Oh my! We know you are busy shopping for Eid, but be careful. Have a look at the son in this video. He literally scratched his head, wondering what his dad was doing! Berhati2 kpd ibu bapa yg ada anak ramai bwk p shpping bawak anak tu. Jgn sampai tersalah bwk anak patung pulakk. Anak da garu kepala tgok bapak dia. Hahaha selamathariraya jgnsalahanak pic. During Hajj, I loved going to drink from the Zam-zam well. I went there many times throughout the day. So, do you reckon I can say my day was well-spent?
I got 4, matches. A Spanish jinn puts together a big magic show for his jinn friends and at the end of it, he says he will disappear after counting to three. He vanished without a tres. A man was admitted to hospital as he had eaten 5 plastic toy horses. His condition is now stable. Q: Why did the Eid balloon go near the needle? A: He wanted to be a Nasheed pop star. I was hoping to bring home some leftovers from the Iftar party but I guess my plans were foiled.
But when I spend time at her house, she still misses me. But her aim is steadily improving. A day before Eid, a woman drove to the local Halal supermarket to buy a turkey to prepare for Eid lunch. Do these turkeys get any bigger?Living in joint family system sometime one doesnt have a choice but to pray in front of brother-in-laws.
In case you mean standing for prayer, while he stands behind you but each of you are praying separately; not in Jamaah then that is no allowed.
The Sixth Condition: As an obligatory precaution, women should stand behind men while praying. At least, her place of Sajdah should be in line with his thighs, when in Sajdah.
And the same applies if one of them starts earlier than the other. Similarly, the prayers of both will be valid if the distance between them is ten arms.
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In any case, I think you just asking if you can pray while a man is present in the room, irrespective of him praying or not. This is allowed as long as your feet are covered. So my prayers are in order while a namahram is in he same room; This part is clear, however I didnt get this part. Thanks for your reply however my question was if my namaz is in order while another namahram is in the same room as me.
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Recommended Posts. Report post. Posted March 18, Praying Salat in front of a na-mahram; Is it allowed? Is our prayers valid? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. What do you mean with praying in front of a na-mahram your brother in law?.
Did you pray in jama'ah with him and you were on the front row?.Nowhere is there a secret counsel between three persons but He is the fourth of them, nor between five but He is the sixth of them, nor less than that nor more but He is with them where ever they are; then He will inform them of what they did on the day of resurrection: surely Allah is Aware of all things. Therefore: The conversations that are carried out with the intention of making others fall into sin lustful conversationssuch as explaining or describing sexual acts and scenes, are haram.
In the event that the man knows that he will not fall into a sin? Therefore: If a man knows that by talking to a non-Mahram woman, he will be compelled to lie, backbite, or put a false accusation on somebody - whether she makes him fall into sin, or he himself by means of talking to her falls into a sin, then it is not allowed to talk to her. Answer: It is not a problem if: it is not the voice of a specific woman whom he knows and this causes her degradation or dishonor; and this action of imitation does not stimulate him and it is not something vain and futile, and the same applies the other way around a woman imitating the voice of a man.
Note and warning: Sometimes, it can be seen that in the hearts of men, the devil has become so firm that many of their social gatherings are doubtful, and it can be seen that a man has more interest in mingling with non-Mahram women than with his own Maharim. For example, there is a situation in which he can ask something from a man, but instead, he asks a non-Mahram woman; sometimes his conversation with non-Mahram women is prolonged so as to be able to talk with them more; going to places of amusement and on vacations with non-Mahram women is more attracting to him; if there is a place where there are non-Mahram women, he desires to be there more than other places; and when guests come over, he tries to talk and socialize more with the non-Mahram women than the men.
He likes to stay in the presence of non-Mahram women more so than anywhere else. In summary, he likes any action that non-Mahram women are participating in more than any other work. Men - especially our dear youth must stay away from these types of things because this kind of socializing and speaking with members of the opposite sex are usually associated with the intention of lust and obtaining sexual pleasure and can lead to being haram, according to Islam.
Note: Just as was mentioned concerning men, sometimes it is possible that women also become under the influence and tricks of the devil. Thus, sometimes a woman will be so friendly to a non-Mahram man as if it is her brother. Especially those women who are in more contact with non-Mahram men more than others, such as nurses, or those women who works in various businesses and companies, in sports and fitness clubs, etc… must be extra cautious when dealing with non-Mahram men.
