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  • Requirements of Womens Hijab in Accordance with the Qur'an

    The First Requirement:The Second Requirement:
    The garment should be thick and opaque so as not to display the skin color and form of the body beneath it. Delicate or transparent clothing does not constitute a proper covering. The Sahabah were very stern on this and regarded scanty clothing in public as an indicator of a woman's lack of belief. Al-Qurtubi reports a narration from `Aishah (ra) that some women
    from Banu Tamim came to see her wearing transparent clothing. `Aishah said to them: "If you are are believing women, these are not the clothes of believing women." He also reports that a bride came to see her wearing a sheer, transparent khimaar, whereupon `Aishah (ra) said: "A woman who wears such clothing does not believe in Soorat An-Nur."

    Moreover, the following hadeeth makes this point graphically clear. Allah's Messenger (saw) said: There will be in the last of my Ummah (nation of believers), scantily dressed women, the hair on the top of their heads like a camel's hump. Curse them, for verily they are cursed. In another version he said: ...scantily dressed women, who go astray and make others go astray; they will not enter Paradise nor smell its fragrance, although it can be smelled from afar. [At-Tabarani and Sahih Muslim] "Scantily dressed women" are those who wear clothing which reveals more than it conceals, thereby increasing her attractiveness while opening the path to a host of evils.

    The Third Requirement:
    The clothing must hang loosely enough and not be so tight-fitting as to show the shape and size of the woman's body. The reason for wearing a garment which is wide and loose fitting is that the function of Muslim women's clothing is to eliminate the lure and beauty of her body from the eye of the beholder. Skin-tight body suits, etc. may conceal the skin color, yet they display the size and shape of the limbs and body. The following hadeeth proves this point clearly:
    Usamah ibn Zaid said: Allah's Messenger (saw) gave me a gift of thick Coptic cloth he had recieved as a gift from Dahiah Al-Kalbi, and so I gave it to my wife. Thereafter the Prophet (saw) asked me: Why didn't you wear the Coptic cloth? I replied: I gave it to my wife. the Prophet (saw) then said: Tell her to wear a thick gown under it (the Coptic garment) for I fear that it may describe the size of her limbs. [Narrated by Ahmad, Al-Bayhaqi, and Al-Haakim]

    The Fourth Requirement:
    Color, Appearance and Demeanor
    Allah (swt) says:

    "O wives of the Prophet! You are not like any other women; if you fear (Allah), then do not be too pleasent of speech, lest one in whose heart is a disease should feel desire (for you)." [Al-Ahzab, 33:32]

    The reason for the revelation of this verse is not the fear of distrust nor misbehavior on the part of the women, but rather to prevent them from speaking invitingly, walking seductively, or dressing revealingly so as to arouse sexual desire in the heart of lecherous and evil men.
    Seductive dressing and enticing speech are the characteristics of ill-intentioned women, not Muslims. Al-Qurtubi mentions that Mujahid (RA) said: "Women (before the advent of Islam) used to walk about (alluringly) among men." Qatadah (RA) said: "They used to walk in a sensuous and seductive manner." Maqatil (RA) said: "The women used to wear an untied
    cloth on their heads, while provocatively toying with their necklaces, earrings and other ornamental jewelry." Furthermore, Allah has commanded women not to display their beauty, meaning both natural and acquired beauty. Allah commands the believing women thus:

    ...And do not make a display of yourselves like the displaying of the ignorance of long ago... [Al-Ahzaab, 33:33]

    A garment which is intended to conceal a woman and her beauty from public view cannot be a thing which enhances her beauty. Therefore, the garment cannot contain bright colors, bold designs or shiny and reflective material that draw men's attention to the wearer. The Arabic word above, At-Tabarruj, means not only "to display oneself" but also "to spruce up one's charms for the purpose of exciting desire".
    Imam Adh-Dhahabi says in his book Kitab Al-Kaba'ir (The Book of Major Sins): "Amongst the deeds which a woman is cursed for are displaying the adornments she wears, wearing perfume when she goes out, and wearing colorful clothes..." Hence, the Muslim woman is encouraged to wear muted, somber colors and to avoid bright designs, patterns and colors.

