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sis_saleha
12-03-2005, 04:22 PM
:sl: brothers and sisters

i really want one of those shahada headbands they so nice but i cant fund them anyhere does any1 know where you can get them from jzk for reading inshallah u will
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sonz
12-03-2005, 04:26 PM
salam

i lookin for 1 too
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sis_saleha
12-03-2005, 04:36 PM
:sl:
me 2 i cant find em any where if any1 knws plzz tell us jzk
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Durrah
12-03-2005, 05:27 PM
:sl:

The internet is a good place to look.

I dont know any partcular sites but they should have something im sure.

Shop wise, i've seen a few shops not far from me sell them, but thats in my area.

All i can say is, look in islamic shops which are located in muslim populated areas. Your bound to find one atleast that sells them.

Also remeber that you cant enter into the toilet with them because they have allah s.w.t name written on it, so be careful as to where you enter, when wearing it.
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Mainul_Islam
12-04-2005, 12:45 AM
:sl:

uh oh....

i ordered a keychain with "bismillah" and shahada written on it.. i better be extra careful now where i go :ooh:
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_salam_
12-04-2005, 12:59 AM
You might want to read this before wearing one of those headbands.

Question :

Salam.
There are T-shirts currently available in my area with the word "Allah" written on it. The issue has been raised that this is wrong because people may abuse the T-shirt by wearing it or throwing it on the floor out of carelessness. Also, it has been asked whether it can be worn to the toilet.
What is your opinion on the matter ?
Jazakallah.


Answer :

Praise be to Allaah.

It is not permissible to buy or wear these T-shirts, and the one who wears them should be denounced, because they involve disrespect towards the name of Allaah, which is bound to be mistreated by being printed on these shirts, whether they are thrown in places where Allaah’s name should not be put, such as in bathrooms (especially when they get dirty and need washing) or are mistreated in other ways. If you and other Muslims refrain from buying these shirts, this will narrow the market for them, which will force the producers – if their aim is merely commercial – to stop printing them. And Allaah knows best.


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I suppose a headband would be about the same as a t-shirt since your wearing it on your body and it is bound to end up in unappropriate places.
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sis_saleha
12-05-2005, 01:14 AM
assalamu alaikum
jzk for the info but i have checked online and in my local islamic tore and they dont have them plzzz could anyone tell me a site they have them on inshallah and also jzk for the warnings about where to not where them but plz could somebody tell me a site i can get them on jzk
sister saleha xxx
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Khadeejah
12-05-2005, 01:26 AM
Asalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi wa BAraakatu,
I have seen a shahada hat but not head band I will keep my eyes open for one inshaAllah....*smile*
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Maheen
12-05-2005, 01:50 AM
Assalamu Alaikum:peace:

Sister, you can try www.khalifaklothing.com

Hopefully, you might find what your looking for Insha'allah.:coolsis:


Wassalamu Alaikum:peace:
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sis_saleha
12-06-2005, 05:07 PM
assalamu alaikum jzk for all ure help sis that link wont work can u have a look on the site 4 me inshallah and let me know jzk
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libyanhero
12-06-2005, 05:15 PM
anyone seen this site before: http://www.muslimgear.com/

or this for ladies: http://www.primomoda.com/
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_salam_
12-06-2005, 05:34 PM
Or all of you could help support a good cause and shop at the link below....just click on my signature!!!
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Z
12-06-2005, 05:41 PM
Salaam.

To the brother above, I really like what your doing here, but why would I as a Muslim want to wear something which says 'Muslim'? Wouldn't the beard on my face, the Sunnah dress I attire be enough?

Or are these tops for those beardless guys who so foolishly remove themselves from this great Ummah almost every morning to let the world know they are still Muslim.
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libyanhero
12-06-2005, 05:43 PM
its www.khalifahklothing.com u forgot the "H: in khalifah
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_salam_
12-06-2005, 07:44 PM
Originally Posted by Z
Salaam.

