Sunday, 18 December 2011

Hijab Qur'an - Hijab Hadith

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Shari'a hijab is mandatory for Muslim women since the time of the Prophet Muhammad to now. Hijab as it is understood that khimar, veil, and tsaub. So the veil is not only required for Muslim women in Islamic countries, but the veil has been required by the Shari'ah for Muslim women Indonesian and Muslim women around the world without exception.

So that statement author (Sayed Mahdi) has deviated from the rules of Shari'ah, are:

1. The Qur'an does not mention the limit nakedness.

Even the clergy - according to the authors - even when discussing different opinions. Indeed, the Koran does not explicitly call it, but obviously has commanded us to obey what the Prophet Muhammad brought (Surat al - Hashr: 7)

According to the Hadith narrated by Abu Daud:
''O Asma, when in fact she has reached adulthood (baligh / menstruation) then it should not be visible from her body except this and this, pointing to the face and palms''

2. Jilbab (regardless of how the shape).

The statement explicitly implies that Personality 'hijab does not mention the model clearly. In fact, from the verse in the bag can be clearly understood that the terms of the veil has been determined by the Shari'ah.

3. Use the rule of usul al fiqh''hukmu yaduru ma'a illatihi embodiment wa 'adaman'', in this case that the hijab headscarf worn suit in a hot dry climate and desert-style Arabiyah and not at all conducive in tropical climates.

Use this code contains an error because it is only used when the laws of Personality 'which relates to human actions in relation between human beings. While the headscarf issue is the Shari'ah laws pertaining to apparel. In this case should not be sought after 'illatnya / tauqifi as it is

4. Usul fiqh rule which states that the''law''can cause different time.

This rule is wrong for two reasons, namely the First, the appearance of this rule no start time of the collapse of the Khilafah Islamiyah mid-18th century AD.

At this time many thought that deviates from the Shari'ah in the name of Islam has been widely circulated in the community. The number of the scholars were survivors from the damaged very little thought. While the author quotes the opinion of scholars such as Ibnu'Abdin who lived in the 19th century AD that may have influenced his thinking that has deviated from the rules of Shari'ah. Second, the rule of usul fiqh is very dangerous because the shari'a law be ever-changing. Though the verse is qath'i veil. That should not require more interpretation of its obligations.

Is not Allah the Almighty has said:

''And whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger and violating the terms of his Allah will put it into the fires of hell''(Surah An-Nisa ': 14).

Na'udzubillahi min forbid! So be aware O my sister. Hopefully you're accusing me of thinking is a mistake unintentionally.

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