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Question ID  804  -  Dress and Clothing
Salam My marja is ayatullah khameine amd i would like to know if it is allowed to wear a tie, with a suit.
 
Answer:-  The Fatwa which is known says that it is allowed to wear it unless wearing
it becomes a support to the anti Islamic culture.
You may refer to the website of Ayatullah Khamenei office who can provide
the latest Fatwa.
WABIL
 
Question ID  756  -  Dress and Clothing
Salamunalaikum, What is the ruling for wearing black or green footwear for both male and female?
 
Answer:-  It is allowed to wear black or green footwear for both men or women.
Wassalam.



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Question ID  742  -  Dress and Clothing
Can one pray with a small leather patch stitched at the back of trousers / jeans, if that leather patch is unknown to be from zabiha / halal sources . Pls answer as per Syed Al Khoie
 
Answer:-  If that leather patch is from non Halal animal, then it is Najis and the
Prayer will be invalid. If you have no knowledge that it is from Halal
animal, you are not allowed to pray wearing such leather.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  711  -  Dress and Clothing
As Salaam Alaykum I pray Allah swt rewards you for your great work. My question is as follows: Can you please give your view on certain rocks on rings, i.e. Aqeeq, Dur e Najaf, Hadid, etc. What is the significance and/or benefits of wearing certain rocks on our rings.
 
Answer:-  It is Mustahab (recommended) to wear a ring. Any gem or stone will do and
even if the ring has no stone at all. Aqeeq is mentioned in many hadeethes
that it makes the reward of the Prayer multiplied by seventy, and other
stones are also mentioned in our books. Durr Najaf is mentioned that when
you look at it, you will get reward of Ziyarat of Imam Ali (AS). Hadeed is
mentioned for safety and protection from dangers.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  622  -  Dress and Clothing
Syed Sistani says the following in the book Code of practice for Muslims in the West, does it stand true as per ruling of syed al Khoei? “It is not forbidden to wear a tie, even if it is from pure silk because it is not [big enough material] to cover the private parts that must be covered [in prayer]. As for the item that is mixed with other material to the extent that it cannot be described as “pure silk,” it is permissible to wear, even if it [is big enough so that it] can cover the private parts that must be covered [in prayer].”
 
Answer:-  Yes, it is the same.



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