To the brother above, I really like what your doing here, but why would I as a Muslim want to wear something which says 'Muslim'? Wouldn't the beard on my face, the Sunnah dress I attire be enough?
No, thats not always the case. I have a beard and have been dressed in "Sunnah attire" before (which I do wear from time to time) and have met or been talking to people and they still didn't have a clue that I was a Muslim. Not that I'm out there trying to prove to anyone who I am, which is not what those t-shirts are about if that's what you're thinking.

My question to you is what exactly is "Sunnah attire" anyway? Is it some cultural style of clothing worn by a relatively specific group of Muslims in a certain country. Is it something that was only worn by the Prophet (saws) and his companions. Or is it any type/style of clothing that fulfills the requirements of dress (such as making sure certain parts are covered) as set by Allah and His messenger (saws). I mean if I go to one part of the world I will see Muslims wearing clothing like this (shalwar kameez) and yet if I go to another part of the world it might look more like this (thobe) or what about this one or this shirt with these pants which are above the ankles those last two outfits pretty much just looks like a normal dress shirt and some pants....so is that still "Sunnah attire"? Also a lot of the Hadiths that I have seen talking about the Prophets (saws) clothing mention that he wore Izaars. Now I'm sure there are some brothers out there that wear an Izaar but I have yet to meet one.

My point here is that I don't think Allah is going to care what type/style of clothing we are wearing as long as it does the job of covering our bodies in the correct way. So why do some people get so bent out of shape when I wear a different style of clothing which is still doing the job correctly. Let me guess your going to say "because it's imitating the kufar", right? Well now days there really isn't much that you could wear that isn't being worn by some kufar somewhere in the world. For instance, some Christian women (such as the Coptic Christians) cover their heads with a scarf that looks almost identical to the hijab. Some non-Muslim men have beards too. I have seen some Hindu women who wear clothing that looks just like the shalwar kameez. There are also some non-mulsim youth in my country who have started wearing this little hats called "du rags" (or something like that) that looks just like some Kufis, and infact the Kufis that I wear have been mistaken for them by non-muslims. So it looks like there isn't much we can do that couldn't be compared to what the kufar are doing. I would also like to refer you to this:

Question :

What is the ruling on using clothing of the kuffar (unbelievers)?


Answer :

The use of clothing of the kuffar (unbelievers) which they have worn is permissible as long as there is no known najasa (impurity) regarding it, because the default for things in general is tahaarah (purity) and it is not overridden by mere doubt. Likewise, what they have woven and dyed and what has been imported from their countries are also permissible, as long as they do not comprise anything haram (forbidden), because the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his sahaba (his companions) wore items the kuffar had woven and made, and likewise the Prophet (peace be upon him) wore a Roman jubba (a long outer garment, open in front, with wide sleeves).


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Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid (www.islam-qa.com)

I'm not saying that there is something wrong with wearing so called "Sunnah attire", as I myself wear it on occasion, all I'm saying is let's try and be a little more accepting and not look down on brothers and sisters who choose to not wear clothing from somebody elses culture.
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Maheen
12-07-2005, 12:10 AM
http://www.khalifahklothing.com/

try this sister,Insha'allah itll work
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Ibn Abi Ahmed
12-07-2005, 12:43 AM
Originally Posted by Z
Salaam.

To the brother above, I really like what your doing here, but why would I as a Muslim want to wear something which says 'Muslim'? Wouldn't the beard on my face, the Sunnah dress I attire be enough?

Or are these tops for those beardless guys who so foolishly remove themselves from this great Ummah almost every morning to let the world know they are still Muslim.
:sl:

I agree with brother Z. Whats the point of wearing this just to show off? i mean, your basically showing off wearing these kind of bandanas and clothes. Its better to just dress apporpriatly, beard, clean clothes, etc then to wear this kind of thigns.

