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Lo statuto legale del copricapo nella Shari`ah
Risposta di Muhammad ibn Adam - Darul Iftaa - Leicester, UK

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-uno dei molti e diversi tipi di copricapo che soddisfano la Sunna di coprire il capo; N.d.A-

Question: What is the ruling on a topi in shariah? sunat, mustahab ect? If it is possible can you please provide daleel?

Answer: In the Name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,

Wearing a hat (Qalansuwa in Arabic) is the Sunnah of our blessed Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace), Sahaba (Allah be pleased with them all) and the great scholars and pious predecessors of this Ummah.

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Due to the above, the scholars mention that even though, not wearing a hat can not be classed as unlawful (haram), as it is a Sunnah, but due to the fact that it has become one of the signs of Islam, it is generally undesirable to keep the head exposed. One should try to keep the head covered whenever reasonably possible.

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In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Assalaamu `alaykum waRahmatullahi Wabarakatuh


The covering of the head is a Sunnah which should be practiced both while in prayers and out of prayers. It is stated in Fatawa Al Hindiyyah:

الفتاوى الهندية - (ج 5 / ص 330)

وقد صح أنه صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم كان يلبسها كذا في الوجيز للكردري


((It is authentically proven that Nabi صلي الله عليه و سلم used to adorn the topi, as mentioned in ‘Al Wajeez of Al Kardary))

Likewise, it is mentioned in Khulasah al fatawa

وقد صح أنه كان لرسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم قلانس يلبسها

((It is authentically proven that Nabi صلي الله عليه و سلم had many topis (hats, caps) which he used to wear.)) (Khulasah al fatawa 4/369, Rasheediyyah)

Allamah Ibn Jawzi (R.A) has also classified the topi as Sunnah. (The crown of a believer (27) with reference to the Sharh of Allamah Munawi on Shamaail 1/203) In fact, Allamah Ibn al Arabi mentions that the topi is from the dress of all the Ambiya and pious. He also emphatically mentioned that it is a Sunnah.

الفجر الساطع على الصحيح الجامع - (ج 8 / ص 103)

وقال ابن العربي : (القلنسوة من لباس الأنبياء والصالحين، تصون الرأس وتمكن العمامة، وهي من السنة، وحكمها أن تكون لاطية لا مقبية، إلا أن يفتقر الرجل إلى أن يحفظ رأسه عما يخرج منه عن الأبخرة، فيقبيها أو يثقب فيها)


Similarly, Allamah Al Qastallani (R.A) mentioned that Nabi صلي الله عليه و سلم used to wear a topi which used to be attached to his head. This used to be under his turban. (Al Mawahib al laduniyyah al matboo bi sharh Az Zarqani alayhi 269/6)

Hereunder we have reproduced a few Ahadith which should serve to prove the statements of the illustrious Scholars which we have quoted above

قال أبو داود سننه - (ج 4 / ص 95)

4080 - حدثنا قتيبة بن سعيد الثقفى حدثنا محمد بن ربيعة حدثنا أبو الحسن العسقلانى عن أبى جعفر بن محمد بن على بن ركانة عن أبيه أن ركانة صارع النبى -صلى الله عليه وسلم- فصرعه النبى -صلى الله عليه وسلم- قال ركانة وسمعت النبى -صلى الله عليه وسلم- يقول « فرق ما بيننا وبين المشركين العمائم على القلانس ».(رواه ابو داود، و الحاكم في « المستدرك (3 / 511). و ان كنت تريد البحث في السند فانظر لزاما « بذل المجهود »(6 / 401) و « تحفة الأشراف » (3 / 174)


((The difference between us and the polytheists is that we wear the turban on the topi))(Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi and Al Hakim)


قال البيهقي في شعب الإيمان - (ج 5 / ص 175)

