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Questions About Weeping In Muharram

October 27th, 2015, posted in Muharram

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Praying Pray With Hand Open

November 22nd, 2013, posted in Islam

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Something About Zuhrain and Maghrabain

June 28th, 2013, posted in Islamic Teachings, Saying Of Holy Prophet ( P.B.U.H)

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Questions About Weeping ,Crying and Mourning In Muharram

November 20th, 2012, posted in Muharram

I want to share something about the most frequent questions which my some of my friends ask about on Azadari-e-Hussain A.S. If I am wrong just send me your comments with some references and I will try to correct me. But I hope also that you read this debate carefully with open mind and eyes.

First Question they asked me:
You people continue to weep for Imam Husain (a.s.) on Ashoora and other days of martyrdom. We see shias weeping all the time. Why weeping on a martyred person , we Must be happy and say thanks to God all the time?
Answer: I will show you some ayats,
“And that is He it is Who makes (men) laugh and makes (them) weep;” (Surah Najm 53:43)
It is said that Prophet Yaqoob (a.s.) wept so much for his son Yusuf (a.s.) that the pupils of his eyes became white.
“And he turned away from them, and said: O my sorrow for Yusuf! And his eyes become white on account of the grief,” (Surah Yusuf 12:84)
Islam is a simple religion, and its not against nature. Weeping is a natural act. We do not weep all the time we are happy when Family of Prophet (peace be up on him ) are happy. We do not weep in Eids and in Birth days of our leaders. But sad days make us emotional and we weep . This is our love to our Allah and his Prophet (pbuh)
The Prophet (s.a.) himself wept on many occasions. It is related from Anas bin Malik: The Prophet (P.B.U.H)said, “Zaid took over the flag and was martyred. Then it was taken by Jafar who was martyred as well. Then Abdullah bin Rawaha took the flag but he too was martyred,” and at that time the eyes of Allah’s Apostle were full of tears.
(Sahih Bukhari Volume 2, Hadith 338)
Then they asked …. But Prophet did not wept  for Imam Hussain (A.S) ! why do you do that when Prophet (P.B.U.H) did not?
Zainab binte Jahash the wife of Prophet (s.a.w.s.) narrates: One day the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.s) was in my house and Husain (a.s.) was also there. For some moments I forgot about him. He entered into the Prophets room. I tried to pick him up but the Messenger of Allah restrained me. Then he stood up to perform the prayers while holding Husain (a.s.) in his arms. When he went into ruku (bending in genuflection) or sajdah (prostration) he put down Husain (a.s.) and again took him in his arms when he stood up. Then he sat down and wept. When he finished his prayers I said, “O Messenger of Allah! Today I have seen you do something that I had never seen before.”
He said, “Jibraeel came to me and informed me that this Husain (a.s.) will be killed by my ummat (people).”
(Mustadrakul Sahihain, 4:398)
Many traditions prophesising the martyrdom of Imam Husain (a.s.) are mentioned in the Shia and Sunni books. If a person is well informed of Imam Husain’s tragedy, it is necessary that his emotions are raised. The emotions that emanate from the heart. And these emotions are motivated by sorrow and sadness. These do not come out only in tears and some words and dirges. How eloquently the following couplets express it:
Another Question was :But you do stop at weeping. You do chest beating too?
Answer: “Then came forward his wife in grief, she smote her face and said (what! I) an old barren woman?”
Quran 51:29
Thus it is evident that smiting the face was not an objectionable act in the sight of Allah, otherwise Allah would have reprimanded her for doing so. Prophet was near her and angels too. No one stop her because it was a human reaction. When we hear aboutgrand daughter of Prophet Muhammed we get same emotions Hadhrath Sara (as) had.
Even Hazrat Ayesha (R.A) did Matam
Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal in his Musnad, vol. 6, p. 274, Number 26391 (edited by al-Arnaut) records that Aisha said : Allah’s Apostle died in my lap. I then placed his head on a pillow AND STARTED DOING ILTIDAM with the other women AND I BEAT MY FACE.
weeping and crying on ashura

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Common Questions about Hijab and Related Issues‏

November 24th, 2011, posted in Islam

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1. What “casting down the glances” mean?

It means that a person should not look at the member of the opposite sex except for those parts that may be uncovered.

So, for instance, a man is allowed to look at the face and hands of a non-mahram lady who is not related to him provided it is not done in with a lustful intention. (“Mahram” means person in whose presence hijab is not required. See the list at end of this section.)

2. Is it permissible to shake hands with a person of opposite sex?

If the person is mahram, then it is permissible. But if the person is non-mahram, then it is forbidden.

3. Is a woman allowed to line eyes with kohl, to put mascaraon her eyelashes, and to wear rings in both hands?

A woman is allowed to put kohl or similar cosmetics on her eyelashes and also to wear rings provided it is not done with the intention of drawing lustful attention of men towards herself.

4. A vast majority of Muslim women who observe hijab are used to keeping their chins and a small part of the under chin exposed while they cover the neck. Is this permissible? And how big an area of the face can women expose; are the ears included in that?

The ears are not part of the face, therefore it is obligatory to cover them. As for the part of the chin and the under chin that is seen when putting on the common head scarf, it is to be considered as part of the face and, therefore, can be exposed.

5. Is it permissible for a woman who observes hijab to get rid of her facial hair, to straighten her eyebrows, and to wear natural and light make up?

Getting rid of facial hair, straightening of eyebrows, and wearing of light make up do not prevent her from keeping her face uncovered provided it is not done with the intention of drawing attention.

6. Can a woman put on a wig as replacement of the head-covering (hijab)?

Since the wig is an item of beauty (zinat), it must be covered in presence of non-mahram men.

7. A Muslim woman wears high heeled shoes that hit the ground in such a way that they draw attention. Is she allowed to wear them?

If it is intended to draw the attention of non-mahram men to herself, or if it generally causes temptation for committing sin, then it is not permissible.

8. If a woman puts on a scarf and wears a tight-fitting shirt and tight-fitting jeans or trousers or a tight-fitting qameesand shalwar – is that considered an acceptable hijab in the presence of non-mahram men?

Any dress that reveals the contours of her body or that would normally arouse temptation is not permissible and does not fulfill the requirements of hijab. It is a pointless hijab!

9. Is it permissible for a Muslim man to go to unisexswimming pools and other similar places where people go about half-naked?

It is not permissible for a Muslim man to go to unisex swimming pools and other similar places if it entails a haram act. Based on obligatory precaution, according to Ayatullah Sistani, he must refrain from going to such places even if it does not entail aharam act.

10.Is the brother-in-law or a cousin included among the list of the people in whose presence a lady does not have to observe hijab? Is she allowed to shake their hands or hug them?

The brother-in-law or a male cousin is not included in that list and, therefore, it is obligatory upon a Muslim lady to observehijab in their presence, and also it is not permissible for her to shake their hands or hug them. The reverse will apply to a Muslim man in relation to his sister-in-law or a female cousin.

hijab girl



OF THE WOMAN                        OF THE MAN

1.  Father.                                     1. Mother.

2.  Grandfather.                             2. Grandmother.

3.  Brother.                                    3. Sister.

4.  Father-in-law.                           4. Mother-in-law.

5.  Husband.                                  5. Wife.

6.  Son.                                         6. Daughter.

7.  Step-son.                                 7. Step-daughter.

8.  Son-in-law.                              8. Daughter-in-law.

9.  Nephew.                                  9. Niece.