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Subject: SAWAAL JAWAAB (WE NEED INFORMETION)
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aadil_08 14.08.09 - 10:21am
E.G: kisi ko gusal karne ka tarika nahi aata hai, kisi ko waju karne ka tarika nahi aata hai, abhi bhi bahot se muslims hai jo a sab abhi sahi tareke se karne nahi jante. so pls help them. *

kawakib 14.08.09 - 06:21pm
Adil bhai apka bahut shukriya itna useful topic banane ke liye.allah apko zaza-e-khair de. Inshaallah yaha jo bhi sawaal mujhse puchha jayega,mai uska jawaab quran o hadis ki roshni mai dena ki koshish karunga, so plz sabhi apne sawal yaha post kare. *

useme007 15.08.09 - 09:01am
ok kawakib bhai watt s ur real name ? aur mujhe gusal karne ka waju karne ka sahi tarika bataye *

aadi21 16.08.09 - 02:05am
Gusul karne ka tariqa...... Gusul karne se pahle apni sharam gah ko a6i tarha saf karle (ye sunnate rasool sallallaho Alaihi wasallah hai)... Agar kahi nijasat lagi ho badan par to use b saf karle............. Gusul me 3 farz hai..........1)garare k sath kulli karna..2)Naak k Naram haddi tak pani ka pahoncahna....3)sare badan par pani ka bahana is tarha k badan k har baal se 2bund pani beh jae.... *

kawakib 16.08.09 - 07:21am
GUSL KA TARIKA -
Maimuna (r.d.a.) rivayat karti hai ki nabi (s.a.w.) ne gusl ka irada farmaya to sabse pahle dono hatho ko dhoya, fir sharmgah ko dhoya, fir ulta hath (left hand) jisse sharmgah dhoya tha zamin par ragda or dhoya, fir kulli ki or naak me pani dala, fir muh dhoya, fir kohniyo (tak hath) dhoya, fir sar par pani dala or balo ki jado tak pani pahuchaya, 3 bar sar par pani dala, fir tamam badan par pani dala, fir jaha apne gusl kiya tha us jagah se hat kar pair dhoye.
SAHIH BUKHARI, KITABUL GUSL, HADITH NO. 249, 257, 259, 260, 274, 276, 281
SAHIH MUSLIM, HADITH NO. 317 *

kawakib 16.08.09 - 07:39pm
WUJU KA TARIKA -
(1)bismillah kahte huye wuju karo
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
malum rahe ki wuju ke shuruat ke samay sirf BISMILLAH kahna chahiye, arrahmanirrahim ke alfaz ka ijafa sunnat se sabit nahi hai.
*jo shakhs wuju ke shuru mai allah ka nam nahi leta us ka wuju nahi
ABU-DAUD
(2)nabi (s.a.w.) juti pahanne, kanghi karne,hasil karne, matlab yah ki or dusre tamam kamo me daye taraf se shuru karna pasand karte the.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(3) fir dono hath pocho tak 3 bar dhoye
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(4) hatho ke dhote samay hatho ki ungliyo ke darmiyan khilal kare
ABU-DAUD,TIRMIZI
(5) fir 1 chullu lekar adhe se kulli kare or adha nak mai dale or nak ko baye (left hand) hath se jhade, isi tarah 3 martaba kare.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(6) fir 3 martaba muh dhoye.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(7) fir 1 chullu lekar use thhodi ke niche dakhil karke dadhi ka khilal (mashah) kare.
TIRMIZI
(8) fir daya hath (right hand) kuhniyo tak 3 bav dhoye, fir baya hath(left hand) kuhni tak 3 bar dhoye.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(9) fir sar ka masah kare, dono hath sar ke agle hissa se shuru karke guddi tak pichhe le jaye, fir pichhe se age usi jagah le aye, jaha se masah shuru kiya tha.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(10) ap (s.a.w.) ne sar ka 1 dafa masah kiya
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(11) fir kano ka masah is tarah kare ki shahadat ki ungliyan dono kano ke surakho se gujar kar kano ki pusht par anguthho ke sath masah kare
IBNE-MAZA,TIRMIZI
(12) fir daaya pair takhno tak 3 baar dhoye, or baaya pair bhi takhno tak 3 bar dhoye.
BUKHARI,MUSLIM
(13) jab wuju kare to hatho or pairo ki ungliyo ka khilal kare
TIRMIZI,IBNE-MAZA
(14) pairo ki ungliyo ka khilal hath ki chhoti ungli se kare.
ABU-DAUD,TIRMIZI
(15) agar ghav par patti bandhi ho to wuju karte samay patti par masah karle or aaspaas se dhole.
BAIHAQI *

kawakib 16.08.09 - 07:51pm
Useme bhai mujhe MAAZ naam se bula sakte ho mujhe maaz naam bahut pasand hai *

mohsin11 29.07.10 - 03:16pm
read.GIF nice topic. *

ammadsid 1.09.10 - 03:52pm
Can anyone kindly tell me aayat and hadith with reference that prove pardah necessary (obligatory) for muslim woman? *

arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:23pm
The Niqaab in light of the Holy Quran and Sahih Hadith and in the Opinions of the great scholars....



From the Quran.....(This tafseer is Agreed upon by Ibn Kathir, Al-Qurtabi and At-Tabari)

The Noble Qur'an ........