6259 - أخبرنا علي بن أحمد بن عبدان أنا أحمد بن عبيد ثنا سعيد بن عثمان الأهواوزي ثنا يزيد بن الحرش ثنا عبد الله بن خراش عن العوام بن حوشب عن إبراهيم التيمي عن ابن عمر : « أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم كان يلبس قلنسوة بيضاء » (أخرجه البيهقي و قال تفرد به ابن خراش هذا وهو ضعيف و رواه الطبراني في الكبير و قال الهيثمي في مجمع الزوائد - (ج 5 / ص 211) رواه الطبراني وفيه عبد الله بن خراش وثقه ابن حبان وقال : ربما أخطأ وضعفه جمهور الأئمة وبقية رجاله ثقات و قال المباركفوري في تحفة الأحوذي - (ج 5 / ص 393) قال العزيزي إسناده حسن)


((Abdullah bin Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) narrates that Rasullullah صلي الله عليه و سلم used to wear a white topi.)) (Narrated by Imam Bayhaqi and Tabrani)


وقال أبو يعلى الموصلي:

حدثنا سريج بن يونس أبو الحارث ، حدثنا هشيم ، عن عبد الحميد بن جعفر ، عن أبيه ، قال : قال خالد بن الوليد : «اعتمرنا مع رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم في عمرة اعتمرها فحلق شعره ، فاستبق الناس إلى شعره ، فاستبقت إلى الناصية ، فأخذتها ، فأخذت قلنسوة ، فجعلتها في مقدم القلنسوة ، فما وجهتها في وجه إلا فتح لي. » (قال البوصيري في إتحاف الخيرة المهرة - (ج 7 / ص 88) رواه أبو يعلى بسند صحيح. و أخرجه الطبراني في المعجم الكبير - (ج 4 / ص 104) قال الهيثمي في مجمع الزوائد - (ج 9 / ص 582) رواه الطبراني وأبو يعلى بنحوه ورجالهما رجال الصحيح وجعفر سمع من جماعة من الصحابة فلا أدري سمع من خالد أم لا)


((Khalid bin Walid (May Allah be pleased with him) mentioned, ‘We performed Umrah with the Messenger of Allah صلي الله عليه و سلم at the time when he performed Umrah. The Messenger of Allah صلي الله عليه و سلم shaved his head and people hastened to collect his hear. I raced to his forelock and collected (the hair). I also took his topi. I placed the hair of the forelock in the starting portion of the topi. I never faced it in any direction except that I conquered that land. )) (Narrated by Abu Ya’la Al Musily and At Tabrani)

سنن الترمذي - (ج 4 / ص 177)

1644 - حدثنا قتيبة حدثنا ابن لهيعة عن عطاء بن دينار عن ابي يزيد الخولاني أنه سمع فضالة بن عبيد يقول : سمعت عمر بن الخطاب يقول سمعت رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم يقول الشهداء أربعة رجل مؤمن جيد الإيمان لقي العدو فصدق الله حتى قتل فذلك الذي يرفع الناس إليه أعينهم يوم القيامة هكذا ورفع رأسه حتى وقعت قلنسوته قال فما أدري أقلنسوة عمر أراد أم قلنسوة النبي صلى الله عليه و سلم ؟ قال ورجل مؤمن جيد الإيمان لقي العدو فكأنما ضرب جلده بشوط طلح من الجبن أتاه سهم غرب فتقله فهو في الدرجة الثانية ورجل مؤمن خلط عملا صالحا وآخر سيئا لقي العدو فصدق الله حتى قتل فذلك في الدرجة الثالثة ورجل مؤمن أسرف على نفسه لقي العدو فصدق الله حتى قتل فذلك في الدرجة الرابعة

قال ابو عيسى هذا حديث حسن غريب لا نعرفه إلا من حديث عطاء بن دينار قال سمعت محمدا يقول قد روى سعيد بن ابي أيوب هذا الحديث عن عطاء بن دينار وقال عن اشياخ من خولان ولم يذكر فيه عن أبي يزيد وقال عطاء بن دينار ليس به بأس قال أبو عيسى هذا حديث حسن غريب قلت و أخرجه ايضا الطيالسي في مسنده - (ج 1 / ص 10) من طريق عبد الله بن المبارك عن عبد الله بن عقبة الحضرمي عن عطاء بن دينار و كذا أخرحه البيهقي في شعب الإيمان (ج 4 / ص 29) بهذا الطريق


In the above hadith, the narrator mentions that while demonstrating how people will raise their heads for a martyr on the day of judgement, either the topi of Nabi صلي الله عليه و سلم or the topi of Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) fell off.

