Do not believe everything you hear.

Mr Sunshine and I currently agree to believe that suasa in not haram. For now.
Pardon us, we are not out to set our own hukum, but it’s because we, and most of the people around us grew up with the notion that Muslim men can wear rings made from suasa.
I do not know when all the hype about it being otherwise, started.
So, until we get real solid proof which proves that it is not allowed (not just information from other blogs), we plan to stick to our belief. 🙂

Managed to nick these articles. This first one is from Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia’s (USIM), and the one below it is from Bahagian Hal Ehwal Islam (BAHEIS).
Clicking on the images would take you to the link where I found them.

We’re still discussing and trying to see if we can dig some answers from those who are more learned.

Melissa R.

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8 Comments on of notions and beliefs.

  1. mel.. i had this problem too. there are not much evidence or that convincing out there that r saying we can wear it. although some argue that the composition is little or after they mixed, they the nature of the gold is lost, but at the end of the day, gold is still gold.

    my engagement ring is suasa. but everytime i want to pray, i took it off. but now, i just dont wear it anymore.

    maybe u might want to drop by to diamond and platinum shop.. theres 1 in the curve.

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