33 thoughts on “Tutorial Hijab Pashmina Shawl Simple | Hijab Style 2016”

  1. Very easy!! Before watching this video wearing hijab was like the hardest thing in my life! But now it's too simple!! Thank you for the video! It helped me a lot!! Subbed!!

  2. Who Said You That HIJAB Is Just For Womens??? Hijab Is For All The Humanity As Said In The Holy Qura'n In Surah An-Nur Chapter 24 Ayat(Verse) 30 : [[ Tell the believing men to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts. That is purer for them. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with what they do. ]]

    HIJAB IS EQUIVALENT FOR MEN AS WELL!! Not Just A Blessing To Women But As Well To Mens As Well.

  3. It was reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon
    him) said: “There are two types of the people of Hell that I have not
    seen yet: men with whips like the tails of cattle, with which they
    strike the people, and women who are clothed yet naked, walking with an
    enticing gait, with something on their heads that looks like the humps
    of camels, leaning to one side. They will never enter Paradise or even
    smell its fragrance, although its fragrance can be detected from such
    and such a distance.” (Narrated by Ahmad and by Muslim in al-Saheeh).

  4. Praise be to Allaah.
     

    This hadeeth speaks of two types of people whom the Prophet
    (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) had not seen, as they would
    appear after his time, and their destiny would be Hell because of their
    sins. The scholars regarded the appearance of these two types as one of the
    minor signs of the Hour. They are as follows: 

    1 – “Men with whips like the tails of cattle” – what is meant
    is that those who strike people for no legitimate reason, like the
    oppressive police or others, whether that is on the orders of the state or
    otherwise. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiw0fw_sJOk

  5. Al-Nawawi said:  With regard to those who would have whips,
    they are those who work for the police. Sharh al-Nawawi ‘ala Saheeh
    Muslim, 17/191. 

    Al-Sakhaawi said: They are now the helpers of the oppressors,
    and usually it refers to the worst group around the ruler. It may also apply
    to unjust rulers. Al-Ishaa’ah li Ashraat il-Saa’ah, p. 119. 

    The evidence that their appearance will be one of the signs
    of the Hour is a report narrated by Imam Ahmad in which it says: At the end
    of time there will appear men from this ummah with whips like the tails of
    cattle. They will go out in the morning under the anger of Allaah and will
    come back in the evening under His wrath.” Al-Musnad, 5/315; classed
    as saheeh by al-Haakim in al-Mustadrak, 4/483; and by Ibn Hajar in
    al-Qawl al-Musaddad fi’l-Dhabb ‘an al-Musnad, p. 53-54.

  6. The second type is “women who are clothed yet naked, walking
    with an enticing gait, with something on their heads that looks like the
    humps of camels, leaning to one side.”  Al-Nawawi said concerning the
    meaning of this passage: al-kaasiyaat al-‘aariyaat (translated here
    as “clothed yet naked”) means that they will uncover part of their bodies to
    show their beauty, so they will be clothed yet naked. And it was said that
    they will wear thin clothes which shows what is beneath them, so they will
    be clothed yet virtually naked. With regard to the phrase Maa’ilaat
    mumeelaat (translated here as “walking with an enticing gait”), it was
    said that it means: deviating from obedience to Allaah and from the
    commandment to guard their chastity, etc. Mumeelaat means, teaching
    others to do what they do. And it was said that Maa’ilaat means walking with
    an enticing gait and mumeelaat means moving their shoulders. And it
    was said that it means that they try to tempt men by means of showing their
    adornments.

  7. With regard to the phrase Ru’oosahunna ka asnimat il-bukht
    (translated here as “with something on their heads that looks like the
    humps of camels”), this may mean that they make their heads look bigger with
    veils and turbans, which are wrapped around the head, so that they look like
    the humps of camels. This is the well-known interpretation. Al-Maaziri said:
    it may be that what is meant is that they will not lower their gaze in the
    presence of men, rather they will look directly at them.

    Sharh al-Nawawi ‘ala Saheeh Muslim,
    17/191. 

    Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen said: The phrase “clothed yet naked”
    has been interpreted to mean that they wear short clothes that do not cover
    the ‘awrah that must be covered. And it has been interpreted as meaning that
    they wear light, thin clothes that do not prevent others from seeing the
    woman’s skin underneath. And it has been interpreted as meaning that they
    wear tight clothes that conceal the skin from sight but still show off the
    woman’s charms. 

    Fataawa al-Shaykh Muhamamd ibn ‘Uthaymeen,
    2/825.

  8. This hadeeth contains a stern warning against committing
    these two sins: 

    1-    
    Oppressing the people and
    striking them unlawfully

    2-    
    Women making a wanton display
    of themselves and showing their charms and not adhering to correct Islamic
    hijab and noble Islamic manners. 
    This hadeeth is one of
    the miracles of Prophethood, for these two types of people have appeared,
    and they exist now, as al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said.

     See also
    the answer to question no.
    14627.

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