There are also numerous authentic narrations which show that various Sahabah used to wear a topi. Hereunder, we will cite a few…

قال الدار قطني

55 - حدثني الحسين بن إسماعيل حدثني سعيد بن يحيى الأموي حدثني أبي نا يحيى بن سعيد الأنصاري عن نافع عن بن عمر : أنه كان إذا مسح رأسه رفع القلنسوة ومسح مقدم رأسه(أخرجه الدارقطني في سننه (ج 1 / ص 107) والبيهقي في السنن الكبرى(ج 1 / ص 61)


((Nafi (May Allah have mercy on him) narrates that when Ibn Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) used to wipe his head, he used to raise his topi and wiped the front portion of his head.))(Ad Dar al Qutni and Bayhaqi)

قال الحاكم في المستدرك

5450 - حدثنا علي بن حمشاد العدل ثنا محمد بن بشر ثنا مطر ثنا أبو إبراهيم الترجماني قال : رأيت شيخا بدمشق يقال له أبو إسحاق الأجرب مولى لبني هبار القرشي قال رأيت أبا الدرداء عويمر بن قيس بن خناسة صاحب رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم أشهل أقنى يخضب بالصفرة و رأيت عليه قلنسوة مضربة صغيرة و رأيت عليه عمامة قد ألقاها على كتفيه

قال العباس : فسمعت رجلا كان معي يقال له مذ كم رأيته ؟ قال : رأيته منذ أكثر من مائة سنة قال و كان عليه جوربان و نعلان قال و كان أتى على أبي إسحاق نحو من عشرين و مائة سنة (المستدرك على الصحيحين للحاكم مع تعليقات الذهبي في التلخيص - (ج 3 / ص 381)


Abu Ishaq Al Ajrab says, ((I saw Abu Darda (May Allah be pleased with him)….and I saw he was wearing a double layered topi....))(Mustadrak Hakim(

25356- حدثنا يحيى بن سعيد ، عن ابن أبي عروبة ، عن أشعث ، عن أبيه ؛ أن أبا موسى خرج من الخلاء ، وعليه قلنسوة ، فمسح عليها. (مصنف ابن أبي شيبة - (ج 8 / ص 213)

((Ashath narrates from his father that Abu Musa (Ashari) emerged from the toilet and he had a topi upon which he wiped.)) (Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah 8/213)

All the above narrations show that the topi is Sunnah out of Salah. It is obvious that if Nabi صلي الله عليه و سلم and Sahabah wore topis out of Salah then most definitely they must have worn it in Salah. Nevertheless, the following are a few specific proofs which shows that wearing a topi in Salah is also Sunnah.

It is stated in Saheeh al Bukhari that Hasan Basri (May Allah be pleased with him) has said,

وقال الحسن كان القوم يسجدون على العمامة والقلنسوة (صحيح البخاري - (ج 1 / ص 150) و قال أستاذنا الشيخ حسين ((و جزم به-أي البخاري-و معلوم أن تعليقات البخاري مقبول اذا جزم به و أما قول الحافظ وصله ابن أبي شيبة فليس في المطبوع ذكر القلنسوة و لا عند عبد الرزاق و لا البيهقي والله أعلم)

“The (Sahabah) used to prostrate on their turbans and topis.”

Ibrahim An Nakhai (May Allah be pleased with him) mentions that it was the practice of the Sahabah to perform Salah with Burnus. (i.e. covering their heads with hoods) (The crown of a believer, 88 with reference to Mussannaf Abdur Razzaq.)

It is also good to note that numerous Scholars hold the view that it is makrooh for a person to read Salah with his head uncovered.

