Posted by أم حذيفة حياة لأندلسية at 20:25
Is it permissible for the Muslim woman to host her relatives...?
Shaykh Alee Ar-Ramlee حفظه الله .
Question one: Briefly, is it permissible for the Muslim woman to host her relatives who are either Muslims but do not adhere to Islamic Hijaab or non-Muslims but come wearing the cross, so what should be done in such condition?
Alhamdulillaah, waS-Salaatu was-salaamu ‘alaa rasoolil-llaah,
Of course in such condition, the obligation is to give advice, if they come they are not kicked out, they should be allowed to enter but they should be advised and it is clarified to them. Some Christian came to the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم wearing the cross, the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم allowed him in then spoke to him about that and advised him, and he removed the cross after the advice. So such people are allowed to enter and advised and it is clarified to them that it is unlawful.
Me: yes, what if they did not heed the advice, what should be done?
Shaykh Alee حفظه الله : the origin for the Muslim is not to have friendship from Jews and Christians and disbelievers that is the origin, it is impermissible to take them as friends, and they can only be advised.
Me interjecting: afwan, they said that they are their relatives, not their friends.
Shaykh Alee حفظه الله : if they are their relatives they should advise them, they should say to them: if you want to come to me, do so without their forbidden things, if they agree then they can come and if they did not agree they cannot come.
Translated by Abu Bakr bin Ahmad Ath-Thibyaanee on 1435AH.