In the event that the woman knows that she will not fall into sin? What is the ruling for non-Mahram men to hear such a thing? Answer: If it leads to corruption, then it is not allowed. Rather, normally, when women are singing or reciting in the presence of men and men are listening to it, this leads to corruption and thus, it is not allowed.
Answer: As long as there is no intention of lust or corruption involved, then women singing in a chorus and non-Mahram men listening to them, is not a problem. Rather, normally, when women are singing or reciting in the presence of men and men are listening to it, this leads to corruption, and thus, it is not allowed.
Answer: If it is not in the category of Ghina and it is not stimulating, then it is not a problem. Also, is it allowed to print such books? What is the ruling if it is done without the intention of lust? What is our responsibility in this regard?It is not permissible for a man who believes in Allaah and His Messenger to put his hand in the hand of a women who is not permissible for him or who is not one of his mahrams.
Whoever does that has wronged himself i. Narrated by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer, This hadeeth alone is sufficient to deter and to instill the obedience required of us by Allaah, because it implies that touching women may lead to temptation and immorality. This infallible one, the best of mankind, the leader of the sons of Adam on the Day of Resurrection, did not touch women. This is despite the fact that the oath of allegiance was originally given by hand.
So how about men other than the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him? It is not permissible to shake hands even with a barrier in between, such as shaking hands from beneath a garment and the like. This was narrated by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer and al-Awsat. Some of the mufassireen mentioned that the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him called for a vessel of water and dipped his hand in it, then the women dipped their hands in it.
And some of them said that he did not shake hands with them from behind a barrier and had a Qatari cloak over his hand. The most correct view is that this i. The same ruling applies to shaking hands with old women; this is also haraam because of the general meaning of the texts on this issue. It is not permissible for a man to touch the face or hand of a non-mahram woman, and it is not permissible for him to put his hand on hers without a barrier.
This indicates that the hand of the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him did not touch the hand of any woman apart from his wives and concubines, whether in the case of accepting the oath of allegiance or in other cases.
If he did not do that despite the fact that he was infallible and beyond suspicion, then it is even more essential that others heed this prohibition. It appears from the texts that he refrained from doing that because it was haraam for him to do so.
But they differed with regard to looking when there is no desire and no fear of fitnah. The prohibition on touching is stronger than the prohibition on looking, and it is haraam when there is no necessity that would allow it. If it is the case of necessity, e. He said, No, and was emphatic that it is haraam. I said, Should he shake hands with her from beneath his garment? He said, No. Shaykh Taqiy al-Deen also favoured the view that it is prohibited, and gave the reason that touching is more serious than looking.
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Reset password. English en. Portuguese pt. Shaking hands with a non-mahram woman Publication : Views : I would like a detailed answer on the ruling on a man shaking hands with a woman, and the views of the four imams and the majority of scholars on that. Praise be to Allaah. Add a comment Top of page.Islam faces many false claims regarding communication between men and women who are not mahram also referred to as mehram to each other.
In some Muslim communities, people consider that it is completely forbidden for a man to communicate with a non-mahram woman and vice versa. But in reality, there may occur inevitable circumstances where a woman may need to talk to a man and vice versa. First and foremost, as Muslims, we should be aware of who our mahrams and non-mahrams are.
The above picture clearly illustrates the mahram relationships of a female. A woman is permitted to talk freely, be without hijab, etc. We cannot talk to non-mahrams in the same way we do with mahrams. There are a few etiquettes that need to be followed. The conversation should pertain only to the topic discussed at hand without branching off unnecessarily.
The adultery of the eye is the lustful look, and the adultery of the tongue is the licentious speech, the heart desires and yearns, which the parts may or may not put into effect. It is important to avoid joking and laughing. Flirtatious way of communication should also be avoided.
It is better to avoid staring, and lowering the gaze, except after establishing appropriate eye contact. That is purer for them. Indeed, Allah is acquainted with what they do. Both the parties engaging in the conversation should maintain an ordinary tone, and dismiss the use of speech in a soft and gentle manner. And speak in a befitting manner.
Avoid disclosing or asking personal information like the whereabouts of the person, physical characteristics such as height, age and so on. If any or both the parties engage in a conversation that stirs feelings of desire, it is ideal to end the conversation. For a man to shake hands with a non-mahram woman is haraam and is not permitted at all. Sometimes, we face situations where we are offered handshakes by non-mahrams and it leaves us in an uncomfortable position.