الفتاوى الهندية - (ج 1 / ص 106)

وتكره الصلاة حاسرا رأسه


The above mentioned Ahadith should be sufficient to prove that the topi is Sunnah in Salah and out of Salah. Nevertheless, if you desire more proofs, we suggest you refer to the booklet ‘The crown of a believer’. This is a treatise which has been researched and compiled Mufti Husain Kadodia Saheb. The book is available online.

And Allah knows best

Wassalam

Ml. Ismail Moosa,
Student Darul Iftaa

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Pray Salah Wearing Hat (Topi) or Imamah [Turban]
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It is from amongst Islamic and ancient civilisations for men to cover their head. The usage of a hat to cover the head also originates from ancient time, though there are difference of opinion to the nature of the hat. Imam Bukhari rahimahullah has entitled a heading in his book Sahih Al Bukhari (Page 862 Volume 2) underwhich Allamah Ibn Batal Al Maliki (r.a) states:-

“In there is a proof that to wear kamees, pyjama, topi [hat, headcover], etc., which are mentioned in the hadith of Abdullah Ibn Umar (r.a) are amongst ancient commands".

Wearing a topi was not only Islamic and ancient civilisations, but it was also part and parcel of the Prophets and pious predecessors' costume and clothing. Hafiz Ibn Al Arabi Al Maliki (r.a) states:-

"Topi was part and parcel of The Prophets and pious predecessors costume and clothing" .

It is proven that the Prophet sallallaahu too wore a topy. Allamah Qastallani (r.a) says:

"The Prophet sallallaahu had an imamaah which was called Sihab. He sallallaahu wore beneath it a small flat topy which was drawn together towards the head".

Regarding the Prophet's sallallaahu topy, the most credible narration is that of Aysha (r.a) which Hafiz Abu Muhammed Hayan (r.a) who is also known as Abu Shaykh has stated in his book:

"The Prophet sallallaahu wore an elevated topi in his journey and whilst in residence a flat topi which was drawn together towards the head". (Akhlaq An-Naby).

Following in the footstep of the Prophet sallallaahu, the Sahaba (Companions) of The Prophet sallallaahu too wore a topi or an imamaah to cover their head. In Jami-u-Tirmidhi, Umar (r.a) narrates that I heard the Prophet sallallaahu say:

"There are four types of martyrs, a believer whose firm and strong in his iman, whilst encountering and confronting the enemy he gets martyred truly believing in Allah, his status on the day of judgement will be such that people will glance at him in this way, after saying this the Prophet (s.a.w) or Umar (r.a) raised their head to the extend that the hat fell. The narrator says that I don 't know whose hat is meant Umar (r.a) or The Prophet sallallaahu".

From this narration we get to know that the Prophet sallallaahu/Umar (r.a) wore a topi..
It is stated in Sahih Al Bukhari:-

"Sulayman Taymy says that I saw on Anas such a topi (which was attached and joint to the main garment) yellow coloured, made from silk and cotton".

Commentator of Sahih Al Bukhari Allamah Qastallani (r.a) says:

"And without any shadow of doubt a group from the Companions of the Prophet sallallaahu wore 'Burnus' topi (which was attached and joined to the main garment). Amongst them Abu Bakr, Ibn Abbas and Tabyeen (the successors of the Companions of The Holy Prophet sallallaahu). Amongst them Ibn Abu Layla etc.".

The great Scholar Muhaddith Sayed Muhammed Bin Jaffer Qataani (r.a) has gathered ahadith of The Prophet sallallaahu wearing a topi with an imamaah or without it in which indicates the assiduity of The Prophet (s.a.w). Due to this Hafiz Ibn Al Arabi (r.a) has adjudged it sunnat to wear a topi.

The reality of Salat (Namaz) is to present oneself in the court of Almighty Allah, the Lord of mankind. This demands the humanity to present itself with respect and honour. Amongst this respect and honour is to cover ones head either with a topi or an imamaah.

The clothing and costume of human nature can be divided into two categories:
1.Compulsory

2. Desirable/Preferred.

The Quraan in Surat A'araaf verse number 26 confines the costume in two categories. Allah says:-

"O ye children of Adam! We have bestowed raiment upon you to cover, as well as to be an adornment to you".

