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15-10-2008 @ 3:56 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Umm Yahya ruwayda bint Nur Ajam (United Arab Emirates)
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Assalamu alaikum
Is it permissible for a women to wear eye liner outside her home even if she does wear niqaab, but her eyes are exposed?  

15-10-2008 @ 6:44 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Umm Muhammad Jameelah Iman Muhammad bint Vasquez (North America)
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Women Wearing Kohl  

(***) asks from Cairo - Egypt: the beautification of the woman by putting kohl in her eyes;is it allowed?

"It is permissible for the woman to wear kohl in her eyes in front of the women and her husband or mahaarim. As for in front of the foreign man (al-ajnabee),it is not permissible for her to uncover her face and neither her kohled eyes, due to his statement the glorified:
'And when you ask(his wives)for anything you want,ask them from behind a screen, that is purer for your hearts and for their hearts'

(Surah Al-ahzaab:53)

So there is no harm in her wearing the face veil in which her two eyes or one of them are apparent, but without applying kohl, infont of the ajnabee. And what is intended by the ajnabee is, whoever is not a mahram of the woman like her husband's brother, or her husband's paternal uncle, or the son of her paternal uncle (cousin), or other than them,regardless of whether they are Muslim or kuffaar."

Shaykh `Abdul-`Azeez Bin Baz  

Translated by Umm Mujaahid Naheeda bint Abdul Khaaliq bin Muhammad Faadil

Was Salaam,
Jameelah Iman Muhammad bint Vasquez

Allaah The Exalted Says:
"And seek help in patience and As-Salat and truly, it is extremely heavy and hard except for Al-Khashi'un." Surah al-Baqarah:45

12-11-2008 @ 9:34 PM    Notify Admin about this post
Abu 'Abdirrahmaan Adnaan ibn Salman (Birmingham, UK.)
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A hadeeth and discussion from Shaikh Al-Albaanee rahimahullaah:

Attached FileKohl.doc (30 Kbytes)

19-11-2008 @ 2:14 AM    Notify Admin about this post
Umm Musa bint Muhammad (New York)
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Asalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatuh,

Here is what the clip above contains:

[From Shaikh Al-Albaaneeıs Jilbaab-ul-Marıat-ul-Muslimah:]

From Subay`ah bint al-Haarith: ıThat she was married to Sa`d ibn Khawlah, and he died during the Farewell Hajj, and he had fought at Badr. So she gave birth before four months and ten days had elapsed since his death, so Abus Sanaabil ibn Ba`kak met her when she had left her after-birth bleeding period. So she had applied collyrium (eye-kuhl), [and dyed (her hands), and prepared herself]. So he said to her: ıWait! Perhaps you intend to get married? The period must be four months and ten days from the death of your husband. She said: So I went to the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and mentioned to him what Abus-Sanaabil ibn Ba`kak had said. So he said: <<You became lawful (to marry) when you gave birth. >>


So it is established that the face is not `awrah which must be covered. This is the position of the majority of the scholars-as Ibn Rushd said in ıal-Bidaayahı (1/89)-and from them were Aboo Haneefah, Maalik, ash-Shaafi`ee, and one narration from Ahmad-as occurs in al-Majmoo` (3/169); and at-Tahaawee quotes it in Sharhul-Ma`aanee (2/9) from the two students of Aboo Haneefah also; and it is clearly stated in ıal-Muhimmaatı from the books of the Shaafi`ees as being what is correct-as was mentioned by ash-Shaikh ash-Sharbeenee in al-Iqnaa` (2/110).
However it is befitting that this be restricted to when there is not upon the face, and likewise the two hands, anything from adornment, because of the generality of His Saying-He the Most High:
ﮋ وَلَا يُبْدِينَ زِينَتَهُنَّ ﮊ
[AN-NOOR (24):31]
[[Meaning: And let them not reveal their adornment]]

otherwise it will be obligatory to cover that, especially in this time when women have been tempted to adorn their faces and hands with different types of adornments and colourings-which no Muslim, indeed no person with intellect and jealous shame, would doubt about their forbiddance; and ıkuhlı (eye collyrium) and hand-dye do not fall into this since they are excepted in the Aayah, as has preceded.

[Translated by Aboo Talhah hafizahullaah]

From this, is seems as though there is something in the Sunnah indicating the allowance of women wearing kuhl and henna on their hands in the open, even for the purpose of marriage. So, doesn't this take precedence to the opinion that such beautifications are not permissible outside? (Because this opinion is not based upon a Hadith with daleel).

I wasn't making a statement, what I wrote above is open to discussion inshaAllah as I wish to understand this concept best I can insha'Allah.

barakAllahu feekum

30-01-2010 @ 11:51 AM    Notify Admin about this post
Oum Lamees Bintu Ismail Ibn Abu Shamsedine as-Salafi (Mekkah)
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