State's Interference In People's Dressing Choices
I have been hearing lectures and I am aware of human free will and how sacred a human sees his own free will. The muslim state has 2 primary rules in terms of ibadat that it can enforce
Namaz and Zakat.
Other than that, state will prevent crime that is very obvious and has been role of every state formed. This comes under amar bin maroof and sahi al munkir and state will also educate people on it.
But my question is, what should be the behavior of state in where someone is doing a personal gunnah in public.
For example, a group of males or females going in public that are not wearing clothes. Or small clothes.
It is obvious that clothing is a personal choice and state can’t do anything against them. I am confused about this as I can’t find the right lecture to guide me too.
This question covers all the personal sins in public. Where does a start put a limit on personal freedom? I can dress and walk half naked. Will it be allowed in Muslim country?
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