Image posted of a man wearing a robe

Question ID: 32845

I have a facebook page on which I post islamic motivation images. I posted an image with the following quote,
“A man said to Al-Fudayl Ibn Iyad: How are you? And he replied: if you are asking about the life of this world, it has diverted us from the right path and sent us in many directions.”

The image I picked was of a man carrying some straw or wood on his back through a field and walking along a path. The issue is that he appears to be wearing a robe with a hood over his head like that of the monks but there is no clear indication that he is a monk such as the wearing of a cross or any other symbol in which case i would not have used the image. My intention was to show zuhd and the fact that the man was walking a ‘path’.

Does this image make me sinful /kaafir for using what (robe) may be a symbol of monks even though there is no clear indication of it ?

Here is a link to the image

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Asked on April 4, 2017 11:12 pm
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No. Sahabah like Hadhrat Abdulullah bin Ma’ood (R.A.) should wear a hooded Kurta.

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Answered on April 30, 2017 4:14 pm