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A good man on the deen has newborn mashallah but he is having disagreement with wife on hijab

His baby daughter was born last week and they are having a disagreement on whether she should wear a hijab now. It's not a major issue. He wants her to wear it now but she said she should when she is about 4 or 5. He asked me and other brothers if he is in the wrong. I said you should be in the middle of both and start at 3 even though it's not mandatory but it's an early start to the deen and so there is no choking hazard incident. What do you think ? He is willing to have his mind changed and is open.
 

IftiinOfLife

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His baby daughter was born last week and they are having a disagreement on whether she should wear a hijab now. It's not a major issue. He wants her to wear it now but she said she should when she is about 4 or 5. He asked me and other brothers if he is in the wrong. I said you should be in the middle of both and start at 3 even though it's not mandatory but it's an early start to the deen and so there is no choking hazard incident. What do you think ? He is willing to have his mind changed and is open.
In Somali culture, after a woman gets married she wears the hijab

:farmajoyaab: It's a close call.
 

Gibiin-Udug

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His baby daughter was born last week and they are having a disagreement on whether she should wear a hijab now. It's not a major issue. He wants her to wear it now but she said she should when she is about 4 or 5. He asked me and other brothers if he is in the wrong. I said you should be in the middle of both and start at 3 even though it's not mandatory but it's an early start to the deen and so there is no choking hazard incident. What do you think ? He is willing to have his mind changed and is open.
So he wants a one week old baby to wear the hijab? Where does he live so we can call the CPS!!!
 
A week is already too late. I always believe the first hijab should come before the first diper if you got your priority in order. The kid can still be saved even though she has been wildin for a week
 

Céleste

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You can teach your daughter the importance of hijab when she reaches the age where she can understand the meaning behind it. 3 years is far too young.

As stated above, a little child has no awrah. There is no need for a hijab before she hits puberty but there are people who have started young(6-7 years) nothing wrong with that.
 

Mercury

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His baby daughter was born last week and they are having a disagreement on whether she should wear a hijab now. It's not a major issue. He wants her to wear it now but she said she should when she is about 4 or 5. He asked me and other brothers if he is in the wrong. I said you should be in the middle of both and start at 3 even though it's not mandatory but it's an early start to the deen and so there is no choking hazard incident. What do you think ? He is willing to have his mind changed and is open.
youre friend is a weirdo its a newborn baby

No wonder youre friends with him
:farmajoyaab:
 
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