:w:
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_salam_
12-07-2005, 12:51 AM
I don't think those t-shirts draw anymore attention then wearing a thobe or shalwar kameez, if anything they probably draw less attention, but like I said I'm not wearing them to try and draw attention to myself. Anyway it's up to you to wear what ever you want so to you your way and to me mine.
Salam Alaikum.

It seems most of the members disagree with what I'm doing, which is fine by the way, but I'm just wondering if there are any members out there who agree with what I have been saying.
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Z
12-08-2005, 04:27 PM
Salaam.

Sunnah attire is the way we have been told to dress. We haven't been told what to dress in, but how to dress I agree.

But why must we commercialise Islam? You know what happens when you begin to commercialise things? Over time the initial idea is lost, and we are left with nothing but what we do, not knowing why we do it.

Won't there be a time where the people will say 'I am a Muslim because my father was'? Yeah, this is the begining of it.
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_salam_
12-09-2005, 06:39 AM
Originally Posted by Z
Salaam.

Sunnah attire is the way we have been told to dress. We haven't been told what to dress in, but how to dress I agree.

But why must we commercialise Islam? You know what happens when you begin to commercialise things? Over time the initial idea is lost, and we are left with nothing but what we do, not knowing why we do it.

Won't there be a time where the people will say 'I am a Muslim because my father was'? Yeah, this is the begining of it.
I agree with what you're saying about how commercialising things can ruin them but you can commercialise pretty much anything, it doesn't have to be a t-shirt to commercialise it you could commercialise a thobe or shalwar kameez too. Plus I'm not out here trying to commercialise anything or trying to make a buck off of Islam, I'm just trying to make some clothing that Muslims can feel proud about wearing (instead of throwing there money away to big "commercialised" companies who don't stand for anything good) if they don't like wearing the more traditional thobe or shalwar kameez. I'm just trying to give some more options while helping out our brothers and sister in Islam at the same time.

Unfortunately I think we're already well past the time when Muslims are only Muslim because their parents were and I don't think it had anything to do with things becoming commercialised. I think it has more to do with Muslims not caring enough about their deen to teach their kids properly.
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Z
12-09-2005, 04:38 PM
Salaam.

When I mean commercialise I don't mean 'let's make money'. No, make it commercial. Let there be nothing to it in other words. I guess it's too complicated to understand, never mind.

Personally, I'd rather wear some Firetrap and keep a beard. Much cooler than wearing some cheap old clothing printed in someones shed saying 'Muslim' on it or something.
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_salam_
12-10-2005, 01:47 AM
Originally Posted by Z
Salaam.

When I mean commercialise I don't mean 'let's make money'. No, make it commercial. Let there be nothing to it in other words. I guess it's too complicated to understand, never mind.

Personally, I'd rather wear some Firetrap and keep a beard. Much cooler than wearing some cheap old clothing printed in someones shed saying 'Muslim' on it or something.
No, I understand what you mean by commercial. You're refering to something which is just a trend that people do or wear because it's the "in" or "popular" thing to do, and peole have know idea why they are doing it or wearing it, they're just doing it to be popular too. But like I said before that can happen with anything, including a thobe or shalwar kameez or even a hijab, cause I know there are sisters out there that wear the hijab and they have no idea what its all about they just wear it cause they were told to.

I'm not sure what you mean by a "Firetrap" so you'll have to explain that one. The clothing that I'm selling isn't cheap at all they are the same quality of something you would buy at a regular store, and they certainly aren't printed in my shed or anything like that. You should visit www.spreadshirt.com to see how the shirts are actually made and the quality of them, especially before make such acusations against somebody else.
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Snowflake
12-13-2005, 02:39 PM
Originally Posted by _salam_
You might want to read this before wearing one of those headbands.

Question :

Salam.
There are T-shirts currently available in my area with the word "Allah" written on it. The issue has been raised that this is wrong because people may abuse the T-shirt by wearing it or throwing it on the floor out of carelessness. Also, it has been asked whether it can be worn to the toilet.
What is your opinion on the matter ?
Jazakallah.


