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Mabrook Atiya’s Comment On A Woman Shaving Her Hair After Sherin’s Crisis (Video)

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Dr. Shareen, a professor of Islamic law at the University of Al-Azhar, has shaved his head following a divorce from artist Hosam Habib. Mabrook Attia clarified Al-A through a video broadcast at Al-Azhar University. -Shara’s opinion on this issue.

At the beginning of his answer to a question, he said: What is the verdict on shaving a woman’s head? , It is a “sinner sinner.”

Aditya measured his fatwa on Hajj obligatory, in which the male is shaved by cutting his hair or cutting it short, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said (O God, forgive those who shave, they said, ‘Messenger of Allaah: and shorten the head during Hajj and Umrah? Cut.

The professor of Islamic law, the woman takes a small part of her hair, does not shave or shorten it, so she is exempted from performing Umrah, as well as performing Hajj on the day of sacrifice, and this is the unanimous opinion of the judges of the nation.

Atiyah pointed out that Ibn ‘Abd al-Barr in the book Al-Tamheed quoted a line about a woman shaving her hair, so he said: “And it is forbidden for a woman to shave her head, it is forbidden to her. Hair,” that is, a woman who shaves her hair. , Represents itself as killing and dismembering the dead body, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade them to represent the corpses of infidels.

Atiyah emphasized that Sharia does not allow women to shave their hair during Hajj and Umrah, so how can they shave the garb of God.

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The professor of Islamic law teasingly added: “Bleeding in a woman’s brain, she is a sinful disobedient.”

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