Humnasheen Episode 14 in High Quality 9th June 2012

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  • ammar

    unexpected turn of drama

  • ammar

    bht rulaya h aaj ki episode ny

    • Omer Awan

      ponka

  • naina

    aj wali episode bht rulane wali thi;-(

  • me

    waqai ronay wali episode thi……

  • sohasamlaa

    aaj ki episode ne waqi hi rula dia thz dram is very nice

  • Sim Khan

    awesome episode!! I couldn’t stop crying.

  • Mrs Adnan

    nyc

  • sam

    Husband dead and still wearing bangles & ring amazing……

    • gull

      keh dyna bohat asan hota hai kay husband dead and still wearing bangles ,…..etc but janab Allah sabar day un sab baywaoon ko jin pay ye qeamat ate hai bohat se yadain bohat sa pear hota hai in cheezon kay peachay woh lamhat hotay hain jab ye gift deay gay hotay hain ya pehnay gay hotay hain ab yak tab sab kuch nahi khatam ho sakta husband to chala gea ba yak dam us ke sare yadono pay be matee dal de jay ye kahana ka insaf hai time kay sath jab sabar ata hai to sab har sengar be khud he khatam ho jata hai

      • Sim Khan

        I agree with you!

    • http://www.buzzpk.com/ Muhammad Ahmed

      Yes, because we are not belong to Hinduism where Women has to put all of the colour of her life after the death of her husband because she can not marry again, and considered achoot (even burned live with her husband)

      where in Islam, she is free to do marry, wear whatever she want to, and live life like other women!

      • Syeda

        Spot on. Thanks for great response. But unfortunately people of Pakistan have been brain washed with star plus and other Indian soap/detergents :P so they only know Hindu ethics and culture and assume it as ours :)

        • Rabia

          Very well said. Our people are being so obsessed with indian dramas and bollywood movies that they think thats a part of our culture too! And I find it very nice that she tell her to keep the bangles on cus Hassan Munir liked them on her hands. Thats a very nice thought and whats wrong with wearing a bangle? :/ In Islam death is a part of life, and should be considered as it – Thats why its not allowed to do matham or sorrow more then 3 days!

      • Shiza

        Really good answer Bro… simple words mein samjha dya aap ney fool lougo ko… Islam ka sirf naam pta hai sab ko k haan yeh religion hai hamara isay samajhney ki koi zarorat feel nhi krta:-(

      • a

        Not sure if anyone will read my comment since its late enough to comment but kiss wanted to clarify a misconception: during a woman’s iddah of 4 months and 10 days she should not adorn herself. Adornment can mean wearing makeup, fancy stylish clothing, jewellery and petting herself with strong smells.

        • http://www.buzzpk.com/ Muhammad Ahmed

          This may be part of Pakistani culture but not the Islamic teaching, According to Quran iddha is a time in which a woman (divorced or widow) to another man, there is nothing the additional things mentioned in Quran and Hadith like you did above, or if it is then plz do share with us may be i am wrong.

      • Omer Awan

        agreeed

  • Syeda

    Wtf wrong with alishba and older son. Ab esa bhi koi nahi hota k abba marey hon or koi dukh na ho balkey irritate ho k kya musibat hai. Or uski bivi fashion discuss karey apnay shohar se jis ka bap abhi mara hoo :/

    • Beena

      aisa hota hai, meray bhai nay abba kay marnay kay dosray hi din tv laga lia tha, kay aub kia soag manana.It may be startling for some, but there are some heartless sons or daughters out there.

      • Syeda

        OMG, I am so sorry to hear that u brother is heartless like that! :O it does surprise me. Ager koi baskar or zalim bap ki olad esa karey tou phir samajh aye. Itnay shareef “hasan munir” ki olad esi toba hai.,

        • Beena

          well, my father was even a better father than hassan munir and unlike my mother, he never even raised his voice on us.People, who have known him, vouch for his being nice to them.My brother just happens to be selfish and doesn’t think that someday, he will also leave this world.He per se didn’t hate my father, rather his attitude was that life must go on.

