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Exemption Letter (Forced Vaccination)

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Nowadays many colleges/universities and employers are asking for covid 19 vaccination for enrollment / employment. Many families will have to choose between taking the vaccine and keep their job or to not take the vaccine and not be able to provide for their families. This is zhulm on so many levels that I find it unbelievable that there has not been a single Muslim community raising their voice against this zhulm on vaccine free people

I was hoping in this thread that we can help each other to write a religious / philosophical or medical exemption letter for the forced vaccinations.

Even better if some reverend (sheikh) could assist you write religious exemption letter. One letter from your reverend and one personal letter explaining how vaccination goes against your religious beliefs.

 

 

 

 

Civil Rights act of 1964:

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the law that prevents employers from discriminating against an employee on the basis of their religion/religious beliefs/religious practices.

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (2021) Resolution 2361 7.3:

7.3.1. ensure that citizens are informed that the vaccination is not mandatory and that no one is under political, social or other pressure to be vaccinated if they do not wish to do so.

 

7.3.2. ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated, due to possible health risks or not wanting to be vaccinated.

 

Nuremberg code: (1947)

1. The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.

This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision. This latter element requires that before the acceptance of an affirmative decision by the experimental subject there should be made known to him the nature, duration, and purpose of the experiment; the method and means by which it is to be conducted; all inconveniences and hazards reasonably to be expected; and the effects upon his health or person which may possibly come from his participation in the experiment.

UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966) Article 7:

No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. In particular, no one shall be subjected without his free consent to medical or scientific experimentation.

Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Dignity of the Human Being with regard to the Application of Biology and Medicine: Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine (1997) Article 5:

An intervention in the health field may only be carried out after the person concerned has
given free and informed consent to it. This person shall beforehand be given appropriate information as to the purpose and nature of the intervention as well as on its consequences and risks.

 

UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005) Article 6.1:

Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice.

The World Medical Association International Code of Medical Ethics:

A physician shall: Respect a competent patient’s right to accept or refuse treatment.

The Medical Protection Society:

Respect for patients’ autonomy is expressed in consent law; to impose care or treatment on people without respecting their wishes and right to self-determination is not only unethical, but illegal.

 

 

https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/section-12-religious-discrimination#_ftnref226

https://assembly.coe.int/nw/xml/XRef/Xref-XML2HTML-EN.asp?fileid=29004

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_Code

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/CCPR.aspx

https://rm.coe.int/CoERMPublicCommonSearchServices/DisplayDCTMContent?documentId=090000168007cf98

http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID%3D31058%26URL_DO%3DDO_TOPIC%26URL_SECTION%3D201.html

https://www.wma.net/policies-post/wma-international-code-of-medical-ethics/

https://www.medicalprotection.org/uk/articles/consent-uk

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Religious Exemption Letter Example:

I am a practicing and devote Muslim who believes in the teachings of Quran and an overall Islamic world view. I am objecting the COVID-19 vaccination, because my body is sacred and created in the best form by my God, and as such, any action defiling my body goes against the principles laid out in (Quran 95:4)

With my faith, I have a responsibility to protect myself and my family from unclean food, medicine, injections or other harmful foreign substances. The COVID-19 vaccines contain foreign DNA, chemical wastes and many other hazardous substances that are unnatural and less than ideal for the body. Not only is the foreign DNA contained in the vaccines unclean, it is unconscionably procured through the usage of aborted babies, as all major COVID-19 vaccines used cells derived from aborted babies during testing and development of their vaccines. Usage of unclean and toxic ingredients is forbidden in my religion. Abortion and everything derived from abortion is strictly forbidden in my religion and goes against the principles of my faith (Quran 5:32) which states that all life is sacred.

As such the COVID-19 vaccines are clearly unclean and cannot be used, regardless of the law of man, the law of God is paramount. I believe in and follow God and the principles laid out in His Word and I have a deeply held belief that the COVID-19 vaccines violate the laws of God.

 

 

You can also add this to the above if you want:

I am writing to formally and respectfully apply for a religious exemption to the (name of
organization) Covid-19 vaccination policy that requires that all employees (or students)
show proof of vaccination in order to (attend in-person school or stay employed).
I base my request on religious grounds. I hold sincere and genuine beliefs that forbid me
from accepting a COVID-19 vaccination.

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, an employer must not discriminate against an
employee on the basis of that employee’s sincerely held religious beliefs. Religious
discrimination involves treating a person (an applicant or employee) unfavourably
because of his or her religious beliefs. As you know, the law protects not only people who
belong to traditional, organized religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism,
Islam, and Judaism, but also others who have sincerely held religious beliefs.

I ask that this be shared on an as-needed basis only; that is, only those charged with
approving the exemption request should read our words.

The above is an explanation of my sincerely held personal religious beliefs. I hope I have
described them sufficiently. Again, these thoughts are the unique message I receive from my
God. I don’t ask that you, or anyone else, agree with these thoughts and personal translations.
But under the law, I respectfully request that they be honored as truthful and legally permissible. Based on what I have shared, I ask this religious exemption be approved.

 

 

Sources that might help you write exemption letter (The ones I found, there are many other):

https://ca.childrenshealthdefense.org/wp-content/uploads/Drafting-a-Religious-Exemption-Ltr-webfinal.pdf

https://awakenny.wordpress.com/2021/06/26/how-to-write-a-religious-exemption-letter/

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20 hours ago, notme said:

I hope you also don't eat processed foods or breathe near highways or factories or drink bottled or tap water or ever take medicine of any type. 