And in verse number 31 Allah says:

"O children of Adam! Wear your beautiful apparel at every place of prayer".

From these verses we get to know that there are some parts of the body which are compulsory and necessary to cover and these are the private parts and those adjoining to it, and some which are required and desired. Abu Hayan Andulusy (r.a) says:

"It is apparent that 'zinat' (beauty) is every clothing with in which there is dignity and honour. In beauty those clothes are not included which covers the private parts because to cover these parts are absolute and must".

The theologists (fuqaha) have adjudged it makrooh-e-tanzihy to pray salah bare-head due to laziness or to regard it as of non-importance. It is stated in (Al-fiqh al-Islami) "under" "Makruhat-e-Salah" that:

To pray Salat bare-head due to laziness is "makrooh". Here the karahiyaat is tanzihy consensusly. The The former Grand Mufti of Pakistan Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Shafi (r.a) says:

"Not only the covering of private parts in Salat is demanded, but also the clothes and the costume of beauty. Thus for men to pray Salat bare-head, bare-elbows, and bare-shoulders is makrooh whether it is short sleeves or the sleeves have been rolled up above the elbow. It is also makrooh to pray Salat in such clothes and costumes with which the person feels shame and disgrace either to meet or face friends or even to go out. So then how can he present himself in the court of Almighty Allah in this manner?”

The karahiyaat of praying Salat bare-head and bare-elbows can be acquired from The Quraanic word 'zynat' and from the manifestation of The Prophet sallallaahu". (Ma'ariful Quraan Page 44 Volume 3)

Thus to pray Salat bare-head is against the beauty and embellishment of the Quraan, against the command of The Prophet sallallaahu, against the inherited practice.

Nowadays we see Muslims bear-headed and it has become a common practice. Well, this is fashion and nothing else.

To pray Salat bare-head is to resemble and imitate the Christians and the infidels.

The Christians in every aspect of their worship and every place of honour take their hat off and stay bare-head. The Prophet sallallaahu has said:

"Who so ever imitate or resemble a nation then he (will be raised on the day of judgement) amongst them”.

Some people are of a view that praying Salah bare-head is mustahab (preferred), because it is not proven that the Prophet sallallaahu wore a topi or an imamaah whilst praying Salat nor has it been mentioned in the Quraan. Their views are totally absurd as it has already been proven from the ahadith and from the Quraanic verse number 31 of Surat A'araaf:

"O children of Adam! Wear your beautiful apparel at every place of prayer".

The Prophet sallallaahu never ordered anyone to pray Salat bare-head nor did He sallallaahu prayed Salat bare-head while having clothes at hand. After the demise of the Prophet sallallaahu, the wearing of an imamaah or a topi by Companions are proven too. In Sahih Al Bukhari Hasan Al Basri (r.a) says:

"People prostrated wearing an imamaah or a topi (Sahih al Bukhari)".

In the above "athr" (saying) the Companions are meant from the word (al-qawm). That's what Hafiz Ibn Hajar Al Asqalani (r.a) has related in Fathul Bari Page 588 Volume 1.

Contrary to this, the narration (and sometime the Prophet sallallaahu prayed his Salat by placing the hat in front as sutrah) narrated by Imam Jalaudin Suyuti and Hafiz Ibn Ul Asakir (r.a), but this was because of a reason. The reason being placing the hat as sutrah. Thus praying bare-head without any suitable reason is not proven.

Some people say that praying Salat bare-headed is valid. The answer to this is: Salat is valid [even] without wearing a top garment (shirt, kamees etc) i.e. top half of the body being naked. Why be naive? Anyone with some sense would not pray Salat without a vest or 3 shirt, so why then do some people insist reading Salat without a topi?

So every Muslim should make a habit and strive to wear a topi or an imamaah as part of his Muslim identity, if not, then at least while praying Salat. May Allah give us tawfeeq to act Ameen.

Mufti Umar Farooq Desai Luharvi
(Sheikh-ul-Hadith Dar-al-Uloom London)

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