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  • #16
    Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Ok, I just cancelled my order because everyone says the shirt is bad.
    Well done.
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    • #17
      Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

      Okay, what about these shirts?


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      • #18
        Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

        The top one is nice. :up:
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        • #19
          Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

          those r better cos it doesnt hav Allah's name, so its not quite so bad

          inside out i stil dnt think u can take that in toilet, cos dnt make alot of diference?
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          • #20
            Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

            Originally posted by the_middle_road View Post
            :wswrwb:

            It has the name of Allah on it. Would feel quite wrong going to the toilet wearing that. :/
            Yeah...my grandma gave me a beautiful gold necklace with Allah written on it...I told myself I will take it off every time I reach the washroom.
            Didn't happen....astughfarAllah
            I forgot one too many times...:( Its pointless to wear these things. I was even thinking of getting one of my blank shirts done professionally custom made saying "I am not afraid to stand alone" on the front and on the back "If Allah is by my side"
            Hey...........we all gotta go potty.
            I'd be annoying to take it off and on every time we need to go. And if you have a fast metabolism like me then you'll be goin' a lot.
            Great Dawah I agree...but you'll always have your ignorant close minded people who will insult us and spread their word.
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            • #21
              Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

              salaam in arabic would be cool, if they do it nicely and on the back it says peace.

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              • #22
                Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                you know, you can wear whatever you like, why would anyone object and if they do, that is their problem

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                • #23
                  Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                  Originally posted by bushbaby View Post
                  you know, you can wear whatever you like, why would anyone object and if they do, that is their problem
                  Weeeeeeeeeell...bro wolfn asked us a Question and we gave him our opinions. He can do whatever he wants to do, I agree.:D See, you just had your opinion. I had mine...he had his she had hers...we're all one big happy family:D
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                  • #24
                    Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                    Originally posted by bushbaby View Post
                    you know, you can wear whatever you like, why would anyone object and if they do, that is their problem
                    Islam and Muslims see it differently. You can wear whatever you want provided it fulfils the criteria for modesty. Also what wolfn (who is a muslim) wanted to wear has rules and regulations related to it. And wolfn was asking if it is permissible in Islam for him to wear that shirt.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                      the white one which has salaam written is nice:):):):):):):):):)

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                      • #26
                        Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                        Originally posted by enchanted_rose View Post
                        Islam and Muslims see it differently. You can wear whatever you want provided it fulfils the criteria for modesty. Also what wolfn (who is a muslim) wanted to wear has rules and regulations related to it. And wolfn was asking if it is permissible in Islam for him to wear that shirt.
                        Yeah yeah:up: good point
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                        • #27
                          Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                          the life of the prophet doesnt show us to wear somethin gwhich has holy text written on it. Also this T shirt will make salaah makrooh (not liked by allah) since it does not cover the hands well
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                          • #28
                            Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                            I have shirts like that. But I Often forget that they carry names of Allah when I go into bathrooms.
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                            • #29
                              Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                              Originally posted by Metroid View Post
                              I have shirts like that. But I Often forget that they carry names of Allah when I go into bathrooms.
                              u shudnt wear it then if u realise that u have forgotten abt it on a few occasions. next time prevent by not wearing it...
                              otherwise cant really use forgetting as an excuse if keep wearing it?
                              just an advise
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                              • #30
                                Re: Am I allowed to wear a shirt like this?

                                2 - 3 yrs ago, I was once in a flight from London to Paris and had this american couple sitting beside me. First the man started to talk with me while his wife had kind of serious face, she was quite quiet initially. I was wearing thawb and while this man was talking to bout stuff like what I do, my family and stuff, his wife started to talk directly about my clothes lol. She said she likes and admires the thawb and even said she would want to buy a few thawb for her hubby and want him to wear it. He laughed and said he dunno if he can wear it but his wifey said when she buys it he has to wear it. It was a great discussion getting to know each other.

                                So If people wanna strike feeling of Islam into the hearts, minds and faces of Non-muslims - the best way they can do it is by wearing Sunnah clothes.

                                Especially in Western countries - where, when they see you in sunnah attire they drop their mouths wide open - seeing somethin really strange (well, it is according to them) and since its wud be an attire worn to imitate prophet and hence it is liked and accepted by Allah. Then it is Allah, who impresses people who are sincere to their hearts - cuz the best dressing is the one worn by the best personality in the mankind that is prophet (SAWS).

                                So, the best dawah thru clothing would be by adorning sunnah clothing and not wearing trendy t-shirts which has names of Allah or his Prophet, or Islam or Deen or whatever it be. If you wanna wear t-shirts with islamic labes, wear it. Theres no harm in it nor it is haram, but the notion - that it will be a dawah to non-muslims is incorrect.

                                What I am trying to say here is, nothing wrong with t-shirts who has other islamic sayings and stuff as long as it doesn't have any of Allah's name or prophets name cuz for one or other reason of carelessness we tend to show disrespect to the names. So this notion of 'wearing these t-shirts of islamic stuff is a dawah towards non-muslim' is nothing but a deception, making excuses to ones heart - as there is nothing islamic about it nor it is anywhere close to sunnah. So it cannot be act of dawah towards non-muslims. While wearing sunnah clothes, even if it doesnt have any islamic labels on it in itself is still a pure dawah.


                                Thats my two cents.
                                Last edited by truepath; 28-08-08, 10:19 AM.
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