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|Other Titles: ||The Culture of Islamic Clothing|
Islam;Islamic Culture;Clothing Culture;Hadith;Arab History
|Issue Date: ||2013-12-23 17:44:01 (UTC+8)|
Islam's territory has spread across Asia, Africa, and Europe since Middle Ages; today, muslims are scattered among the world. They preserve their cultural traditions while wearing, but there are also similarities that are dictated by the Qur'an and Hadith (or Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad). Encountering the World's globalization, Islamic clothing has become unique with its characteristic. According to the Qur'an and Hadith, the clothing that were worn by some inhabitants that used to live on the Arabian Peninsula in the Days of Ignorance (al-Jahiliyyah) are considered undesirable and immoral; therefore, the Quran and Hadith set a standard for the Muslim clothing that was taking away the bad, leaving the good. Islamic 'ulama' also made a few explanations to the Quran and Hadith, for the sake of letting the Muslims understand. Temporal or spacial, no matter how these two factors change, it does not influence the muslim clothing standard thought, that is, chastity, nature, modesty, and emphasizing the traits of Ummah. Since religion is a main influence to the muslims, it is a spiritual energy that drives all of their motivations. This paper emphasizes on the following discussing: 1. The origin and development of muslim's clothing 2. Legal basis of muslim's clothing 3. The composition of muslim clothing. 4. Muslim's dress code, referring to Arabic firsthand and authoritative sources such as the Qur'an, The Beaten Path (Al-Muwatta'), al-Bukhaari's Collection of Hadith (Sahiih al-Bukhaari), Muslim's Collection of Hadith (Sahiih Muslim), Al-Tabari's Explanation of Qur'an (Tafsiir al-Tabari), Explanation of the Holy Qur'an (Tafsiir al-Qur'an al-'Aziim), A Complete Collection of Hadith (Jaami 'al-Usuul fi Ahaadiith al-Rasuul)…etc. Several observations have been reached through the study: 1 .The restrictions of muslim male and female's clothing in the Qur'an and Hadith are almost equal 2. Find out the origin of Islamic traditional clothing 3. Figure out some main values and spiritual symbolizations of Islamic clothing.
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