Zoals de titel zegt, ik heb er inmiddels 2 gemaakt.
In 1 dag ( vandaag ) hahaha, het leek mij wel leuk.
Ze zijn niet heel goed, want dit was m'n eerste keer.
Ik vond het ook best wel moeilijk, maar het was de moeite waard!
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Laat maar een reactie achter met wat je er van vind ofzo
Goed dat je de wil bezit om iets voor je geloof te doen.
Waarom recititeer je geen Koran ?
ik ben bang om er fouten in te maken, zoals woorden verkeerd
uitspreken. Ik heb geleerd dat het hele zinnen kan veranderen.
Dus daarom, maar misschien in de toekomst? Insha'allah.
Bedankt voor de tip in ieder geval!
Volgens sommige Fuqaha is de stem van de vrouw Awrah .
Hangt af van wie je allemaal als Fuqaha accepteerd ...
Mooie nasehaa !
Of de stem in totalireit awrah is, weet ik niet. 3aisha (radi ALlah u 3anha) sprak ook tot mannen.
Maar als de vrouw haar stem mooi maakt waar mannen het kunne horen, dan is dit volgens mij, bij idjmaa3 verboden.
na'am , ik ben tot zelfde conclusie gekomen .
It is permissible for a woman to speak in the presence of non-mahram men in cases of necessity, subject to the condition that the speech is straightforward and serious and there is no softness, temptation or provocation in her voice.
Her voice is not ‘awrah according to the correct scholarly view. Women used to speak to RasulAllah (saw) and ask him questions, and they used to speak to the sahabah about their needs, and they were not denounced for doing so. Rather they were forbidden to be soft and gentle in speech.
It is haraam for a woman to speak in such a manner to anyone other than her husband, and it is haraam for men other than her husband to listen to it as Allah says: “then be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease (of hypocrisy, or evil desire for adultery) should be moved with desire, but speak in an honourable manner.”
"Allah commanded them to make their speech serious and straightforward, and their posture and gestures should not convey and wrong ideas, as the Arab women used to do when speaking to men, by making the voice soft and gentle, like the speech of immoral women and prostitutes; He forbade them to do that."
It is said in Tafsir al-Jalalayn:
" If you fear Allah...then do not be complaisant in your speech, with men, lest he in whose heart is a sickness, hypocrisy, aspire (to you), but speak honourable words, without any complaisance."
Ibn Abbas said:
"If ye keep your duty "to Allah" if you obey Allah and His Messenger, "then be not soft of speech" with strangers, "lest he in whose heart is a disease" lust for adultery "aspire (to you), but utter customary speech" straight speech, containing no ambiguity."
(Tanwir al-Miqbas min Tafsir Ibn Abbas)
Ibn Kathir said:
"then be not soft in speech," as-Suddi and others said, this means, do not be gentle in speech when addressing men. Allah says: "lest he in whose heart is a disease should be moved with desire," means, something unclean. "but speak in an honorable manner."
Ibn Zayd said:
"Decent and honorable talk that is known to be good.'' This means that she should address non-Mahram men in a manner in which there is no softness, i.e., a woman should not address a non-Mahram man in the same way that she addresses her husband."
(Tafsir Ibn Kathir)
It says in one of book of Shaafi’i fiqh:
"The woman’s voice is not awrah, and it is permissible to listen to it if there is no fear of fitnah, but it is recommended for her to make her voice unappealing if there is a knock at the door, so she should not answer in a gentle voice, rather she should make it harsh by putting her hand over her mouth."
(Mughni al-Muhtaaj, 4/210)
It says in one of book of Hanbali fiqh:
"The voice (of a non-mahram woman) is not awrah. It says in al-Furu and elsewhere: According to the more correct opinion, it is haraam to gain pleasure from listening to it, even if she is reciting Qur’an, for fear of fitnah."
(Kashshaaf al-Qina, 5/15).