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7 years 10 months ago #2235 by Abu Ubaidah
Benefit on wearing the black imāmah (turban)

Abū Ubaidah: Is it impermissible to wear the black imāma (turban) ?


Mūsá Richarson: Since its become the specific dress of the Raafidhah, AhluSunnah avoid it. I use to wear a black imāmah in makkah cause its in ṣaḥīḥ bukharee and regular people kept assuming i was a Shee'ee (follower of the Shia sect). Our mashayikh (Mashayikh of Ahlu sunnah of our time) don't wear it


Abū Ubaidah: Na'aam, if its in ṣaḥīḥ Bukharee we still avoid it? Even if it is attributed to the prophets (salalaahu Alayhi wa Salam) Dress code ?


Mūsá Richardson: We need to know if the messenger of Allaah (Salalaahu alayhi wa salam) chose black to worship Allaah (and) to draw close to Allaah by choosing it.
To try to draw close to Allaah with something that the messenger (Salalaahu alayhi wa salam) was not doing to draw close to Allaah is the very definition of bid'ah.(innovation). Its Authentic that he (Salalaahu alayhi wa salam) had long shoulder length hair, yet shaykh al-Albānī said that those who grow their hair like that, to follow him in that, are doing bid'ah (innovation). We have something called Sunnatu 'Aadah (which means) customary things done not intended to be guidance, the long hair and the imāmah seem to be from them (from the Sunnatu' Aadah).



Abū Ubaidah: So we do not follow the Sunnatu' Aadah ?


Mūsá Richarson: Not to draw near to Allaah as an act of following the Messenger, No. We do them if its our Aadah (custom) though.

Here is a beneficial link concerning this topic, "How to distinguish between Sunnah and Arab culture By Sheikh Albani" salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=9&Topic=6415


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