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Al-Bukhari said that Mujahid said:

“The one who is shy or arrogant does not gain knowledge”.

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Note: Months and Years are lunar not solar as is being used in the West. Since a lunar year is shorter than the solar year, when a girl is at the lunar age of 9 she is actually less than 9 solar years.

So Haidh is the menstruating Blood.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Haqiqi means Visibly and Hukmi means Islamically Legal. Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is
Note: Haqiqi means Visibly and Hukmi means Islamically Legal.
Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding.
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Note: A Mubtadi'ah is a woman who experiences menstruation or postnatal bleeding for the first time while a Mu'tadah is a woman who has experienced menstration or postnatal bleeding before.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding. Qada (missed) Salah must be reprayed for periods of Istihadah not for Haidh.

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Note: A Mubtadi'ah is a woman who experiences menstruation or postnatal bleeding for the first time while a Mu'tadah is a woman who has experienced menstration or postnatal bleeding before.

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Note: Qada (missed) Salah must be reprayed for periods of Istihadah (Abnormal

Bleeding) not for Haidh (Menstruation) and Nifas (Postnatal Bleeding).

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Note: A Mubtadi'ah is a woman who experiences menstruation or postnatal bleeding for the first time while a Mu'tadah is a woman who has experienced menstration or postnatal bleeding before.

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Note: Qada (missed) Salah must be reprayed for periods of Istihadah (Abnormal

Bleeding) not for Haidh (Menstruation) and Nifas (Postnatal Bleeding).

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Note: A Mubtadi'ah is a woman who experiences menstruation or postnatal bleeding for the first time while a Mu'tadah is a woman who has experienced menstration or postnatal bleeding before.

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Note: Saum (Fasting) that are missed due to Haidh (Menstration), Nifas (Postnatal Bleeding) and mistakingly for Istihadhah (Abnormal Bleeding) Must be repeated after Ramadhan. Suh Sadiq refers to Fajr (Dawn).

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.
Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and
Nifas is postnatal bleeding.
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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Haidh is Menstruation while Istihadhah is an abnormal bleeding and Nifas is postnatal bleeding.

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Note: Saum (Fasting) that are missed due to Haidh (Menstration), Nifas (postnatal Bleeding) and mistakingly for Istihadhah (Abnormal Bleeding) Must be repeated after Ramadhan. Suh Sadiq refers to Fajr (Dawn).

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Note: Saum(fasting) that are missed due to Haidh(Menstration), Nifas (postnatal Bleeding) and mistakingly for Istihadhah (abnormal Bleeding) Must be repeated after Ramadhan. Suh Sadiq refers to Fajr (dawn).

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Note: Qada (missed) Salah Must be reprayed for periods of Istihadah

(Abnormal Bleeding) not for Haidh (Menstruation) and Nifas (Postnatal Bleeding).

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Note: Qada (missed) Salah Must be reprayed for periods of Istihadah (Abnor-

mal Bleeding) not for Haidh (Menstruation) and Nifas (Postnatal Bleeding).

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"Women of purity are for men of purity, and men of purity are for women of purity"(Quran 24:26)

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The Prophet (saws) said: "Haya and Trustworthiness will be the first to go from this world; therefore keep asking Allah for them." (Baihaqi)

(Awrah)

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Note: The ears and neck Must be covered in Salah.

If not, the Salah Must be repeated.

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Abdullah ibn Umar (ra) narrated that the Prophet (saw) said: "Indeed haya (modesty) and Iman are Companions. When one of them is lifted, the other leaves as well." (Baihaqi)

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Narrated on the authority of Anas bin Malik, the Prophet (saw) said: When lewdness is a part of anything, it becomes defective; and when haya is a part of anything it becomes beautiful. (Tirmidhi)

haya is a part of anything it becomes beautiful. (Tirmidhi) ex Ghair-Mahram is a person who

ex Ghair-Mahram is a person who is not permanently forbidden to marry e.g. cousins, friends, brothers-in- law, her mother's sisters' husbands and father's sisters' husbands (Uncles by Marriage) and any other strange male that is mature. It is highly recommended to also cover the face. The ears and neck

highly recommended to also cover the face. The ears and neck Must be covered. In addition,

Must be covered. In addition, the Khimar Must cover the breasts.

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Malik b Uhaimir reported that he heard the Prophet (saw) saying that, "Allah (swt) will not accept any good deeds or worship of an immodest and vulgar person." We asked "Who is a vulgar and immodest person?" He replied, "A man who's wife entertains Ghair-mehram men."

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The Prophet (saw) said: "Surely Allah (is One who) has haya and is the Protector. He loves haya and people who cover each others faults."(Bukhari)

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The Prophet (saw) said: "One part of that which has reached the people from the first

revelations is: If you have no shame, do as you wish."

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"Say to the believing men that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty: that will make for greater purity for them: and Allah is well acquainted with all that they do. And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their Khimars over their breasts and not display their beauty……." (Quran)

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Ibn Abbas said: "Modesty and faith are like two horns. If one is removed, the other one follows it."

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"Three groups of people Allah obliged Himself to help them: Mujahid in the cause of Allah, a worker to pay his debt, and the one who wants to marry to live a chaste life". (Tirmidhi)

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Aâishah (r) said: How great were the women of the Ansar; their modesty did not

Aâishah (r) said: How great were the women of the Ansar; their modesty did not prevent them from seeking knowledge about their religion. (Ahmad)

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