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Wearing hijab and underwear

think that blind man
can still see us?
A Muslim asks a scholar

Is it ok to take off the burqa in front of a blind man?
Are you serious?

And the scholar replies
I guess that proves he is…

Praise be to Allaah.

There is nothing wrong with a woman taking off her niqab or khimar in front of a blind man.
The Messenger of Allah told Fatima, he is a blind man and you can take off your garment.”

In another report it says: “If you take off your khimar he will not see you.”

Hmm….blind guys can’t see. Was this really news back then?
Apparently this question has been asked more than once…

Shaykh ‘Uthaymeen was asked: What is the ruling on observing hijab in front of a blind teacher?

He replied: what an Allah dammed stupid question. Go slap yourself! Blind men can’t see. Damn fool.
Just kidding, here is what he really said….

There is no hijab in front of a blind teacher because the Prophet said to Fatima: “..for he is a blind man and you can take off your garment.” End quote.

Apparently there was only one Hadith on this matter. So their conclusion was/is….

The correct view – and Allah knows best – is that she does not have to observe hijab in front of a blind man, meaning; covering her face in his presence. End quote.

And Allaah knows best

Allah didn’t say an Allah damned thing about this stupid, bad Hadith.
And, I’m assuming they’d never heard of Roman hands and Russian fingers….ha

A Muslim asked a scholar

A friend of mine told me that wearing the modern under wear is not Hadith/sunnah. Is this true?

And the scholar replies

Praise be to Allaah.

Our shaykh ‘Abd al-Rahmaan al-Barraak answered this question as follows:

“Underwear and other types of clothing have to do with habits based on people’s traditions (‘urf), so long as they do not contradict the sharia.

Hold up. Sharia has a laughing law but it doesn’t have an underwear law. So this answer will probably be based on what someone said 1400 years ago… a dead guy said..

The wearing of pants (sirwaal) was known at the time of the Prophet because of the Hadith of Ibn ‘Umar concerning what the person in a state of ihraam for Hajj or ‘Umrah (that’s when they run around the Kabba in Mecca) is forbidden to wear: ‘The men should not wear a shirt or turban or pants…’

Kinky…but who does that every day?
There is nothing wrong with wearing underwear (halal) so long as it does not involve anything that is haram (forbidden), such as crosses or pictures of animate beings, or women wearing men’s clothes and vice versa.

What if the underwear had words that said… 
if you put crosses over pictures of animated beings, you can't see the picture....and the guy wearing them was blind, does that count?

A Muslim asks a scholar…..if it were me, I think I’d keep my stupids to myself, but he asks..

In a moment of anger, I was speaking to a friend of mine and he asked me what if I was given a third daughter? I said to him: If my wife gives birth to a third daughter, I will divorce her.

But I did not mean what I said. Does this count as a divorce (talaaq)?

And the scholar replies

Praise be to Allaah.

Your saying “If my wife gives birth to a third daughter, I will divorce her” -comes under the heading of promising to divorce in the future.

If she gave birth to a daughter but you did not divorce her, then nothing has happened.

This is confirmed by the fact that you did not mean what you said: you did not intend for a divorce to happen at that time and you did not make it conditional upon her giving birth to a daughter.

Uh yeah he did, read the question again, scholar.

But if you said, “If my wife gives birth to a third daughter then she is divorced,” then divorce takes place if she gives birth to a third girl.

First, if I were this guys wife I would buy back my vagina (divorce him-Nikkah) and then, use the money to hire 5 large men to go to the scholars house and cut all his dresses into mini-skirts. But that’s me.

The scholar finishes his made up advice with…

You should beware of using the words of divorce (talaaq) in ways other than that for which they were prescribed, namely ending a marital relationship when the husband decides to do that for reasons which make it permissible to divorce.

And Allah knows best.

He didn’t quote Allah. But I will, and I’ll smack em both

16:56 ‘…By Allah, ye shall certainly be called to account for your false inventions
holla schola

16:57 ‘…- and for themselves sons,- the issue they desire!

16:58 When news is brought to one of them, of the birth of a female child, his face darkens, and he is filled with inward grief!

16:59 With shame does he hide himself from his people, because of the bad news he has had! Shall he retain it on sufferance and contempt, or bury it in the dust? Ah! what an evil choice they decide on?

These verses were talking about a pagan tribe who thought females were a burden.  They wanted boys...who would probably grow up and die in a war.

81:8  When the female infant, buried alive, is questioned
81:9 For what crime she was killed

Allah told them they were not a burden and that Allah gives you daughters for a reason...they live longer.

13:8 Allah doth know what every female womb doth bear, by how much the wombs fall short of their time or number or do exceed. Every single thing is before His sight

42:49 ‘…Allah bestows children male or female according to His Will and Plan

And to those who believe….


If any do deeds of righteousness,- be they male or female - and have faith, they will enter Heaven, and not the least injustice will be done to them

And come back on Sunday :D

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