Malaysian actor Fizo Omar is chiming in on the viral issue of a man who had apparently abused his power against his wife just because he doesn’t support the Covid-19 vaccination.
Fizo took to his IG recently to share a screenshot of a WhatsApp conversation from a woman who was wary of her marital status, after her husband said that he would divorce her if she were to take the Covid-19 vaccine.
It’s understood that the woman had quietly taken the vaccine, and proceeded to ask for a religious scholar’s opinions on her status as a wife after her hubs decided to divorce her. In sharing his two cents about the issue, Fizo (full name Wan Hafizol Wan Omar) appeared to condemn the actions made by the woman’s husband and feels that the man had abused his status as the man in the family.
“If it’s true that there is a husband like this out there, I can’t just simply touch on this law. But as a man, you’re abusing your role as a husband, bro,” the hunky model-turned-actor wrote on his caption. “Even if you are anti-vaccine, it’s not to the point of divorcing your own wife, bro.”
Fizo also added that he had sought for views from an ustaz as well as the religious department on the matter. The “Hero Remaja” alum said, “Vaccination is not forced, and the individuals are entitled to their opinion. But I once asked the ‘ustaz’, if we don’t want to take the vaccine, and our decision ended up causing harm to others, it is deemed as ‘haram’ (forbidden). That’s what I was told.'”
The 36-year-old celeb continued by writing, “The question is, why does this anti-vaccine issue still exist? If you remember, since we were born, several types of vaccines have been injected into our bodies to build our immunity. God intends for us to have a healthy life.”
“Allah SWT loves to see His servants work hard and strive in facing life’s trials. We do our part, the rest we leave it to Allah, the best planner!” Fizo concluded his long post.
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