Is the guardian of an adult woman with an intellectual disability obliged to force her to wear hijab?I have a sister who has reached the age of accountability, but she has an intellectual disability. Is she obliged to wear hijab?
Is it permissible to wear the mask instead of the niqab?I want to know the ruling on women replacing the niqab with the mask, because this thing has become widespread among women, even among those who used to wear niqab. And it is Allah Whose help we seek.
It is not permissible for a female doctor to take off her hijab when visiting patients, even if the laws governing her work require her to do thatI am thinking about becoming a gynaecologist as I am aware that there is a need of female Muslim doctors. But as I live in the west, there are very strict health and safety rules in hospitals. One of the rules is that all hospital staff whilst training and working in the hospital must roll their sleeves up above their elbows to allow arms to be washed up to the elbows in between seeing different patients, to prevent the spread of bacteria and diseases. I have enquired at hospitals if they would allow concessions due to my religious beliefs but they have said that they cannot do anything about that as all hospital staff are required to follow the health and safety rules. What is the ruling on showing my arms whilst working in the hospital because of necessity? Also, I wear the niqab But the niqab is also another issue in hospitals. I am not allowed to wear it whilst seeing patients. Will it be okay for me to remove the niqab whilst Im seeing patients? And of course I'll wear it everywhere else إن شاء الله. Please advise me. I don't want to sin but I don't see any other way. I don't have the means the move to a Muslim country to do medicine, as my parents are not willing to move with me and I cant travel without a mahram, and there are also issues with languages since I can only speak English. May Allah reward you for your efforts.
Hijab in Islam is not due to sexual obsessionI am curious about the coverings that you have to wear if youre a female in your religion/culture. it really does all seem very vain for us that are Christian because it implies that a woman thinks every man wants her if she is not wearing this type of garb. it also seems that men are not to be trusted with someone from your culture/religion becuase of your "beauty" that you feel you posess, but people could be beautiful and not every man wants them. can you shed some light on this for me? I will be honest and say that when I see someone wearing this, I always think "how vain are you?". thank you ahead of time for replying.
Ruling Concerning Ridiculing a Woman who Wears the Proper Hijab and Covers Her FaceWhat is the ruling concerning one who ridicules those who wear the proper hijab and cover their faces and hands?
The Hijab of a Young GirlWhat is the ruling concerning the young girls who have not reached the age of puberty? Is it allowed for them to go out without covering themselves? Can they pray without wearing a head covering?
Should she take off her hijaab because her husband tells her to?I am wearing hejab for 1 year naw and my husband wants me to take it off and i think it will cause me problems with my husband if i dont what should i do
Can a Muslim woman uncover in front of her non-Muslim father, and can she travel with him?Can a Muslim woman uncover in front of her non-Muslim father, and can she travel with him?
Ruling on preventing women with improper hijab from entering the mosqueIs it permissible to prohibit women who are not covered in the proper islaamic covering from entering the masjid ? (after they have been given the proper naseeha) Please advise the daleel.Jazzakallahu khayrun
Muslim woman’s hijab in front of non-Muslim womenWhat is the role of Islam regarding hejab muslim women infront of non muslim women ,and is it allowed for non muslim women to cut muslim women's hair?
A Muslim woman does not have to wear hijaab in front of her non-Muslim mother’s husbandWhat is the ruling regarding wearing hijab in front of my mother's husband? Neither of them are Muslim, although Alhumdulilah, they are accepting of my being Muslim. They have no children together and married after I had already moved out of the house. Would he be considered my mahram or not?Juzak Allah kheir
Islamic Dress Code for FemalesBeing a Muslim woman, how must they wear their attire to say that she is a Muslim woman?
Obligation of wearing hijaabAssalam alaikoum, I'm a muslima since august 1996. My problem is about hijaab. I really want to wear it but it's very difficult to do it in France. I'm not married (I will be next year, incha Allah) and I live alone, so I'm obliged to work in my country. In France, it is extremely difficult to find a job and wearing hijaab. I feel very bad about that, I know the meaning of wearing hijaab, I don't want to wear it and to take it off later. For the moment, I have large garments and do my best to have a correct attitude. I plan to go to Boston for working next year, I know there is no problem of that kind there. My problem is just in France and just for one year, I don't want to stay there because of the reaction of French people (I'm French with no Arabic origins). So my question is: Is it possible (I mean correct) to wear hijaab all the time except for working ? thank you very much.
