عنوان مقاله [English]
The sacred law of Islam for holy places has a special respect, so that all Islamic sects agree on the principle of respecting these places. In accordance with this ruling, in Islamic law restrictions on the movement of these holy places have been created for some individuals, including adolescents and women of Hajj, whose characteristics are different among different religions of jurisprudence.
In this research, in which the descriptive research method is followed by documentary analysis, after expressing some general concepts, the order to enter and stop the adjoining people and the women of Ha'ez in various blessed places, according to the views of different religious jurisprudents, has been investigated.
As a result of this study, it becomes clear that most Islamic religions regard these people as prohibited in mosques and there is a difference in the permission to cross the mosques between them.
Although the famous Shiite scholars are prohibited to stop the Shrine of the Imams, they are prohibited from doing so, but Sunni jurisprudents are allowed to do so