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You can not touch a non-mahram. ولا يحل له أن يمس وجهها ولا كفيها وإن كان يأمن الشهوة It is not permitted to (even) touch the face or the hand (of a non-mahram) even when there is safety from lust — الهداية في شرح بداية المبتدي [English] This is because Allah has forbidden even looking at them and touching is more intimate than looking. فاسألوهن من وراء ...


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Sheikh Hor Ameli, Mohammad bin Hasan, Vasael Al Shia, V20, pg190, AlalBait institute, Qom, First Edition, 1409(lunar)


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I'll assume this question is about men looking at uncovered women; rulings for women looking at uncovered women are different. Basically it boils down to the ayah: Tell the believing men to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts. That is purer for them. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with what they do. Qur'an 24:30 (Which is ...


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Basically, even the people holding the opinion that it isn't allowed to touch a non-mahram woman, would allow you to do so in situations where a life is on the stake. According to this answer: Also, Islam is a practical religion; it recognizes daroorah, or dire necessity caused by situations that may lead to death. In this case, the ruling is lightened (...


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The answer somehow depends on your behavior and your intention in a chat room. Basically one is allowed to greet a non-Mahram and make any thing which falls under necessary parts of conversation with him/her. So if you are chatting to seek knowledge or exchange some information etc. then everything is fine and following the rules of shari'a. But once you ...


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In these three (95577, 11774 and 21536) fatwas from islamqa the author or mufti tries to proove that covering the face is the correct view of Islam. However one could find ahadith and Quran rulings that clearly oppose this view or at least don't support it. I'd like to add that instead of starting with a sahih narration or a Quran verse the argumentation ...


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At least in a public place that would be OK to some extent: in an Islamic country greeting and what we may call necessary part of a conversation would be permissible. For example if it's a business lunch or dinner a conversation about the business would be necessary. If it's just a lunch between friends, i can't imagine that in any so called Islamic ...


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Source: https://islamqa.info/en/113996 Summary in brief: Speaking with a non-mahram is permissible Talk only what is necessary Don't aim to entertain the lady Keep the gaze down Use the normal tone of speech Be clear and quick. It is the intention of the conversation that matters a lot.If your mind is clean, then your actions will also be clean.


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My advice would be to follow your instincts - if it feels wrong, then it feels as such for a reason. I do not think (as has been suggested) that your conversation need be devoid of "fun", though others should know where you stand, and all inappropriate matters/conversation ought to be ended swiftly. I agree that the rules in the previous post are sensible, ...


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Emergencies result in relaxation or altogether abandonments of normal circumstance applications. A drowning person can not be let drowned for the reason of avoiding touching a Na-Mehram. It would simply be insane to observe such things in an emergency. Islam, As per Qura'an and several Ahadith--is a logical, rational and easy to practice religion: attending ...


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In GENERAL: Islam has many barriers...as long as you are within those barriers then you are good to go! Though distancing yourself away from those barriers would be better... as its some sort of ورع. Specifically to your question: The barrier is to not: Touch a non-mahram Have any sort of lust for the non-mahram...or if you do by nature... just not to ...


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If there was a woman around who could do abdominal thrusts/CPR then you shouldn't. BUT if there wasn't another woman around then it was perfectly fine for you to do so (as long as you "touch" only as much as needed and no more than that).. inshaAllah. Allah (ﷻ) has always given exception to dire situations, saying "except for one is forced" etc.. [eg, in Qur'...


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The hadith is quoted in both sahihs (al-Bukari and Muslim) Let's start by quoting the ahadith prohibiting what scholars call "Khulwa or Khulwah": Ibn 'Umar narrated: " 'Umar delivered a Khutbah to us at Al-Jabiyah. He said: 'O you people! Indeed I have stood among you as the Messenger of Allah(s.a.w) stood among us, and he said: "I order you (to stick ...


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No, he can't be with her alone unless some other person mahram to her is present - like a brother or her kids. If their kids are present, then there is no need for you to be there.


