Ahmed Karima supports the president’s jurisprudential decision: Excess bread in the countryside is made from a forbidden drink

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Ahmed Alaa


Posted on: Thursday, August 5, 2021 – 12:31 AM | Last update: Thursday, August 5, 2021 – 1:10 AM

Dr. Ahmed Karima, professor of Islamic law at Al-Azhar University, praised President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s decision to move the state towards increasing the price of a loaf of bread.

He said during his meeting with the program “With All Quietly” on the “Al-Hadath Al-Youm” screen, on Wednesday evening, that the price of bread in Egypt is unparalleled in the world, expressing his full support for this decision, which he described as “correct and objective.”

Jurisprudentially, Karima clarified that the actions of the guardian or ruler are dependent on the interest, and continued: “Where the interest is, then God’s law.. the president has his institutions and monitoring and oversight bodies.. it is time to correct the path of wasting people’s money in support that does not really reach the purpose for which it is intended.” .

He added that this support goes to feed poultry and animals, stressing that the carts roam the rural areas and collect the moldy bread thrown in homes and buy it, to make a forbidden drink of it, which is ice cream.

On Tuesday, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi confirmed that the state was about to increase the price of a loaf of bread, saying during his speech at the opening of the Silo Foods Industrial City in Sadat City: “It is time to increase the price of a loaf of bread. It is impossible for the price of 20 loaves to be equal to a cigarette.”

He added that he will bear the responsibility for raising the price of a loaf of bread, and will not leave the matter to the government alone, denouncing the fact that the price of a loaf of bread has been fixed for 30 years.







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