ANSWER: All scholars of different schools of thought agree that shaving it is haram and sinful.Read more
ANSWER: This is not permissible.Read more
ANSWER: No problem in this as long as it’s normal in your community and you wouldn’t stand out in the crowd. QUESTION: What is the ruling for muslim men and women to wear orange colored dress? I have heard that “gerua” color is haram to wear and “gerua” is a shade of orange/saffron color. This […]Read more
ANSWER: This is not permissible as its imitating the disbelievers and the opposite gender.Read more
ANSWER: If they shave their beards still, such photos have no impact as their sin is continuous whether they take the photos or not.Read more
QUESTION: What is the ruling for muslim men and women to wear orange colored dress? I have heard that “gerua” color is haram to wear and “gerua” is a shade of orange/saffron color. This color is widely used by hindu priest and buddist monk. So, is only “gerua” color haram? or is any shade of orange color haram? How to know if a certain orange color is “gerua” or not?
ANSWER: It is permissible for them to wear orange and yellow as long as it is a norm also in their society. The Hadeeths refer to a particular dye that was prohibited such as using saffron.Read more
ANSWER: Yes, they are sinful.Read more
QUESTION: I like how the people of the 50s styled their hair. The sides slicked back and the top part longer with volume. It is not qaza since it does not include any drastic changes on hair length like cutting with a 0 or shaving the sides but is it considered as imitating the kuffar for doing a hairstyle of an older generation?
ANSWER: This is not permissible. It’s also not permissible to stand out in a crowd.Read more
ANSWER: It is an issue of dispute whether it is part of the beard and not permissible to trim or remove it or not. I am inclined to the opinion that it is not from the beard and can be trimmed.Read more