Surah Al-Ahzaab, Verse 59
O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (Jalabib) veils all over their bodies (screen themselves completely except the eyes or one eye to see the way Tafseer Al-Qurtabi) that is most convenient that they should be known (as such) and not molested: and Allah is Oft-Forgiving Most Merciful.

Surah An-Nur, Verses 30 and 31
And Say to the believing women to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal s*xual acts) and not to show off their adornment except only that which is apparent (like both eyes for necessity to see the way, or outer palms of hands or one eye or dress like veil, gloves, head cover, apro n), and to draw their veils all over Juyubihinna (i.e. their bodies, faces, necks and bosoms)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:23pm
From the Hadith.....

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 6, Book 60, Hadith 282
Narrated Safiya bint Shaiba (Radhiallaahu nha) Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha) used to say: When (the Verse): They should draw their veils over their necks and bosoms, was revealed, (the ladies) cut their waist sheets at the edges and covered their faces with the cut pieces.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 1, Book 8, Hadith 368
Narrated 'Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha) Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) used to offer the Fajr prayer and some believing women covered with their veiling sheets used to attend the Fajr prayer with him and then they would return to their homes unrecognized . Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin in tafseer of this hadith explains This hadith makes it clear that the Islamic dress is concealing of the entire body as explained in this hadith. Only with the complete cover including the face and hands can a woman not be recognized. This was the understanding and practice of the Sahaba and they were the best of group, the noblest in the sight of Allah (swt) with the most complete Imaan and noblest of characters. so if the practice of the women of the sahaba was to wear the complete veil then how can we deviate from their path? (Ibn Uthaimin in the book Hijaab page 12 and 13)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:24pm
Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 1, Book 4, Hadith 148
Narrated 'Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha): The wives of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) used to go to Al-Manasi, a vast open place (near Baqia at Medina) to answer the call of nature at night. 'Umar used to say to the Prophet Let your wives be veiled, but Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) did not do so. One night Sauda bint Zam'a the wife of the Prophet went out at 'Isha' time and she was a tall lady. 'Umar addressed her and said, I have recognized you, O Sauda. He said so, as he desired eagerly that the verses of Al-Hijab (the observing of veils by the Muslim women) may be revealed. So Allah revealed the verses of Al-Hijab (A complete body cover excluding the eyes).

Tirmidhi with a SAHIH chain reports...
Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said All of a woman is awrah. (Shaikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid quotes this hadith narrated by Tirmidhi with a sahih isnaad and says this is a direct hadith from Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam ) and has made it clear that a woman must cover everything including the face and hands!)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:24pm
Abu Dawood Book 14, Hadith 2482
Narrated Thabit ibn Qays (Radhiallaahu nhu): A woman called Umm Khallad came to the Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) while she was veiled. She was searching for her son who had been killed (in the battle) Some of the Companions of the Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said to her: You have come here asking for your son while veiling your face? She said: If I am afflicted with the loss of my son, I shall not suffer the loss of my modesty. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said: You will get the reward of two martyrs for your son. She asked: Why is that so, oh Prophet of Allah? He replied: Because the people of the Book have killed him.

Abu Dawood Book 32, Hadith 4090
Narrated Umm Salamah, Ummul Mu'minin (Radhiallaahu nha): When the verse That they should cast their outer garments over their persons was revealed, the women of Ansar came out as if they had crows over their heads by wearing outer garments.

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:25pm
Abu Dawood Book 32, Hadith 4091
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin (Radhiallaahu nha) May Allah have mercy on the early immigrant women. When the verse That they should draw their veils over their bosoms was revealed, they tore their thick outer garments and made veils from them. Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalanee, who is known as Ameer Al-Mu'mineen in the field of Hadith, said that the phrase, covered themselves, in the above Hadith means that they covered their faces. [Fath Al-Bari].

Imaam Malik's MUWATTA Book 20 Hadith 20.5.16
Yahya related to me from Malik from Hisham ibn Urwa that Fatima bint al-Mundhir (Radhiallaahu nha) said, We used to veil our faces when we were in Ihram in the company of Asma bint Abi Bakr As-Siddiq (Radhiallaahu nha). This again proves that not only the wives of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) wore the Niqaab and that even though in Ihram women are not supposed to wear Niqaab but if men are there they still have to cover the face.

Abu Dawood Book 10, Hadith 1829
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin: (Radhiallaahu nha) who said, The riders would pass us while we were with the Messenger of Allah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam). When they got close to us, we would draw our outer cloak from our heads over our faces. When they passed by, we would uncover our faces.
Recorded by Ahmad, Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah, Narrated 'Aisha. [In his work Jilbab al-Marah al-Muslimah, al-Albani states (p. 108) that it is hasan due to corroborating evidence. Also, in a narration from Asma who was not the wife of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam), Asma also covered her face at all times in front of men.] Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin in his tafseer of this hadith explains This hadith indicates the compulsion of the concealing of the faces as an order of Shariah, because during the Ihram it is wajib (compulsory) NOT to wear the Niqaab. So if it was only mustahab (recommended) to cover the face then Aisha and Asma (Radhiallaahu nha) would have taken the wajib over the mustahab. It is well known by the Ullima that a wajib can only be left because of something that is also wajib or fardh. So Aisha and Asma (Radhiallaahu nha) covering the face even in Ihram in the presence of strange (ghairMahraam) men shows that they understood this to be an act that was wajib or fardh or they would not have covered the face in Ihraam.

