Obtaining permission before entering the houses of others

Allah has ordained measures that will ensure material and spiritual well-being. He also communicates through the Qur’an the means to prevent disturbing situations. For example, whatever one’s intentions may be, entering another person’s dwelling without permission is prohibited:

You believers! Do not enter houses other than your own until you have asked permission and greeted their inhabitants. That is better for you, so that hopefully you will pay heed.  (Surat an-Nur; 27)

Even when wrongdoing is out of the question, behaving otherwise causes doubt and may be perceived as a threat to the security and privacy of the household.

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