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  • #31
    Re: When to take off Hijab

    Originally posted by Ebony
    This has been discussed in GREAT detail before.

    Do a search Insh'Allah

    To save you the trouble ( ) here it is:

    Taking Hijaab Off

    and for the Ladies:

    When To Take Hijaab Off

    Happy reading!
    Jazaak Allahu khair. I point the finger at brother Ibn-e-Muslim for reviving this old post [smile]

    Ma'aSalaama

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    • #32
      Re: When to take off Hijab

      aight its done lets leave it at side

      how about time? for how long they can see n talk to each other (in presense of mehram) and how many times? only once, twice? how do they both agree? like ok nice talking to u n u seem a fine girl to me, n she goes yeah same here u seems a good guy, done finish? off to mehram now?
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      • #33
        Re: When to take off Hijab

        Originally posted by Al-Saeed Abdi View Post
        Jazaak Allahu khair. I point the finger at brother Ibn-e-Muslim for reviving this old post [smile]

        Ma'aSalaama
        aight i got other question posted above, answer it if u got sum info on that :)
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        • #34
          Re: When to take off Hijab

          Originally posted by Ibn-e-Muslim View Post
          if u refering HT to Hizbutahrir ppl which r also based in Pakistan then what iv heared from my friend whos family is knwon as HT leaders, they pray kasr salah( safri salah) all the time coz they belive the World is Moving/travling n we live in this world so every1 is travling thats y cut the salah short
          Allah knows best

          if they r the same than expact the unexpacted from such groups
          HT do not normally do that??
          I know of shia people who do that "oh we are travellers in this world" etc they say. Never known HT types to do it and i dnt think their organisation tells them 2 do that...
          so jst to clarify that :S
          .: Rufaida :.
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          • #35
            Re: When to take off Hijab

            Originally posted by anna2000uk View Post
            HT do not normally do that??
            I know of shia people who do that "oh we are travellers in this world" etc they say. Never known HT types to do it and i dnt think their organisation tells them 2 do that...
            so jst to clarify that :S
            HT don't talk about Fiqh, they only talk about politics. Some may disagree with me, but then how comes they let shia join, considering the differences are not only about Fiqh, but Aqeedah as well. So it is very easy to find all different types in HT, there is very little unifying thought apart from Khilafah.

            I speak from personal experience.

            Ma'aSalaama

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            • #36
              Re: When to take off Hijab

              Originally posted by anna2000uk View Post
              HT do not normally do that??
              I know of shia people who do that "oh we are travellers in this world" etc they say. Never known HT types to do it and i dnt think their organisation tells them 2 do that...
              so jst to clarify that :S
              sister i dont have evidence from paper or any website to validate my claim but thats all what my friend told me about his HT family n like how hard from him is to go against their beliefs in the house(he was the only 1 practicing "sunni" in that family) Allah o Alam
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              • #37
                Re: When to take off Hijab

                Originally posted by Al-Saeed Abdi View Post
                HT don't talk about Fiqh, they only talk about politics. Some may disagree with me, but then how comes they let shia join, considering the differences are not only about Fiqh, but Aqeedah as well. So it is very easy to find all different types in HT, there is very little unifying thought apart from Khilafah.

                I speak from personal experience.

                Ma'aSalaama
                oh okay... so jst depends which person it is within the HT? I understand then. Those whom I known from HT were like practising sunni people... so i assumed that is how the organisation is
                .: Rufaida :.
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                • #38
                  Re: When to take off Hijab

                  Originally posted by anna2000uk View Post
                  oh okay... so jst depends which person it is within the HT? I understand then. Those whom I known from HT were like practising sunni people... so i assumed that is how the organisation is
                  Don't get me wrong, they most definitely are comprised of Sunni majority. But their understanding of Fiqh is contemporary (for a choice of a better word). For instance read “The Social System in Islam.” Where they say it is permitted in Islam for a non-mahrum male and female to shake hands. Even though there are many Ahadeeth to say otherwise.

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                  • #39
                    Re: When to take off Hijab

                    okay i did not know they allow that for shaking hands?!
                    very suprsing
                    subhanallah
                    .: Rufaida :.
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                    • #40
                      Re: When to take off Hijab

                      Originally posted by anna2000uk View Post
                      okay i did not know they allow that for shaking hands?!
                      very suprsing
                      subhanallah
                      Yeah, a lot of Muslims say they are great, but there really isn't anything great about them. HT is nothing more than a social club for little children who like listening to themselves talk.

                      Ma'aSalaama

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                      • #41
                        Re: When to take off Hijab

                        Bumpity bump
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                        • #42
                          Re: When to take off Hijab

                          Originally posted by -Jibril- View Post
                          Bumpity bump
                          ....erm..*sings*

                          "Bump The Elephant isn't quite as elegant
                          Because the sound get's tangled round,
                          In his trunkety trunk.."

                          :D No? ok then :-|

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