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Ladyx1983
26-10-2003, 19:43


is t toegestaan om dat met ramadan in je haar te doen?de 1 zegt wel de ander niet :( wat is het nou??????Ik doe t voor de zekerheid toch maar met shor als ik opsta meteen een douche nemen en me haar doen.Want als ik er geen wax in doe dan..

Selina
26-10-2003, 19:59
Origineel gepost door ladyx1983 is t toegestaan om dat met ramadan in je haar te doen?de 1 zegt wel de ander niet :( wat is het nou??????Ik doe t voor de zekerheid toch maar met shor als ik opsta meteen een douche nemen en me haar doen.Want als ik er geen wax in doe dan.. Is Alleen Toegestaan Als Je Dan Hijaab Om Doet Anders Niet

denora
27-10-2003, 10:19
mag je trouwens make up op ?? nou klein beetje heb ik normaal op en nu dan???denora!

cousina_rifia
27-10-2003, 10:26
wax en gel is niet toegestaan tijdens de ramadan, dat is tenminste wat de iman zei. en make-up? nee zeker niet. maar jah iedereen moet zijn eigen beslissing nemen.

Thazemith
27-10-2003, 10:37


Zijn hier uitspraken over? Zo ja, met bronvermelding graag. Want je kan wel zeggen dit mag wel dit mag niet. We moeten zekerheid hebben. Trouwens de dames moeten sowieso een hoofddoek om. Dus waarom haarverzorging. Het gaat me hier mee om de jongens. Ik had namelijk gelezen hier opeen topic dat je wel olieen en cremes mag gebruiken. Maar kan iemand mij dat bevestigen? ANYWAY EEN GEZEGEND RAMADAN ALLEMAAL! :zwaai:

Thazemith
27-10-2003, 11:44
NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE safi BRONVERMELDING GRAAG :kwaad:

Thazemith
27-10-2003, 13:25
Fatwa 1: Question #49640: There is nothing wrong with putting oil on the hair during the day in Ramadaan Question : What is the ruling on putting oil on the hair during the day in Ramadaan?. Answer : Praise be to Allaah. There is nothing wrong with putting oil on the hair during the day in Ramadaan and that does not affect the fast. Shaykh Ibn Baaz (15/259) was asked: what is the ruling on using kohl and cosmetics for women during the day in Ramadaan? Does that break the fast or not? He replied: Kohl does not break the fast for women or for men, according to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions, but it is better to use it at night for one who is fasting. The same applies to things that are used to beautify the face such as soap and creams etc, that are applied externally to the skin, such as henna, make-up and the like. There is nothing wrong with the fasting person using them, but make-up should not be used if it is harmful to the face. Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen said in Fataawa al-Siyaam (228): All kinds of creams, whether used on the face, back or elsewhere, have no effect on the fasting person and do not break his fast. The Standing Committee (10/253) was asked: Does kohl or cream used by a woman during the day in Ramadaan break the fast or not? They replied: Whoever uses kohl during the day in Ramadaan when fasting does not invalidate his or her fast. The same applies to one who puts oil on the hair during the day in Ramadaan – it does not break the fast.”. Islam Q&A (www.islam-qa.com) Fatwa 2: Question #39493: Is wudoo’ valid when a person has oil in his hair? Click here to get a printable version Question : Does having a little olive oil in one's hair prevent the water from reaching the hair and thus make wudoo’ invalid?. Answer : Praise be to Allaah. It seems that the small amount of olive oil mentioned would not prevent the water from reaching the hair. The basic principle, as mentioned by Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) is that if a person uses dihn (cream or oil) on the parts of the body washed during wudoo’, the dihn either remains solid, in which case it must be removed before doing wudoo’, because if the dihn remains solid, then it prevents the water from reaching the skin, and in that case wudoo’ is not valid. But if the dihn is not solid, rather its trace is left on the part of body washed during wudoo’, then it does not matter. But in this case the person should make sure that he passes his hand over the part of the body in question, because usually the dihn repels water, so the water may not reach all areas of the part of the body being washed. Fataawa al-Tahaarah, p. 147. It may be added that the matter is less crucial with regard to the head because the obligation with regard to the head is to wipe it, not wash it, and wiping means that it is not essential for the water to reach every single hair. Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen was also asked: If a woman applies henna to her hair and it dries, and the like, can she wipe over it? He replied: If a woman has applied henna to her hair and it has dried, then she may wipe over it and there is no need for her to undo her hair and wash off this henna, because it was proven that the Prophet had applied something to his hair to keep it together and prevent it from getting dusty whilst in ihraam, and what is applied to the hair is regarded as part of it. This indicates that there is some leeway with regard to purification of the head. Fataawa al-Mar’ah al-Muslimah, 1/28. Islam Q&A (www.islam-qa.com) Wa salam Ramadan mubarak

Ladyx1983
28-10-2003, 06:30
Origineel gepost door Thazemith Zijn hier uitspraken over? Zo ja, met bronvermelding graag. Want je kan wel zeggen dit mag wel dit mag niet. We moeten zekerheid hebben. Trouwens de dames moeten sowieso een hoofddoek om. Dus waarom haarverzorging. Het gaat me hier mee om de jongens. Ik had namelijk gelezen hier opeen topic dat je wel olieen en cremes mag gebruiken. Maar kan iemand mij dat bevestigen? ANYWAY EEN GEZEGEND RAMADAN ALLEMAAL! :zwaai: Ja ik weet dat de dames een hoofddoek moeten dragen.Maar die draag ik niet en mag allah me op de juiste pad leiden.Dus vandaar me vraag

Thazemith
28-10-2003, 08:57
Origineel gepost door ladyx1983 Ja ik weet dat de dames een hoofddoek moeten dragen.Maar die draag ik niet en mag allah me op de juiste pad leiden.Dus vandaar me vraag Maar eh, antwoord heb je nu toch, :zwaai: