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Haraam is renting shaving shawls if a man is forced to do so



He said the barber made a mistake by shaving his chin and cutting his hair

Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence at the Islamic University's High Judicial Institute Imam Muhammad bin Saud, Dr Abdullah bin Nasser al Salami, banned work and renting shops and salons if a man was forced to make taboos. Pointing out that Berber's sinister shave beard and hair cut off.

In detail, Al-Salami during his al-Resala Response yesterday on the verdict of shaving a beard or hairstyles, such as bypassing, and taking the award for it: "If he shaves his beard, then he is to blame for it, because he said: (May Allah be merciful to him) unanimously agreed that shaving a beard is a haraam.

As for the hairstyles, Al Salami explained: If a story ends with the story of Al-Qaeda, then scientists generally accept it is macro.

Shaykh al-Salami concludes: "If a shaykh is obliged to make a mahram, then he is not allowed to do so, and is not allowed to open it. Instead, he is not allowed to rent a store that receives this award as a mahram , for Allah says (interpretation of meaning): "}".

Salama: Haraam is to rent shavings if you are forced to do charam


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Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence at the Islamic University's High Judicial Institute Imam Muhammad bin Saud, Dr Abdullah bin Nasser al Salami, banned work and renting shops and salons if a man was forced to make taboos. Pointing out that Berber's sinister shave beard and hair cut off.

In detail, Al-Salami during his al-Resala Response yesterday on the verdict of shaving a beard or hairstyles, such as bypassing, and taking the award for it: "If he shaves his beard, then he is to blame for it, because he said: (May Allah be merciful to him) unanimously agreed that shaving a beard is a haraam.

As for the hairstyles, Al Salami explained: If a story ends with the story of Al-Qaeda, then scientists generally accept it is macro.

Shaykh al-Salami concludes: "If a shaykh is obliged to make a mahram, then he is not allowed to do so, and is not allowed to open it. Instead, he is not allowed to rent a store that receives this award as a mahram , for Allah says (interpretation of meaning): "}".

April 27, 2019 – 22 Shaban 1440

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He said the barber made a mistake by shaving his chin and cutting his hair

Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence at the Islamic University's High Judicial Institute Imam Muhammad bin Saud, Dr Abdullah bin Nasser al Salami, banned work and renting shops and salons if a man was forced to make taboos. Pointing out that Berber's sinister shave beard and hair cut off.

In detail, Al-Salami during his al-Resala Response yesterday on the verdict of shaving a beard or hairstyles, such as bypassing, and taking the award for it: "If he shaves his beard, then he is to blame for it, because he said: (May Allah be merciful to him) unanimously agreed that shaving a beard is a haraam.

As for the hairstyles, Al Salami explained: If a story ends with the story of Al-Qaeda, then scientists generally accept it is macro.

Shaykh al-Salami concludes: "If a shaykh is obliged to make a mahram, then he is not allowed to do so, and is not allowed to open it. Instead, he is not allowed to rent a store that receives this award as a mahram , for Allah says (interpretation of meaning): "}".


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