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:25pm
Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 7, Book 72, Hadith 715
Narrated 'Ikrima (Radhiallaahu nhu) narrates Rifa'a divorced his wife whereupon 'AbdurRahman bin Az-Zubair Al-Qurazi married her. 'Aisha said that the lady (came), wearing a green veil. It is a very long hadith but the point is the women of Sahaba wore the full veil.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 1, Book 8, Hadith 347
Narrated Um 'Atiya (Radhiallaahu nha) We were ordered (by Rasulullah '(Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) to bring out our menstruating women and veiled women in the religious gatherings and invocation of Muslims on the two 'Eid festivals. These menstruating women were to keep away from their Musalla. A woman asked, O Allah's Apostle ' What about one who does not have a veil (the veil is the complete cover with only one eye or two eyes showing)? He said, Let her share the veil of her companion. Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin in tafseer of this hadith explained This hadith proves that the general norm amongst the women of the Sahaba (Radhiallaahu nhuma) was that no woman would go out of her home without a cloak, fully concealed and if she did not posses a veil, then it was not possible for her to go out. it was for this reason that when Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) ordered them to go to the Place for Eid Salah, they mentioned this hindrance. As a result Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said that someone should lend her a veil, but did not say they could go out without it. If Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) did not allow women to go to a place like the Eid Salah, which has been ordered by Shariah for women and men alike, then how can people let women to out to market places and shopping centers without where there is open intermingling of the s*xes, without a veil. (by Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin in the book Hijaab page 11)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:26pm
Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 8, Book 76, Hadith 572
In the end of this very long hadith it quotes Anas (Radhiallaahu nho) rates from Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) and if one of the women of Paradise looked at the earth, she would fill the whole space between them (the earth and the heaven) with light, and would fill whatever is in between them, with perfume, and the veil of her face is better than the whole world and whatever is in it. This show that even the women of Junnah have veils and the word veil is what covers the face (niqaab).

Abu Dawood Book 33, Hadith 4154, Agreed upon by Nasai
Aisha(Radhiallaahu nha) narrates that on one occasion a female Muslim wanted to give a letter to the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam), the letter was delivered to the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) from behind a curtain.
Note: Quoted in the famous book Mishkaat. Here the Mufasereen of hadith have explained that the hadith where women came up to Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) face to face were before the ayah 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 AlAhzb ayah 53) And this hadith proves this order is for the whole Ummah not just for the wives of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam)!

Abu Dawood Book 2, Hadith 0641
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin (Radhiallaahu nha) Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said Allah does not accept the prayer of a woman who has reached rty unless she wears a veil.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 9, Book 89, Hadith 293
Narrated 'Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha) Utba bin Abi Waqqas said to his brother Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas, The son of the slave girl of Zam'a is from me, so take him into your custody. So in the year of Conquest of Mecca, Sa'd took him and said. (This is) my brother's son whom my brother has asked me to take into my custody. 'Abd bin Zam'a got up before him and said, (He is) my brother and the son of the slave girl of my father, and was born on my father's bed. So they both submitted their case before Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam). Sa'd said, O Allah's Apostle! This boy is the son of my brother and he entrusted him to me. 'Abd bin Zam'a said, This boy is my brother and the son of the slave girl of my father, and was born on the bed of my father. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said, The boy is for you, O 'Abd bin Zam'a! Then Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) further said, The child is for the owner of the bed, and the stone is for the adulterer, Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) then said to Sauda bint Zam'a, Veil (screen) yourself before him, when he saw the child's resemblance to 'Utba. The boy did not see her again till he met Allah. note: This hadith proves Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) did infact order the veil to be observed.

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:27pm
Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 7, Book 65, Hadith 375
Narrated Anas (Radhiallaahu nhu) I know (about) the Hijab (the order of veiling of women) more than anybody else. Ubai bin Ka'b used to ask me about it. Allah's Apostle became the bridegroom of Zainab bint Jahsh whom he married at Medina. After the sun had risen high in the sky, the Prophet invited the people to a meal. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) remained sitting and some people remained sitting with him after the other guests had left. Then Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) got up and went away, and I too, followed him till he reached the door of 'Aisha's room. Then he thought that the people must have left the place by then, so he returned and I also returned with him. Behold, the people were still sitting at their places. So he went back again for the second time, and I went along with him too. When we reached the door of 'Aisha's room, he returned and I also returned with him to see that the people had left. Thereupon Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) hung a curtain between me and him and the Verse regarding the order for (veiling of women) Hijab was revealed.

Abu Dawood Book 32, hadith 4100
Narrated Umm Salamah, Ummul Mu'minin (Radhiallaahu nha): I was with Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) while Maymunah was with him. Then Ibn Umm Maktum came. This happened when we were ordered to observe veil. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said: Observe veil from him. We asked: oh Rasulullah! is he not blind? He can neither see us nor recognize us. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said: Are both of you blind? Do you not see him?

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:28pm
The opinions of the great scholars about the Niqaab...


From the Sahaba (Radhiallaahu nhuma) .......

