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    I know ill probably receive a lot of mixed views but I want to know...
    I have a pair of ripped jeans, not proper holes there s like thread over it or something but when your legs are bent you can see a tiny bit of the skin on my right knee...
    I'm also a muslim girl and my dad got upset that I wore them. I was also wearing a knee length dress and hijab but when I sat down you could probably see a tiny bit of skin...
    Is it wrong to wear them? Is my dad right? or is it permissible even though my outfit wasn't fitted...?
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    As far as I know about clothes and Islam, your clothes shouldn't show skin, be tight-fitting or see-through.
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    (Original post by sumayyahj)
    I know ill probably receive a lot of mixed views but I want to know...
    I have a pair of ripped jeans, not proper holes there s like thread over it or something but when your legs are bent you can see a tiny bit of the skin on my right knee...
    I'm also a muslim girl and my dad got upset that I wore them. I was also wearing a knee length dress and hijab but when I sat down you could probably see a tiny bit of skin...
    Is it wrong to wear them? Is my dad right? or is it permissible even though my outfit wasn't fitted...?
    of course it is wrong. If you are asking as a muslim. and you do know it is taboo in islam. so why are you asking ?
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    who cares if ur religion is so strict that u cant show ur knees then ur religion is stupid
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    (Original post by mangala)
    who cares if ur religion is so strict that u cant show ur knees then ur religion is stupid
    Thats such a triggering statement, where do you get off on saying such a statement?! Omg i cant even right now.
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    (Original post by heineken)
    Thats such a triggering statement, where do you get off on saying such a statement?! Omg i cant even right now.
    i butter my toast by teabagging a tub of butter and slapping my balls on the toast mate
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    Crikey. I know it's your religion and everything, but non-Muslims reading this will find it both extremely controlling and completely alien when people have to ask others for advice on something as innocent as a slither of knee showing!
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    (Original post by uberteknik)
    Crikey. I know it's your religion and everything, but non-Muslims reading this will find it both extremely controlling and completely alien when people have to ask others for advice on something as innocent as a slither of knee showing!
    yeah, I honestly can't wrap my head around the fact that your own father might be mad at a tiny bit of patella ??? I'm actually not hating just thoroughly confused
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    (Original post by sumayyahj)
    I know ill probably receive a lot of mixed views but I want to know...
    I have a pair of ripped jeans, not proper holes there s like thread over it or something but when your legs are bent you can see a tiny bit of the skin on my right knee...
    I'm also a muslim girl and my dad got upset that I wore them. I was also wearing a knee length dress and hijab but when I sat down you could probably see a tiny bit of skin...
    Is it wrong to wear them? Is my dad right? or is it permissible even though my outfit wasn't fitted...?
    the bigger issue is whether your jeans are Levis - because they were invented by a jewish dude - uh oh!
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    Sister, ripped jeans aren't allowed because it shows skin and bits of your figure.
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    (Original post by mangala)
    who cares if ur religion is so strict that u cant show ur knees then ur religion is stupid
    Why don't u mind ur language our Islam cares about our identity because of boys cause boy annoy girls by picking on them so they say to wear full clothes so u don't get picked on
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    youre not gonna go to hell for showing a bit of skin lol

    also, i think its worth considering why modesty for women is so insisted upon in islam in the first place. mainly to protect the woman, right? so that they can go about their daily life without being sexualised? no one's gonna look at your knees and think "mmm sexy knees cant wait to hit that" unless they have a super weird fetish.
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    youre not gonna go to hell for showing a bit of skin lol

    also, i think its worth considering why modesty for women is so insisted upon in islam in the first place. mainly to protect the woman, right? so that they can go about their daily life without being sexualised? no one's gonna look at your knees and think "mmm sexy knees cant wait to hit that" unless they have a super weird fetish.
    They do tho... it makes them think of the other skin...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    They do tho... it makes them think of the other skin...
    i mean...... everyone has skin. if i see the skin on my hand i wouldn't immediately think about the skin on my Boob
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    No honey
    you need to put a hijab on you knees
    You have no idea how many guys you're gonna attract with those sexy knees of yours :rofl:
 
 
 
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