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  • IbnulQayyim
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    Originally posted by IbnulQayyim View Post
    few issues to consider:

    'awrah,
    awrah exposed or not during sujood,
    imitating the opp gender,
    imitating the kuffaar/their religious thing.

    ask seekersguidance.org
    When you ask the scholar, tell him that you saw a shaykh wearing it too..

    if there is permissibility, then make sure the knees are well hidden under the garment, otherwise it will be considered exposing the 'awrah...

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  • aadil77
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Dude, I'm seeing more and more people wearing Vibram Five fingers here in Florida. I'm not the only one.
    man that name just cracks me up :rotfl:, sounds like a magic trick!!

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  • Wolfn
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    Originally posted by aadil77 View Post
    lol Wolfn bro you don't know the meaning of cool, still can't beleive you wear those weird toe seperating shoes :rotfl:
    Dude, I'm seeing more and more people wearing Vibram Five fingers here in Florida. I'm not the only one.

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  • Fuaadh
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    Originally posted by seven View Post
    wear a sarong (lunghi) ... it's sunnah :up:
    What? Lunghi is sunnah? O_o

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  • ~ Jumana ~
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    Originally posted by seven View Post
    wear a sarong (lunghi) ... it's sunnah :up:
    Or "Izaar" in classic Arabic , or "ma`awiis " in Somali !

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  • aadil77
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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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    lol Wolfn bro you don't know the meaning of cool, still can't beleive you wear those weird toe seperating shoes :rotfl:

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  • seven
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    wear a sarong (lunghi) ... it's sunnah :up:

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  • IbnulQayyim
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    ask a scholar, case closed.

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  • alGhurabaa77
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    Go and ask a sheikh regarding this & stop fatwa shopping on this forum. If a sheikh says you can then alhamdulillah

    On a different note,
    Some people need to stop inciting hatred against certain groups and causing divisions in the ummah. Have some fear of Allaah.

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  • Ebony
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    Well so long as the kilt goes past the knees and you wear appropriate length underwear underneath (such a long shorts), dont see whats the issue with them as culturally they are known to be kilts and not skirts...

    The pattern of tartan on every kilt denotes the clan the person is from/associated with.

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  • Humble Warrior
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    Originally posted by Humble Warrior View Post
    @wolfn see what this guy is wearing at 00:08 seconds
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPLyD...eature=related
    Originally posted by Umm_Adam_ View Post
    Thats Part Of His jubbah
    ok so its called Jubbah haan? wolfn wear jubbah man! :D

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  • ~ Jumana ~
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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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    All i can say is that ......MAshAllah , you must be really courages to attempt to wear this in public !

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  • noobz
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    Originally posted by islam4u View Post
    also urdu/punjabi is not an Islamic language so all you are doing is imitating the people of jahiliyah so stop speaking that language pakistani people
    This topic is very large ... I also dont get why scholars say its alright to wear jeans and shirts but then they say that isnt something that makes the kuffar different anymore since its entered into Muslim societies and muslims also wear them on a daily basis.

    But there are certain thing that will differentiate the kuffar from us such as the fashionable things they wear or do such as wearing chains , etc

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  • islam4u
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    also urdu/punjabi is not an Islamic language so all you are doing is imitating the people of jahiliyah so stop speaking that language pakistani people

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  • islam4u
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    Originally posted by Pippin1376 View Post
    I don't mean to debate, but say a Scottish person became Muslim. Why can't he keep his culture and follow Islam? That isn't imitating anyone, it's just him keeping his culture and being Islamic.
    Some people (salafis) are being ott again. since when did the shalwaar kammez become attributed to being Islamic for example?

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