Ibn bbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu), who was one of the most knowledgeable companions of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam), Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) even made duwaa for him saying O Allah, make him acquire a deep understanding of the religion of Islam and instruct him in the meaning and interpretation of things.
Ibn Jarir (Rahimahullah) with an authentic chain of narrators has quoted Ibn Abbaas' (Radhiallaahu n) opinion was that the Muslim women are ordered to cover their head and faces with outer garments except for one eye. (This is quoted in the Ma'riful Qur'an in the tafseer of Surah Ahzaab ayah 33, with reference of Ibn Jarir with a sahih chain of narrators). The Tabiee Ali Bin Abu Talha explained that this was the last opinion of Ibn Abbas and the other opinions quoted from him were from before Surah Al-Ahzaab, Verse 59 and the order of the Jalabib. Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin commented on this saying of Ibn Abbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu) by saying This statement is Marfoo and in shariah that is the same category as a hadith which is narrated directly from Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam). The quote of Ibn Abbas is quoted by many tabi'een like Ali Ibn Abu Talha and Ibn Jarir in Ma'riful Quran by Mufti Muhammad Shafi vol.7 pg.217 and also in Tafseer Ibn Jarir, Vol. 22, pg.29 and also by Imaam Qurtabi all with SAHIH Chains and explained in the book Hijaab by Ibn Uthaimin, Page 9 and authenticated in the book Hijaab wa Safurby Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) on page 11 and by Shaikh AbdulAziz bin Bazz (Rahimahullah) on page 55 and 60 )

Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud (Radhiallaahu nhu) Who was known as the most knowledgeable Sahabi in matters of Shariah. He became Muslim when he was a young kid and ever since that he stayed with Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) and gained the understanding of Quran from him. Umar Ibn Khattab (Radhiallaahu nhu) said about him By Allah, I don't know of any person who is more qualified in the matters dealing with the Quran than Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud
Explained, the word Jilbaab (as mentioned in the Quran Surah Ahzaab ayah 59 ) means a cloak which covering the entire body including the head, face and hands. (Quoted from Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) in his book on fatwaas Page 110 Vol 2 and By Shaikh Ibn Uthamin in the book Hijaab Page 15)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:28pm
The opinions of the great scholars about the Niqaab...


From the Sahaba (Radhiallaahu nhuma) .......

Ibn bbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu), who was one of the most knowledgeable companions of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam), Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) even made duwaa for him saying O Allah, make him acquire a deep understanding of the religion of Islam and instruct him in the meaning and interpretation of things.
Ibn Jarir (Rahimahullah) with an authentic chain of narrators has quoted Ibn Abbaas' (Radhiallaahu n) opinion was that the Muslim women are ordered to cover their head and faces with outer garments except for one eye. (This is quoted in the Ma'riful Qur'an in the tafseer of Surah Ahzaab ayah 33, with reference of Ibn Jarir with a sahih chain of narrators). The Tabiee Ali Bin Abu Talha explained that this was the last opinion of Ibn Abbas and the other opinions quoted from him were from before Surah Al-Ahzaab, Verse 59 and the order of the Jalabib. Shaikh Ibn Uthaimin commented on this saying of Ibn Abbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu) by saying This statement is Marfoo and in shariah that is the same category as a hadith which is narrated directly from Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam). The quote of Ibn Abbas is quoted by many tabi'een like Ali Ibn Abu Talha and Ibn Jarir in Ma'riful Quran by Mufti Muhammad Shafi vol.7 pg.217 and also in Tafseer Ibn Jarir, Vol. 22, pg.29 and also by Imaam Qurtabi all with SAHIH Chains and explained in the book Hijaab by Ibn Uthaimin, Page 9 and authenticated in the book Hijaab wa Safurby Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) on page 11 and by Shaikh AbdulAziz bin Bazz (Rahimahullah) on page 55 and 60 )

Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud (Radhiallaahu nhu) Who was known as the most knowledgeable Sahabi in matters of Shariah. He became Muslim when he was a young kid and ever since that he stayed with Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) and gained the understanding of Quran from him. Umar Ibn Khattab (Radhiallaahu nhu) said about him By Allah, I don't know of any person who is more qualified in the matters dealing with the Quran than Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud
Explained, the word Jilbaab (as mentioned in the Quran Surah Ahzaab ayah 59 ) means a cloak which covering the entire body including the head, face and hands. (Quoted from Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) in his book on fatwaas Page 110 Vol 2 and By Shaikh Ibn Uthamin in the book Hijaab Page 15)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:28pm
Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha)

Stated that in verse 30 and 31 of Surah An Nur What has been allowed to be shown is the hands, bangles and rings but the face must be covered.

(Quoted by Shaikh Abdul A'la Maududi in the book Purdah P 195 and in his Tafseer of Quran under the tafseer of Surah An Nur)

Abu Ubaidah Salmani (Radhiallaahu nhu), an other well known Sahabi is quoted saying Jilbaab should fully cover the women's body, so that nothing appears but one eye with which she can see. (Tafseer Al-Qurtubi) And In the time of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) The women used to don their cloaks (Jilbaabs) over their heads in such a manner that only the eyes were revealed in order to see the road. (The Book Hijaab page 9)

Ubaida bin Abu Sufyan bin al-Harith('Radhiallaahu nhu' An' Other well known and knowledgeable Companion of Rasulullah ) Imam Muhammad bin Sirin (Rahimahullah) One of the most knowledgeable tabi'een) said When I asked Ubaida bin Sufyan bin al-Harith ('Radhiallaahu An') how the jalbaab was to be worn, he demonstrated it to me by pulling a sheet of cloth over his head to cover his entire body, leaving the left eye uncovered. This was also the explanation of the word 'Alaihinna in this verse (Commentary by Ibn Jarir and Ahkam-ul-Quran, Vol.3, p.457 also in hijaab wa Safur quoted by Shaikh AbdulAziz Bin Bazz under the chapter of his fatwaa on hijab on page 54)

From the Tabi 'een..



