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A woman shaved her head to afflict her with forbidden grief and forbidden

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Shaheen Al-Toukhi, one of the scholars of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif in Egypt, confirmed that the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, forbade a woman to shave her head except in some cases and exceptions, such as the presence of an injury to her head.

He pointed out that women shaving their hair due to a misfortune or sadness, or imitating one of the customs of ignorance such as mourning and sadness, a lot is forbidden and forbidden, commenting on the artist Sherine’s recent appearance: “If science, religion and work are absent, this becomes the natural result.”

Al-Toukhi explained in televised statements that “a woman is permitted to shave her head if there is an injury to her head, according to the opinion of a trusted specialized doctor, and hair loss is without a solution to the matter without shaving.”

Al-Toukhi explained, “The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, forbade a woman to shave her head. This hadith is authentic on the authority of Qatada on the authority of Ikrimah. It is not permissible for a woman to shave her hair because she is afflicted with calamity or grief.

He added: “If science is absent, if religion is absent, if work is absent, then this is the natural result, the trend controls people, man instead of being busy with work and science has become concerned with the trend.”

He continued: “As long as the issue was raised in the media, the ruling had to be clarified, and our reference is the Book, the Sunnah and the consensus, and a true and explicit hadeeth was reported about a woman shaving her hair, but if there is an injury to the head that necessitates that, there is nothing wrong with that.”

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