HIJAB - Complete protection for women
Author: Mufti Hafidh Syed Ziauddin Naqshbandi Qadri,
Professor, Islamic Law, Jamia Nizamia,
Founder/Director Abul Hasanaat Islamic Research Center.
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>> Introduction
>> Is this freedom?
>> Modesty – A major branch of Iman
>> Need for Hijab
>> The ill-effects of immodesty
>> The domains of men and women
>> Need for guarding one’s gaze
>> Lewd gazing A poisonous arrow of Satan
>> Prohibition of Describing the Beauty of a Non-Mahram Lady
>> Reward of refraining from Lewd Glances
>> Immodesty leads to adultery
>> Guarantee of Jannah on Assurance of Six Things
>> Degrees of Hijab
>> The Logic Behind Hijab For The Face
>> For whom is it allowed to see the face
>> Qualities of Burqa
>> Maintaining Hijab with the husband's brother
>> Satan watches a woman who does not practice Hijab
>> Hijab in Ihram
>> Exemption From The Order of Hijab For Old Women
>> Is The Voice Of Women included in Hijab?
>> It is impermissible to see non-Mahram male without any valid reason
>> Shaking hands with non-Mahram men is not permissible
>> Islamic Ruling For Women Stepping Out Of The House For Education
>> Women's Employment
>> Can a Woman Work as air-hostess?
>> Islamic rules of getting a facial
>> Using wigs, etc. for women
>> Modern hair for women
>> Tying hair in a bun
>> Summary of Islamic rules and guidelines of Hijab
>> IMAGE

 
 
Modern hair for women

Nowadays, some women who into fashion a lot keep hairstyles like those of men.  Does Islam allow it?

 

It is permissible for women to beautify themselves within the limits prescribed by the Shariah.  Women are strictly forbidden against being similar to men.  There is a Hadith in Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 2, Pg No. 478:

 

Translation of Hadith:  It has been narrated on the authority of Hadhrat Abdullah bin Abbas (May Allah be well pleased with them) that he said:  The Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) has cursed those men who try to look similar to women and those women who try to look like men.

 

Thus, women having haircuts, which are similar to men is as per Shariah, Makruh (undesirable) and very much looked down upon.  Such, women who do this are liable to be cursed and it is a sin.  As given in Raddul Muhtaar, Vol. 5, Pg No. 261.

 

For the sake of getting ready women are trimming their hair.   Women are implying various kinds of hairstyles like v-cut, u-cut, step cut, etc…  In the same ways they are applying wigs.   On this the question arises that whether this is advisable in the Islam or not.

 
 
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