Are there many types of Nahy as Nahy Tahrim, Nahy Takrim and Nahy Tanzih

Question 2: In reference to the Prophet’s (peace be upon him) Hadeeth “When I command you to do anything, do as much of it as is within your capability; when I forbid you to do anything, stay away from it,” is it true that there are levels of Nahy indicating how serious it is to do or not to do something, including Nahy Tahreem (forbidding something due to its being prohibited, Nahy Takreem (forbidding something for the sake of reaching perfection) Nahy Tanzih (forbidding something despite its close proximity to being lawful), Nahy Nadb (forbiddance denoting recommendation not to do something but no strict prohibition), and the like? Another example is the Hadeeth narrated in Saheeh Al-Jami` to the effect that The Prophet (peace be upon him) forbade combing the hair everyday (unless urgently needed). Does the forbiddance imply prohibition or is it just discouraging it?

Answer: Praise be to Allaah Alone and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, his family and Companions. In principle, Nahy (forbiddance) implies prohibition unless otherwise indicated by contextual evidence. There is nothing called Nahy Nadb. If there is contextual evidence denoting that Nahy… read more here.

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