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Friday, 14 December 2012


Assalamualaikum ladies and gentleman ,

How are you ? Hope you'll be fine :) Today, I want to talk about 'Awrah or in arabic we call Aurah .

What 'awrah mean ?
 Awra' mean covering part of your body

What is 'awrah of the man ?

1. The ‘awrah of a man is from navel to knees. The proof for this is the following hadīth of the Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam):
“So verily, what is between the navel to the knees is of the ‘awrah.”
2. And also the Prophet said that when someone marries off his slave or laborer he is not to look at what is between the navel and knees for:
 "For what is between the navel and knees is from the ‘awrah."
 3. Also the hadīth of Ma’mar reported in the Musnad of Imām Ahmad that goes :

The Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) came into the Masjid and Ma’mar was    uncovering a part of his thigh. So the Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said,
"Cover your thigh Oh Ma’mar! For verily, the thigh is ‘awrah!”
4. Also the hadīth of Ibn ‘Abbās (radhiya Allahu ‘anhu) that states:

The Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) saw a man exposing his thigh. The Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said to him, 
“Cover your thigh! For the thigh of a man is from his ‘awrah.”
What is 'awrah of the woman?

1. The ‘Awrah of a woman in Salāh is everything save her hands in face. Imām An-Nawawī states in his Minhāj,
”…and as for the free woman, her ‘awrah is everything save her face and hands. And it is a condition of her clothing that the color of her skin cannot be seen.”

2. Shaykh Sulaymān Al Jamal in his Hāshiyah explaining the words of Imām An-Nawawī says,
“And this is her ‘awrah in Salah. And her ‘awrah amongst the Muslim women and the mahārim men (fathers etc) is what is between her navel and knees. As for her ['awrah] in front of ajānib (foreign) men it is all of her body.” (Hāshiyat Al-Jamal ‘Alal Sharh Al-Minhāj)
3. The great Shāfi’ī jurist, Imam Taqiyud-Dīn Al-Hisnī said,
”And it is makrūh (hated) that one makes Salāh in a garment with pictures on it, and that a woman wear niqāb, unless she is in the masjid and in it are men who are ajānib, and they are not caring about looking, so if she fears that they are looking at her, it is harām for her to lift the niqāb, and this happens in a lot of places such as the going to Bayt Al Maqdis (Jerusalem)…” [Kifāyatul Akhyār 1/181]

4. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad ibn Al Qāsim Al Ghazzi Ash-Shafi’i said,
“And the entirety of the free woman is ‘awrah except her face and hands, and this is her ‘awrah in Salāh. As for her ‘awrah when she leaves Salah, then her ‘awrah is all of her body.” [Fat-hul Qarīb bi Sharh Al-Faath At Taqrīb page 19]
 5. Shaykh Zakariya Al-Ansāri (rahimahullāh) stated, when discussing Salāh,
“And the ‘awrah of a free woman is everything save the face and the hands.”
6. Shaykh Ash-Sharqāwi states in his explanation of this,
”And this is her ‘awrah in Salāh. As for her ‘awrah outside of it, when the ajnabi (unrelated marriageable man) can look at her, then all of her body including the face and the hands, even if there is security from fitnah.” (Tuhfat At-Tullāb pg. 174)
7. Imām Taqiyud-Dīn As-Subkī said,
“And what is the closest (in opinion), from what our companions have produced is that the face and the hands of a woman are ‘awrah in nathr (i.e. looking) and not in the Salāh.” (Quoted by Al-Khatīb Ash-Shirbinī in his Mughnī Al-Muhtāj)
8. The proof that the woman’s face is not ‘awrah in Salāh is what is reported from ‘A’ishah (radhiya Allahu ‘anha):
“Rasūlullāh (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, ‘The Salāh of the mature woman is not accepted except when she is wearing a khimār (veil on the head that covers her hair and neck).”
9. Imām At-Tirmidhī grades this hadīth hasan and then says,
Imām Ash-Shāfi’ī said, ‘It is not permitted for a woman to expose her skin and hair in Salāh.”
It was authenticated by Ibn Khuzaymah in his Sahīh, reported by Abu Dāwūd, Ahmad, Al-Hākim in his Mustadarak saying, ‘It is Sahīh upon the conditions of Imām Muslim’ and Adh-Dhahabī agreed.

How about woman feet ?

There is disagreement regarding a woman’s feet. Are they ‘awrah or not? Imām Al-Ghazzālī states in his “Al-Wasīt”,
“And the tops of the feet are ‘awrah, and regarding the soles of the feet, then there is two views (i.e. they are and they are not).” [Vol 2, page 174]

There is a minority view reported from Imām Al-Muzanī, the early erudite student of Imām Ash-Shāfi’ī, wherein he stated, 
“The feet of a woman are not ‘awrah.” 
(Recorded by Imām Al-Khatīb Ash-Shirbīnī in his Mughnī Al-Muhtāj, Taqiy-ud-dīn Al-Hisnī in his Kifāyat Al-Akyār, as well as others.)
The explanation I got from FORUMS.UNDERSTANDING-ISLAM . 

And now , I want tell you about who is ajnabi ( one who we can married him and you must covering 'awrah) of a woman/girl :-

1) Brother-in-law
2) Husband of your aunt
message alert : even 1 and 2 are your ajnabi, but u can't married them as long as they're husband of our aunt and sis. But , your still have to cover your 'awrah
3) Cousin
4) Step-brother (your mom/dad married his mom/dad)
5) the outside man
6) adobt brother/son

then , who is the Maharim ( one who we couldn't never married him ) of a woman/girl ?

message alert : you still have 'awrah with them. your 'awrah was from navel to the knees =)
Wallahu 'alam .

SyaSayss : tell me if there were wrong or less at somewhere  =)

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