Yes, it is haram to wear ripped jeans. Any Muslim should cover their Awra (nakedness) very well to avoid spreading fitna and helping people to sin.
Cray, ripped jeans open up part of the body, and that’s not acceptable as a Muslim. As a Muslim, you should over your body to the ankle.
As a female, all body parts must be covered well.
Important reasons why wearing ripped Jeans is Haram
The most important however is the fact that your skin is exposed and this is believed to be an uncommon practice for Islam as a religion and other religions as well.
In this part of the article, we will list and define some of the known reasons why wearing ripped jeans is Haram.
- History of Ripped Jeans
- Skin Exposure
- It is Not Appropriate to pray in
- Cause others to sin
History of Ripped Jeans
Dating back to the main reason behind the trend of ripped jeans and clothing in general, you will see that a lot of people who wear ripped jean do not really understand the reason or rather purpose behind their appearance in the first place.
History has it that the initials for the purpose of torn clothing to serve as a show of aggression against the government.
Madonna among other celebrities popularised the use of the Ripped jeans as a show of anger towards society. Soon enough some fans adapted the style and then it somehow managed to find its way into the world of fashion.
The history behind the Ripped jeans kinds of explains why it is not regarded religious wise, for some this is just a fashion trend while to some it carries a whole different meaning attached to it.
This is the first and then the most important however and no matter how it is framed in the fight against ripped jean in Islam. Skin exposure leads to many other disadvantages which we will be discussing as the article progresses.
This stands more like a root allowing other indecencies to grow as branches!!
It is Not Appropriate to pray in
With the previous discussions, we can see that the reasons why ripped jean is haram in most cases is already revealing itself right, come to think of it.
Even though as a Muslim your prayers won’t be less effective if you pray in Ripped jeans, it is however not a cool thing to wear repulsive clothing that stands as a symbol of anger towards an organization for prayers to your God.
I believe this among other reasons too, out there contributes a lot to why Islam and other religions with some part of Christianity inclusive stand strongly against the wearing of ripped jeans.
It can simply be said to be inappropriate for appearances, especially for prayers.
Cause others to sin
Another reason although feminine is for the fact that as a female, exposing a part of your body can lead men to sin, especially if you are very beautiful and endowed.
This in fact is why most Muslim ladies go about in overall hijabs or the short-sized Hijabs and then long skirts or trousers in general.
The act of body covering is very important in Islam and then believers are expected to not joke about this.
What happens when a Muslim wears ripped jeans?
This question has a lot of answers coming from all directions. A lot of which are personal and then from experiences gathered online related to the topic of discussion.
Well according to the Teachings of Islam, this is what you stand to face when you wear ripped jeans and other clothing.
As a muslim, failure to properly cover the body will result in you being punished. There are many punishments attached to most of the offences committed by a Muslim and indecent dressing is one of those offences you can commit as a Muslim.
When you wear improper clothes, you stand every possibility of being confined in a prison cell or being flogged, or even sentenced to a penalty fine and this is for both genders.
Apart from been punished by the Islamic clerics, you stand every possibility of your community people not respecting you for dressing against their teachings.
Many Muslims have been taught and brought up with the mentality that a good muslim must cover herself at all times, when you decide to wear ripped jeans then that is you exposing yourself t disrespect and in some cases insults.
You will simply be considered unholy if you chose to dress indecently, most especially not once, twice but up to three times, you will have the neighbors making use of u as an example for their children not to be like.
The punishment for crimes in Islam is in place to guide the believer and aid them in adhering to the teachings of Islam not to be an obstacle to the fellow man/woman who is a believer too.
What can you not wear as a Muslim?
Islam is a religion that teaches the path to salvation through living a holy life on earth, a lifestyle that will be used in determining your final destination when your time is up, this is for those who believe in Islam.
Speaking of a holy life, there are certain standards set in place to ensure a believer lives the holy life deserving of Aljannah the final destination of whoever believes in God According to the Islam teachings.
Clothes that expose your skin/Body Shape
The kinds of clothes you are not supposed to wear as a Muslim are clothes that will expose your skin. Any clothes that will expose your body, especially the hair or even below the waist is totally unacceptable.
Exposing the body, however, goes beyond the showing of the skin. In Islam, wearing tight fitted clothes and also body-hugged attires is not allowed. A woman is not supposed to display the cleavages of her body let alone her skin.
As a woman, your clothes should be loose, they should be free on you in order to let the attire move freely on you and not hold you tightly displaying your shape in order to not to cause any temptation and an uneasy feeling to a fellow believer.
Consideration of this is one of the reasons why Hijabs are highly recommended in Islam. The Hijab is made with cotton and polyester which makes it free and breathable enough to make the wearer sweaty when they have them on.
The Hijab is made with a close-fitting cap and accompanied by a tube-like scarf. It also has a veil that is tied at the forehead and then allowed to fall covering the entire face and leaving just enough space, a cut-out for the eyes.
The Hijab is considered as one of the most recommended wears for women. We also have some clothing called Abaya also known as Aba.
This is more like a garment and not really comparable to the Hijab. This is worn as an aftermath of dressing. This lets you wear whatever you want and then use it to cover up which is somehow related to the Hijab in this form.
They are however very breathable than the Hijab and this is because they are more of a garment, robe or even a cloak than the Hijab which is in other words concealed.
They however come in different designs and model, you can get one that can serve as a hijab and all in one, you can actually turn up in them alone and still look trendy and covered like a real Muslim should.
Just like I said earlier, the teachings of Islam are in place to guide believers to Aljannah which is the final destination and the resting place for all Muslims who lived a holy life on earth.
The living of the holy life as insisted by the teachings of Islam also covers the aspect of dressing. How a Muslim should appear is very important in order to not sin and not make someone who is also a believer of the same faith as you to sin.