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  1. @313 Seeker يَا أَيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ, قُلْ لأَزْوَاجِكَ وَ بَنَاتِكَ وَ نِسآءِ الْمُؤْمِنِيْنَ: يُدْنِيْنَ عَلَيْهِنَّ مِنْ جَلاَبِيْبِهِنَّ... OK now that you've shown us your Ijtihad skills (lol), how about Allamah Seeker 313 try to interpret these ayaat, especially the words "bi-khumurihinna" and "jalabiybihinna". (Without using any dictionary or scholar's interpretation because they are not Quran and hadith, so they must be false)
  2. Wow, I thought Muslim men could only marry Muslim women and women who belong to the People of the Book?
  3. https://www.al-islam.org/articles/hijab-dress-modesty-islam-sayyid-saeed-akhtar-rizvi
  4. What about prayers then? Using your logic; there are no "strong, universally accepted" hadiths that indicate a woman should be covered except for face, hands and feet when doing the daily prayers. Or do you think a woman is not mandatory to wear a hijab when praying aswell?
  5. I gave you the ayat about the jalabil. What's better than an ayat from the Quran? But then for some reason, you decide that, firstly, dictionaries are not correct in their description of the word jalabil and, secondly, that scholars are not correct about their interpretation of the aya either. You should qualify for the Olympics with all the mental gymnastics you're pulling bro.
  6. Look, I'm only 22. I'm still learning about this, even with this discussion we have here. I'm not going to answer about the slave business because I know überhaupt nothing about it. I tried my best to do my part by bringing the hadiths. I see can't fulfill the task to fully do it (which is hard but whatever), but then again I'm no scholar. Like most of our brothers and sisters here I trust in the opinions of the Marja'. When it comes to my opinion, based on my observations (which should not be followed, however true they are), I think the Hijab is beneficial for the woman, the men and society at large. Yes, "hijab" of the soul and personality is more important, but the clothes are also a crucial part.
  7. Wooow, hol up a sec. I thought the weakness of a hadith was measured by the biographical evaluation of a narration? You can't just claim a hadith to be weak like that lol
  8. It says this in the annotations : Now, I don't have the books, neither can I find them online. But I trust the writer of that article in the link, Hurr Al-Amili and most importantly Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام), from which the hadith is narrated.
  9. https://www.al-islam.org/introduction-rights-and-duties-women-islam-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini/women-and-hijab
  10. Sorry the second arabic text is not that one. Here it is: مروک بن عبید، عن بعض أصحابنا، عن أبی عبدالله (ع) قال: ما یحلّ للرجل أن یری من المرأة إذا لم یکن محرماً؟ قال: «الوجه و الکفّان و القدمان.
  11. https://www.al-islam.org/introduction-rights-and-duties-women-islam-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini/women-and-hijab In answer to a person who asked, “Which parts of a woman can a man who is not mahram look at?” the noble Imam Sadiq (‘a) answered, “The face, two hands, and two feet.”13 Ali ibn Ja‘far said, “I asked my brother, Musa ibn Ja‘far (‘a), ‘Which parts of a non-mahram woman can a man look at?’ he replied, ‘The face, hands, and the area of a bracelet.’”14
  12. What I try to convey with these questions is that the jalabib in the time of the Prophet obviously covered the woman's 'awra regarding non-mahram men (unless you claim the opposite lol). Which means it would seem logical to apply the same thing in our current day. Edit: And by 'awra (r.t. non-mahram) I mean everything except face, hands and feet
  13. OK sorry I didn't phrase my question in an understandable way. rephrasing question: At the time of the Prophet, what are all the female body parts that the jalabib covered?
  14. Ben voila monsieur. If there are no hadiths about this topic, don't you think that in the time of the prophet it was clear what the word jalabib meant? And that's why the Prophet hasn't said anything about it, because he knows that everbody knows what a jalabib was. Now follow up question: How do you think a jalabib looked in the time of the Prophet (sawas)?
  15. That's why I said almost everywhere in the world. There are some exceptions of course. You gotta read sentences fully bro.
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