Haram Hairstyle In Islam (Prohibited) – Discover the Reasons
Haram Hairstyle: We often take hairstyle for granted, assuming it isn’t a part of Islam.
However, a hairdo is a component of Islam, which is why this hairstyle is HARAM!
We recently discussed the primary Haram items in Islam, as well as the damaging items described by our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
It’s not a good indication if your hairstyle matches the males in these photos
since it’s HARAM! Men and women have both loved the display of
shaving part of the head and leaving part of it rough to style.
This act is banned in Islam, according to Muhammad (PBUH).
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) prohibited Al-Qaza
according to Al-Bukhaari (5921), and Muslim (2120).
What does Al-Qaza Hairstyle entail?
It entails shaving the sides of your head while leaving the top (center).
“In Allah’s sight, cutting part of a boy’s skull and leaving the other part was illegal.”
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Al Bukhari (5921) and Muslim (2021)