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Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Lukgaf(m): 10:16am On Jan 11
Question:
What is the ruling on removing hair from the body by burning it with fire when it is connected to the body? I saw my husband burning the hair in his ears with fire, and after that the skin of one of his ears bled, and I was afraid that this might be a punishment from Allah.



Answer:


Praise be to Allah

Firstly:

The texts of the Revelation describe in detail what it is prescribed to remove of body hair, and what is forbidden, and they remained silent about some types of hair, such as hair in the ears. The basic principle with regard to this type is that removing it is permissible, as is the basic principle of sharia.

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said, when discussing the ruling on removing hair from the arms and legs:

If there is a lot of hair, there is nothing wrong with removing it, because it is unsightly. But if it is of an ordinary amount, then some of the scholars said that it should not be removed, because removing it comes under the heading of changing the creation of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted. Other scholars said that it is permissible to remove it, because it is something concerning which Allah did not say anything. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Whatever Allah said nothing about, is overlooked.” In other words, it is not obligatory for you and it is not forbidden to you. These scholars said: Hair may be divided into three categories:

i. That which the religious texts stated it is forbidden to remove.

ii. That which the religious texts stated it is required to remove.

iii. That concerning which the religious texts did not say anything.

Whatever the religious texts stated it is prohibited to remove, should not be removed, such as the beard of a man, or plucking the eyebrows of women and men.

Whatever the religious texts stated it is required to remove, should be removed, such as armpit hair, pubic hair, and the moustache for men.

As for that concerning which the religious texts did not say anything, it is overlooked, because if it was among that which Allah, may He be exalted, does not want us to leave, He would have commanded us to remove it; if it was among that which Allah wanted us to leave, He would have commanded us to leave it. But because He did not say anything about it, then it is down to personal choice: if a person wishes, he may remove it, and if he wishes, he may leave it. And Allah is the source of help.

End quote. Majmoo‘ Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (11/134).

Secondly:

With regard to that which it is prescribed to remove of body hair, there is no specific way prescribed to remove it, especially if it is the kind of hair concerning which the religious texts did not say anything. So if a person removes it by any means, that is permissible, so long as the way of removing it does not cause any harm, in which case it would be disallowed for that reason.

What appears to be the case is that in skilled hands, removing hair from the ears and the like with light fire does not cause any harm, so in that case it is permissible and is not disliked.

But if someone fears that he may be harmed by removing any of the hair from his body using fire, or he is not skilled in doing that, then this method is not permissible for him, and he should remove it by some other means that he does not fear will cause harm.

It was narrated from Abu Sa‘eed al-Khudri (may Allah have mercy on him) that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “There should be neither harming no reciprocating harm.” Narrated by al-Haakim (2/57-58), who said: Its isnad is saheeh according to the conditions of Muslim. It was also classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Silsilat al-Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah (1/498).

And Allah knows best


https://islamqa.info/en/275555

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Rashduct4luv(m): 7:17am On Jan 12
Lukgaf:
Question:
What is the ruling on removing hair from the body by burning it with fire when it is connected to the body? I saw my husband burning the hair in his ears with fire, and after that the skin of one of his ears bled, and I was afraid that this might be a punishment from Allah.



Answer:


Praise be to Allah

Firstly:

The texts of the Revelation describe in detail what it is prescribed to remove of body hair, and what is forbidden, and they remained silent about some types of hair, such as hair in the ears. The basic principle with regard to this type is that removing it is permissible, as is the basic principle of sharia.

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said, when discussing the ruling on removing hair from the arms and legs:

If there is a lot of hair, there is nothing wrong with removing it, because it is unsightly. But if it is of an ordinary amount, then some of the scholars said that it should not be removed, because removing it comes under the heading of changing the creation of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted. Other scholars said that it is permissible to remove it, because it is something concerning which Allah did not say anything. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Whatever Allah said nothing about, is overlooked.” In other words, it is not obligatory for you and it is not forbidden to you. These scholars said: Hair may be divided into three categories:

i. That which the religious texts stated it is forbidden to remove.

ii. That which the religious texts stated it is required to remove.

iii. That concerning which the religious texts did not say anything.

Whatever the religious texts stated it is prohibited to remove, should not be removed, such as the beard of a man, or plucking the eyebrows of women and men.

Whatever the religious texts stated it is required to remove, should be removed, such as armpit hair, pubic hair, and the moustache for men.

As for that concerning which the religious texts did not say anything, it is overlooked, because if it was among that which Allah, may He be exalted, does not want us to leave, He would have commanded us to remove it; if it was among that which Allah wanted us to leave, He would have commanded us to leave it. But because He did not say anything about it, then it is down to personal choice: if a person wishes, he may remove it, and if he wishes, he may leave it. And Allah is the source of help.

End quote. Majmoo‘ Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (11/134).

Secondly:

With regard to that which it is prescribed to remove of body hair, there is no specific way prescribed to remove it, especially if it is the kind of hair concerning which the religious texts did not say anything. So if a person removes it by any means, that is permissible, so long as the way of removing it does not cause any harm, in which case it would be disallowed for that reason.

What appears to be the case is that in skilled hands, removing hair from the ears and the like with light fire does not cause any harm, so in that case it is permissible and is not disliked.

But if someone fears that he may be harmed by removing any of the hair from his body using fire, or he is not skilled in doing that, then this method is not permissible for him, and he should remove it by some other means that he does not fear will cause harm.