    The Fifth Requirement:
    Difference from Men's Clothing
    The clothing of a Muslim woman must not resemble the clothing of men. The following two hadeeth help to explain this. Abu Hurayrah (RA) said: Allah's Messenger (saw) cursed the man who wears women's clothes and the woman who wears men's clothes. [Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah-Saheeh]
    `Abdullah ibn `Umar (RA) said he heard Allah's Messenger (saw) say: The man who resembles a woman and the woman who resembles a man is not of us (i.e., not of the believers). [Ahmad and At-Tabarani-Saheeh]
    Additionally, Abu Dawood relates a narration from Umm Salamah (RA) which shows that the Prophet (saw) forbade women to bundle their Khumoor on their heads in such a way as to resemble the turban of a man. Western Muslim sisters should pay specific attention to this point since regretfully this has become a widespread practice amongst them.

    The Sixth Requirement:
    Difference from the Clothing of Unbelievers
    Her clothing must not resemble the clothing of unbelievers. This is a general ruling of the Shari'ah which encompasses not only dress but also such things as manners, customs, religious practices and festivities, transactions, etc. Indeed, dissimilarity with unbelievers is a precedent that was established by the first generation of Islam. The following two hadeeth and statement of `Umar (RA) will help to clarify this position: `Abdullah ibn `Amr ibn Al-`Aas said: Allah's Messenger (saw) saw me wearing two saffron-colored garments, so he said: Indeed, these are the clothes of kuffar (unbelievers), so do not wear them. [Sahih Muslim]
    `Abdullah ibn `Umar (RA) said: Allah's Messenger (saw) stated: Whoever resembles a people is one of them. [Abu Dawood] Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari (RA) related that `Umar (RA) told him: "...I shall not honor those whom Allah has dishonored, nor esteem those He has humbled, nor bring close those whom He has kept afar." [Ahmad]

    The Seventh Requirement:
    No Vain or Ostentatious Dressing
    The woman's dress must not be an expression of ostentation, vanity or as a status symbol by being excessively showy or expensive, nor must it be excessively tattered so as to gain admiration and fame for being humble. Ibn `Umar (RA) reported that Allah's Messenger (saw) said: Whoever dresses for ostentation in this world, Allah will dress that person in a dress of humiliation on the Day of Resurrection, and then set it on fire. [Abu Dawood]
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    • #3
      1.An act of obedience.

      The hijab is an act of obedience to Allah and to his prophet (pbuh),
      Allah says in the Qur'an: `It is not for a believer, man or woman,
      when Allah and His messenger have decreed a matter that they should
      have an option in their decision. And whoever disobeys Allah and His
      Messenger, has indeed strayed in a plain error.' (S33:36).

      Allah also said: 'And tell the believing women to lower their gaze
      (from looking at forbidden things) and protect their private parts
      (from illegal sexual acts, etc) and not to show off their adornment
      except what must (ordinarily) appear thereof, that they should draw
      their veils over their Juyubihinna.'(S24:31).

      Juyubihinna: The respected scholars from As-Salaf As-Saleh (righteous
      predecessors) differed whether the veil cover of the body must
      include the hands and face or not. Today, respected scholars say that
      the hands and face must be covered. Other respected scholars say it
      is preferable for women to cover their whole bodies.

      2.The Hijab is IFFAH (Modesty).

      Allah (subhana wa'atala) made the adherence to the hijab a
      manifestation for chastity and modesty. Allah says: 'O Prophet! Tell
      your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw
      their cloaks (veils) over their bodies (when outdoors). That is most
      convenient that they should be known and not molested.' (S33:59). In
      the above Ayaah there is an evidence that the recognition of the
      apparent beauty of the woman is harmful to her. When the cause of
      attraction ends, the restriction is removed. This is illustrated in
      the case of elderly women who may have lost every aspect of
      attraction. Allah (swt) made it permissible for them to lay aside
      their outer garments and expose their faces and hands reminding,
      however, that is still better for them to keep their modesty.

      3.The hijab is Tahara (Purity)

      Allah (swt) had shown us the hikma (wisdom) behind the legislation of
      the hijab: `And when you ask them (the Prophet's wives) for anything
      you want, ask them from behind a screen, that is purer for your
      hearts and their hearts.' (S33:53).

