This should be a fitting reply to the blind and brainless slaves of the syedna who wholeheartedly support the hunting and killing of animals for sport by the syedna and his family. They have repeatedly asked where it says in the quran that this is a haraam and banned activity, one on which Allah has himself frowned and the Prophet expressed strong displeasure.
Here are some passages I am reproducing from various sources:
Islam and animals
There is not an animal on earth, nor a bird that flies on its wings, but they are communities like you...
Muslims believe that:
all living creatures were made by Allah
Allah loves all animals
animals exist for the benefit of human beings
animals must be treated with kindness and compassion
Muslims are instructed to avoid:
treating animals cruelly
over-working or over-loading animals
hunting animals for sport
hunting for food is permitted if the animals are killed humanely
cutting the mane or tail of a horse
animal fighting as a sport
Using animals is permitted
The Qur'an explicitly states that animals can be used for human benefit.
It is God who provided for you all manner of livestock, that you may ride on some of them and from some you may derive your food. And other uses in them for you to satisfy your heart's desires. It is on them, as on ships, that you make your journeys.
Muhammad and animals
There are many stories and sayings of the Prophet (pbuh) that demonstrate his concern for the welfare of animals.
Once someone travelling with the Prophet took some eggs from a nest, causing the mother bird great grief. The Prophet saw this and told the man to return the eggs.When the Prophet was asked if Allah rewarded acts of charity to animals, he replied: "Yes, there is a reward for acts of charity to every beast alive." The Prophet said "Whoever kills a sparrow or anything bigger than that without a just cause, Allah will hold him accountable on the Day of Judgment." The Prophet explained that a killing would be for a just cause if it was for food.
Although the Qur'an considers humans to occupy the highest place, it nevertheless strongly enjoins Muslims to treat animals with compassion and not to abuse them. The Qur'an states that all creation praises God, even if this praise is not expressed in human language (e.g. see Qur'an 17:44). In verse Qur'an 6:38, the Qur'an applies the term "ummah", generally used to mean "a human religious community", for genera of animals. Encyclopedia of the Quran states that this verse have been "far reaching in its moral and ecological implications."
"There is not an animal (that lives) on the earth, nor a being that flies on its wings, but (forms part of) communities like you. Nothing have we omitted from the Book, and they (all) shall be gathered to their Lord in the end." Qur'an 6:38
Muhammad is reported to have said:"For [charity shown to] each creature which has a wet heart (i.e. is alive), there is a reward." Muhammad opposed recreational hunting saying: "whoever shoots at a living creature for sport is cursed." He is also reported to have said: "There is no man who kills [even] a sparrow or anything smaller, without its deserving it, but Allah will question him about it [on the judgment day]," and "Whoever is kind to the creatures of God, is kind to himself."
Animals live in communities with each other - they are not lesser beings - they will join people with Allah at "the end". Muhammed repeatedly forbade cruelty to animals.
Whoever is kind to the creatures of God is kind to himself (Hadith)
Whoever kills anything bigger than a sparrow without a just cause - Allah will hold him accountable for it (Hadith)
The Prophet (Muhammad) once saw a man sharpening his knife in front of the sheep he was about to kill. He rebuked him saying "Do you intend to make it die two deaths?" (Hadith)
It behoves you to treat animals gently (Hadith)
This general teaching in Islam of care and respect for all creatures, because Allah loves every creatrure He has made, means that in everyday life Muslims have certain established principles:
It is forbidden to be cruel to animals - domestic and farm animals should be treated well: properly fed and housed. Work animals should nver be made to carry excessive loads.
Hunting for sport or pleasure is forbidden.
Hunting for food must be done without deliberate cruelty and with hunting animals (dogs etc.) properly trained and controlled. Any weapons used must be in good condition and never blunt.
Killing animals for human vanity, such as for the fur or ivory trade, is forbidden.
Animal Experiments and Vivisection for cosmetic or luxury goods purposes is forbidden. Any animals killed for research purposes should be killed by halal methods (see below).
Factory Farming is forbidden by Islam. Many animals bred by factory farming methods would be haram for Muslims (see below) because of cruel conditions, and artificial feeding with hormones and chemicals.
From all the above, it should be abundantly clear to any muslim, whether shia, sunni or bohra that HUNTING FOR SPORT IS CONSIDERED AN ACT OF CRUELTY TO ALLAH'S CREATION, HARAAM IN HIS EYES AND PUNISHABLE AFTER DEATH.
It would be excusable if an illiterate and jaahil person were to commit such acts, but the syedna, who claims to be an islamic scholar, a man of peace, and religious leader to 1.5 million Shia's of Ali, hunts and kills elephants, lions, buffaloes, ostriches etc is totally inexcusable and a great sin against Allah!
now let us hear from the brainless fools like frog, pig, africawala, gulf, muizz and other retards what they have to say about their syedna being a criminal in the eyes of Allah. can such a cruel person be fit enough to call himself even a muslim, let alone the religious and spiritual leader of bohras? is this a man of peace or cruelty?
it will be interesting to see what contortions these thugs will perform trying to explain away this one. they have been clamouring since long, even shouting from the rooftops, show us the proof where it is written in quran about not hunting animals, who said so, it is not forbidden and therefore allowed, and so on. Now you have proof beyond any doubt that ALLAH and his Rasool himself have forbidden this and called it Haraam. can u reply?