Being intimate during nifaas
Q: If husband and wife rub there private parts (not intercourse) having cloths (not nude) during nifaas period and discharges. Is it haraam. I heard that having direct skin contact is haram from navel to knee.
A: If the area between the navel and knee is covered with a cloth, it will be permissible.
And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.
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