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Video Created by The Daily Reminder ┇ TDR ┇ Donate Now to produce HD Islamic Reminders - Here's the link: http://www.gofundme.com/The-Daily-Reminder Gaza is Calling - Click here to Answer: http://goo.gl/uCSw1 Calling All Believers - The Syrian Crisis: http://goo.gl/cYgiy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Men & The Beard - Islamic Advice ᴴᴰ ┇ Thought Provoking ┇ by Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Salah ┇ TDR Production ┇ Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaathuhu *This video is created by & for The Daily Reminder. Feel free to re-upload and share. **No Music was used in the production of this video ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keep Yourselves updated: TDR Website: http://TheDailyReminder.org (coming soon) TDR YT Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheDailyReminder TDR fb Page: http://www.fb.com/TheDailyReminder TDR on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TDR_Network TDR on G+: http://goo.gl/s54Lvi Speaker: Shaykh Dr. Muhammad Salah ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaathuhu This question is concerning an advice on keeping the beard, growing the beard, and whether it is permissible, recommended, or mandatory. I will quote a few ahadith first, then I will get straight to the hukm or the ruling. Many ahadith came confirming the fact that the Prophet (ﷺ) ordered Muslim men to grow their beards and to trim their moustaches. He (ﷺ) said in one hadith: 'Trim your moustache and save (not shave, save) the beards...by that, you are doing the opposite of what the disbelievers do.' We do it as an act of worship, we do it as a Ibadah, it's not a fashion. In another hadith he began by saying: 'Do the opposite of the Mushrikeen, save the beards, and trim the moustaches' and 'huffush Shawaaribah wa 'aful liha' is a text which is collected by both Al Bukhari or Muslim (may Allah have mercy on them) and it proves in the same context, in the same meaning and the very famous sound hadith, in which the Prophet (ﷺ) counted ten traditions of the pure nature. It was not only prescribed by Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), but it was there with the rest of the Prophets and the messengers before him (ﷺ). He (ﷺ) began by saying...trimming the moustache, saving the beard and we know that in the Quran Prophet Haroon was still in his brother Musa (alayhissalaam), when he was angry with him, at the misdoings of bani Israel when they worshipped the calf, he said, Haroon was trying to free himself from the sin of bani Israel by saying to Musa (alayhissalaam) reminding him to have mercy on him, he said...he grabbed him from his beard and from his head. So this is not an unprecedented tradition, it is a tradition that was prescribed to all the Prophets and their true followers before Muhammad (ﷺ). It is one of the traditions of the pure nature or Al Fitrah and the Ulama (scholars) concluded from that, that growing the beard is a must, and this is a opinion of the vast, vast majority.
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Designers of Muslim fashion clothing praises London’s first Modest Fashion Week for putting hijabs and long hemlines in the spotlight. The modest Muslim Hijabs on display at London’s first 'Modest Fashion Week. Muslim-friendly ‘modest’ fashion first of its kind show is taking place in London. Fashion week in London every year sees models parading down the runway in a series of eye-wateringly low necklines and short hemlines. This year the Centre stage attraction is taken by Muslim hijab put on display, this weekend with the capital's first ever Modest Fashion Week (MFW) at the Saatchi Gallery. About 40 designers from the Muslim ad western countries showcased scarves, hijabs and loose-fitting maxi dresses at the two-day event organized by Haute Elan, who claim 'modest fashion' is one of the fastest-growing consumer markets. According to the UK Apparels running e-market retailer, the fashion show, described as a 'new and exciting addition to London's fashion calendar', first ever Muslim hijab cat walk which aims to give a platform to brands that cater for religious women and those who prefer to dress modestly. Muslim community members along with fashion fans praised the show for 'sending a positive message'. Event entrance ticket which charged up to £100 for tickets, featured shopping, cat walk fashion and modelling shows, talks and workshops, as well as networking and trade discussions. The fashion shows featured designs from top brands which launched just last year and produces 'modest, modern and fashion-forward Muslim clothing'. Fashion house Amirab's look in Africa Fashion, founder Roda Abdi claim modest fashion as: 'Making sure length of the clothes is appropriate, not sheer, and no exposure of additional skin which would make the clothes unsuitable for modest wear'. The success of UK's first luxury hijab' also praised high street stores like Debenhams and other top UK brands for stocking modest designs, adding: 'I believe in the next four to five years this will be norm.' Dina Tokio, blogger for hijab and modest Muslim clothing who has more than 1 million Instagram followers, praised the event as 'revolutionary'. She claimed in an interview for Blogosphere magazine, 'I feel like brands are coming on board with diversity now and I think that it’s down to social media and how much talent there is out there. 'I want to show that you can coincide faith with fashion and that there are Muslim women who actually represent that.'
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