Hassan Al Basri (Rahimahullah)

States in his tafseer of the Surah An-Nur, What a woman is allowed to show in this Ayah implies to those outer garments (not the face or hands) which the woman puts on to cover her internal decoration (her beauty).

(Quoted in the book Purdah P194 )

Ibn Jarir (Rahimahullah) Quotes the opinion of Ibn bbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu)
Allah has enjoined upon all Muslim Women that when they go out of their homes under necessity, they should cover their faces by drawing a part of their outer garments over their heads. (Tafseer Ibn Jarir, VOL 22, pg.29)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:29pm
The Tabi'ee, Qatadah (Rahimahullah)
Stated that the Jilbab should be wrapped and fixed from above the forehead and made to cover the nose, (although the eyes are to show) and the chest and most of the face are to be covered.

The Tabi'ee Ali bin Abu Talha (Rahimahullah)
Quotes from Ibn Abbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu) that he used to say it was allowed to show the hands and face when Surah Nur ayah 31 was revealed but after Surah Al-Ahzaab, Verse 59 with the word Jalabib was revealed then after this Ibn Abbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu) said that That the Muslim women are ordered to cover their head and faces with outer garments except for one eye. And this was also the opinion of Ibn Mas'ud (Radhiallaahu nhu). (This is quoted by Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) in his book of fatwaa and by Shaikh AbdulAziz Bin Bazz (Rahimahullah) in the book Hijaab wa Safur Page 60)

Imam Muhammad bin Sirin (Rahimahullah) One of the most knowledgeable tabi'een)
When I asked Ubaida bin Sufyan bin al-Harith ('Radhiallaahu nhu' Other well known and knowledgeable Companion of Rasulullah) the meaning of this verse about Alaihinna and how the jalbaab was to be worn, he demonstrated it to me by pulling a sheet of cloth over his head to cover his entire body, leaving the left eye uncovered. This was also the explanation of the word 'Alaihinna in this verse(Commentary by Ibn Jarir and Ahkam-ul-Quran, Vol 3, p.457 also in hijaab wa Sufor quoted by Shaikh AbdulAziz Bin Bazz under the chapter of his fatwaa on hijab on page 54)

From the Mufasireen of Quraan...

The Mufassir, Imaam Al-Qurtubi (Rahimahullah),
Cites in his Tafseer of the Ayah on Jilbaab (Al-Ahzab 33:59), that the Jilbaab is: a cloth which covers the entire body... Ibn 'Abbaas (Radhiallaahu nhu) and 'Ubaidah As-Salmaani (Radhiallaahu nhu) said that it is to be fully wrapped around the women's body, so that nothing appears but one eye with which she can see. (Tafseer Al-Qurtubi Surah Al-Ahzab ayah 59. This was also agreed upon by Imam WahidiImam Neishapuri in the book of tafseer of Quran Gharaib -ul-Quran and Ahkam-ul-Quran, Imam Razi, in his tafseer of Surah Azhab in the book Tafsir-i-Kabir Imam Baidavi in his tafseer of Quran Tafsir-i-Baidavi and by Abu Hayyan in Al-Bahr-ul-Muhit and by Ibn Sa'd Muhammad bin Ka'b Kuradhi and they have all descirbed the use of jalbaab more or less in the SAME way as the two described by Ibn Abbas (Radhiallaahu nhu).)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:30pm
Also from Imaam Qurtubi (Rahimahullah)
in his Al-Jamia li Ahkaamul Qurn states: All women are in effect covered by the terms of the verse which embraces the Share principle that the whole of a woman is wrah (to be concealed) her face, body and voice, as mentioned previously. It is not permissible to expose those parts except in the case of need, such as the giving of evidence (Al-Jamia li Ahkaamul Qurn)

At-Tabari and Ibn Al-Mundhir
described the method of wearing the jalbaab according to Ibn Abbas (Radhiallaahu nhu) and Qatadah (Radhiallaahu nhu). The sheet should be wrapped around from the top, covering the forehead, then bringing one side of the sheet to cover the face below the eyes so that most of the face and the upper body is covered. This will leave both eyes uncovered (which is allowed in necessity).(Rul-ul-Ma'ani, Vol 22, p.89)

Ibn Kathir (Rahimahullah) said...
Women must not display any part of their beauty and charms to strangers except what cannot possibly be concealed. (Quoted by Mufti Ibrahim Desi in his article on hijaab)

Maoulana Abul A'la Maududi (Rahimahullah) In his tafseer of Surah Azhab ayah 59
In verse 59 the third step for social reform was taken. All the Muslim women were commanded that they should come out well covered with the outer garments and covering their faces whenever they came out of their houses for a genuine need. (From Tasfeer of Quran by Maoulana Abul A'la Maududi in tafseer of ayah 59 of Surah Al-Ahzaab)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:30pm
From the 4 Madhabib (4 madhabs).......