His mother wants his wife to uncover her face in front of his relatives but his wife refuses to do thatI am newly married.My spouse covers her face infront of all non-mehram men.She even covered her face on the day of our nikah and none of my male relatives(non-mehram) were unable to see her face till today.My mother is very angry about this and she is telling me that she is very much insulted infront of our relatives because of my wife.She is now compelling me to remove my wifes nikaab & show her face to all our family members.My father and all my other relatives are supporting my mother in this case.Covering all the body with loose garments is alright for my mother with the exception of covering face. After months of debates between me and my mother in this issue now my mother is telling that she wil grant permission to cover my wife's face if my wife show her face to all my male relatives(non-mehram) for one time for the purpose of identification. On the other hand my wife wish to wear nikab for the sake of allah,she dont want to uncover her face not even for one time in front of non-mehram men. My mother is crying infront of me and continuously reminding me about 'jurayj' incident.She is telling that even 'jurayj' was afflicted with his mothers curse for making salah against his mother's call.If this is the case for most important salah then what is the ruling on putting nikab by going against and hurting mother's heart? Should i obey my mother or should I stand with my wife in this case?
Ruling on a woman removing facial hair by laserWhat is the ruling on a woman removing facial hair by laser, and spending a lot of money on that every year? What is the ruling on doing that in Ramadan, knowing that the woman’s hair is light and there is no hormonal problem?
A new Muslimah is doubtful about the obligation of wearing hijab when prayingIm a new muslim revert. Im wondering how a muslimah is to dress during prayer. It doesn't say to wear hijab during salaat in quran or at least I couldn't find it. Will my prayers still be accepted if I don't wear hijab or something that doesn't cover my body? I wear hijab in public and around men but I know Allah isn't looking at me sexually so why do I have to cover up? When I die I will only be wearing a white sheet and no clothes and when I rise from the grave on judgment day, I will still have no clothes on. When I speak to Allah on judgment day I will be naked so why is it not ok for me to speak to Allah during salaat wearing whatever I want? Allah sees everything and he is my creator so that means he sees me naked all the time. Islam and salaat is supposed to be easy. I feel I'm losing my Iman and I haven't been praying lately because of this issue and I can't find the right answer. I want to pray wearing only my pajamas (short and t-shirt) but I'm afraid something bad will happen to me if I don't wear hijab.
Woman’s clothing at homeIs it a sunnah to cover the head while cooking and being at home even if theres no non mahram men?
It is not permissible for a girl to wear short clothes in front of her parents under any circumstancesFor a very long time, I was unaware that I had to dress modestly around my parents. So I would cover when going out, but at home with just my parents, I would wear pants and short tops. However, I have learnt recently that I should not wear tight fitting clothes around them. My problem is that, because I did not know this for such a long time, the only clothing I have to wear around them sometimes at the moment are the pants and short tops. This is honestly all I have. I have some modest clothing, but my parents do not allow me to wear it at certain times such as when eating, etc. and so I have no choice but to wear the pants and short tops. I am planning to buy some longer tops that will reach down to my knees, but I am completely dependent on my parents and so I cannot go out and buy them immediately. My question is, is it permissible for me to wear the pants and short tops around my parents only, due to necessity, until I can buy some more modest clothing? If it is permissible, should I avoid being around my parents when wearing such clothing as much as possible? This can be difficult as we live together and I would probably have to close myself up in my bedroom sometimes to avoid them. Please reply soon as I am in desperate need of guidance.
She wants to study gynaecology but that may require her to take off the niqab sometimesI am a 16 year old muslim girl who lives in the U.K. I am in year 11 and finishing secondary school in a couple of weeks. I am of the opinion that covering the face and hands is obligatory. I want to go to sixth form but only a minority are not mixed . So I am trying to find some schools that have an an all girls sixth form or more females than males in the school. In order to reduce and prevent free-mixing as much as possibble. As, I have seen the evil consequences of free mixing(in regards to others not personally me) ; my secondary school is a mixed school. At the time I wanted to leave my parents didnt allow me. I would be dissallowed to wear the niqab to secondary school so I wear it outside of school. I fear that these few sixth forms and colleges that accepted me wearing niqab, may want me to remove my niqab and gloves during science practical lessons. Such as, when things are being heated or burnt due to health and safety reasons. Also when I am sitting exams for identification purposes. Am I allowed to comprimise and remove my niqab during these practicals? Or even when I inshaAllah go to medical school to become a gyneacologist/obetrician. I think the niqab will not be permitted. So am I sinworthy if I take my niqab off whilst in the school? Even though males will be around? Or am I permitted because I want a career path that can benefit muslims and women in particular?
Ruling on celebrating World Hijab DayWorld Hijab Day is celebrated on 1 February every year. What do the scholars say about that? What is your view concerning this issue? Is this regarded as coming under the heading of innovation (bid ‘ah)?