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Basically in jurisprudence we are concerned with a part by the name of Judgments on Velation or Hijab of men. There we have Questions on: what are duties of men in front of unintimated women In the subject of Hijab. Therefore first point is that In Islam religion we have duties for men in this occasion. Second point is that what is here important and ...


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Yes, it is permissible for spouses to look at each others' 'awrah (private parts), e.g., when totally naked. The Qur'an says that guarding private parts is a general rule that has only two exceptions; wives and right-hand possessions: وَالَّذِينَ هُمْ لِفُرُوجِهِمْ حَافِظُونَ إِلَّا عَلَىٰ أَزْوَاجِهِمْ أَوْ مَا مَلَكَتْ أَيْمَانُهُمْ فَإِنَّهُمْ غَيْرُ ...


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The hadith is reliable since it has its authentic (sahīh, Arabic: صحيح) chains, albeit not through Jami' at-Tirmidhi 1173. To understand where the Islam Q&A article comes from, one has to understand what is involved with this hadith: Matn. The words of the hadith (al-matn, Arabic: المتن) were recorded on multiple occasions in at least seven versions. ...


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All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions, Narrated Bahz bin Hakim: "My father narrated to me from my grandfather, who said: 'I said: "O Messenger of Allah! Regarding our 'Awrah, what of it must we cover and what of it may we leave?" He said: "Protect your 'Awrah ...


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Well there's consensus about that the torso of a man isn't awrah. This is what you will find in any fatwa or fiqh book. For example here (Arabic) where the scholar adds that it's forbidden to a woman to look at it no matter if with lust or without! But the fact that the awrah of a man is only between knees and naval doesn't mean that he could go along half ...


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Sexual intercourse or extreme touching. According to Hanafis, if the skins of a man and a woman touches each other, their wudus are not invalidated(let alone seeing); however, if a woman and a man touches each other while they are naked or if they touch each other with lust without a garment that will prevent them from feeling the heat of their bodies, or ...


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Yes, she can because there is Ijma (consensus) that it is permissible to have intimate relations with slave women, even without marriage, and hence by consensus there is no 'awrah of a slave woman in front of her master هـ, because it follows logically from that permission. This is proven in the Quran, where they are mentioned besides and separately from ...


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Yes, awrah for men should be covered. The same rules apply (loose, opaque, non-conforming to other religions e.g. a t-shirt with a cross on it isn't acceptable). A combination of bias and ignorance are possible reasons for why this isn't happening. I haven't heard people complain about football uniforms even though they clearly violate these guidelines. ...


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according to islamweb.net , The three schools say they are awrah. Abu-Hanifa said they are not. However , men should not look at them . Ibn-Nujaim (a high-level hanafi scholar died 970 AH) said there is no correlation between the feet being not awrah , and the permission to look at them, because the permission to look is to: what is not awrah , and when the ...


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When it comes to the topic of the 'awrah of men scholars hold different positions. Even if the majority seems to agree about one. In the sum there are four or five different views (or different opinions including all details): The 'awrah of men is only the privat parts (buttocks and the private parts in the front) which means that the tighs are not part of ...


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Yes. The Quran commands women to observe hijab from men, other than mahrams, and your relationship is not listed among the mahrams: وقل للمؤمنات يغضضن من أبصارهن ويحفظن فروجهن ولا يبدين زينتهن إلا ما ظهر منها وليضربن بخمرهن على جيوبهن ولا يبدين زينتهن إلا لبعولتهن أو آبائهن أو آباء بعولتهن أو أبنائهن أو أبناء بعولتهن أو إخوانهن أو بني إخوانهن أو بني ...


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Yes, it is obligatory for her to observe the Islamic hijab in your presence since you are not her mahram.


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In the name of God, the Beneficent, Most Merciful All praise is due to God (ﷻ), the Lord of the Worlds. The Beneficent, the Merciful. Master of the Day of Judgement, and God’s Peace and Blessings be upon Muhammad (ﷺ), his family, his noble Companions, and all those who follow them. Your question: Under what conditions can a Muslim woman wears bikini? ...


