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    Nappy Hair verses wearing a "PERM"

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    by , 04-07-2011 at 12:43 AM (25837 Views)

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    [CENTER][SIZE="6"][B]I AM NOT MY HAIR….[/B][/SIZE]

    But it is an emotional, physiological, and spiritual expression of you
    By: Marcus
    “Ishma’il Abdul Haq”
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    [SIZE="3"][COLOR="Red"]The Holy Quran 30:30 “So set thou thy face steadily and truly to the Faith: (establish) Allah's handiwork according to the natural pattern (fitrah) on which He has made mankind: no change (let there be) in the work (wrought) by Allah; that is the standard Religion, but most among mankind understand not.”[/COLOR][/SIZE]

    [SIZE="4"][COLOR="seagreen"]NAPPY HAIR[/COLOR][/SIZE]

    Black women seem to be the only women who ... are always required to change the naturalness of who they are (in Afro-Asiatic tongues naturalness is called al-fitrah) because of what other people think of them. Fitrah or the natural pattern has a physical component as well as a spiritual one. The fitrah of the human body is its beauty and perfection as created by God. Although created perfectly by God-Allah, humans are permitted to enhance their appearance through means approved by God, such as clothes, bathing and perfumes. These are changes to surface appearance, but not to one's essential fitrah or the natural pattern.

    However, radical changes to one's body to suit personal taste or social fashion are condemned as unlawful changes to fitrah. Perming or relaxing our hair falls into this category because it alters your natural hair, and it is harmful, and reflects a negative self image seeking social approval of non-blacks. Procedures to remove or hide deformities resulting from disease or injury are seen as restoring fitrah, rather than changing it, and are therefore allowed.

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    1. DarkManJah's Avatar
      How do you interpret our Sistah's purchasing these elaborate wigs that look like the hairdo worn by those two caucasian females on the old duke of hazards t.v. series? This articular hairpiece is widespread in my neighborhood... Are wigs acceptable? My Motherdear once wore Afro wigs back in the 70's to compliment, i think, my daddy's huge, and well tended 'fro. Whenever a Sistah asks me if i like her hairstyle (long weave down the back, for instance) i'd quickly tell them "not exactly; why don't you try a 'fro?" They'd laugh then kindly dismiss me, lol...

      Jahi

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    2. 's Avatar
      SALAM MY BROTHER, I AM ALSO A MUSLIM.
      I THINK IT IS A MAJOR LACK OF FAITH IN ALLAH SUBHANA WATA ALLAH. WE DON'T ASK FOR HIS GUIDANCE AND LIGHT IN THESE TIMES OF DESPAIR. IF NOT WE WOULD HAVE SEEN THE REAL LIGHT AND SEE THAT OUR NAPPY HAIR IS ALL GOOD AND NO MATTER HOW THE MEDIA TRY TO PICTURE OUR HAIR AS BAD WE WOULD NOT WANT TO CHANGE IT. I NOW UNDERSTAND WHY THE CHEICKS SAY THAT PUTTING A TV IN YOUR HOME IS INVITING THE DEVIL IN.

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    3. mallgo02's Avatar
      [quote=DarkManJah;bt1353][B][COLOR=yellow]How do you interpret our Sistah's purchasing these elaborate wigs that look like the hairdo worn by those two caucasian females on the old duke of hazards t.v. series? This articular hairpiece is widespread in my neighborhood... Are wigs acceptable? My Motherdear once wore Afro wigs back in the 70's to compliment, i think, my daddy's huge, and well tended 'fro. Whenever a Sistah asks me if i like her hairstyle (long weave down the back, for instance) i'd quickly tell them "not exactly; why don't you try a 'fro?" They'd laugh then kindly dismiss me, lol...[/COLOR][/B]
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      [B][COLOR=#ffff00]Jahi[/COLOR][/B][/quote]

      Salaam brother,

      Wigs are not ALTERING the fitra(h) or essential nature of your hair. And has usefulness when there is a disease of the scalp. Both husband and wife should make themselves attractive to one another, in ways that the other likes, so as to strengthen their relationship, but this has to be within the limits of what is allowed in sharee’ah, not by doing things that are prohibited. The use of wigs started among non-Muslim women, who were so well known for wearing them and adorning themselves with them that this became one of their distinguishing features.

      If a woman wears a wig and adorns herself with it, even if she does this for her husband, she is imitating the kaafir women, which the Prophet* (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade: “Whoever imitates a people is one of them.” Wigs also come under the ruling about hair extensions, which is even more vehement in its prohibition: the Prophet* (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade this practice and cursed the one who does it. Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 5/191.

      Humayd ibn ‘Abd al-Rahmaan ibn ‘Awf reported that he heard Mu’aawiyah ibn Abi Sufyaan at the time of Hajj, standing on the minbar and holding a piece of hair that had been seized by his guards, saying: “Where are your scholars? I heard the Messenger of Allaah* (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbidding this kind of thing and saying that Bani Israa’eel were destroyed when their women started to use such things.” Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet* (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

      “Allaah has cursed the woman who adds false hair and the woman who has this done, and the woman who tattoos and the women who has this done.” (Reported by al-Bukhaari, 5477).

      And Allaah knows best.

      *

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    4. t_h_e_queen's Avatar
      Peace. I love what you have said here. I believe that our natural African hair is beautiful, powerful and unique. We should be proud of who we are. Maybe if our people would turn off the devilvision (tv) we'll wake up and realize the power in the nappy hair that protects the positive dome. Some may say "I am not my hair," but I am a firm believer that I AM my hair. I am strength, I am unique, I am over protective of my mind. I am wisdom and patience and understanding. I am beautiful and charismatic. My hair is the perfect definition of ME.

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    5. Aragorn's Avatar
      Also, avoid using hair dyes. These contain dangerous chemicals that cause cancer. The lives of many women have been claimed by cancer from these chemicals-so hair dyes should be avoided.

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    6. maat's Avatar
      Greetings I am new to the site and im looking for discussions, article t the origin of kinky hair. I have typed in the search box and i keep getting the same article which is not related. Please could someone post a link or point me in the right direction. Bless

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