      The hijab makes for greater purity for the hearts of believing men
      and women because it screens against the desire of the heart. Without
      the hijab, the heart may or may not desire. That is why the heart is
      more pure when the sight is blocked (by hijab) and thus the
      prevention of fitna (evil actions is very much manifested. The hijab
      cuts off the ill thoughts and the greed of the sick hearts:

      `Be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease (of
      hypocrisy or evil desire for adultery, etc) should be moved with
      desire, but speak in an honorable manner.' (S33:32)

      4.The hijab is a Shield

      The prophet (pbuh) said: "Allah, Most High, is Heaven, is Ha'yeii
      (Bashful), Sit'teer (Shielder). He loves Haya' (Bashfulness) and Sitr
      (Shielding; Covering)." The Prophet (pbuh) also said: "Any woman who
      takes off her clothes in other than her husband's house (to show off
      for unlawful purposes), has broken Allah's shield upon her. "The
      hadith demonstrates that depending upon the kind of action committed
      there will be either reward (if good) or punishment (if bad).

      5. The hijab is Taqwah (Righteousness)

      Allah (swt) says in the Qur'an: `O children of Adam! We have bestowed
      raiment upon you to cover yourselves (screen your private parts, etc)
      and as an adornment. But the raiment of righteousness, that is
      better.'(S7:26). The widespread forms of dresses in the world today
      are mostly for show off and hardly taken as a cover and shield of the
      woman's body. To the believing women, however the purpose is to
      safeguard their bodies and cover their private parts as a
      manifestation of the order of Allah. It is an act of Taqwah

      6.The hijab is Eemaan (Belief or Faith)

      Allah (swt) did not address His words about the hijab except to the
      believing women, Al-Mo'minat. In many cases in the Qur'an Allah
      refers to the "the believing women". Aisha (RA), the wife of the
      prophet (pbuh), addressed some women from the tribe of Banu Tameem
      who came to visit her and had light clothes on them, they were
      improperly dressed: "If indeed you are believing women, then truly
      this is not the dress of the believing women, and if you are not
      believing women, then enjoy it."

      7. The hijab is Haya' (Bashfulness)

      There are two authentic hadith which state: "Each religion has a
      morality and the morality of Islam is haya'" AND "Bashfulness is from
      belief, and belief is in Al-Jannah (paradise)". The hijab fits the
      natural bashfulness which is a part of the nature of women.

      8.The hijab is Gheerah

      The hijab fits the natural feeling of Gheerah, which is intrinsic in
      the straight man who does not like people to look at his wife or
      daughters. Gheerah is a driving emotion that drives the straight man
      to safeguard women who are related to him from strangers. The
      straight MUSLIM man has Gheerah for ALL MUSLIM women In response to
      lust and desire, men look (with desire) at other women while they do
      not mind that other men do the same to their wives or daughters. The
      mixing of sexes and absence of hijab destroys the Gheera in men.
      Islam considers Gheerah an integral part of faith. The dignity of the
      wife or daughter or any other Muslim woman must be highly respected
      and defended.
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          • #6
            Indeed, all praises are due to Allah, we praise Him, seek His Aid and
            beg for His Forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil in our
            souls and from the bad consequences of our deeds. Whomever Allah
            guides, no one can lead that person astray and whomever Allah leads
            astray no one can guide that person. I bear witness that there is
            nothing worthy of worship except Allah Who is alone and without any
            partners and I bear witness that Muhammad (SAW) is His slave and
            final Prophet and Messenger sent to mankind.

            Certainly the most perfect speech is the Speech of Allah and the
            finest guidance is the guidance of Muhammad (SAW). The worst of
            affairs are those that are innovated into this religion as every
            innovation is misguidance and every misguidance is astray and every
            going astray leads to the Hell Fire.

            It often occurs to me that many of my sisters in Islam are not
            properly encouraged once they begin to observe the requirements of
            Hijab. It may be that a sister has been obliged to wear the Hijab
            without truly pondering over its superiority. Perhaps she has reached
            the age of puberty and her Wali (guardian) has instructed her to wear
            it. Perhaps she has recently re-verted to Islam and her close sisters
            have told her of its obligation. Or, perhaps her husband has
            commanded her to wear Hijab. A sister who does not truly know the
            superiority of Hijab will always remain envious of the women of the
            Kufar. Why? Because they see these misguided women looking beautiful
            for all to see. Hence, the Muslim woman then compares herself to that
            woman which causes her to feel ashamed of her own Hijab.

            Therefore, what follows is a reminder for my sisters in Islam. It is
            a reminder of the true status of these so-called beautiful women. It
            is a reminder that Hijab will always reign supreme and that the true
            man (i.e. the Muslim man), will forever be dazzled by the beauty of
            the Muhijabah (woman who wears the Hijab).


