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Auspicious month of Ramadan arrived and Muslims in all corners of the world, fast eagerly. Islamic narrations give us some informative information regarding to philosophy of fasting. For example, forth Imam, Imam Sajjad (A.S), in treatise-of-rights (Right n.11) says: “And the right of fasting is that you should know it is a veil, which God has set up over your tongue, your hearing and your sight, your private parts and your stomach.” Maybe you ask what is the necessity and benefits of that. This question is answered in the following: “To protect you from the Fire [of hell]. This meaning is asserted in the tradition: “Fasting is a shield against the Fire.”” (Ibid) Another question comes to mind: does it include all who fast? The answer is this: “Thus if your parts become tranquil within the veil of fasting, you have hopes of being protected. But if you leave them agitated behind the veil and let them lift the sides of the veil, so they look at things that are not lawful for them to look at that incite lust and powers that are beyond the limits of being God-fearing, you will not be safe from tearing through the veil and coming out of it. And there is no power but in God.” (Ibid)
Salams Would appreciate your help in answering below questions with credible references. 1) Can someone refer me to Iran’s detailed laws regarding veil/hijab, specifically the punishment (official links will be quite helpful, if any)? 2) What is the basis of the punishment for not wearing proper dress code? Is it Islamic? Is it a specific law of Iran based on society’s preference? Or is a decision of the Supreme Leader of Iran? E.t.c 3) If it’s Islamic, can someone kindly share references used by law makers (are there any such Islamic references at all)? For example, were women punished for not covering themselves in the times of the Prophet P.b.u.H? Or did our Imams endorse the punishment for not observing hijab? 4) If it’s based on society’s preference, can someone clarify whether it was devised in consideration of the general consent of the (majority of) public and/or its representatives? 5) There are protestors seeking freedom to wear what they want. There are also protestors who want the government officials to strictly impose moral dress. Are there any official or third party statistics suggesting the majority view? 6) Are the punishments strictly carried out or do most people get away with a warning? Thank you
The House of Fatema Zahra (sa) .... The Hijaab of Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì كتاب الطرف للسيد علي بن طاووس نقلا من كتاب الوصية للشيخ عيسى بن المستفاد الضرير، عن موسى بن جعفر، عن أبيه (عليهما السلام) قال: لما حضرت رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وآله) الوفاة دعا الانصار وقال … ألا إن فاطمة بابها بابي وبيتها بيتي، فمن هتكه فقد هتك حجاب الله "، قال عيسى: فبكى أبو الحسن (عليه السلام) طويلا، وقطع بقية كلامه وقال: هتك والله حجاب الله، هتك والله حجاب الله، هتك والله حجاب الله يا امه صلوات الله عليها From" Kitab al-Turf" of Sayed ibn Taoos quoting from Kitab al-Wassiyah of Shaikh Isa bin al-Mustafaad al-Zareer from Imam Musa bin Jafar al-Kazim (as) from his Father (as): "When Prophet Mohammad (saww) was about to die, He called the Ansaar's and said, ... "Indeed the door of Fatema (sa) is My door, and Her house is My house. So whoever disgraces it has disgraced the Hijaab (veil/covering) of Allah (TWT) The narrator Isa then says, "Abu al-Hasan Imam Kazim (as) then cried for long and cut of rest of his speech and said, "By Allah (TWT) the Hijaab of Allah was disgraced, By Allah (TWT) the Hijaab of Allah was disgraced, By Allah (TWT) the Hijaab of Allah was disgraced, O My Mother (sa)..." [source: Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 22, Pg. 476-477] VISIT OPPRESSIONS UPON JANABE ZAHRA (SA) BLOGSPOT
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