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Bismillaahir Rahmanir Rahim
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As Salaam Aleikum Wa Rahmatullaah Wa Barakatu
Here’s a chapter taken from the book ‘Rulings Pertaining to Muslim Women’
Written by Shaykh Saleh ibn Fauzan al Fauzan hafidhahullaah
The Ruling Concerning Beating the Duf By Woman in Order to Announce a Wedding
It is mustahabb for the women to beat the duf to announce and publicise the wedding. This should take place among women only, and must not be accompanied by music, instruments and female singing. There is no harm for the women to chant poetry on this occasion, as long as men cannot hear them. The Messenger of Allaah, may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him said:
‘The difference between that which is halaal and that which is haraam is the beating of the tambourine, and the raising of voices during a marriage.’
Narrated by the five narrators (Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Nasaa’i’, Tirmidhee, and Ibn Maajah) except for Abu Dawud, and Tirmidhee declared it hasan.
Shawkaani stated in Nayl al-Awtar [6/200]:
This proves that it is permissible during a marriage to beat the duf and to raise the voices a little with words. For example: ‘We have come to you, we have come to you,’et cetera – although not with musical tones that stir up evil desires and contain descriptions of beauty, sin and the consumption of intoxicants. For indeed, these are haraam during a wedding as they are haraam during normal times, and the same ruling applies to all other forms of amusement that are haraam.
The Muslim sister should not waste her money buying jewellery or special clothes for the wedding ceremony, as this is a type of extravagance that Allaah has prohibited, and He informed us that He does not love those who do this. Allaah says:
“ And do not be extravagance, for indeed He does not love the wasteful ”.
[Al-An’am : 141]
So she must be prudent and not extravagant.
Hope this is beneficial for you
Wa Allaahu ‘alim..
Umm Yusuf bint Mohammed al Magrebiyah at Tetouaniyyah
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