Mufti Anwar Ali Adam Al Mazahiri (Mufti A'azam (Head Mufti) of Madrasa Madinatil Uloom Trinidad & Tobago.)
Imam Shafi, Malik and Hanbal hold the view that niqaab (covering the face and the hands completely with only a small area for the eyes to see) as
being compulsory (fard). Imam Abu Hanifa says that niqaab is Wajib and the face and hands can be exposed provided that there is not fear of desire if one looks at the female face, otherwise if there is the slightest chance of desire developing in the looker (the meaning of desire is that the looker would see the female face and think that she is beautiful, s*xual thaught is not what is meant) then exposing the face and hands is Haraam.
(This is from the fatwaa issued by Mufti Anwar Ali Adam Al Mazahiri on 13/9/99. He derived the opnions of the 4 Imaams from these sources Tafseer Ibn Katheer, Tafseer Ma'rifatul Qur'aan, Durre Muhtaar, Fatawa Shami, Al Mabsoot, Fathul Qadeer. And the opinion of Imaam Abu hanifah is a directly derived from his statements in the Famous book of hanafi Fiqh Fatwaa Shami)

Shaikh AbdulAziz Bin Bazz (One of the greatest scholars of our times. He passed away 26th of Muharram 1420 Hijrah. (12th of May 1999) Rahimahullah. He belonged to the Hanbali School of jurisprudence.)It is compulsory for a woman to cover her face in front of non mahram men(This has been quoted in Shaikh Bin Bazz's pamphlet on Hijab and in the book 'Islamic Fatwas regarding Women' and in the Arabic version of the book hijaab Wa Safur page 51)

Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah)
Relates that the correct opinion for the Hanbali and Malki madhaib is that is is wajib to cover everything except one or two eyes to see the way.
(from the Arabic book Hijaab wa Safur under the fatwaa of Ibn Taymiyyah on hijaab, page 10)

Shaikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid
Quotes All of the woman is awrah based on the hadith of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said All of a woman is awrah. (Narrated by Tirmidhi with a sahih isnaad).This is the correct view according to the madhhab of the Hanbalis, one of the two views of the Maalikis and one of the two views of the Shaafais. (Quoted in his book of fatwaa and on his web site)

Jamiatul Ulama Junbi Africa sated that the proper opinion for the Hanafi madhab is that A woman must be properly and thoroughly covered in a loose outer cloak which totally conceals her entire body including her face!
(This from the book Islamic Hijab by Jamiatul Ulama P.12)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:30pm
Mufti-e-Azam Rasheed Ahmad Ludhyanvi (Rahimahullah, one of the head Muftis of the hanafi Madhab of his time This opinion is taken to be the correct opinion of the hanafi madhab today)
Explained in his tafseer of Surah Al-Ahzaab, Verse 59. Allah Ta'ala is telling them that whenever out of necessity they have togo out, they should cover themselves with a large cloak and draw a corner of it over their faces so that they may not be recognised.
(From his article A Detailed, an*lytical review on the Shar'ee hijab)

From the known and respect authentic Ullima.......

Ibn Al-Hazam (Rahimahullah)
In arabic language, the language of the Prophet (saw), the word jilbaab (as mentioned in the Quran Surah Ahzaab ayah 59) means the outer sheet which covers the entire body. A sheet smaller than that which would cover the entire body, cannot be catagrized as jilbaab. (Al-Muhallah, Vol 3. Pg 217)

Ibn Al-Mandhur (Rahimahullah)
Jalabib is plural for Jilbaab. Jalbaab is actually the outer sheet/coverlet which a woman wraps around, on top of her garments to cover herself from head to toe. This covers the body entirely. (Lisan ul-Arab, VOL 1. Pg.273)

Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalanee (Rahimahullah)
A tradition reported on the authority of Aisha (Radhiallaahu nha) says: A woman in a state of Ihram (during Hajj and Umrah) should stretch her head cloth over to her face to hide it. (In Fathul Bari, chapter on Hajj)

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:31pm
Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (Rahimahullah) relates:
Women used to room about without Cloaks (Jilbaabs) and men used to see their faces and hands, but when the verse stating 'O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks over themselves.' (Surah Al-Ahzaab,Verse 59)was reveled, then this was prohibited and women were ordered to wear the Jilbaab. Then Ibn Tayimiyyah goes on to say The word Jilbaab means a sheet which Ibn Mas'ud (Radhiallaahu nhu) explained as a cloak covering the entire body including the head, face and hands. Therefore, it is not permissible for the women to reveal the face and hands in public. (Ibn Taymiyyah's book on fatwaas Page 110 Vol 2 also in the book Hijaab Page 15)

Shaikh AbdulAziz Bin Bazz (Rahimahullah)
According to the understanding of the best generations (the Salaf) after the ayah of hijaab was revealed than Muslims women must cover everything including the face and hands. they can show one eye or two eyes to see the way. this was the opnion held by many of the sahaba like Ibn Abbaas, Ibn Masud, Aisha (Radhiallaahu nhuma) and others and this opnion was upheald by the Tab'ieen who followed than as Ali bin Abi Talha and Muhammad bin Sirin (Rahimahullah) and by the ritious ullima who followed them as Ibn Taymiyyah and Imaam Ahmed bin Hanbal (Rahimahullah) (Quoted from the book hijaab wa Sufor)

Shaikh Abubakar Jassas (Rahimahullah)
states This verse of Surah Ahzab shows that the young women when going out of their homes are ordered to cover their faces from strangers (non-mahram men), and cover herself up in such a manner that may express modesty and chastity, so that people with evil intentions might not cherish hopes from her. (Ahkum Al-Quran, VOL. III, p.48)

Imaam Ghazaali (Rahimahullah) Woman emerged (during the time of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) with NIQAABS on their Faces (From his famous book of Fiqh Ihyaal Uloom)

Qazi Al-Baidavi (Rahimahullah)
to let down over them a part of their outer garments means that they should draw a part of their outer garment in front of their face and cover themselves (Tafsir-I-Baidavi, Vol 4, p.168)

Jamia Binoria Pakistan (This is a Question and Answer from a Mufti at one the highly respected hanafi Islamic Universites of Pakistan)
Ques: Under which conditions are women allowed to leave the home?
Ans: The principle command for women is that they should remain in their home and should not go out without any extreme need because mischief is feared in their going out. However if they have to go out in extreme necessity then they should go with a Mahram and duly covered in Burqa' (a Burqa covers the whole body including the hands and face) or large overlay so that their body including their cloths should not be visible and after buying the required article they should come back at once. In this condition there is no Haraam.

