Islamic Sufism Spirituality

Hijaab for Men in Islam

Posted on: June 16, 2008


Some of the laws of hijaab pertaining to males are the following:

  1. A man may not even look at a female who is not his mahram. Allah Ta’ala declares in the Qur’an: “And say to the Believing men to lower their gazes (from strange women) and protect their chastity” (Surah An-Noor:30).

  2. If genuine necessity requires that a man should communicate with a non-mahram woman, it should be from behind a curtain. Allah Ta’ala declares: “And if you should ask them for something, ask them from behind a curtain” (S33:V53).

  3. A man may not be in a secluded place with a non-mahram woman (even though he is not communicating with her) except if her mahram is present. This will include places like the office, car, etc. Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) is reported to have said: “A man must not be in a secluded place with any woman except that her mahram is present with her” (Mishkaat).

The above three points broadly cover most of the rules of hijaab that apply to men.

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