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The Green Manalishi
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True, it's a good idea to buy it and be prepared, i wore my dad's ihram
InshaAllah things will come through and you'll go sis!
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(Original post by The Green Manalishi)
True, it's a good idea to buy it and be prepared, i wore my dad's ihram
InshaAllah things will come through and you'll go sis!
Lol
InshAllah, i really want to go! My oldest brother has been 4 times, second oldest has been about 3 times and parents have been the once. So its me and my third oldest brothers turn now :p: lol
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Lol
InshAllah, i really want to go! My oldest brother has been 4 times, second oldest has been about 3 times and parents have been the once. So its me and my third oldest brothers turn now :p: lol
Wow! That's fantastic! Lots of times..!

I wanted to ask, is attar for females allowed? Not sure on this but i have an idea...
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(Original post by The Green Manalishi)
Wow! That's fantastic! Lots of times..!

I wanted to ask, is attar for females allowed? Not sure on this but i have an idea...
Yeup

Attar?
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Yeup

Attar?
Err, perfume that's like non-alcoholic...
I know it's to do with modesty and subsequent gestures and not the 'alcohol' aspect, but see the example below
Reason i'm asking is that I've heard perfume is not permissible for a woman (outside her home?) so what about Attar?

The same way kohl is the exception to make-up and such then would attar be the exception to the perfume rule?

Just a thought to ponder... Think it's been asked before, but i can't remember the response so I'm asking again
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(Original post by The Green Manalishi)
Err, perfume that's like non-alcoholic...
I know it's to do with modesty and subsequent gestures and not the 'alcohol' aspect, but see the example below
Reason i'm asking is that I've heard perfume is not permissible for a woman (outside her home?) so what about Attar?

The same way kohl is the exception to make-up and such then would attar be the exception to the perfume rule?

Just a thought to ponder... Think it's been asked before, but i can't remember the response so I'm asking again

Ooo like musk.
Erm, i dont know. Imo, i think its allowed but not too much that a person walking past you can smell it.
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is shaving allowed? continuing the beardy theme from before
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is shaving allowed? continuing the beardy theme from before
Think it's Sunnat to grow a beard which is a fist length long. Not sure if it's compulsory... Don't think so.
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is shaving allowed? continuing the beardy theme from before
The Opinions of the Four Schools of Thought



The Hanafis: They say that it is forbidden for a man to shave his beard, and they have instructed shaving any excessive hair over a handful; cutting anything from what is less than a handful is not allowed.



The Malikies: They ruled on the prohibition of shaving the beard, as well as shortening it if this would result in any disfigurement. If cutting parts of it when it gets too long would not result in any disfigurement, then it is allowed. However, some said that this would be Makrooh (undesirable).



The Shafi'is: They said that shaving the beard is Makrooh (undesirable), although Ibn Al-Rif'ah opposed this ruling, and said that Imam Ash-Shafi'i has stated in his book "Al-Umm" that this is Haram, not just Makrooh. Al-Athra'iy said that the correct opinion amongst the Shafi'is is that shaving it is Haram, unless it had defects.



The Hanbalis: They ruled that shaving the beard is forbidden. No disagreement about this has been reported in the Hanbali school of thought, as stated in "Al-Insaf".



[The above narrations were mentioned by Sheikh Ali Mahfooz, in his book Al-Ibdaa', page 410].
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hmm but if you don't shave your beard wont grow...
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(Original post by SketchyCanvas)
The Opinions of the Four Schools of Thought



The Hanafis: They say that it is forbidden for a man to shave his beard, and they have instructed shaving any excessive hair over a handful; cutting anything from what is less than a handful is not allowed.
Forbidden? as in you will get a sin for shaving your beard? :confused:
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hmm but if you don't shave your beard wont grow...
Your post is self-negating (and absurd, to say the least!).

Read it again to see how ludicruous it sounds.
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Your post is self-negating (and absurd, to say the least!).

Read it again to see how ludicruous it sounds.
It's ludicrous

I think Usama Ahmed was joking
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Forbidden? as in you will get a sin for shaving your beard? :confused:
:ditto: I never thought it was wajib (compulsory)...
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Wow! That's fantastic! Lots of times..!

I wanted to ask, is attar for females allowed? Not sure on this but i have an idea...
im sure it is bro

i love wearing attar

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I think Usama Ahmed was joking
I think he was serious. It's commonly thought that shaving stimulates faster/ thicker beard growth.
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im sure it is bro

i love wearing attar

I love it too, got some great ones from Makkah Only wear it to the Masjid on fridays though

Assalamu Alaikum to all!
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(Original post by The Green Manalishi)
I love it too, got some great ones from Makkah Only wear it to the Masjid on fridays though

Assalamu Alaikum to all!
walakyum salam

i wear it on fridays too

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brother rashid

im going off now, back to my revision

asslamuakuym
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(Original post by SketchyCanvas)
Lol
InshAllah, i really want to go! My oldest brother has been 4 times, second oldest has been about 3 times and parents have been the once. So its me and my third oldest brothers turn now :p: lol
Mashallah your brothers have been to Hajj quite alot of times. I'm hoping to go Umrah next year inshallah.
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