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arab_grl 1.09.10 - 04:31pm
Young women are prohibited from revealing their faces in the presence of men.

Hakimul Ummah Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (Rahimahullah) states in his famous book of Hanafi Fiqh Bahishti Zewar.
It is not permissible for a young woman to expose her face in the presence of ghayr mahrams, nor should she stand in a place where she could be observed. We learn from this, that the custom of exposing the bride's face in public where all the men can observe her is also not permissible. To do so is a major sin. (Bahishti Zewar)

Shaikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid (One of the great scholars of out time.
click here for the full fatwaa on covering the face and who can you uncover the face infront of--Fatwaa on niqaab
The most correct opinion, which is supported by evidence, is that it is obligatory to cover the face, therefore young women are forbidden to uncover their faces in front of non-mahram men in order to avoid any mischief
An other fatwaa when he was asked about is it preferred for sisters to wear the niqab, he said....
The fact is that it is obligatory for women to cover their faces as to how to wear the niqaab the Shaikh said A woman may uncover her left eye in order to see where she is going, and if necessary she may uncover both eyes. The opening should only be wide enough for the eyes.
Yet in an other Fatwaa he explained what was the Awrah of a woman with...Rasulullah (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) said All of a woman is awrah. (Narrated by al-Tirmidhi with a saheeh isnaad).This is the correct view according to the madhhab of the Hanbalis, one of the two views of the Maalikis and one of the two views of the Shaafais.


Shaikh ibn Uthaimin

Question: What is the Islamic hijab?
Response: The Islamic hijab is for the women to cover everything that is forbidden for her to expose. That is, she covers everything that she must cover. The first of those bodily parts that she must cover is her face. It is the source of temptation and the source of people desiring her. Therefore, the woman must cover her face in front of those men that are not mahram. As for those of who claim that the Islamic hijab is to cover the head, shoulders, back, feet, shin and forearms while allowing her to uncover her face and hands, this is a very amazing claim. This is because it is well known that the source of temptation and looking is the face. How can one say that the Shariah does not allow the exposure of the foot of the woman while it allows her to uncover her face? It is not possible that there could be in the Esteemed, Wise and Noble Shariah a contradiction.( 'Islamic Fatwas regarding Women' Page 289)

Shaikh Jamaal Zarabozo

In Surah Al-Ahzab, verse 59, Allah has ordered the believing women to wear a jilbab. A jilbab as defined in all the books of tafseer is a cloak that covers the woman's body from the top of her head to her feet. It is also described in those books, form the scholars of the earliest generation that after that verse was revealed, the women would completely cover themselves, leaving, for example, just one eye exposed so they can see the road. Hence, this is the outer garment of the woman that she must wear when she is in front of men she is not related to.

Shaikh Ibn Jibreen

Question: I am married to a woman who wears, praise to Allah, hijab. However, as is the custom in my country, she does not wear hijab in front of her sister's husband and her sister does not wear hijab in my presence. This is the custom. Furthermore, my wife does not wear hijab in the presence of my brother or her cousins. Does this go against the Shariah and religion? What can I do while it has become the custom in my country not to wear hijab in the presence of those people that I mentioned. If I tell my wife to wear hijab in front of those people, she will accuse me of not trusting her and being suspicious about her and so forth.
Response: All of those groups of men that you mentioned in the question are not mahram for her. It is not allowed for her to uncover her face and beauty in front of them. Allah has only allowed her to uncover in front of the mahram men mentioned in the verse in surah al-Nur,
[Tell the believing women] not to reveal their adornments except to their husbands, their fathers ...... (al-Nur 31).
First, you should convince your wife that it is forbidden to uncover her face in front of non-mahram men. Make her abide by that even if it goes against the customs of your people and even if she makes accusations against you. You should also make this point clear to your close relatives that you mentioned, that is, the brethren of the husband, the husband of the sister, the cousins and so forth. All of them are non-mahram and they all may marry her if she gets divorced. (Islamic Fatwas regarding Women)

Shaikh Abul A'la Maududi (Who was the founder of Jamat-ul-Islami also a known and respect scholar of the Hanafi madhab) A person who considers carefully the wordings of the Quranic verses, their well-known and genreally accepted meaning and the practice during the time of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) cannot dare deny the fact that the islamic Shari'ah enjoins on the woman to hide her face from the other people and this has been the practice of the Muslim women ever since the time of the Holy Prophet (Sallallaahu layhi Wasallam) himself (In the book Purda by Shaikh Abul A'la Maududi P 199 )

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Plz tel me ayath for women only mary to muslim men, india vilage grls who dnt knw islam wen they c*m to city sum target them saying help in exms help in loan in name of frndship lov non mus boys marying grls hw to stop- plz inbox me *

masood99 5.10.10 - 03:15am
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tan12 5.10.10 - 04:20am
chin.GIF in sura Bakarah ayah 220 to 224. I can't rember exactly idea.GIF. Well i don't dr.naik's memory lol.GIF *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:25am
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tan12 5.10.10 - 09:26am
First of all, it is to be stressed that Islam does not encourage the interfaith marriages. The general rule of Islam is that Muslims should marry Muslims. A Muslim male or female should not marry a non-Muslim male or female.