            Some Excellent Qualities of Those Who Wear Hijab

            Al-Hamdulilah, it is well known that the Muslim woman is a creature
            of Hayaa (modesty). Allah (SWT) loves for our Muslim women to be
            shielded by their Hijab. It is their outer protection from the
            decadence of this life. Allah's Messenger (SAW) has said:

            "Verily! Allah is Hayaa (modest, bashful) & Sitteer (i.e. the One Who
            Shields - from disobedient acts). He loves Hayaa (i.e. He loves for
            one to practice modesty and bashfulness) and Siter (shielding;
            covering)." (Collected by Abu Dawud; An-Nissa'ee; Al-Baihaqee; Ahmad;
            & in Saheeh An-Nissa'ee)

            Thus, as possessing Hayaa is a quality that is beloved by Allah (SWT)
            our sisters must feel comfort in knowing that they have this Hayaa
            and not the women who show themselves to the world; hence, such women
            will not be shielded from Allah's (SWT) Wrath. Allah's Messenger
            (SAWS) said:

            "Any woman who takes off her clothes in other than her husband's home
            (to show off for unlawful purposes), has broken Allah's shield upon
            her." (Collected by Abu Dawud & At-Tirmidhi)

            Therefore, we see that the Hijab of the Muslim woman has a quality
            that comprises Hayaa (modesty). Hayaa is what proceeds from Iman
            (belief). That is why when Allah (SWT) commands the women to observe
            Hijab, Allah (SWT) says:

            "And tell the believing women..." (Surah An-Nur 24:31)

            Allah (SWT) also says:

            "...And the women of the believers..." (Surah Al-Ahzab 33:59)

            Furthermore, Allah's Messenger (SAW) said:

            "Al-Hayaa (modesty & bashfulness) is from Imam (belief) and Imam is
            in Al-Jannah (the Paradise)." (At-Tirmidhi - Saheeh)

            He (SAW) also said:

            "Hayaa (modesty and bashfulness) and Imam (belief) are fully
            associated together, if one is lifted the other follows suit."
            (Narrated by `Abd Allah bin `Umar; related by Al-Haakim in
            his "Mustadrak")

            My dear sisters in Islam, know that these women who beautify
            themselves for the world to see possess no Hayaa; thus, they are void
            of any Iman. Instead of looking to the latest fashion models for
            guidance, you, my dear sisters, must look to the wives of the Prophet
            (SAW). Look at the extreme amount of Hayaa that `Aisha bint Abu Bakr
            (RA) possessed even in the presence of the deceased:

            'Aisha (RA) said: "I used to enter the room where the Messenger of
            Allah (SAW) and my father (Abu Bakr) were later buried in without
            having my garment on me, saying it is only my husband and my father.
            But when `Umar ibn Al-Khattab (RA) was later buried in (the same
            place), I did not enter the room except that I had my garment on
            being shy from `Umar." (As-Simt Ath'ameen Fee Maniqib Ummahat Ul-
            Mu'mineen by Ibn As-Sakir. Al-Haakim brings a similar narration which
            he says is "good according the conditions of Imaam Bukhari and Imaam

            My dear sister in Islam, I know that it is quite difficult for you to
            go out wearing Hijab in a society that mocks and torments you. I
            know that you, indeed, feel strange and out of place. However, if
            you knew the status of those who are mocked by the Kufar as well as
            the status of the strangers, you will continue to wear your Hijab
            (i.e. to cover your entire body with a Khimar as commanded (24:31),
            as well as with a Jilbab (33:59), with the exception of the hands and
            face; however, knowing the recommendation to cover those parts (as
            well) with dignity. Allah (SWT) says in His Book:

            "Verily! (During the worldly life) those who committed crimes used to
            laugh at those who believed. And whenever they passed by them, used
            to wink one to another (in mockery); And when they returned to their
            own people, they would return jesting; and when they saw them, they
            said: `Verily! These have indeed gone astray!' But they
            (disbelievers, sinners) had not been sent as watchers over them (the
            believers). But on this Day (the Day of Resurrection) those who
            believe will laugh at the disbelievers. On (high) thrones, looking
            (at all things). Are not the disbelievers paid (fully) for what they
            used to do?" (Surah Al-Mutaffifin 83:29-36)

