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  • Gold Watch and In-game Avatar

    First of all, I would like to thank you for looking at this thread.

    On the first note, recently, my grandmother gave me a golden watch, which was once my grandfather's. I want to know whether it is permissible to wear it. I wouldn't want it to gather dust on my desk, so what should I do? I'd feel very bad if I never wear it as my grandmother gave it to me, it is a prized possession in my mind.

    Secondly, I play a game called Gunbound. Well, in this game, there are avatars, or in other words, equipment to represent your character. These "avatars" are worn throughout the gaming session. My question is, I have an avatar, but unfortunately, there is a cross on it. It has no meaning to me, but would it be alright to be wearing it on my in-game character?

    Thank you in advance in the case that you are able to answer my questions.
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    Salaam alaykum,

    Gold is indeed forbidden for the Muslim males, as well as silk.

    I understand your situation about the gold watch but it isnt worth wearing if it displeases Allah (Swt) and goes against Islam right? That just isnt a good trade. My suggestions what to do with the watch is, just keep it in a frame or something, somewhere safe. Tell your grandmother, you dont want anything happening to it.

    wa alaykum as salam
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      Thank you for your reply. I'll keep it in the box where it came, but at least open so I can still see it.
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