I appreciate your concern, but I don't recall being forced to eat processed food, breathe near highways or drink tap water.
Maybe you can save your efforts and help me write an exemption letter for those who don't support this zhulm and forced medication.

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21 hours ago, notme said:

I hope you also don't eat processed foods or breathe near highways or factories or drink bottled or tap water or ever take medicine of any type. 

You know, I kind of see their point. I took the vaccine, so don't go telling me I'm in an anti-vax cult. I see there's two cults. A pro-vax cult, and an anti-vax cult. Both sides should not exist, we should be able to respectfully discuss the dangers and the benefits of these vaccines.

Anyway, that's besides the point. Let me start by saying if you take the vaccine you're only harming yourself and no one else around you. There's been rumors going around that the vaccine will stop the spread of the virus. That is completely untrue and is confirmed by the same scientists who developed the vaccines. If you're vaccinated, you have the same chance of catching and spreading the virus as someone unvaccinated. The only thing the vaccine does is reduce symptoms.

With that said, why deny someone access to services if they're unvaccinated? If we've already determined the vaccine does nothing to stop the spread of the virus and only helps to reduce symptoms when you catch it, what is the point? If I had a choice of being in the same room as a group of unvaccinated people who were confirmed to not have the virus vs a group of vaccinated individuals who have an unknown COVID status, 10 times out of 10 I'd choose the former option.

This whole spiel is about being petty and denying societal access to those who don't want to comply with governmental policies. If the vaccine actually could stop the spread of the virus, this would be a whole different story and I'd agree with those that say anti-vaxxers are selfish. But, that is not the case.

A very big brainwashing campaign indeed, on both sides of the story. You're either with or against.

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1 hour ago, slavelight said:

I appreciate your concern, but I don't recall being forced to eat processed food, breathe near highways or drink tap water.

Were you born in a hospital? Were you ever fed or medicated by your parents? That's forced. 

And if you're putting all those unknowns into your body, it is hypocrisy to claim you don't want to be vaccinated because you don't know what's in it. Probably you're just scared. It's not that bad. My six year old got his vaccination and didn't even cry. 

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23 hours ago, slavelight said:

I am a practicing and devote Muslim who believes in the teachings of Quran and an overall Islamic world view. I am objecting the COVID-19 vaccination, because my body is sacred and created in the best form by my God, and as such, any action defiling my body goes against the principles laid out in (Quran 95:4)

 

With my faith, I have a responsibility to protect myself and my family from unclean food, medicine, injections or other harmful foreign substances. The COVID-19 vaccines contain foreign DNA, chemical wastes and many other hazardous substances that are unnatural and less than ideal for the body. Not only is the foreign DNA contained in the vaccines unclean, it is unconscionably procured through the usage of aborted babies, as all major COVID-19 vaccines used cells derived from aborted babies during testing and development of their vaccines. Usage of unclean and toxic ingredients is forbidden in my religion. Abortion and everything derived from abortion is strictly forbidden in my religion and goes against the principles of my faith (Quran 5:32) which states that all life is sacred.

Because this itself is not good reason to not take a vaccine when your life is in potential danger and risk and there is no other possibilities. You don't force this mentality to others because it is not valid one. If you care about others and your family, then you will see what is the best solution even if it is need to take the haram vaccine, if that is only available option.

As for forcing vaccination for people, yes that is surely wrong. The problem is that there are many people who don't care about others and the simplest rules so they will easily spread the virus. What goverment should have done is to strictly monitor and limit unnessery things but that too takes much resource and money. So they ended up to easiest and cheapest solution, to recommend and even forcelly vaccinate the majority people, so they can survive economically and have lesser causalities. 

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Wearing a seat belt while in a vehicle is just as oppressive. 

It's dishonest to claim that the vaccine is forbidden by Islam. If a person were sincere in their beliefs, they would not need to lie. They would just break the unjust law and accept the consequences. It's called civil disobedience, and it's an effective tactic for change. 

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Please don't reply to my thread unless you have something helpful to add (there are many other threads where we can take ur discussion).

I created this thread to help the members who want to stay vaccine free write Exemption Letters. They shouldn't feel compelled taking medications they don't want. They have the right to not consent and shouldn't be discriminated because of their choice.

There are legal ways to be exempted from mandatory vaccination, some are covered above in my 1st & 2nd post. If other members or guests readers knows more please feel free to add your inputs.

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4 hours ago, Abu Nur said:

What goverment should have done is to strictly monitor and limit unnessery things but that too takes much resource and money.

The reason they could not do this is because the people who are anti-vaccine are also anti-mask and anti-social distancing.

In fact all they want to do is to carry on as normal.

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1 hour ago, slavelight said:

I created this thread to help the members who want to stay vaccine free write Exemption Letters.

Thereby helping kill believers. Thread locked. Any more like this and you're banned.

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Following a personal message about this topic I gave the following reply. Am posting parts of it here that don't relate specifically to the individual concerned, in the interests of transparency.

We take a very strong stance against posts that may be considered to promote terrorism and in my personal view vaccine hesitancy has caused far more deaths and there should be even less tolerance.

The only reason we have not taken a stricter stance is because various sections of the western population support vaccine hesitancy and as a result such messages are allowed in mainstream media therefore: 

having a limited amount of anti-vaccine posts on these forums is ok, in order to help vaccinate forum visitors against vaccine hesitancy. 

However there comes a point where too many anti-vaccine messages risk promoting the anti-vaccine agenda.

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