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  • islam4u
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    As a guy, I'm comfortable with my masculinity.
    Wolfn = 1
    x-x = 0

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  • Wolfn
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    Originally posted by x--x View Post
    Don't wanna see no hairy legs please.
    As a guy, I'm comfortable with my masculinity.

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  • x--x
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    Don't wanna see no hairy legs please.

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  • Usrnam
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    Originally posted by islam4u View Post
    Yes. It is traditional and fashionable.

    I remember reading an hadith once that said do not drag your cloaks, yet not once in my life have I seen people wearing cloaks (exception for superman). It does not mean that it probably exists in some country as part of their fashion.
    I'm sure there are Scottish Muslims who have come across this question before, then.

    I have never seen a cloak worn, but I have seen kilts far too regularly.

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  • islam4u
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    Originally posted by Usrnam View Post
    I've never been to Scotland, so is it a common sight there?
    Yes. It is traditional and fashionable.

    I remember reading an hadith once that said do not drag your cloaks, yet not once in my life have I seen people wearing cloaks (exception for superman). It does not mean that it probably exists in some country as part of their fashion.

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  • Umm_Adam_
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    i Like It :up:

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  • mizfissy815
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Couldn't that be said about a thobe or Shalwar kameez? Heck, a shalwar kameez is worn by both men AND women. And regarding the thobe, many non-Muslims say it looks like a dress because of the free-flow nature of the bottom of it.
    It can be said about many things that have become normal to us, I'm not sure if that somehow makes it less of an imitation or shows how messed up we've become.....They're iffy areas that you would need to consult a scholar for. Ask the people of knowledge.

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  • Usrnam
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    Originally posted by islam4u View Post
    Not was, "Is".
    I've never been to Scotland, so is it a common sight there?

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  • islam4u
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    Originally posted by Usrnam View Post
    It was traditionally worn by men in Scotland.
    Not was, "Is".

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  • Usrnam
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    Originally posted by mizfissy815 View Post
    I am aware of that.

    But it's still not cool.
    I wasn't saying that to say it is cool, I was saying it to say it is not imitating the opposite gender.

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  • islam4u
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Does Islam allow wearing kilts? I found this picture on the internet and I think it's a cool look.

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    Above the ankles - check
    Not made from silk - check
    Covering the awrah - check

    I can't see why not it should be haram, no different to bangladeshi people wearing langees or whatever they call it.

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  • Wolfn
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    Originally posted by mizfissy815 View Post
    It's not cool. It's the very opposite of cool.

    And whilst it covers the 'awrah, the more likely issue with it is whether or not its 'imitating the opposite gender', which would render it haram.
    Couldn't that be said about a thobe or Shalwar kameez? Heck, a shalwar kameez is worn by both men AND women. And regarding the thobe, many non-Muslims say it looks like a dress because of the free-flow nature of the bottom of it.

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  • noobz
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    the kilt dress up isnt complete without bagpipes ... plz buy bagpipes while ur at it.

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  • mizfissy815
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    Originally posted by Usrnam View Post
    It was traditionally worn by men in Scotland.
    I am aware of that.

    But it's still not cool.

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  • Usrnam
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    Originally posted by mizfissy815 View Post
    It's not cool. It's the very opposite of cool.

    And whilst it covers the 'awrah, the more likely issue with it is whether or not its 'imitating the opposite gender', which would render it haram.
    It was traditionally worn by men in Scotland.

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