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To summarize, basically, if it's very hot, you may wear minimal clothing if there are no non-Mehram around at all. You may lie naked in bed (and/or with your spouse, if they agree) as long as whatever covers you may possess are over you, and that's about it. :D


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First of all the hadith you mentioned is among a lot of ahadith which lead to the conclusion that there's a 'awrah between spouses which are all qualified as da'if or worse so one is not recommended to use them as evidence nor to conclude a ruling from them. Another one is that of Sunan ibn Majah (which was compiled by al-Bazzar on the authority of 'Abdullah ...


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On the authority of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) say, “Whosoever of you sees an evil, let him change it with his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then [let him change it] with his tongue; and if he is not able to do so, then with his ...


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That the awrah of women in front of other (Muslim) women is less than their awrah in front of non-mahrams is proven by the Quran itself, because it counts women with the husband and mahrams when making exceptions for Hijab: وقل للمؤمنات ... ولا يبدين زينتهن إلا ... أو نسائهن And tell the believing women to ... not expose their adornment except to ... ...


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As long as any clothing satisfies conditions of dress for salah, there is no issue. For details you may see here.


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The satar must be covered during prayer. For women this is the entire body except face and hands. The cloth must be thick enough that the colour of the skin is not apparent through it. The evidence for covering the satar during prayer is: خذوا زينتكم عند كل مسجد take your adornment at every mosque — Quran 7:31 لا يقبل الله صلاة حائض إلا ...


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First of all , Islam wasn't as binary in its arrival as some people think , it took a long time for people to abandon their pre-Islamic habits , it didn't happen overnight , the female dress was one of them . Now , there existed some references to Arab women's outfits in the pre-Islamic era which , obviously , continued to be the outfit of non-Muslims in the ...


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In presence of a mahram a physician my see what is necessary of the 'awrah of a woman First you must be aware that in presence of a mahram a phyisican is allowed to check a woman. As explained with more details in my answer on Had to show my full arm to a man. This actually sets your argument of a man seeing your wife's privat parts void. I remember the ...


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I assume this test was necessary in that case if you had the possibility to chose whom would take the blood or chose a surgery with only female staff and if a mahram was present everything is fine. This fatwa islamweb #8107 -in Arabic- offers statement of scholars of different fiqh schools here a statement of Izz al-Din ibn 'Abd al-Salam from his 'Qaw'id al-...


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First of all al-Mughni is a book on hanbali fiqh not the Qur'an, so whatever the author says is the interpretation of his fiqh school based on their ijtihad and osol and not necessarily the truth as scholars are not infallible. Nevertheless as you sadly didn't show us the source of the translation I must trust your statement saying: In the english ...


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I don't understand about drawing according to Islam. There are some people argue sunnah and haram. If the image displays an awrah and gives rise to lust, then the law is haram. The drawer gets sin and will continue to grow as people see his work. Basically, it all depends on our intentions. If you intend to read manga to enjoy the plot of his story without ...


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You may uncover when necessary in front of your 9-month old son, but not in front of your 7-year old son. Allah orders us in 24:58 to observe three periods where our children — who have not yet reached puberty, but are aware and can understand what 'awrah is — need to get permission prior to being admitted to our attendance: Before the fajr prayer During ...


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First of all you could even perform wudu' naked (for example while performing ghusl) and it won't invalidate your wudu'. (See Which things break the wudu?) As exposing the 'awrah doesn't invalidate wudu', but might be considered as a sin if done intentionally. If anybody (non-Mahram) is looking at you while you do so intentionally he/she might be sining ...


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To answer the Question we need to take a deep look at the Isnad (Narrator Chain) of this hadith, as some scholars (a-Shafi'i and abu Hanifa) consider the content as valid based on ahadith such as the one of ibn 'Abbas and the quotes of some sahaba and tabi'yn from Sahih al-Bukhari while the hadith al-Bukhari quotes suggests that the thigh actually is not '...


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Shia perspective: (as you added Shiism tag, it demonstrates you are looking for Shi’I answer(s)) As much as I researched, wearing common sport short in normal way (for men) doesn’t seem to be haram (forbidden) in a common situation (e.g. wearing usual sport short in soccer). But AFAIK there seems to be sin as an impermissible practice in wearing very short/...


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