          • Sim Khan

            jo bhi hai Beena JI, lekin aapko iss tarah yaha yeh sab discuss nahi karna chayie. aap apne bhai ki yaha burai kar rahi hai, sahi waqt pey Allah Ta’ala ussko dikaye ga. lekin iss tarah apni family ko dusron ke saath online pey ya in general discuss karna, very bad idea. I am sorry but not right.

      • MeMyself

        There are 5 stages of mourning death or loss. 1) Denial and isolation 2) Anger 3) What could we do differently 4) Depression and finally 5) Acceptance. The length of each stage can vary for each person. Some people just go into denial and run away from their emotions. They pretend it does not affect them because they cannot face the reality of the circumstances.

  • Buffalo from Lahore

    Budha Murgha to ludak gaya…ab dono Budhi Murghiyon ko to dakaar liye baghair hi khaa kaye gi badtameez aur chirchiree billi Alishba :)

    • Omer Awan

      Nalat Teri Shakal pe
      Jb b Moun Khotay ho Manhooos bat he Nikaltay hoo

  • Nida

    ISlamic culture mein white pehn na is not compulsory as it is shown in this…. and bangles and jewellry b pehn saktay hain….

  • fairy

    please dnt show indian culture in our dramas at death white dress is not compulsory for relatives especially for widows

    • Omer Awan

      agreed

  • Sammy

    ohh noo hassan Munir..he was the best in this DRAMA!!

  • faiza

    ausome drama yr

  • Sim Khan

    itne sarey log iss cheez ko discuss kar rahein hain, toh maine socha key share karon, main kuch roz pehle isse read kar rahi thi.

    Praise be to Allaah.

    The woman whose husband has died must observe ‘iddah for four months and ten days,
    because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    “And those of you who die and leave wives behind them, they (the wives) shall wait (as regards their marriage) for four months and ten days”

    [al-Baqarah 2:234]

    During the ‘iddah she must mourn for her husband.

    Al-Bukhaari (1280) and Muslim (1486) narrated that Umm Habeebah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said: I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say: “It is not permissible for a woman who believes in Allaah and the Last Day to mourn for anyone who dies for more than three days, except for a husband, for whom she should mourn for four months and ten days.”

    In the answer to question no. 13966 we have stated the things that the woman whose husband had died must avoid during the ‘iddah period.

    These include: going out of the house. She should not go out during the day except in cases of need, and she should not go out at night except in cases of necessity. Her going out for Hajj is not regarded as a necessity, especially since the woman asked about here has already performed the obligatory Hajj.

    Rather the scholars (may Allaah have mercy on them) have stated that it is not
    permissible for her to go out to perform the obligatory Hajj.

    Ibn Qudaamah (may Allaah have mercy on him) said in al-Mughni (11/303-305):

    The woman who is observing ‘iddah following the death of her husband has no right to go out for Hajj or for any other purpose. That was narrated from ‘Umar and
    ‘Uthmaan (may Allaah be pleased with them). It was also the view of Sa’eed ibn
    al-Musayyib, al-Qaasim, Maalik, al-Shaafa’i, Abu ‘Ubayd, ashaab al-ra’y and
    al-Thawri.

    If she went out and her husband died on the road, she should go back if she is still close to home, because she comes under the ruling of one who is not travelling. If she is far from home, she may continue her journey. Maalik said: She should go back so long as she has not entered ihraam.

    The fact that she should go back if she is close to home is indicated by the report
    narrated by Sa’eed ibn Mansoor from Sa’eed ibn al-Musaayib, who said: Some
    husbands died, whose wives were performing Hajj or ‘Umrah, and ‘Umar sent them back from Dhu’l-Hulayfah so that they could observe ‘iddah in their houses…

    If a woman has not yet performed the obligatory Hajj and her husband dies, she is still obliged to observe ‘iddah in her house, even if she misses Hajj, because ‘iddah in the house is a one-off event for which there is no alternative, whereas Hajj may be done another year. End quote.

