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    Are males allowed to wear red clothing in islam?
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    Dont think so, why would anyone wanna wear it either ?
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    • #3
      Dunno about the blokes, but red is one of my favourite colours. :inlove:
      What does 'freedom' mean?

      Does the eagle want to swim in the sea,
      Restricted by the sky?

      Does the fish want to dance on the wind,
      Not enough river to explore?

      Yet the sky is freedom for the bird
      but death for the fish,

      The sea is wide for the fish
      but will engulf the bird.

      We ask for freedom but freedom to do what?
      We can only express our nature as it was created.

      The prayer mat of the earth is freedom,
      freedom from slavery to other than the One,
      Who offers an shoreless ocean of love to swim in
      and a horizon that extends to the next life,
      Yet we chose the prison and call it freedom.

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        www.islam-qa.com)
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        • #5
          Sahih Bukhari, Volume 1, Book 8, Number 373:

          Narrated Abu Juhaifa:

          I saw Allah's Apostle in a red leather tent and I saw Bilal taking the remaining water with which the Prophet had performed ablution. I saw the people taking the utilized water impatiently and whoever got some of it rubbed it on his body and those who could not get any took the moisture from the others' hands. Then I saw Bilal carrying an 'Anza (a spear-headed stick) which he planted in the ground. The Prophet came out tucking up his red cloak, and led the people in prayer and offered two Rakat (facing the Ka'ba) taking 'Anza as a Sutra for his prayer. I saw the people and animals passing in front of him beyond the 'Anza.

          Sahih Bukhari Volume 7, Book 72, Number 788:

          Narrated Al-Bara':

          I did not see anybody in a red cloak looking more handsome than the Prophet.

          Narrated Malik: The hair of the Prophet used to hang near his shoulders.

          Narrated Shu'ba: The hair of the Prophet used to hang down to the earlobes.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Amatullah It is permissible to wear red clothes if the red is combined with another colour; it is not permissible to wear plain red, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade doing so.woven stripes of silkred garmentsits isnaad is saheehThis hadeeth was classed as its isnaad is www.islam-qa.com) [/B]
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            • #7
              According to the scholars, the meaning of this hadeeth is that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) disliked the wearing of garments dyed with safflower (the red dyestuff obtained from safflowers), but he had no objection to garments dyed with clay or other substances, so long as it was not dyed with safflower.
              I guess the next question is "Why would dye from safflower be forbidden?"
              Also, what do "da'eef" and "saheeh" mean?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by joeschmoe
                Also, what do "da'eef" and "saheeh" mean?
                'Saheeh' = sound & authentic (fully attested)

                'Hasan' = good (no known weakness)

                'Da'eef' = weak (suspect links)

                'Maudu' = fabricated (some links unknown or known liars / forgers)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by joeschmoe
                  I guess the next question is "Why would dye from safflower be forbidden?"
                  There were several suggestions as to why men are forbidden to wear red, including the following:
                  - because it is the dress of the kuffaar
                  - because it is the adornment of women, so forbidding it is a way of discouraging the imitation of women
                  - because it is vanity and does not befit a decent man to wear it The prohibition applies only to garments that are dyed completely red.

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                  • #10
                    red is just another color, I think it is silly people think they cannot wear it.
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