It was narrated from Abu Sa‘eed al-Khudri (may Allah have mercy on him) that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “There should be neither harming no reciprocating harm.” Narrated by al-Haakim (2/57-58), who said: Its isnad is saheeh according to the conditions of Muslim. It was also classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Silsilat al-Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah (1/498).

And Allah knows best


https://islamqa.info/en/275555






The Non-Muslim would be bothered that Islam is a Religion of many rules i.e. there are many "ruling on this" and "ruling on that". this should make you know that Islam is a total way of life. The rulings starts even before birth till after death...Alhamdulillah i am a Muslim upon the understanding of the Salafs. May Allah grant us Jannat al-Firdaous. Aameen

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Ermacc: 9:28am On Jan 12
Na wa, this people get rules for everything. Ruling on eating agbalumo, ruling on farting, ruling on buying charger

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by aminu790(m): 9:31am On Jan 12
Ermacc:
Na wa, this people get rules for everything. Ruling on eating agbalumo, ruling on farting, ruling on buying charger
You want to live a life without rules? Chai

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Ermacc: 9:34am On Jan 12
aminu790:
You want to live a life without rules? Chai
Those rules are too rigid, robotic and ridiculous.

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by aminu790(m): 9:37am On Jan 12
Ermacc:
Those rules are too rigid, robotic and ridiculous.
Can you analyze your statement please? As in what sense?
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Ermacc: 9:41am On Jan 12
aminu790:
Can you analyze your statement please? As in what sense?
I'm sure you have access to a dictionary.

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by idu1(m): 9:48am On Jan 12
People dey remove hair from their ear with fire before?

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 9:49am On Jan 12
what the hell is all this stupid rules for.. undecided undecided

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 9:50am On Jan 12
Ermacc:
Na wa, this people get rules for everything. Ruling on eating agbalumo, ruling on farting, ruling on buying charger


as in the tin weak me..
worst of all majority of it is just plain idiotic undecided undecided

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by LegendaryArnold(m): 10:21am On Jan 12
Thank God I don't grow hair in my ear

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Rashduct4luv(m): 10:50am On Jan 12
marvin902:



as in the tin weak me..
worst of all majority of it is just plain idiotic undecided undecided


You said Stupid the other time and now it is idiotic! Just because there are no rules in you religion does not concern us. Why can't you just face your rule-less religion!

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 11:13am On Jan 12
Rashduct4luv:



You said Stupid the other time and now it is idiotic! Just because there are no rules in you religion does not concern us. Why can't you just face your rule-less religion!


whose this idiot again they just released from kiri kiri prison..
mind you my religion those not have useless and imbecilic rules like yours..
blame the person that drank orijin when writing your childish rules undecided undecided

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by muhammed50(m): 11:32am On Jan 12
marvin902:



whose this idiot again they just released from kiri kiri prison..
mind you my religion those not have useless and imbecilic rules like yours..
blame the person that drank orijin when writing your childish rules undecided undecided
just because your religion is rule-less doesn't mean you should comment negatively on a post that less concern you. If you have nothing meaningful on your brain, then go AWAY!

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by bamidelee: 11:42am On Jan 12
Ermacc:
Na wa, this people get rules for everything. Ruling on eating agbalumo, ruling on farting, ruling on buying charger
no vex
Man is not created for the fun of it
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by MichaelSokoto(m): 11:57am On Jan 12
idu1:
People dey remove hair from their ear with fire before?
I taya oo!

btw, on my way here to quote u, dey said I shld profess to been a muslim & all those bla bla. na so dem dey run am for muslim threads on NL?
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 2:49pm On Jan 12
muhammed50:
just because your religion is rule-less doesn't mean you should comment negatively on a post that less concern you. If you have nothing meaningful on your brain, then go AWAY!



i agree my religion is rule-less..
buh i would rather be in a rule-less religion than be in a mediocre religion that dictates..
how i piss,walk,kiss even dictates how i fvck...
stop being proud of your stupidity undecided undecided

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Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by muhammed50(m): 2:55pm On Jan 12
marvin902:




i agree my religion is rule-less..
buh i would rather be in a rule-less religion than be in a mediocre religion that dictates..
how i piss,walk,kiss even dictates how i fvck...
stop being proud of your stupidity undecided undecided
A religion that has no rule on your way of life, is that one a religion??
Bro, Embrace Islam today!
#proud_to_be_a_muslim
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by Rashduct4luv(m): 3:01pm On Jan 12
marvin902:



whose this idiot again they just released from kiri kiri prison..
mind you my religion those not have useless and imbecilic rules like yours..
blame the person that drank orijin when writing your childish rules undecided undecided
.
I don't think i should reply you after this.
.
You have nothing to offer religiously only to pollute others with your filth!
.
Someone who abuses like this shows the kinda home and upbringing he come from and had respectively.
.
Be a Muslim and change this your bad attitude...
Bye.
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 3:31pm On Jan 12
Rashduct4luv:

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I don't think i should reply you after this.
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You have nothing to offer religiously only to pollute others with your filth!
.
Someone who abuses like this shows the kinda home and upbringing he come from and had respectively.
.
Be a Muslim and change this your bad attitude...
Bye.


i would rather drink angle 90..
than join a religion full of terrorist,child abusers,hypocrites,and moronic beings... tongue tongue
Re: Ruling On Removing Hair On The Ear With Fire by marvin902(m): 4:10pm On Jan 12
muhammed50:
A religion that has no rule on your way of life, is that one a religion??
Bro, Embrace Islam today!
#proud_to_be_a_muslim


may God forbid i join terrorists undecided undecided

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