Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu. Can I carry perfumed shampoo and oils and such in a bag with me while I am in Ihraam (ritual state of consecration) while doing 'Umrah in Masjid Al Haraam? May Allaah reward you.
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If the bottle of perfumed shampoo is tightly closed and there is no scent coming out of it, then putting it in the bag does not necessitate a ransom while you are in a state of Ihraam for Hajj or ‘Umrah.
Sharh Al-Kharashi ‘ala Mukhtasar Khaleel reads, “If a person in the state of Ihraam carries a flask or a skin container and the like that is very tightly closed in a way that no smell comes out of it, then he does not have to offer a ransom, as it does not have any smell in this case.”
However, it is better not to carry it; Al-Hattaab from the Maaliki School of jurisprudence said, “It means that if someone carries a flask with a closed cap while he is in a state of Ihraam, then he does not have to offer a ransom... but he is wrong in carrying it.”
Nonetheless, some scholars believe that there is nothing wrong with carrying it, even if the smell comes out of it. Mughni Al-Muhtaaj reads, “If he carries musk or the like in a folded cloth or a musk container that is not cracked, then this does not harm even if he smells it, as there is a barrier (between him and it)…”
Allah knows best.
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