A Nigerian lady has got herself trending on Twitter after she listed out some habits that are forbidden in Islam on the platform.
The lady identified as @XahrerhIB on Twitter advised fellow ladies to desist from fixing nails, eyelashes, attachments and others because it is forbidden in Islam.
“Dear Muslim Ladies,
Attachment is HARAAM
Fake nails is HARAAM
Fake eyelashes is HARAAM
Bleaching is HARAAM
Plucking eyebrows is HARAAM
Tight revealing clothes HARAAM
Imitating men is HARAAM
Heavy perfume is HARAAM
Revealing hair is HARAAM
May Allah guide us to the right part.”, she tweeted.
However, her tweet caused mixed reactions on the platform with some users taking to the comment section of her tweet to write their opinion,
See some comments below;
Drop the verse(e) that say(s) all the aforementioned are haram too. I hope you know dt calling what is not haram an haram is also haram. Don't use Hadith to bamboozle us. Also know d difference between Hadith and Quran. Wallao Alam
— Fayeniz211 (@yenric) December 4, 2019
Displaying pictures is Haram, I think make up too sis.
— stephenie with an e not a (@stephenaaay) December 3, 2019
you shouldn’t have to bother yourself, because as you know, this life is full of fake friends,poors,shoes,rich,clothes and everything u can’t imagine. And wallahi that why many people are distress and sad, because it is all this that peoplecherished most. Allah guidance. Amin
— Al Amin Kabir (@itz_ilimiey) December 4, 2019
— Bison’s Daddy (@El_Azool) December 3, 2019
The fake eyewear on your Avi too is HARAM, always practice what u preach
— Man Like Gaba (@cooldjgaba) December 3, 2019
Woman cam wear anything that beautify them in as much as it doesn't reveal there body and prevent them from being able to practice islam. If you're not praying, then i suppose you can wear it. Allah knows best
— Mubarak Adigun (@Femi_OfMainland) December 4, 2019
Opening a social media is haraam, putting on body spray is haraam, putting on roll on is haraam, wearing clothes is haraam, you being a girl is haraam, you being born is haraam, you having to do anything that makes you comfortable as a girl is haraam. Arewa Twitter has spoken.
— GOODMAN(#endsars) ©🥰👀🇳🇬 (@Goodman_Raay) December 4, 2019
Pictures are haram, walk the talk Sis "Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood reported that the Prophet (SA2) said: "Those who will be most severely punished by Allaah on the Day of Resurrection will be the image-makers." (Reported by al-Bukhaari, see al-Fath, 10/382)"
— Qifayah (@_caphie) December 4, 2019
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 except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their khimār over their breasts and not display their beauty
— I.D Nobel (@Beesiihorlarh) December 4, 2019