From the Deccan Herald.
These fatwas have been issued in response to three different queries, according to the Darul Uloom's Darul Ifta (department of fatwa). In response to a query on wearing of jeans by women, especially in cold countries in Western Europe, the seminary has made it clear that “jeans pants and shirts are against the shariat (Islamic rules)”. “The physical structure (curves) of the body is reflected if one puts on a jeans. Wearing them by a woman is a sin”, the fatwa said adding that it should not be put on by the menfolk also. “It is barred for men as well. Women, who want to look as men, are cursed”, the fatwa went on to say.
On a query on dyeing one’s hair in black, the fatwa said that any other colour other than black is permissible. “Use of black hair dye is un-Islamic”, it said.
On another query pertaining to hair transplant, the Darul Uloom said transplanting artificial hair amounted to “cheating” and is therefore is “illegal”. The clerics say that Islam very clearly separates what is right and what is wrong. “He, who does even after knowing that it is wrong, is the sinner”, said a senior cleric.