    It says in al-Mawsoo’ah al-Fiqhiyyah (29/352):

    The majority of Hanafi, Shaafa’i and Hanbali fuqaha’ are of the view that it is not
    permissible for a woman who is observing ‘iddah following the death of her
    husband to go out for Hajj, because the opportunity for Hajj will come again,
    whereas ‘iddah is a one-off event. End quote.

    Shaykh
    Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked about a woman whose
    husband died and the opportunity to perform the obligatory Hajj came when she
    was still in mourning, but she was able for it and could afford it, and she had
    a mahram. Should she perform Hajj or not?

    He replied:
    She should not perform Hajj, rather she should stay in her house. In this situation
    Hajj is not obligatory for her, because Allaah, may He be exalted, says(interpretation of the meaning):

    “And Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah) to the House (Ka‘bah) is a duty that mankind owes to Allaah, those who can afford the expenses (for one’s conveyance, provision and residence)”

    [Aal ‘Imraan 3:97]

    This woman is not able to do it according to
    sharee’ah, even if she has a mahram, so she should delay it for one or two
    years, according to what she is able to do. End quote.

    • fairy

      ok we all know this that women following iddah should not leave house. But what can they do after iddah is the main issue. In most of our dramas (like ik nazar meri taraf) they have started showing that widows cant wear coloured dress, jewellery or they cant attend events like marriage etc. even they cant do second marriage which is wrong. Its indian culture in which widows are considered achoot. whereas Islam has given all rights to widows. They can do whatever they want but within limits. Am I right??
      if you know any quote related to this then please post it. Anyways your above comment is highly informative

      • Sim Khan

        fairy I am trying to find out the information, Insha’Allah I will definitely share that with you. jahan tak iss drama ki baat hai, toh maine nahi dekha. but aapne jo mention kia hai, woh wrong hai kyunke Islam main esa kuch nahi hai, and you are right yes sab indian culture ko copy karna hai aur kuch nahi. mai koi scholar nahi hoon, lekin itna pata hai key esa kuch nahi hai Islam mein. husband ki death key bad, iddat puri karey, yeh mai nahi Allah Ta’ala ney Quran Shareef mein likha hai. aur usske baad woh dobara shadi kar sakti hai apni zindagi guzaar sakti hai jaise chaye lekin Allah Ta’ala ke hadhon mein reh kar. yeh mera apna point of view hai. lekin mai find kar rahi hoon ke kahin sey information mil jaye.

        • zinda dil

          ASAK ISLAM se ziada modren religion koi nahi hai aur ISLAM se hat ker jitney bhi kaam aaj kal modernism k naam per ho rahey hen ye sub daur e jahilyat ki tareeqey hen ISLAM k ilawa hamari kahin bhi koi panah gah nahi hai.ya ALLAH humain nahi pata terey naek aur pasandeeda bandey kesey hotey hen TU hamain aisa bana de jesa tujhey pasand he. ameen duaa for all muslims.

      • Sim Khan

        Praise be to Allah.

        Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

        “And those of you who die and leave wives behind them, they
        (the wives) shall wait (as regards their marriage) for four months and ten days, then when they have fulfilled their term, there is no sin on you if they (the wives) dispose of themselves in a just and honorable manner (i.e., they can marry). And Allah is Well-Acquainted with what you do.” [al-Baqarah 2:234]

        “And those of you who die and leave behind wives should
        bequeath for their wives a year’s maintenance and residence without turning them out, but if they (wives) leave, there is no sin on you for that which they do of themselves, provided it is honorable (e.g., lawful marriage). And Allah is All-Mighty, All-Wise.”
        [al-Baqarah 2:240]

        Umm ‘Atiyah reported that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “No woman should mourn for a dead person for more than three days, except for a husband, (in which case the period of mourning is) four months and ten days. She should not wear any coloured clothes, only simple
        dress. She should not apply kohl to her eyes, or use perfume, except for a little qust or izfaar (types of perfume), when she cleans herself after finishing her period.” (Reported by Muslim, 2739).

