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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Tabarruj [a woman’s display of beauty in an improper place] is expressly forbidden in the Qur’an. Its scope is defined in the Qur’an wider than only the way a woman dresses and it includes tabarruj in behaviour, tabarruj in the content of ones words, etc. as well. In other words, any kind of displaying and showing off one’s beauties and beautifications in the presence of non-mahram men [i.e. men in the presence of whom a woman is required to have hijāb], which indeed facilitates committing sins, will be counted as tabarruj, be it in the way she dresses, behaves or speaks. In addition to making references the Qur'an verses, this paper employs a library method of data collection and a descriptive-analytical method of data handling to prove that all kinds of tabarruj, including tabarruj in dress, in behaviour, in words, etc. are forbidden in the view of the Qur'an teachings.