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Women clothed yet Naked!

Monday, 12 December 2011 21:07

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Q:) Respected Scholars in Islam! I have heard the following abridged hadith:

Imam Muslim (r) narrated that Abu Hurayrah (RA) said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There are two types of the people of Hell whom I have not seen…” one of whom was, “women who are clothed yet naked…” According to Imam Ahmad (r) he said: “Curse them, for they are cursed.”

Can you please narrate the whole hadith and explain its true meaning and interpretation?


A:) In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,

The Hadith in full is as follows:

Sayyiduna Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) said: “There are two types of people who will enter the Hell-fire, whom I have not (as yet) seen: People having whips similar to ox-tails with which they will beat people, and (secondly) women who will be dressed yet appear to be naked. They will seduce men and be inclined towards them. Their heads will be like the swaying humps of bacterial camels. They will neither enter paradise, nor smell its fragrance, even though its fragrance can be smelt from such and such distance.” (Sahih Muslim, no. 2128)

In this Hadith, the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) describes two types of people who will enter the fire of Hell, whom he had not seen. In other words, these two types of actions lead one to punishment and Hell in the Hereafter. May Allah Almighty save us all, Ameen.

The meaning of “women who will be dressed yet appear to be naked” (as explained by Imam al-Nawawi and others) is that they will be semi-nude. Part of their body will be covered whilst the other will remain exposed. This is clearly manifested today; in that many women wear short skirts and expose their arms, neck, hair, etc.

Imam al-Nawawi (Allah have mercy on him) mentions some scholars stating that the meaning is, women will wear see-through and transparent clothing in a way that the colour of their body will be visible. This, again, is quite common today, in that many women wear very thin clothing, thus exposing their skin-colour.

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How do I properly address a gathering according to sunnah?

Monday, 12 December 2011 21:07

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In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,

By looking into the Sunnah literature, one would find that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) was the best teacher, preacher and advisor. He used many ways and forms in order to teach and advise people, and because of his beautiful methods of teaching, the lives of many people changed forever.

The following are some points that may be taken into consideration when addressing a gathering:

1) The discourse or speech should be moderate in terms of the duration. It should not be so brief that one is unable to deliver the message properly; neither too long that people become tired and bored.

Imam Muslim (Allah have mercy on him) has a chapter in his Sahih titled “Chapter on being moderate whilst giving a discourse” in which he records the following Hadith of Sayyiduna Abd Allah ibn Mas’ud (Allah be pleased with him).

Shaqiq (Allah be pleased with him) reports: “We were sitting at the door of Abd Allah (ibn Mas’ud) waiting for him (to come out and deliver a discourse to us). Yazid ibn Mu’awiya an-Nakha’i happened to pass by us, so we said to him: “Inform him (Abd Allah ibn Mas’ud) of our presence here. He went in and Abd Allah ibn Mas’ud did not take much time in coming out to us and he said: “I was informed of your presence here but nothing hindered me from coming out to you except the fact that I did not wish to bore you, for the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) would be considerate in giving us a discourse fearing that it might prove to be boring for us.” (Sahih Muslim, no. 2821 & Sahih al-Bukhari, no. 68)

2) One should speak to the audience according to their intellectual capacity and capability. It is improper to discuss complex issues of religion in front of an audience that may not be able to grasp properly what one is saying. Hence, one should deliver the discourse according to the mental ability of the people.

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Khalwa (Privacy) between Men and Women

Monday, 12 December 2011 21:07

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Question:
As-salamu-alaikum 

Is there a comprehensive definition of what constitutes a khalwa (privacy) and what doesn't? e.g. can a public place, like a stair-well for example, become a khalwa when there's only a man and a non-mahram woman in it? and what about a room with windows that open out to a public place through which people can easily see in, is that still a khalwa? 

JazakAllah kheiran

Answer:

Khalwah constitutes a place of privacy which is not usually accessible to others. A stairwell, room with view into room, etc. cannot be defined as Khalwah. However, for a man and woman to be together in privacy even where they are visible, but are unaccompanied by another person is prone to Fitnah and must be avoided as the third person present there is shaitaan (Hadith). And Allah knows best.

Article taken (with Thanks) from Darul-Ihsan

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