            Allah's (SWT) words should serve as a support for you my dear
            sisters. Also, take comfort in being a stranger among these lewd and
            sinful women. Allah's Messenger (SAW) said:

            "Islam began as something strange, and it would revert to its (old
            position) of being strange, so good tidings for the strangers."
            (Narrated by Abu Huraira and Reported Sahih Muslim)


            As-Sufoor and It's Characteristics

            As-Sufoor means to expose or to un-cover. Therefore, instead of
            practicing the Hijab (covering), the women of the Kufar practice As-
            Sufoor. As-Sufoor is sinful as it leads to At-Tabarooj (i.e. to make
            a dazzling display of oneself). Displaying oneself is a attribute of
            one who is Jaheel (ignorant). Allah (SWT) says:

            "And stay in your houses and do not display yourselves (At-Tabarooj)
            like that of the times of ignorance..." (Surah Al-Ahzab 33:33)

            Allah's Messenger (SAW) said:

            "The best of your women is the affectionate, the fertile (in
            productivity), the propitious (favorable), the consultative if they
            fear Allah. The most evil of your women are the Mutabar'rijat (those
            who do At-Tabarooj), the Mutakhayelat (who strut/swagger), and they
            are the hypocrites. Those who enter Al-Jannah (the Paradise) are like
            the Cough Crow." (Al-Baihaqi in his "As-Sunan")

            My dear sisters in Islam, we see from the above Ayah and Hadith that
            displaying oneself is indeed Haram. Further, it is a quality of the
            most evil of women! Therefore, do not be envious of the women of the
            Kufar. They only have this life to enjoy while the believing women
            will have Al-Jannah. There is nothing in your Hijab whatsoever to be
            ashamed of as it is the garment of the righteous and pious female
            slaves of Allah (SWT). In order to truly show you how evil those
            women who make As-Sufoor and At-Tabarooj are, let us ponder over the
            following statement of Allah's Messenger (SAW):

            "Of the people of Hell there are two types whom I have never seen,
            the one possessing whips like the tail of an Ox and they flog people
            with them. The second one, women who would be naked in spite of their
            being dressed, who are seduced (to wrong paths) and seduce others.
            Their hair is high like the humps (of camels). These women would not
            get into Al-Jannah (the Paradise) and they would not perceive its
            odor, although its fragrance can be perceived from such and such a
            distance." (Sahih Muslim)

            Sisters in Islam, these women who practice At-Tabarooj are common
            among us today. These are women that even the Prophet (SAWS) did not
            see! Look around you and you will see those women who are clothed but
            naked! Look at the hair styles of the women who practice At-
            Tabarooj - are they not high like the camel's hump? My dear sister,
            perhaps we are the first generation since the time of the Prophet
            Adam (AS) to witness such women. If one ponders over photos taken
            thirty to forty years ago, one will see that the women of the Kufar
            did not make At-Tabarooj as their offspring do today. These are
            women who will be in the Hell Fire, save Allah (SWT) has mercy upon
            them by guiding them to Islam! Thus, how can you envy them? My
            brothers, how can you desire them over your creature of Hayaa? These
            filthy women will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise. This
            Hadith also shows us that what the Prophet (SAW) came with (i.e. the
            Qur'an and the Sunnah) is the Haqq (truth)! This is a prophecy that
            has come to pass in front of our very eyes. Hence, will we continue
            to envy these evil women or be grateful to our Lord for your Hijab
            which brings Hayaa?

            Whatever I have written that is true is from Allah alone while
            anything that is false is from myself and shaytan. Subhanaka
            Allahummah wa bihamdika, ash hadu an la illaha illa anta,
            astaghfiruka wa atuboo ilayk
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            • #7
              The Obligatory Conditions For An Islamic Hijab

              1. Covering ALL Of The Body

              It is an agreed position by many respected scholars that the face and
              hands of the woman must be covered. Some scholars say it is
              permissible to uncover the face and the hands of the woman as long as
              there is no fitna (infatuation) caused by this action. Two things
              must be taken into consideration

              a) if she is beautiful and beautifies her face and hands with
              external substances, or

              b) the society around her is corrupt where men do not lower their
              gaze, then it is prohibited for her to uncover her face and hands.

              On the authority of the wife of the prophet (pbuh), Umm Salama (RA)

              "When the verse was revealed that they should cast their outer
              garments over their bodies' was revealed, the women of Ansar came out
              as if they had crows over their heads by wearing outer garments.