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The short answer is a clear and undisputed no. As already explained in the response by UmH, this is because even looking at non-mahram women is not allowed. Beyond even the obvious evidence of the subject, I will show you a hadith narrated of the Prophet (SAW) regarding a very similar situation as yours: Allah's Messenger (SAW) said: Beware of getting, ...


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Its permitted for the man to send someone else to see her on his behalf and then describe her to him, a blind man can take this option. This intermediary is either a woman relative of him or a mahram relative of woman.


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The prayer of a woman does not invalidate if a man see her, even if they are non-mahrams. However, it is forbidden for a non-mahram to enter to women in their own places because of fear of Temptation [Fitnah] except for extreme needs.


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Allah the almighty says: Prohibited to you [for marriage] are ... your brother's daughters, your sister's daughters, .... (4:23) This means your paternal uncle is a mahram and you can therefore join him and His family to perform 'Umrah if your guardian (father, husband …) allows you to do this sunnah. See also in the fatwa islamqa #316: The ulamaa ...


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According to Saudi law: Women over the age of forty-five (45) may travel without a Mahram with an organized group, They must, however submits a no objection letter from her husband, son or brother authorizing her to travel for Hajj with the named group. This letter should be notarized. Perhaps a notarised letter from her local masjid pointing out the ...


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thank you for your question brother, to simplify, you asked is marrying two wives who are sisters haram (impermissible) or not in islam. My answer is that in islam it is not permissible to marry two wives who are sisters in islam mainly because it would create jealousy and problems, etc. Neverthless, the islamic ruling is that it is haram and it is not ...


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Provided you are not alone with them then it is permitted for you to sit with your sisters in law if they are wearing a headscarf and dressed modestly. But you should guard against sin and lower your gaze, especially if you are attracted to one of them. Modesty falls equally on men and women and you must observe hijab. If you are unable to resist ...


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If there is not any kind of fitna and a good intention, there is nothing wrong to look into a face of a woman in public place such as hospital, if it is necessarily and short. But it is better not to look at all as it might create an uncomfortable situation. It is better always to lower your gaze. There is a hadith which is telling that a woman should be ...


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Maybe you should add the following: Are among these children male children (maybe the age?). Basically after divorce husband and wife are foreigners (non-mahrams) and shouldn't be alone in a room. In presence of a male "mahram" (for example a son of the woman) they might be allowed to meet or in some circumstances they might meet in public. But ...


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It's forbidden for non-mahram men and women to be alone together (khulwah). However, the question is if being alone in a taxi constitutes khulwah given that people can see inside taxis. There's a difference of opinion (see below). SeekersHub (Hanafi) write: As a taxi driver, it is permissible for you to take a female customer, based on the following ...


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The concept of Mahram in Islam applies to two or more persons of opposite sex. Generally, mahram of opposite sex who are prohibited to marry each other by the Nobel Quran mainly because of blood or marriage relationship. daughter vs brother- father, grandfather, uncle etc. son with mother, aunt, grandfather etc. The marriage prohibition law is also found ...


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A 'mahram' in the marriage context , refers to being "permanently unmarriageable". so the husband's brother is not mahram to his brother's wife even-though the marriage between them is haram and invalid (because they are only conditionally unmarriageable ) . Also mahram refers to one of the men a woman should travel with, and that she can be with without ...


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Zina , that needs 4 witnesses and is punishable with "Hadd" punishment , is the penetration. Other than that : it Haram , and it's degree of 'Haram' differs from one action to another. They are called : "things that lead to Zina" , which are for example : touching with sexual lust(desire) , looking with sexual lust .. and so on. see : https://islamqa.info/...


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The reason is the same, it is to be on a safer side from falling prone to... 'falling prone to' sin. The more cautious you are, the more safer it is. And if you find it strange and confused, then it is your culture which made you get accustomed with such a thing. But, for a girl who wishes to be on a safer side, she prefers to the follow rules. May the ...


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For your particular case, I think I can put forward this verse, And tell the believing women to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal sexual acts, etc.) and not to show off their adornment except only that which is apparent (like palms of hands or one eye or both eyes for necessity to see the ...


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