Is marriage between two cousins allowed if one of the two mothers fed her milk to the younger brother of the boy? I know that the boy who was fed milk is mahram to his cousins, but is the second brother who was not fed milk also a mahram or not?
The Mahr at the nikah of a couple was stipulated to be a hajj trip specifically where only the husband and nobody else could take the wife for hajj. Now the couple have divorced and the hajj trip has not been fulfilled, i.e. mahr has not been fulfilled. How can the husband fulfil his obligation of mahr now that he and the woman are strangers?
If a mature boy and girl took an oath on the Quran after their engagement and then made Allah SWT, Mohammed S.A.W witnesses and thereafter did the nikah with ijaab and qabool (proposal and acceptance) on their own (i.e. without anyone’s presence), and then announced in their family the whole act; are they considered husband and wife? Was their nikah valid?
If someone does the nikah in an Islamic way in the presence of two witnesses but without the permission of her wali, although her wali gave permission after the nikah; will this nikah be valid?
(If a married woman inadvertently marries someone without being divorced from her previous husband, then what is the ruling?)....
The relationship between husband and wife is not going very well. Domestic disputes mainly caused by husband's parents. The wife was satying over her parents for a few nights (as a custom). During that stay the husband sent two text messages to his wife (exact text is sent to u seperately). On reciept of the sms the wife's family, mainly her father, came to the husbands house and took all her belongings without any notice or saying anything to them. After this for several months there was no contact between the husband and wife or their family. The husband assuemed that the two family members will sit down to come to a resolution. However, after approx 4months and 3weeks the wife's father married her off to someone else. The 1st husband or his family had no knowledge of this. Recently the 1st husband, after returning from Hajj, learnt about what had happened. The wife's family based everything on those two sms claiming that was a divorce. 1st husband claims he never divorsed her nor did he have any intention of divorce when he sent those sms....
I was having sex with my wife when suddenly Shaitan took my attention towards anal sex. I knew that this is sinful but I was unaware that this is a major sin. A few minutes later I remembered that I have heard that by doing anal sex nikah also breaks. I wept a lot in front of Allah and gave sadaqa and i am doing istighfaaar. Please tell me the solution. I am feeling very guilty. I have lost interest in every thing. I also feel that my future children will be unlawful. What should I do?
Will it be permissible for a girl and boy considering marriage to meet and talk to one another - for a few minutes for the sake of doing the Sunnah of meeting prior to nikah - without the girl's wali being present in the room? For instance, the wali is nearby (i.e. next room) but not necessarily sitting in the same room? Does he have to be in the same room as the girl and boy?
My husband (hanafi) has a second wife (shafi) that was not staying in the same town as we do. Now she moved to the same town and demands that he lives with her for the full period that she was not living in this town...Is it permissible? What does the Shariah state about that?
I am (hanafi) not sure about the rulings regarding this even though I am the first wife and did agree to him marrying a second wife and the fact that I am a revert.
Please please assist ASAP I know you are very busy but this is a "obstacle" in our home and lives.
Is it permissible to have a feast on the occasion of nikah? Will such a feast be regarded as walimah? If not, will it be permissible to attend such a feast?
I was less than two years old when one day my grandmother let me suck her breast 5 to 6 times to stop me from crying. It happened only one day. It never happened again. Even at that time her own youngest child was 17 years old and her husband had died 6 years before this event.
I want to ask whether "prohibition of marriage" is implied even if anything other than milk has gone into my mouth from her breast???... Am I allowed to marry my cousin in this situation according to Hanafi school? Because here muftis have opinion that marriage to my cousin is haram in this case, because they say that by sucking, something must have gone into baby's mouth even not the milk..even then marriage is haram...Please guide me.
1. I know, male masturbation is not permissible in islam. But is it okey for a wife to masturbate her husband's organ. This may be because of his/her desire or some other factors which is restricting sex act. It may be due to her pregnancy or when she's is having her periods or some other reasons.
2. Can a husband play with his wife's private organ, including putting his finger etc, which may lead to her discharge.
3. with ref to quest no 2, do they need to take bath?
4. is it permissible for a wife/husband to take other's private organ in mouth, like kissing/smooching etc?
Assalamualaikkum. I was married with a person he have first wife. I'm the second one. After he marry me he never using me as wife. he doesn't want to show I'm his wife. i have very painful life. I have explain him what ever in Islam about 2nd marriage. i have read about Surah an nisa. He know very well abt Islamic rules, but he not work. how i can explain his doing mistakes? what u can answer 4 this. really I have too much pain in this life.but i don't want leave my husband. pls tell me the way to change his mind.
1) I suffer from bad depression ... 2) My husband's parents live overseas and they keep asking us for more... 3) Me and my husband have had hard times and I find it hard to love him like I used to...
What is the method of two people doing nikah with each other without both being present at one place (i.e. nikah via agent/proxy)?
I keep advising my wife regarding Islamic things. She has followed some of them but sometimes she gets irritated by my behaviour. She says that I am forcing things on her. My intention is not to force her. I do it as my duty and that I will be answerable to Allah Ta'ala. She says that it's her account with Allah and I don't have to force things on her. She is a very nice woman and we love each other a lot. But sometimes because of these arguments it leads to very very severe fights. Kindly tell me how do I handle this?
