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alHussein

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2 hours ago, E.L King said:

It is not haram at all brother. If it was gold it would be a problem.

 

2 hours ago, hayaah said:

@Mansur Bakhtiari

There's nothing wrong with wearing a chain with an imam's name/ islamic symbol on it, as long as you dont take it to unclean places I.e the toilet.

 

JazakumAllah khair 

 

3 hours ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

:ws:

It is an innovation, and it is imitating the kuffar who put Crosses and Stars of David on their necks. Instead wear an Aqeeq, Yaqoot, Firoza or Sapphire ring on your right hand.

Why not both?

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1 hour ago, alHussein said:

:bismillah:

 

:salam:

Is it allowed to have a dhulfiqar necklace or the names of the imams (ams) in silver ?

Yes, it is allowed but please remove a necklace before you go to restroom. 

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40 minutes ago, Abal Faadhil said:

One should be careful that he/she does not touch the Holy Names of Allah (SWT), Prophet (SAWS), Fatima Zahra (SA) and Imams (AS) without Wudhu

Really? Is there a hadith that says that? 

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3 hours ago, hayaah said:

@Mansur Bakhtiari

There's nothing wrong with wearing a chain with an imam's name/ islamic symbol on it, as long as you dont take it to unclean places I.e the toilet.

 

Yes but there isn't any mention of it in the sunnah. In books like Makarimul Akhlaq rings with gemstones are mentioned as sunnah, not necklaces, so technically there wouod be no reward for it.

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26 minutes ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

Yes but there isn't any mention of it in the sunnah. In books like Makarimul Akhlaq rings with gemstones are mentioned as sunnah, not necklaces, so technically there wouod be no reward for it.

Just because its not mentioned in the sunnah, doesnt mean its haram or is wrong. By saying its an imitation of the kuffar, you were making it seem like a wrong thing to do. 

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14 minutes ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

Because the necklaces are not mentioned in hadith or Quran.

It doesnt matter. Maybe people just wanna wear these sorts of chains because they like the design. I myself find them very beautiful and wearable. 

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18 hours ago, hayaah said:

It doesnt matter. Maybe people just wanna wear these sorts of chains because they like the design. I myself find them very beautiful and wearable. 

I didn't say it was haram. I said it was haram. I just said there wouldn't be any reward for it. If someone wants to wear it it's fine. Just don't go around saying it's sunnah.

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2 hours ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

I didn't say it was haram. I said it was haram. I just said there wouldn't be any reward for it. If someone wants to wear it it's fine. Just don't go around saying it's sunnah.

He never said it's sunnah....

 

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