              2.The hijab must not be a display

              The hijab itself must not be a display. Allah ordained it so as to
              cover the beauty of women and not for showing off. Allah (swt) says
              `And not show of their adornment except only that which is apparent.'


              `And stay in your houses and do not display yourselves like that of
              the times of ignorance.' (S33:33).

              It is in no way logical that the hijab itself be a source of display.

              3. The hijab must not be transparent The purpose of wearing hijab
              must be achieved. In order for the hijab to be a cover, it must not
              be made of transparent material making the woman covered only by
              name, while in reality she is naked. The prophet (pbuh) is quoted as
              saying: "In the latest part of my Ummah (nation of Muslims) there
              shall be women who would be naked in spite of being dressed, they
              have their hair high like the humps of the Bukht camel, curse them,
              for they are cursed. They will not enter Al-Jannah and would not even
              perceive its odor, although it's fragrance can be perceived from a
              distance of 500 years travelling by camel" This indicates that a
              woman could cause herself a grave and destructive sin if she puts on
              a garment that is thin and transparent and which clearly shapes her
              body's features.

              4.Hijab must be roomy, and not tight.

              The hijab is a safeguard against fitna. If it is tight, it will be
              descriptive of the woman's body and this violates and defeats the
              whole purpose of hijab.

              5.The hijab must not be perfumed

              On the authority of Ad'Diya Al-Maqdisi, the prophet (pbuh) said:

              "Any woman who perfumes herself and passes by some people that they
              smell her scent, then she is a Zaniyah (adulteress)."

              6. The hijab shouldn't resemble the dress of a man

              Imam Ahmed, an-Nissa'ee reported the prophet (pbuh) to have
              said: "Women who assume the manners of men are not from us and also
              those of men who assume the manners of women." Abu Huraira narrated
              that: "The Prophet (pbuh) CURSED the man who wears the dress of a
              woman and the woman who wears the dress of a man."

              7.The hijab must not resemble the garments of the kuffar

              Abu Dawoud and Ahmed have related the prophet (pbuh) said: "The one
              who take the similitude (manner) of a certain people, then he/she
              becomes one of them."

              Abdullah bin Ummar (RA) said: "The Prophet (pbuh) saw me wearing two
              garments dyed in saffron (orange), whereupon he said: these are the
              clothes (usually worn) by the kuffar, so do not wear them."

              8.The hijab should not be for fame

              Abu Dawoud and Ibn Majah have related the prophet to saying: "The one
              who wears a garment designed for a worldly fame, Allah will make them
              wear a garment of humility on the Day Of Resurrection then he will be
              set ablaze." The garment of fame is any garment a person wears to
              make themselves look famous. This applies whether the garment is
              highly precious and shows admiration to the life of this world or if
              it is chosen of a low quality to show lack of interest to this
              worldly life. The person may put on clothes with distinct colors so
              as to draw attention, act proudly and/or arrogantly.

              9.Concealed ways of display

              Examining the various conditions about the hijab one can clearly
              recognize that many of the young Muslim women are not fulfilling
              these conditions. Many just take "half-way" measures, which not only
              mocks the community in which she lives, but also mocks the commands
              of Allah (swt). They consider what they put on now wrongly as "hijab"
              So, O muslimoon, be mindful to Allah (swt) and His Messenger (pbuh),
              and do not deceived by those who "bless" this action of yours and
              conceal their true intentions. Do not be deceived, and there is no
              excuse to follow the evil.

              If you are sincere in achieving Al-Jannah, then be mindful of these
              things, insha'allah

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AbuMubarak

                  As we all agree, only the face and hands are allowed to be shown, however this excludes such facial make-up and nail polish. These things are excessive and should only be used in the home. The aim of these types of women are to attract the attention of men, which is haram.

                  Assalam Alaykum wa Rahmut Allah

                  I am sorry brother, I dont understand wht you mean by 'As we all agree'.

                  Tell me one proof from the Quran and Sunnah that it says that the face and hand are allowed to be shown.

                  And before you post any hadith, please make sure that it is authentic.

                  What you have said is very dangerous.

                  Allah el-Musta3aan.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 3aber sabeel

                      Assalam Alaykum wa Rahmut Allah

                      I am sorry brother, I dont understand wht you mean by 'As we all agree'.

                      Tell me one proof from the Quran and Sunnah that it says that the face and hand are allowed to be shown.

