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      i'm sorry if i am raising this issue again i have no knowledge of whether it has ben discussed previously or not.

      this is a major question every person well nearly every person has on their minds/tongues i actually thought that msulim ladies when wed' can cut their hair to a certain length (below the shoulders) but then recently i was told i'm wrong and that person i wish not 2 diosclose his name said, " it is not permissible for females to cut their hair".

      i didn't ask him for proof or quotations from quran becoz i believe him becoz of his superior knowledge of islam then myself....so do u guyz have any different opinions or facts that i should be aware of regarding the hair cutting issue.
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      Originally posted by #let uz chat#:

      i didn't ask him for proof or quotations from quran becoz i believe him becoz of his superior knowledge of islam then myself....
      If I may, taking someone's word shouldn't always be the answer. Allah Ta'ala gave you intellect, use it to reason and then make your own conclusions.
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      he isn't just "someone" he is a mufti well known and respected and highly knowledgeable in islam.
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      #let uz chat#, It seems to me from your guppie face that you are not a woman, so why even bother trying to figure out if woman should or should not cut their hair? You should worry about growing your beard man!

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      ^^ see this is what I was talking about AJ's cutting replies..

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      I think hairstyle on a woman can either make her or break her. It's very important to have the right style. Men should always compliment women on their hair (even if the hairstyle is crappy and boring). There's no better way to get on a woman's good side by telling her that her hair looks very nice (preferably, tell her, your hair looks very different, very sexy, it really suits you, etc.). Women like hearing "it's very different". "Different" is a ward that catches their attention. Try it.

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      AJ i do have sisters, close female relations etc who would love to know that is why i asked this question also i never said should they be allowed i asked does islam allow this
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      Maybe you should pose a question to your Mufti Sahib, what if a woman would like to cut her hair because it doesn't fit under her hijab ... would that be permissible?

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      if this mufti and highly educated scholar informed u that women cannot cut their hair.. he should have provided u with an exact surah and ayah from the Quran... to go around stating false things... or hadiths isnt an ideal way of spreading the word of Islam..

      if ur a muslim.. turn to the Quran as ur guide and reference.. not to the hadiths.. not to some scholar... if u dont understand the reasons behind cutting or not cutting the hair... then u shouldnt worry bout it...

      men...

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      Originally posted by #let uz chat#:
      " it is not permissible for females to cut their hair"
      Islam places a great deal of emphasis upon hygiene, cleanliness, and respect towards one's body. i might be wrong but - isn't regular cutting of one's hair an integral part of cleanliness (healthy hair requires that it be trimmed/cut regularly - so in order to respect your body's hair, you should cut it regularly)? Wouldn't these factors nullify the question...?

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      ^ Nadia... u see... hadiths contradict one another... so if one hadith talk abouts being clean then another will talk about not letting women cut their hair... where one would talk about a man taking good care of himself... another would talk about him having a beard that he should be able to hold in his fist..

      now... the answer is simple.... u read the hadith that best suits ur needs... and dont worry about the Quran...

      (and yes armughal and co.. i am using sarcasm... )

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      There's a popular Urdu short story called 'Fancy HairCutting Salon'. I suggest the author of the thread to read it, in order to find out what those 'scholars with superior knowledge' are doing to him

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      If muslim women don't cut their hair, then they'll eventually have a turban like some sikh women do.

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      i found this ahadith realting to this issue>>>>>

      A woman may not cut/trim her hair even if her husband commands her to do so. (Shaami vol.6 pg.407) If she does so, she will draw the wrath of Almighty Allah as well as the curse of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) upon himself due to her imitating men. (Sahih Bukhari Hadith5885)
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      --==: Should Men get their hair cut short?


      Abdullah ibn Umar Narrates: Nafi said that the Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) had said once or twice, "O Allah! Be merciful to those who get their head shaved." and on the fourth time he added, "And to those who have head-hair cut short."
      (Bokhari, 2:785)

      After another narration of the above Hadith, the next one is:

      Mu'awiyah Narrates: I cut short the hair of Allah's Apostle (peace_be_upon_him) with a long blade of an arrow-head.
      (Bokhari, 2:787)

      So how do we decide if it is a Sunnah to get your hair cut short, or a sin that we should ask mercy for?

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      Originally posted by #let uz chat#:
      i found this ahadith realting to this issue>>>>>

      A woman may not cut/trim her hair even if her husband commands her to do so. (Shaami vol.6 pg.407) If she does so, she will draw the wrath of Almighty Allah as well as the curse of Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) upon himself due to her imitating men. (Sahih Bukhari Hadith5885)

      Hi, can you narrate the actual hadith in Bokhari? I did not find any hadith containing the words you posted.

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      But what about when you perform haj, women have to cut a small peace of their hair too, when the men shave their head.

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      I think women are allowed to trim their hair but they're not allowed to shave their heads or keep their hair extremely short...

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