        Umm Habeebah bint Abi Sufyaan reported that when the news of
        her father’s death reached her, she called for some perfume and wiped it on her forearms, and said: “I do not need it, but I heard the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) say: ‘It is not permitted for a woman who believes in Allah and the Last Day to mourn for any dead person for more than three days, except for a husband, (in which case the period of mourning is) four
        months and ten days. (Reported by al-Bukhaari, 4926).

        Umm Salamah, the wife of the Prophet (peace and blessings of
        Allaah be upon him) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The woman whose husband has (recently) died should not wear
        clothes dyed with safflower or torn clothes, or dye her hair, or use kohl.” (Reported by al-Nisaa’i, 3479, and others).

        Zaynab bint Ka’b ibn ‘Ujrah reported that al-Furay’ah bint
        Maalik ibn Sinaan, the sister of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri, told her that she came to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and asked him whether she should go back to her people among Banu Khudrah. Her husband had gone out in pursuit of some rebellious slaves of his, and when he caught up with
        them at the edge of al-Qadoom, they killed him. She said: “I asked the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) whether I should go back to my family, because my husband had not left me a place to live that belonged to him, or any money for provisions. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said yes, so I started to leave, and I had reached the hujurah (room) or the mosque, when the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) called me or told someone to call me. So I came back, and he asked me, ‘What did you say?’ I repeated the story I had told him about my husband. He said: ‘Stay in your house for the specified length of time.’ So I spent my ‘iddah there, four months and ten days. At the time of
        ‘Uthmaan, he sent word to me asking about this, so I told him, and he followed what I said and judged in accordance with it.” Muhammad ibn Bashshaar told us that Yahyaa ibn Sa’eed informed us that Sa’d ibn Ishaaq ibn Ka’b ibn ‘Ujrah
        informed us of something similar.

        Reported by al-Tirmidhi, who said: This is a saheeh hasan hadeeth. The majority of scholars among the Companions of the
        Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and others followed this hadeeth and did not allow a widow to move out of her husband’s home until her ‘iddah was over. (Sunan al-Tirmidhi, 1125).

        On the basis of the texts quoted above, the scholars have
        defined the rules governing widows and described how the widow’s mourning should affect her life. These rules may be summed up as follows:

        It is forbidden for the recently-widowed woman to use perfume,
        whether on her body or on her clothes

        It is forbidden for the recently-widowed woman to adorn herself
        with things like henna or facial make-up, or to use kohl unnecessarily, or to
        use anything else that may make her beautiful and attractive to others.

        It is forbidden for the recently-widowed woman to wear attractive
        clothes, such as clothes dyed with safflower or saffron, or other types of red
        dyes and colours that are used for adornment.

        It is forbidden for the recently-widowed woman to wear
        jewellery.

        It is forbidden for the recently-widowed woman to spend the night
        outside her own home, meaning the home of her deceased husband, except for some Islamically legitimate reason, such as her being afraid for her own safety, or being evicted by the landlord of rented premises, etc. If a recently-widowed woman needs to go out for medical treatment, to attend legal proceedings in court, to take exams in school, or to go shopping when she has no-one who can do this for her, then she should do these things during the day, so long as she comes back home to her husband’s house before maghrib (sunset).

        She is forbidden to marry or draw up a marriage contract; even
        engagement is forbidden, unless it is merely hinted at and not stated clearly.

        From the above, it is clear that Islam gives the husband
        immense rights. The wife should give up wearing adornments and perfume, and should stay in her husband’s home during this period because of those rights.
        These rules also pay attention to her psychological state at this time when she has lost her support. Even though these rules are so clear, many people have still fallen prey to many different kinds of bid’ah when it comes to mourning, so they forbid a woman to do things that are not forbidden in Islam, and they fabricate lies and introduce bid’ah into the religion of Allaah. Shaykh ‘Abd
        al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz said:

        “Some people may think and imagine that a recently widowed
        woman should not speak to anyone, or speak to anyone on the telephone, or have a bath more than once a week, or walk barefoot in her house, or go outside in the moonlight, or other such nonsense which has no basis. But in fact she is allowed
        to walk barefoot or with shoes in her house, to do whatever she needs to in her house, to cook food for herself and her guests, to walk in the moonlight on the roof or in the garden of her house, to take a bath whenever she wants, to speak to whomever she wants so long as it is decent talk, to shake hands with other
        women and with her mahram relatives (close relatives such as father, brother, etc.) – but not with non-mahrams, and to remove her headcovering so long as there are no non-mahrams present. She should not use henna, saffron or perfume,
        and she is not allowed to get engaged – a hint is permissible but not a clear statement. And Allaah is the source of strength.”

