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The Prophet SAAWS strictly prohibited the drawing of beings with souls; there are many hadiths in Bukhari and Muslim to support this. Most people believe this commandment came after the angel Jibrael said he would meet the Prophet but then did not show up. Later, Aisha found a puppy hiding in their house and made it go away. Following this, the angel ...


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I found several other fatwas listing a different opinion on the issue. Some key arguments, 1) 3d objects(statues) are strongly disallowed but 2d images are ONLY detestable. Muslim has also reported from 'Aisha that she said, "We had a curtain with the figure of a bird on it. When the Messenger of Allah (peace be on him) entered the house, he saw it right ...


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This is partial answer just addressing the first part of your question. I am aware that the prophets may not be depicted in art work This is the mainstream tradition of Islam; there is no direct Surat in the Qu'ran that supports this - that is mentions both image and prophet; however there is one that solely mentions image: And the people of Moses ...


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According to many hadiths in Sahih Muslim, it is clearly forbidden, so it is haram. You can see them here. According to Quran, there is no mention about paint, painting or painters. You can search the word "paint" in the same link I gave with any English Translation. Here is the result, nothing. I also checked in the Turkish Translation of Quran, there is ...


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Most scholars have said that making images was permitted for the previous nations and is not permitted to us. This can be found in the Tafsirs of the related verse: يعملون له ما يشاء من محاريب وتماثيل وجفان كالجواب وقدور راسيات They made for him what he willed of elevated chambers, statues, bowls like reservoirs, and stationary kettles. — ...


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It depends on if what you draw is used as objects of worship by other religions or not. Also depends on which scholar or Marja you follow for Islamic laws. It is forbidden to make a complete statue or sculpture of a living being. However, there is no problem in buying or selling pictures of such statues or sculptures, even though it is Makrooh. ...


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No it, is not ok to draw living creatures just for art or for any other reasons, as it has been narrated in it's forbidden. But if you want to or must draw art, then you can draw like trees or the sky or rocks or buildings etc, as long it is not creature like human or animal. كل مصور في النار يجعل له بكل صورة صورها نفس فيعذبه في جهنم‏"‏ قال ابن عباس‏:...


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No this is not true, the drawing of people (or any other animate things like animals) is not allowed whether you cover them or not. As it has been authentically narrated in regards to those who draw/paint such, that they will be in the hell fire, Source.


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Assalaamu alaikum warehmatullahi wabarakatuhu, In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful There seems to be two issues, but regarding your issue:- Abû Talhah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “The angels do not enter a house wherein there is a dog or images representing (people or animals).” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (3225) and ...


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It's considered haram (see e.g. IslamWeb) because of hadith such as the following: ... "The makers of these pictures will be punished on the Day of Resurrection and it will be said to them, 'Make alive what you have created.' Moreover, the angels do not enter a house where there are pictures.'" Sahih al-Bukhari 5957 This need to be balanced with the ...


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I answered most of this here: Why is drawing animate objects haram? There's not going to be "the" ruling, but a variety of rulings. Inspecting online fatawa for rulings, I found the following: Sunni, Hanbali; Salafi movement These ahaadeeth indicate that pictures of animate beings are haraam, whether they are humans or other creatures, whether they are ...


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According to the majority of the scholars, it is permissible to draw anything that is non-living and does not have a soul. لا بأس بتصوير الأشياء التي يصنعها البشر، كصورة المنزل والسيارة والسفينة والمسجد وغير ذلك اتفاقا There is nothing wrong with making images of things that are made by man, such as homes, cars, ships or mosques etc. This is agreed ...


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Please note that Islam.SE is not for seeking judgement on which viewpoint is correct. The view that images are permitted (as long as they are not worshiped) has been held by some factions since classical times and they cited various evidence and arguments for it; and various refutations were made against them. However the passage you quoted does not cite ...


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In the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind. Answer: Your question: am I allowed to draw human organs or characteristics like a heart or talking? Yes, you can draw any unanimated things, because ”Narrated Abdullah ibn 'Umar (d. 73H) radiallahu 'anhu: God’s Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam said, "Those who make these images (suwar) will ...


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The key word in this verse is بإذن الله (by permission of Allah). Allah (ﷻ) gave him permission to sculpt it and then He Himself caused the clay bird to come to life. -- Does Allah (ﷻ) put life into any of the sculptures that anyone else creates from clay? No. He actually reprimands it and challenges them to bring life into it themselves [after they were not ...


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I feel like this is mostly answered by my answer to What is the ruling for making images? Basically, the ruling depends on which scholar you ask. Among several views, the most cautious view is that it's forbidden: Islam Q&A: These ahaadeeth indicate that pictures of animate beings are haraam, whether they are humans or other creatures, whether they ...


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Today there are a number of Islamic illustrated books and animated cartoons on the market for children. Due to the prohibition of image making in Islamic Law, people have differing opinions about how to approach these media. A breakdown of the ruling on pictures and figurines in accordance with the 4 preponderant schools of jurisprudence (Hanafi, Maliki, ...


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In Islam, the concept of God is that he is the Creator of all creations and nothing came before him. He is not human, man, creature or any other creation and so there is no physical image to draw him into. "...There is nothing that resembles him, and He is the Hearing, the Seeing..." (Ash-Shuraa 42:11) So as Muslims we draw it in Arabic text or ...


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Shirk is the: sin of practising idolatry or polytheism That is setting up partners to Allah. This does not have to take material form, but it may; it's for this reason that in Islam the human form is generally not represented; or other forms; for example in sura Al-R'af - the Heights: 7.148: The people of Moses made, in his absence, out of their ...


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IN THE NAME OF ALLAH Drawing faces is haram and forbidden, but I would like to know if I can draw parts? On the whole, “drawing the face is not impermissible”,“but making sculpture of human and animal completely is not permissible based on Mashhood… Wallaho A’lamo (And God knows best). Consequently, probably, drawing the parts which you named can be ...


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روي عن أبي هريرة قال : قال رسول الله { صلى الله عليه وسلم : أتاني جبريل ، فقال : أتيتك البارحة ، فلم يمنعني أن أكون دخلت إلا أنه كان على الباب تماثيل ، وكان في البيت ستر فيه تماثيل ، وكان في البيت كلب ، فمر برأس التمثال الذي على الباب فيقطع ، فيصير كهيئة الشجر ، ومر بالستر فلتقطع منه وسادتان منبوذتان يوطآن ، ومر بالكلب فليخرج . ففعل رسول الله صلى الله عليه ...


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