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copyright February 2006 (Muharram 1427)

(updated December 2013 - Safar 1435)


The main difference between a complete and an incomplete Jinaayaat  is related to the period of time during which such an action takes place in everyday life, e.g. a topee, (headgear), is normally worn from the time one gets ready in the morning till the time one goes to sleep, a period of approximately 12-18 hours.


If the Muhrim wears such a head-gear for a period in excess of half of this "normal" time, then the Jinaayaat is complete, otherwise it is incomplete.


Similarly, the above applies only to men for wearing stitched garments, and socks, (or footwear), covering the "shoelace" area.  If worn for more than half of the "normal" time, then the Jinaayaat is complete; otherwise it is termed incomplete.


The same will also apply to the use of Henna and Kohl (Surma), wearing clothing on which aromatic substances have been applied, and for covering the head or face with a cloth.  If used, worn, or covered for more than half the "normal" time, then the Jinaayaat is complete; otherwise it is incomplete.
























































































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