        (Fataawaa Islamiyah, 3/316)

        Shaykh ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Jibreen said: “Wearing black to mourn
        the deceased is a form of bid’ah, and the wives of the deceased only need to avoid fancy clothes, adornment, jewellery, makeup and perfume during the mourning period. Neglecting regular work during the mourning period is also a form of bid’ah. The recently widowed woman should still take care of cooking, cleaning, washing dishes, laundry, etc., and there is no sin invloved in doing
        so. And Allaah knows best.” (al-Lu’lu’ al-Makeen, 39).

        Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen said:

        “Wearing special clothes to accept condolences is a form of
        bid’ah, in our opinion, because it could indicate that one is discontent with
        the decree of Allaah, may He be glorified.” (Fataawaa al-Ta’ziyah, 38).

        He also said:

        “Wearing black as a sign of mourning is a false symbol that has
        no basis. At times of bereavement a person should do what is taught by Islam, which is to say: ‘Innaa Lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raaji’oon. Allaahumma’jurni fi museebati wa’khluf li khayran minhaa (To Allaah we belong and unto Him is our return. O Allah, recompense me for my affliction and replace it for me with
        something better).’ As regards wearing some special clothing, such as wearing black and so on, this has no basis, and it is false and reprehensible conduct.”

        (Fataawa Islamiyah, 3/313).

        And Allaah knows best.

        Islam Q&A
        Sheikh Muhammed Salih
        Al-Munajjid
        Fairy muje toh kaafi cheezein clear hue hain, iss mein mention kia, key iddat ke duraan mana hai. har insaan ka apna point of view hota hai. iddaat puri honey ke baad aurat jaise apni zindagi guzrana chaye yeh uss par hai. dobara shadi kar sakti hai. aur waise bhi sabko apne apne amaal ki hisaab khud dena hai waha koi safe nahi karey ga, except Allah Ta’ala ke. aur azaadi sey toh insaan Allah Ta’ala ki hadhon mein bhi reh kar jee sakta hai.

        Quran Shareef mein

        • fairy

          thanx a lot friend for this post. Its quite informative. It also clear my concepts. May Allah give us strength to live our lives according to his will. May everybody read this post. Due to our less know-how we make others life difficult and media plays a vital role in it. Allah hum sab ko hidayat dain aur app ko is kar-e-khair ka ajar dain amen. Thanx once again

          • Sim Khan

            No Problem fairy, how are we going to stop that? yeh sab toh hoga, Jo Allah Ta’ala ney keh dia ussko koi nahi tal sakta. maine kahin read kia hai key jab akhrait kareeb hogi toh log islam sey dur ho jaye gain, aur bas kuch logoon hee islam key kareeb honge. Meri dua hai key humara shumaar unn thorey logoon mein ho Ameen. take care

  • Amna Kashif

    it was reaaly a nice episode….

  • vigilant

    It is ironical to read most commentators complaining about white dress portraying hindu culture,but nobody commented about exposing non muslim lifestyle as shown in the bedroom scene by her gay husband.
    It was embarrasing to watch this episode with my family,and I thought HUM is a family channel.

  • views on Humnasheen

    Koi naik larki kisi aisay badkar shakhs kay sath rehnay ka tasawur bhi nahi kar sakti or koi bakirdar maa apni baiti ko uskay sath rehnay ko nahi keh sakti. Aisi soorat main jab koi majboori bhi na ho foran talaq le layni chahiye.

  • Khalifa saeed

    Darama darame ki tarha dekho apne ego ka masla mat banao pls

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