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    Ruling concerning shortening eyebrows, letting fingernails grow long and using nail polish

    http://www.fatwa-online.com/

    Question:
    (1) What is the ruling concerning shortening extra eyebrow hairs?
    (2) What is the ruling concerning letting fingernails grow long and putting on finger nail polish, given that I make ablution before putting them on and it stays for twenty-four hours and then remove it?
    (3) Is it allowed for a woman to wear hijaab without covering her face when she travels abroad?

    Response:
    (1) It is not allowed to remove or shorten eyebrow hairs. It is confirmed that the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) cursed the one who has them removed and the one who removed them. The scholars have stated that the Hadeeth is in reference to those who remove eyebrow hairs.
    (2) Letting the fingernails grow is something that goes against the sunnah of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam). He said, ((From the acts of nature are five: circumcision, removing pubic hairs, trimming the moustache, cutting the nails and plucking the hair from under the armpits.)) It is not allowed to leave them for more than forty nights. This is based on the Hadeeth of Anas who said, "The Messenger of Allaah set a time limit for us for trimming the moustache, trimming nails, removing armpit hairs and removing pubic hairs. They cannot be left for more than forty nights." Letting them grow long resembles animals and some of the disbelievers. As for nail polish, it is better to avoid it. One must remove it when making ablution since it prevents water from reaching the nails.
    (3) It is obligatory for women to wear hijaab in front of non mahram men both inside and outside of the country. Allaah has said, {And when you ask them, ask them from behind a screen, that is proper for your hearts and for their hearts}, [al-Ahzaab 53]. This verse refers to the face and the rest of the body. In fact, the face is the distinguishing part of the woman and it is her most alluring aspect. Allaah also says, {O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils) all over their bodies. That will be better, that they should be known (as free respectable women) so as not to be annoyed. And Allaah is Ever Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful}, [al-Ahzaab 59]. Another verse states, {[Tell the believing women] not to reveal their adornments except to their husbands, their fathers, their husband's fathers,}, [an-Noor 31]. This verse indicates that hijaab is obligatory upon a woman both inside and outside of the country, in front of the Muslims and the non-Muslims. It is not allowed for any woman who believes in Allaah and the Hereafter to be lax in this matter as such is an act of disobedience to Allaah and His Messengers. Furthermore, it leads temptation regardless if it be in or outside the country.

    Shaykh Ibn Baaz



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    #2
    phir to sab pe "curse, hi curse hain"

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      #3
      I don't understand this. In Islam it seems that grooming and cleanliness are very important. In that sense, I see tweezing or waxing eyebrows as a grooming habit, not some way to make a woman more attractive. It is a grooming habit.

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        #4
        How come Shiekh Baz is so worried about what women do to themselves? Is there any female Molviani who can issue such rulings? I think Shiekh Baz sahib wonít issue any rulings when a 65 yr old man brings home a 14 yr old girl to be his 4th wife. He will simply say, Masha Allah. I think sitting home on one's butt, it is easy to churn out lots of rulings.

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          #5
          Originally posted by NYAhmadi:
          How come Shiekh Baz is so worried about what women do to themselves? Is there any female Molviani who can issue such rulings? I think Shiekh Baz sahib wonít issue any rulings when a 65 yr old man brings home a 14 yr old girl to be his 4th wife. He will simply say, Masha Allah. I think sitting home on one's butt, it is easy to churn out lots of rulings.
          why don't you go and ask him about that?
          Sis here posted the questions someone asked him about some important issues. If to you this question is so important then go and ask him instead of accusing/slandering him of his knowledge/decrees/fatwas.

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            #6
            well NY AHAMDHI or whoever your are god knows!! we didnt ask for your advice regarding wot women dooo!!!

            she just posted wot was asked for and it was according to islam and you guyz (ahmadiz and qadyaniz) r not no more muslims how hard is that to understand!!!!!!

            then why talk crap about something ur not familiar offffffff!!!!!!

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              #7
              Originally posted by NYAhmadi:
              How come Shiekh Baz is so worried about what women do to themselves? Is there any female Molviani who can issue such rulings? I think Shiekh Baz sahib wonít issue any rulings when a 65 yr old man brings home a 14 yr old girl to be his 4th wife. He will simply say, Masha Allah. I think sitting home on one's butt, it is easy to churn out lots of rulings.

              Firstly let me say that the Shaikhul-Islam has passed away may Allah have mercy on his soul, so askinbg him is out of the question.

              Secondly, let me say to Mr NY that this is a matter of one's beliefs, an important usool in Islam. If I accept the Messenger of Allah, Muhammed (sa) and accept his teachings then I will of course take this fatwa seriously as it is based solely upon that. What happens between a man and his many wives is a matter between them and Allah.

              I must say that the behaviour of Mr NY Ahmadi really makes me question why he is a mod, and secondly why he is even in this thread.

              As a "minority" that claims oppression from the masses of Pakistan, you are not doing your own cause any good.


              [This message has been edited by Alpha1 (edited August 28, 2001).]

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                #8
                And who the hell is shiekh Baz anyway? Another retard trying to keep women in control and indoors.

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                  #9
                  Look look. Some folks getting ansy. I was just wondering that why should a man be entitled to issue rulings about the issues that concern females only.

                  MDPiazza. Yes, he was one of those schmucks, but as has been mentioned he is now rotting in where he should be. He is the same jerk who said that women cannot drive because they donít have a penis.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by NYAhmadi:
                    Look look. Some folks getting ansy. I was just wondering that why should a man be entitled to issue rulings about the issues that concern females only.

                    MDPiazza. Yes, he was one of those schmucks, but as has been mentioned he is now rotting in where he should be. He is the same jerk who said that women cannot drive because they donít have a penis.
                    So thats why Mirza Ghulam said he was also a woman? So that he could legislate in regards to women also?

                    Look at it this way, are you also calling the Messenger of Allah by this term "Jerk" since the Shaikh is only quoting the Nabi. I I assume you would also have a problem with the Messenger telling women what to do?

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