I have a question about clothing. What can a female wear at house in front of her parents and sisters??
There are no clear texts that deal with this matter, and for this reason there is much difference of opinion among scholars regarding it. Some jurists invent chains of reasoning to justify very strict rules in this regard, forgetting that when the Quran and the Sunnah are silent or vague on a certain matter, it is because that matter is being left to a person’s own discretion. This is the opinion of the scholar Ibn Baaz, may God have mercy on him. He says that a woman can wear what is considered culturally appropriate and non-scandalous in front of their close male relatives (“mahrams”, males who are prohibited by Islamic law from marrying her) and female relatives and female friends.
Examples he gives of things that are permissible to show to mahrams are these: The head (i.e. including hair), neck, the ear, the arms and hands, and the lower part of the legs (everything below the calves). He also says it is permissible for a woman to relax the rules for certain emergencies and needs, for example she can breastfeed in front of mahrams if this is considered culturally appropriate by the community the person lives in, meaning she can do it even if there is a chance they will see her cleavage and part of her breast if they look in her direction.
These rules apply even if these mahrams are not Muslim, as the major Islamic schools of jurisprudence do not differentiate between Muslim and non-Muslim mahram relatives in most matters, including this matter, according to a ruling by professor Fahd bin Abdulrahman al-Yahya of Qassim University, Saudi Arabia.
In short, the Quran and the Sunnah do not provide specific rules for how a woman should dress in such circumstances. It is expected that (religiously devout) people can find for themselves a middle road between being too strict and being too lax. Since life is complicated, what one does in one situation may not work for them in another. A woman can observe a stricter dress code in front of an uncle they see once or twice a year or who they do not trust, while in front of their brother they may wear what is comfortable and doesn’t get in the way. Or a woman may feel comfortable breastfeeding in front of her brother, but she may not feel comfortable doing this in front of her father. Or she may dress in a more relaxed manner in front of a close female friend while being more strict in front of distant friends.
Pakistan, which is fast becoming the rental state of the Communist Party of China (CPC), under pressure from Xi Jinping’s administration, has now started erecting a wall of barbed fencing around Gwadar city. The fencing project, if and when completed, will cut off the heart of Gwadar city, leaving only one entry point and one exit point for the city’s residents, reports Sunday Guardian.
The CPEC authority is building a wall measuring 10 feet in height, covering the length of 30 km, has now created a massive discontent and furore in the region. China, which is worried about the safety of its men and machine stationed at the strategic Gwadar port, has forced the Pakistanis to create a divide in Gwadar restricting the local Balochis to travel within the city
Pakistan will be unable to repay the loans taken from China. This will give an advantage to China to forcefully take control of Pakistan and install their government in Pakistan. Thus whole of Pakistan will be under control of China.
Islam Is a Religion of Violence
Anyone seeking support for armed jihad in the name of Allah will find ample support in the passages in the Quran and Hadith that relate to Mohammed’s Medina period. For example, Q4:95 states, “Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive and fight with their goods and persons than to those who sit (at home).” Q8:60 advises Muslims “to strike terror into (the hearts of) the enemies, of Allah and your enemies, and others besides, whom ye may not know, but whom Allah doth know.” Finally, Q9:29 instructs Muslims: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”
One needs to introspect first. If you look around declared Muslim nations don’t give equal rights to people of other faith. There is a tendencies to denigrate and suppress the freedom of minorities and state overtly or covertly looks other way in most of the cases. Are you prepared to give to others what you demand from them.
Any Islamic state should first introspect whether it is ready to give equal rights to people of other faith, before it starts demanding similar rights from others
Here is the conundrum:
‘While the majority of Muslims are not terrorists…. the majority of terrorists are Muslims”