Answer :

Praise be to Allaah.

It is not permissible to buy or wear these T-shirts, and the one who wears them should be denounced, because they involve disrespect towards the name of Allaah, which is bound to be mistreated by being printed on these shirts, whether they are thrown in places where Allaah’s name should not be put, such as in bathrooms (especially when they get dirty and need washing) or are mistreated in other ways. If you and other Muslims refrain from buying these shirts, this will narrow the market for them, which will force the producers – if their aim is merely commercial – to stop printing them. And Allaah knows best.


Islam Q&A
Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid (www.islam-qa.com)

I suppose a headband would be about the same as a t-shirt since your wearing it on your body and it is bound to end up in unappropriate places.
:sl:

JazakAllah Brother, good post mashaAllah. Apart from not wearing such items of clothing for obvious reasons, I can't help thinking it is a bit like advertising yourself to be so Islamic.
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_salam_
12-14-2005, 02:16 AM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
:sl:

JazakAllah Brother, good post mashaAllah. Apart from not wearing such items of clothing for obvious reasons, I can't help thinking it is a bit like advertising yourself to be so Islamic.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "so Islamic", please explain.
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Ansar Al-'Adl
12-14-2005, 02:27 AM
Originally Posted by Z
Much cooler than wearing some cheap old clothing printed in someones shed saying 'Muslim' on it or something.
:sl: bro,
These kind of comments can be very insulting and offensive, especially if someone's putting a lot of effort into a service for the Muslim community. Please try to be more sensitive towards others inshaa'Allah and remember the Prophet saws said, "Whoever is deprived of gentleness is deprived of all good." (Muslim, Book 32, Number 6270 & Abu Dawood, Book 41, Number 4791).

JazakumAllahu khayran for your cooperation.
:w:
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cldnite
12-14-2005, 03:22 AM
Salamualaikum,
i apologize if this q is kinda off topic, but... while we're all talking about muslim attire, and trying to find muslim attire..... does anybody know where i can find a green turban?
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_salam_
12-14-2005, 06:48 AM
Originally Posted by cldnite
Salamualaikum,
i apologize if this q is kinda off topic, but... while we're all talking about muslim attire, and trying to find muslim attire..... does anybody know where i can find a green turban?
Yeah you can find one at www.alhannah.com along with a bunch of other goods. I recomend this site personally, I bought a shalwar kameez from them and was very pleased.:brother:
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brotherhood
12-15-2005, 09:21 PM
:sl:

jazakallah :D
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minaz
12-15-2005, 10:06 PM
i really want one of those shahada headbands
Is it permissible to wear such a thing? I think it's wrong. Why on earth would you wanna walk down the street with it on? "All eyes on me I’m a Muslim and I want you all to know that I am". Is this not arrogant? I know I aint one to talk about wearing a "sunnah attire", however dress modestly and you're ok. People should like you for the content of your character, your actions, not some writing on a piece of cloth. At the end of the day Allah knows how good a muslim you are, trying to re-enforcing this to others don't mean jack all.
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cldnite
12-16-2005, 12:13 AM
Originally Posted by _salam_
Yeah you can find one at www.alhannah.com along with a bunch of other goods. I recomend this site personally, I bought a shalwar kameez from them and was very pleased.:brother:

Jazakullah khair, bro!

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:coolious:
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_salam_
12-16-2005, 08:35 AM
No prob. Hope it's what you were looking for.
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Idea_Kalifah
05-23-2007, 02:47 PM
salaam, I;m not sure if wearing a headband is permissible, it just seems as if it may be makruh in some way.. so i'm going to try lookin further into it.. here's a site with headbands though

www.wearaloud.com

could someone please inform me.. this is my first post btw

salaam..
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sisterk
02-26-2018, 07:56 AM
Salaam, if anyone is still looking for Shahada headband please message me.
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