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(Haya)
 Socially acceptable behaviour and clothes representing
traditional, cultural values

 Propriety in dress, speech or conduct.

 The quality of being decent or not boastful


 Derived from word “hayat” which means “life”
 The original meaning of Haya according to a believer's
nature, refers to a:
 bad and uneasy feeling accompanied by
embarrassment
 caused by one's fear of being exposed or censured for
some unworthy or indecent conduct.
 SAYING FOR MALES:

 “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.” (Surah An- Nur 24:30)
 ”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; they
should not display their beauty except to their:
 husbands
 their fathers
 their husband’s fathers
 their sons
 their husbands’ sons
 their brothers
 their brothers’ sons
 their sisters’ sons
 their women
 or male servants free of physical needs
 or small children who have no sense of the shame of sex
(Surah An-Nur 24:31)
 ”O children of Adam, We have bestowed upon you
clothing to conceal your private parts and as
adornment. But the clothing of righteousness – that is
best. That is from the signs of Allah that perhaps they
will remember.’‘
 (Surah Al-A’raf 7:26)
 “The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: ‘If you have no
shame, do as you wish.’” (Al-Bukhari)

 “Faith consists of more than seventy branches. And


haya (modesty) is a part of faith.” (Al-Bukhari)

 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."
 Narrated Abdullah ibn Umar (ra):

The Prophet (saws) passed by a man who was


admonishing his brother regarding Haya and was
saying, "You are very shy, and I am afraid that might
harm you."
On that, Allah's Apostle said, "Leave him, for Haya is (a
part) of Faith."
(Bukhari)
 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)
 Allah loves Haya
 hadith: " Surely Allah (is One who) has haya and is the
Protector. He loves haya and people who cover each
others faults.”
(Bukhari)
Haya itself is a Greatness of Islam as our Prophet
indicated:
"Every way of life has a innate character. The character
of Islam is haya." Or "Every Deen has an innate
character. The character of Islam is modesty (haya)."
(Abu Dawood)
 Haya only brings good and nothing else. Our Prophet
(saw) said:
"Haya does not bring anything except good." (Bukhari)
 Haya is a very clear indication of our Iman
As the Prophet (saw) had mentioned to the Ansar who
was condemning is brother about being shy:
"Leave him, for Haya is (a part) of Faith." (Bukhari)
 Haya leads us to PARADISE

 As the Prophet saws) told us:


"Haya comes from Iman; Iman leads to Paradise.
Obscenity comes from antipathy; and antipathy leads
to the fire."
 IN DRESS
 IN WHAT WE WATCH OR READ
 IN WHAT WE SAY
 IN HOW WE TREAT OTHERS
 IN FRIENDS WE CHOOSE
 IN PLACE WE GO
 IN WHAT WE DO
 Lowering the gaze and avoiding flirtatious speech and
conduct
• Avoiding close physical contact with unrelated
members of the opposite sex
• Observing modest or Islamic dress according to the
Qur’an and Sunnah
• Not drawing unnecessary attention to oneself.
• In addition, women should:
• Avoid wearing perfume or cosmetics in front of
unrelated men (and related men who are eligible for a
woman to marry)