Sunday, February 12, 2012

Hugging and kissing when Meet

Hugging and kissing when Meet

In everyday life there a lot of progress. Both in knowledge, technology and in the style of the association. Progression for some people considered it a normal thing, but for others it becomes a problem. Among the developments that associating style is embraced / kissed when they met. If you had enough to shake hands, now encounters between friends usually coupled with a hug / ciuman.Dalam this, in fact it is clear that the hugging / kissing in addition to other types of mahram (male-female) law is unlawful. Either with lust or not.
However, the problem arises when someone hugged / kissed her son and daughter or niece who has grown up since bubbling sense of longing after a long time no see. So in this case there needs to be detailed - tafshil.
If a hug / kiss was done as a very emotive because not met with a sense of affection with close relatives, but he has grown the law is makruh.A hadith explains:
دخلت مع أبى بكر رضي الله عنه أول ماقدم المدينة فاذا عائشة ابنته رضي الله عنها زضطجعة قد أصابتها حمى فأتاها أبو بكر فقال كيف أنت يابنية? وقبل خدها
Meaning: I never go along with Abu Bakr ra. On first arrival at Medina, Ayesha suddenly attacked his daughter had been lying peyakit fever. Then came Abu Bakr and said "how are you my daughter?" And Abu Bakr kissing her cheek.
This hadith indicates the permissibility of kissing the cheek of an adult daughter. Although it is makruh to do.In al-Adzkarun Syrah Nawawiyyah in Furuhatur Robbaniyyah that
وأما المعانقة وتقبيل الوجه لغير الطفل ولغيرالقادم من سفر ونحوه فمكرهان نص على كراهتهما أبو محمد البغوي وغيرهرمن أصحابنا
Hugged and kissed the face of some other than a child, and for the new addition comes from traveling, then it is makruh law. That nash Al-Baghowi in stating kemakruhannya.

قال رجل يارسول الله الرجل منا يلقى أخاه أوصديقه أينحنى له? قال: لا. قال أفيلتزمه ويقبله? قال: لا. قال: فيأخده بيده ويصافحه? قال: نعم. (رواه ابن مجه والترمذى)
Meaning: a man said O Messenger of Allah. If one of us met with relatives or friends if she should not stoop? The Apostle replied "no", or perhaps in peluknya or kecupnya? The Apostle again said "no", or taken his hand and disalaminya? The new apostles answered "yes, yes" (Narrated by Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi)
So any progress in a society should have a handle that can be used as a benchmark. So we as Muslims can keep our faith to keep rising. Because true faith is sometimes increases and sometimes decreases as well.

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