When we are in our workplaces or universities, refusing handshakes could gain a lot of attention. Even our own family members who are ignorant of this would offer handshakes and we stand there awkwardly smiling. We feel that refusing handshakes may hurt the other person. It is not so.
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We, as Muslims, should be strong in our faith. Here are some tips to handle such a situation. We very well know that giving into the whisperings of Shaitaan will lead us to do haraam things, and anything that could lead a person to fall into haraam things is also haraam. People falling into adultery, extramarital affairs, office romances, teen relationships and so on originate from intermixing with the opposite gender and engaging in socialization with them.
Thus, as Muslims, we should get ourselves acquainted with our limits and behave in the way permissible in Islam, which ultimately is best for us.Unfortunately we see this western influence spreading like an illness amongst the Muslim youth. As barriers of work and study have been relaxed by parents, as they would like to see their children prosper, it has brought its evils with it.
All men and women have a responsibility under the Shariah that they do not attract the other sex for whom it is unlawful to do so. The measures taken are clear and that all men and women must wear clothing, which are modest and loose.
It is as much haram for a man to wear tight clothing, which would expose the shape of his bodily contours, which are haram for him to show as it is for a woman. The hijab is the head covering and the reason why this is emphasised for a woman is because her hair and head are also recognised as Awrah parts which she must cover.
As for the man the best way he can protect his modesty is to lower his gaze as well as cover his body which would cause a sexual attraction.
Imam Al Quduri the great Hanafi Jurist states "It is not permissible for a man to look at a woman who is not his wife or un-marriageable relative except for her face and hands because of the necessity of her need to deal with men in taking and giving and the like. If a man is not safe from lust, he may not look at her face except for when it is demanded by necessity.
The above tells us the strict ruling of looking at a woman never mind having a relationship with her. The Prophet May Allah bless him and grant him peace has said that the eye that looks at a woman non Mahram or vice versa with intent of lust or a relationship is the eye that commits fornication zina.
In a lengthy Hadith he says. The fornication of the two ears is the obscene talk. The fornication of the tongue and hand is the touch and grasp. And the fornication of the two feet is the steps taken towards evil.
The heart desires and longs and the private parts abide with or does contrary to it".
Etiquette of Speaking With non-Mahram :: Women in Islam
Mishkat ul Masabih, Abu Dawood. Teenage relationships start off as friendship and eventually can lead to fornication. This is why the Prophet of Allah said "When two people illegally are together alone then the third is shaitaan" Bukhari. Great Britain has the highest amount of teenage pregnancies in the whole of Europe. In37, girls under the age of 16 became pregnant, this figure has risen every year since. In the figure was and in the figure has reached a record level of Allah wants to protect the young male and female from such actions.
Young Girls and boys must realise that fornication sex outside marriage is one of the worst sins for a Muslim. The Prophet of Allah has said "The greatest sin after polytheism shirk is the man who commits fornication with a woman who is not his legal wife" Ibn Kathir, Mishkat. In fact it is so serious that the greatest of gifts, which is Imaan faithis removed from the fornicator until the evil act is finished.The woman should speak without elongating the words, making her voice soft, or raising her voice.
It is Haram for a man to listen with enjoyment, for fear of Fitnah temptation. You are not like any other women. If you keep your duty to Allahthen be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease of hypocrisy, or evil desire for adultery, etc.
What is forbidden is being too soft in speech. It is obligatory for women to speak in an honorable manner, which means, that they should not make their voices soft when addressing men. In conclusion, what is required of the Muslim woman when she speaks to a non-Mahram man is that she should adhere to what is mentioned in this Ayah. Within the guidelines described above, there is nothing wrong with a woman speaking to a non-Mahram man.
It is also permissible for men to greet women with Salam and vice versa, according to the most correct opinion, but this greeting must be free of anything that may provoke desire in the person in whose heart is a disease, so as to be safe from Fitnah and pay attention to the regulations outlined above. If there is fear of Fitnah being provoked by this greeting, then the woman should refrain from either initiating or returning the greeting, because warding off Fitnah by neglecting the greeting is warding off mischief, and warding off mischief takes precedence over doing something useful.
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