                      And before you post any hadith, please make sure that it is authentic.

                      What you have said is very dangerous.

                      Allah el-Musta3aan.
                      brother, as salaamu alaykum

                      in regards to hijab, i am of the opinion that women should wear niqaab, however, i do not say it is fard, my wife wears burqa, and she agrees, thru her studies that niqaab is not fard

                      the posts i posted above were from various sources, and i put the varying opinions there for us to review

                      the uncovering of the face and hands has been one of different opinions for centuries, you and i are not going to change that

                      if bringing about the various "islamic" opinions is dangerous, then so be it

                      if i was posting something that was against islam, then i would agree, that would be dangerous

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                      • #12
                        Abu Mubarak,

                        You havent answer my question: Tell me one proof from the Quran and Sunnah that says that covering the face is not obligatory? Where are the proofs of the different opinnion?

                        <<in regards to hijab, i am of the opinion that women should wear niqaab, however, i do not say it is fard, my wife wears burqa, and she agrees, thru her studies that niqaab is not fard >>

                        Insha'Allah I will post the evidences form the Quran and Sunnah which proves that covering the face is obligatory. You have already posted some of the evidences already and qouted what the Ulema said and yet you do not believe it is obligatory. Subhan Allah!

                        Besides, Do you know the meaning of the word 'Hijab' according to the Quran and Sunnah?

                        <<the posts i posted above were from various sources, and i put the varying opinions there for us to review >>

                        Generally, For a knowledgable person who can analyze these different opinnions and distinguish which is the correct opinion, then this is very good and beneficial. However, to post different opinnions on this forum isnt a wise idea. Because it may lead to fitnah as each person will follow the opinnion which one he desires (or the easiest) rather than knowing the truth.

                        <<the uncovering of the face and hands has been one of different opinions for centuries, you and i are not going to change that >>

                        I dont know how to start, this requires a very long reply.

                        But first, do you know why there are different opinnions in many fiqh issues?

                        There are many reasons, but here are three:

                        1) In the early centuries, not all the Ulema had access to most of the hadith. Also most of the hadith werent yet compiled. For example Abu Haneefah didnt know there is something called Salatul Istisqaa' (Prayer for rain).
                        Unlike today, there are all sorts of shariah books everywhere. You can have access to et-Tirmizi books, Abu Dawud books,etc.

                        2) Many Imams have used weak hadiths, most likely they werent aware they were weak. For example Imam Shafei and Ibn Hanbal compiled lots of weak hadith. Imam Shafei used to place his hands underneath his belly while prayer. That does not mean todays Ulema cannot change these opinnions.

                        3) Scholars are not perfect. Everyone makes mistakes. I challenge you to name one Muslim from the death of the Pophet (PBUH) until now who hasnt made a mistake. Even Omar bin Al-Khattab (RAA) made a mistake in Shariah and a woman corrected him. As Imaam Maalik (ra) said, "The saying of everyone may be taken or rejected except for the companion of this grave" and he pointed to the grave of the Prophet (saw)

                        Please see questions: 2130, 26269 and 5523 in

                        Also what Sheikh Al-Albany said:

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                          This page collects resources on niqab for niqabi sisters or sisters who are interested in niqab.


                          Is Niqab Fard?

                          The dispute over whether niqab is fard or not has been going on among the scholars since the earliest centuries of Islam, and will probably still be going on at the end of time. Nobody can claim to have a definitive answer to this question. All sisters should research both sides of the argument for themselves and decide which side has the stronger dalils. Here are the dalils. Just so you know, I personally feel that niqab is mustahabb and sunna but not fard.

                          Arguments That Niqab is Fard Arguments That Niqab is Not Fard
                          Last edited by AbuMubarak; 18-08-02, 04:10 PM.
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                          • #14
                            brother, i will say this

                            asking me about what is quran and what isnt quran is not wrong and is strongly encouraged in this deen

                            asking with an attitude is indicative of an arrogance that i see amongst many muslims

                            if you have any further questions about things i post, i or any other moderator, and you use caps (which are usual of yelling in this cyber world) your post will be edited

                            i do not profess to be an alim in this deen, nor am i above being questioned, but do things in a soft manner and things will come back to you in the manner you send them
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                            • #15
                              Abu Mubarak

                              I'm sorry for using caps. I'm new in this forum.
                              Please forgive me.
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