Also we are trying to have a second kid and are unsuccessful. Is there any dua for my wife to conceive? Jazakallahu khair
_After getting married, if the couple do not have sexual relationship for a few months, does their nikah remain valid?
_What can a person do to free a child from bad habits, such as taking drugs etc? Also, how can one protect his children from bad influences, especially in non-Islamic countries?
__Can you please give me some wazeefas for creating love and harmony between husband and wife and for removing friction and disunity between them?
_I had love marriage with my wife. We stay with my parents. Due to some problems with my mother, my wife now stays disappointed and angry on small issues. She even does not pay any respect to me nor my parents. We also have a one and half year old baby. What should I do? Leave her?
I have explained to her many times to stay clam and happy; however that has not solved this problem yet.
_ Can the pregnancy be terminated (aborted) if it is known by ultra-sound & other tests that the baby, in 5th month of pregnancy, has serious brain and other organs abnormalities, with very remote chance of survival? The doctors are pushing to get the pregnancy terminated. Please advise as per islamic ruling. Jazakallahu Khairan.
_I am supposed to get married to a woman. However, my mother says that she is doubtful as to whether this woman drank her (my mother's) breast milk when she was a baby. Is it permissible for me to marry this woman?
The wearing of a white dress on your wedding and also wedding rings originate from the non-muslims. Is it possible that if we follow this culture, we will be raised among the non-muslims?
If someone has 2 wives, will his children from his first wife be mahram for the children of his second wife who were born from a previous marriage?
When two potentials meet for the purpose of nikah, I understand the woman can remove her veil. However, does this rule apply for the boy's father too? Can the boy's father see the girl before marriage?
My wife and mother have frequent problems with each other. I want both my mother and my wife to be happy. What should I do?
I have seen a lot of people do nikah on the telephone. Is it allowed to perform nikah when the groom and bride are in different counties via the telephone?
I recently had my nikaah done, but not the rukhsati. My husband wanted to have intercourse. Is it permissible?
I am in great trouble. plz help. my uncle is in a gulf country and coming to pak b4 completing a year to visit his family for 2 or 3 months. recently he went back to his job and received a call from pak. an unknown person told him that he has been having physical relations with his wife for last four years.....
I have been married for 22 years. Until now I have not received my mahr from my husband. I have asked him for it many times but he says that I do not need it. What can I do?
If a Muslim brother leaves his wife and child without visiting them and without supporting them financially because his parents are against his wife, what can be done?
Can I do second nikah with my wife's real sister while I still have nikah with my wife? My wife's sister says that she will not get married to anyone else; and that if I don't marry her, she will become a prostitute.
1) What is the minimal amount for mahr to be offered to a bride for marriage?
2) Can the bride give her groom back the mahr if she chooses to because of her love for him and wanting the gift and blessing of only nikah and the blessing of the hereafter inshallah instead?
How is it allowed to have one's nikah done in a masjid when we are not supposed to talk about worldly things in the masjid? Masjid is the house of ALLAH & it is a place for salat and zikr alone .
Zaid married a convert woman who told him that she was divorced. She did not tell him that she had been married (after converting) 4 times already. Before the marriage Zaid had asked her if she had any medical issues. She replied no, but he found out later that she had issues of infertility and other serious hormonal issues. Then she also had mental problems and a history of prolonged drug use until coming to Zaid. When Zaid became aware of all these issues, he decided to continue the marriage with the intent of giving her a fresh start and the right Islamic environment so she could turn around.
After the marriage Zaid bought her the Baheshti Zewar (B Z). One day she told him that their Nikah was invalid according to B Z as she had not completed her iddat from the last divorce. She said that she had been separated for four months from her ex-husband, prior to marrying Zaid and it had been only one month that the ex-husband had pronounced the word Divorce. She said that she did not know about the Iddat requirements and had thought as it already had been 4 months of separation and then the word Divorce was also uttered, so she was free to marry again. That is to say, she misunderstood the Iddat process. Zaid separated from the woman and even said the word Talaq 3 times to her.
The questions are:
1- Can she claim any "Iddat" expenses from Zaid after this "Divorce", which she claims she can according to her study of Baheshti Zewar.
2- If she is pregnant, does Zaid need to pay her expenses during the pregnancy and for nursing the child ?
3- If the child is born, will he be a legitimate child ?
4- If he is legitimate, can Zaid demand that she hand over the newborn to Zaid , i.e., she will not have any contact with the child.
5-If he is an illegitimate child, can Zaid still make the same demand.
6- Can Zaid claim back the Mahar that he gave her ?
7- Can Zaid claim the money which he gave her (as a husband supporting his wife) to pay off her previous debts ?
In Islam, a man can marry more than one woman and equality is exaggerated amongst the wives. But can a man love more than one wife? Most people say he cannot love more than one woman. Please explain how you should deal with this matter if a man has two wives but does not love them equally.
I would like to know if a married Muslim woman committs adultery & has illegitimate physical relations with another married man other than her lawfully wed husband, what does the Islamic-Sharia says for such a woman/man?
Secondly, since undobtedly both of them have committed sins, what should be the kaffara (compensation) in their respective cases so that they can lead a normal life without any guilt feeling & repentence & their conscience don't bite them in their future lives?
Finally, does their respective nikaahs still remain valid ? If no, then what are the implications on their respective lives thereafter & what should they do if they still want to remain loyal & lawfully-married to their respective spouses.