The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.
Covering of Private Parts and the Dress for Prayer.
|Section:||Covering the 'Awra|
|Topic/Issue:||1253 - 'Awra for women -- |
|Imam Malik, Imam Shafi'i||Everything except face and hands.||In verse 24:31, the words 'And to display of their adornment only that which
is apparent' the intended
exemption is for what is customarily not covered, that is, the face and the
They (further) argued for
this on the grounds that a woman does not cover her face during hajj.
|Imam Abu Hanifa||Everything except face, hands, and feet.|
|Imam Ahmed||Everything.||In verse 24:31, the words 'And to display of their adornment only that which
is apparent' the intended exemption is only for those parts that she cannot help but display
for this on the basis of the general implication of the words in 33:59
|It is based on the possible interpretation of Ayah 33:59|
|Evidences :||1 - Quran [24:31], 2 - Quran [33:59] [Hide/Show]|
|Tags :||Worship, Salah, Prayer, Covering, Dress, 'Awra|
|See Also:||Covering the 'Awra|
Is covering the 'awra is a condition for the validity of Prayer?
'Awra for men
The dress permitted for Prayer
|Last Updated:||2011-01-09 |
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