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QUIZ FOR: The Islamic Dress Code (part 2 of 3): Awrah & Mahrams

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1) When does it become permissible for a child to see a woman’s awrah uncovered to the same degree as in front of other Muslim women?

2) If a Muslim woman finds herself in a situation where there are other women known to be morally bad, then:

3) Since a woman does not have to observe strict rules of covering in front of her mahrams, there is no harm if:

4) Muslim women do not need to observe strict rules of covering before those who are ‘mahram’ to them. The term ‘mahram’ refers to:

5) When does a woman’s awrah become the same before a male child as it is for other male mahrams?

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