A Muslim woman is better suited to a Muslim man than a woman of Hindu, Christian or Jewish faith, regardless of her merits. This is because marriage is not based on fulfilling ones s*xual desires; rather, it is an institution. It aims to establish a home on the bases of tranquility, faith and Islamic morals. To fulfill this task, the whole family must apply Allahs course and try to convey His message.
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tan12 5.10.10 - 09:26am
It is obvious that Islam made it impermissible for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim with aim of keeping her away from things that may jeopardize her faith. In fact, Islam aims at protecting religion. To achieve this goal, it prohibits a Muslim from being involved in something that represents a threat to his religion. A Muslim woman will not feel that her religion is secure while being with a Jewish or a Christian husband especially as the majority of the People of the Book do not show due respect to our Prophet, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:26am
Allah Almighty says: And the Jews will not be pleased with thee, nor will the Christians, till thou follow their creed. Say: Lo! The guidance of Allah (Himself) is Guidance. And if thou shouldst follow their desires after the knowledge which hath come unto thee, then wouldst thou have from Allah no protecting friend nor helper. (Al-Baqarah: 120) *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:26am
Given the fact that the husband is generally the head of the household, it's not far-fetched for a non-Muslim husband to prevent his Muslim wife from performing some Islamic rituals which may seem a nuisance to him, for example fasting, or even refraining from marital relations during the fast. As a result, he might force her to change her religion, and if she refuses, the situation may culminate in divorce.

The eminent Muslim scholar, Sheikh Muhammad Al-Hanooti, member of the North American Fiqh Council, states:

If Allah is the one who prohibits a Muslim woman from marrying a non-Muslim, then we as Muslims are supposed to believe it and to take it. As a matter of faith, you cannot become a Muslim unless you accept everything when it is ordained by Allah or carried out by his Messenger. The Qur'an says, O Ye who believe! Put not yourselves forward before Allah and His Messenger (Al-Hujurat: )
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tan12 5.10.10 - 09:26am
If you ask about the benefits of not marrying a non-Muslim, we can count you many reasons. A man is the manager of his household. He will persecute his Muslim wife in many dos and don'ts. She can hardly guarantee that kind of operation. Moreover, marriage is an institution for elevating our levels of having a good Islamic life. Pleasing Allah is our number one goal. If a woman is married to a non-Muslim, maybe the only thing she will accomplish in her marital life is what is good for livestock. *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:27am
Shedding more light on the question, we'd like to cite the words of the eminent Muslim scholar, Sheik Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, in his well-known book, The Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam:

It is haram for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man, regardless of whether he is of the People of the Book or not. We have already mentioned the saying of Allah, ...and do not marry (your girls) to idolaters until they believe... (Al-Baqarah: 221)

And He said concerning the immigrant Muslim women: Then if you know them to be Believers, do not send them back to the unbelievers. They are not lawful for them (as wives), nor are they lawful for them (as husbands). (Al-Mumtahanah: 10)

No text exists which makes exceptions for the People of the Book. Hence, on the basis of the above verses, there is a consensus among Muslims concerning this prohibition.
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tan12 5.10.10 - 09:27am
Thus, a Muslim woman is not allowed to marry a Hindu, Christian or Jewish man. There are many sound reasons for this difference. First, the man is the head of the household, the one who maintains the family, and he is responsible for his wife. And while Islam guarantees freedom of belief and practice to the Christian or Jewish wife of a Muslim, safeguarding her rights according to her own faith, other religions, such as Judaism and Christianity, do not guarantee the wife of a different faith freedom of belief and practice, nor do they safeguard her rights. Since this is the case, how can Islam take chances on the future of its daughters by giving them into the hands of people who neither honor their religion nor are concerned to protect their rights? *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:27am
A marriage between a man and woman of different faiths can be based only on the husband's respect for his wife's beliefs; otherwise a good relationship can never develop. Now, the Muslim believes that both Judaism and Christianity originated in divine revelation, although later distortions were introduced into them. He also believes that God revealed the Tawrah to Moses and the Injeel to Jesus, and that both Moses and Jesus (peace be on them) were among the Messengers of Allah who were distinguished by their steadfast determination. Accordingly, the Christian or Jewish wife of a Muslim lives under the protection of a man who respects the basic tenets of her faith, her Scripture, and her Prophets, while in contrast to this the Jew or Christian recognizes neither the Divine origin of Islam, its Book, or its Prophet (peace be on him). How then could a Muslim woman live with such a man, while her religion requires of her the observance of certain worships, duties, and obligations, as well as certain prohibitions. It would be impossible for the Muslim woman to retain her respect for her beliefs as well as to practice her religion properly if she were opposed in this regard by the master of the house at every step. *

tan12 5.10.10 - 09:28am
sum parts r removed as i don't believe on dos points...lol *

arab_grl 5.10.10 - 12:46pm
lol ur crazy brother tan hehehe u removed some because u dont beleave the pointes roflmao.GIF *

aysha111 5.10.10 - 12:46pm
Islamawerness.net site is not working. Plz check the spelling.@ tan12 bro. *

arab_grl 5.10.10 - 12:48pm
Here I ll post the link for brother Tan.

http://islamawareness.net/ *

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