The story of how the abaya came to Islam is that one of the sahaba suggested that it would be more appropriate if women wore the traditional clothing of their time. Allah then decreed it so in the Quran. We can conclude that the religious clothing was already there before it was required for women to wear - the clothing did come from tradition. However, ...
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This issue is delicate, and has doubt in it that how and to which level ,a man may imitate a woman,only then it is prohibited? actually there is no fine line to clear this point.
There is crystal clear hadith about this point:
It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him)
said: The Messenger of Allaah (...
This might seem like a big deal from afar but from personal experience it is rarely an issue.
Consider the following distinguishing features:
purses or other paraphernalia
patterns/markings on their dress
And in the event of mistaken identity, the lady will make it clear by moving away or through lack of ...
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 ...
Scholars agree that there is nothing wrong in wearing a tie. Indeed on one hand we are told by prophet Muhammad NOT to imitate the Kuffar, but not in case of clothes (in most cases).
And we should know that the origin of Tie is from Bosnia, and NOT from any religion or any western culture. So it can in no way be attached to identitfy of West. Western ...
The answer is in Surah Noor (emphasis mine):
O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the
believers to bring down over themselves [part] of their outer
garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be
abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful. Surah Noor, verse
This is a clear indication about ...
There is nothing wrong wearing a tie according to Islam. Wearing tie can not be considered as "imitating kuffar" as the imitation has to be something that is a distinguishing factor of some religion. e.g. a clerical collar of a priest or cross. A person wearing this collar or cross signifies that he is a Christian.
The awrah of a woman infront of other women is the area from the navel to the knees:
According to the Hanafi, Hidayah:
A woman is permitted to look at any part of another except from under
the navel to the knee. This is according to one tradition of Haneefa ;
but according to another tradition, the looking of one woman at
another of her sex, is the ...
A wife is strongly encouraged to dress in a way that pleases her husband sexually. IslamWeb explains it's permissible in front of her husband:
A woman is allowed to wear whatever clothes she wishes, even if tight, transparent, or revealing, and there is no harm in that as long as such clothes are worn in front of her husband only and it is not ...
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 ...
Nothing mentions in the Quran. The only hadith that's allegedly from the Prophet, clearly mentioning of wearing clothes of the opposite sex, is in Musnad Ahmed and Sunan Abu Dawud, from Abu Hurairah's words:
أَنَّ رَسُولَ اللَّهِ لَعَنَ الرَّجُلَ يَلْبَسُ لُبْسَةَ الْمَرْأَةِ، وَالْمَرْأَةَ تَلْبَسُ لُبْسَةَ الرَّجُلِ
The Messenger of Allah cursed the ...
While it is NOT a part of the core principles of Islam that you must maintain beard to be or stay Muslim, it is highly recommended part of the attire of a Muslim male.
To some school of jurisdiction, (e.g. Hanafi), it is obligatory, but not part of the basic believes as I mentioned earlier. Hence, dropping it intentionally is considered a sin. But, still ...
First this hadith:
"The part of an Izar which hangs below the ankles is in the Fire." مَا أَسْفَلَ مِنَ الْكَعْبَيْنِ مِنَ الإِزَارِ فَفِي النَّارِ
is speaking about clothes such as trousers, dejllabas, the covers worn by pilgrims (for hajj) etc. which are long and loose types of clothing (Izar). Socks are not even meant in this hadith, see also this ...
In the Quran, Surah An-Nur(24:58), Allah says:
'O you who have believed, let those whom your right hands possess and
those who have not [yet] reached puberty among you ask permission of
you [before entering] at three times: before the dawn prayer and when
you put aside your clothing [for rest] at noon and after the night
prayer. [These are] three ...
What you wear outside the house is irrelevant as long as it is according to the rules of shari'a (which means she should try to hide all of her body except with hands and face - this is the view on which there is consensus, some scholars may allow he to show her feet while others may ask her to hide her face too, but those are matters of fiqh or scholarly ...
Basically a Muslim is not allowed to live under non-Muslim leadership unless he has some reasons to do so (among these valid reasons you may find: work, trade, studies).
Secondly there's no harm (for a Muslim) in following the rules made by a non-Muslim government if they don't ask him to do something haram. Else a Muslim must consider leaving this country ...
In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful
Briefly speaking, as the answer of your query as you asked:
Is wearing pants and shirts allowed?
According to the verdicts of almost all Maraaje’-Taqlid of Shia, it is not permissible to wear the mentioned types of clothes. For instance, you can see some of those verdicts in the following ...
The best explanation and practice of those Quranic ayaat was done by Rasulullah himself.
There's no authentic hadith, not a single one, from the Prophet Mohammed commanding women to cover their faces. And there are several Sahih narrations telling us the women had their faces uncovered outside of their homes in front of non-mahram men while the Prophet ...
No, Changing the clothes with or without towel does not break the wudu. As stated in a similar topic on this link
Many amongest the public believe that unveiling one's own knees or Sitr (private part of body below navel up to knees) or looking at one's own or someone else's knees or Sitr nullifies Wudu; this is a wrong concept. However, to keep the Sitr ...
We're defining things according to the Arabic language since Quran is in Arabic and not in English.
"Zeenah" comes from "za ya nun" literally means to add to something and make its appearance look beautiful. Like a decoration or adornment.
Allah uses the word "zeenah" for several different things in the Quran. So it matters on the context of the usage....
According to Hafiz Salahuddin Yusuf's commentary on Riyadh al-Saliheen, dibaj (translated in your case as "brocade") refers to a particular kind of silk cloth, but there are different opinions as to exactly what it is. He lists the following two:
A thick silk cloth, differentiated from normal silk cloth due to its weight.
A blended fabric, which contains ...
There is absolutely no harm if one recites the Glorious Quran while wearing his shoes, whether from memory or reading from a book. If the shoes are pure from being in contact with impurities, it is permissible to even offer one’s prayer while wearing them.
It is haram to touch the Quran without wudu. The centrality of sound ...
عن ابن عباس رضي الله عنهما قال: لعن رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم المتشبهين من الرجال بالنساء، والمتشبهات من النساء بالرجال. صحيح البخاري.
Narrated by Ibn Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him: The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him cursed from the men who imitate women, and from women who imitate men. Sahih Bukhari.
This is a crystal clear evidence ...
Islam specifies an abstract minimum level of clothing for men and women - the actual concrete dress forms are tied to a local culture, not the religion itself. There is nothing inherently "Islamic" about Muslim clothing other than it conforms to that guidance. So no, there is nothing disrespectful at all about wearing clothing that is found in Muslim lands.
You need to understand the historical context of this. During the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), dresses that dragged on the ground were generally worn by the pagan and so-called Christian royalty, a fact that is in much evident in every historical movie e.g. Cleopatra, etc. etc. Even today, Western brides may wear such tails generally carried by ...
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?
Look for a burkini that doesn't project (literally and figuratively) the women's beauties.
Additionally one can go and swim in remote areas. That's what most women in my family do. Being a Muslims I've realized that overtime, life will get easier. It's just the first 100 years that are difficult :|
My gag is in direct reference to:
From Imam Kadhim:
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 ...
The most accepted opinion is that images are haram, especially when it involves designs of creations which do not exist in real life as if it is a challenge to the designs of Allah - and on Judgment Day, they will be commanded to give life to these designs they made, yet of course it is impossible. There are various ahadith on this, but I will choose the ...