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In islam, parents are never allowed to abuse to mentally torture children. This is against islam. the best in islam is the one having best manners (towards everyone, including their own chidren). Here is a hadith to support this claim: Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever fails to show mercy to our children and honor to our elders is not one of ...


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The permissibility of these cartoon is related to their content And it's the same judgment for children, teenagers and adult. If they contain religious prohibitions like: Mockery of Allah, the Prophets -Muhammad PBUH and all other Prophets-, Islam, Sharia(الشريعة الاسلامية), monotheism(التوحيدAltawheed), or any Islamic rules as contain the link that you ...


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Islam is indeed against adultery, and there are rules that govern these conditions according to the applicable classification: Walad al-zina (Arabic: ولد الزنا): offspring from adultery where both parents are known and acknowledge their parenthood. Walad al-mulā'ana (Arabic: ولد الملاعنة): offspring of curse-invoking where husband accuses wife of committing ...


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Yes, but on a case-by-case basis. From the long hadith narrated on the authority of 'Abdullah ibn Buraida, the Prophet ﷺ delayed the stoning of a woman from Ghāmid till after her child had weaned: قَالَ: إِمَّا لاَ فَاذْهَبِي حَتَّى تَلِدِي.‏ فَلَمَّا وَلَدَتْ أَتَتْهُ بِالصَّبِيِّ فِي خِرْقَةٍ قَالَتْ هَذَا قَدْ وَلَدْتُهُ.‏ قَالَ: ‏ اذْهَبِي ...


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Allah has symbolised the relation between a man and wife with a farmer and his farm. A farmer take care of his land, makes sure it is healthy. He does not deprive the land of essential nutrients by sowing the same crop again and again. He may even skip a season to revive the land. Thus he use every possible mean to make sure that the land is fit for its ...


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Quran is very clear on this subject that good or bad deeds are not transferrable, as mentioned in Surah 35:18 And no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another. And if a heavily laden soul calls [another] to [carry some of] its load, nothing of it will be carried, even if he should be a close relative.... Surah 6:164 ... And every soul earns ...


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God decided to create and send humans to earth (by sending Adam to earth) in a form that some of them being enemy of some others. So because of this form of creating humans so they naturally create each other. [Allah] said, "Descend from Paradise - all, [your descendants] being enemies to one another. And if there should come to you guidance from Me - ...


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In the name of God If we see this question from the fiqh aspect, no it is not haram and there is no reason that it is haram, but from intellectual point of view, it is not acceptable. Marriage is one of the necessary events in the creation system and is the way of becoming perfect in our life, such that the life of human in the world began with Adam and ...


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There is no hard and fast rule in Islam that who should or must choose name of baby. If it is chosen with mutual consent of both, that is best. And Allah knows best.


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Walaikum salammm warahmatullahi wabarakatuh, Allaah has enjoined breastfeeding in His Book, when He said (interpretation of the meaning): “The mothers shall give suck to their children for two whole years, (that is) for those (parents) who desire to complete the term of suckling” [al-Baqarah 2:233] https://islamqa.info/en/20759


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There is a difference of opinions on the interpretation of the hadiths on this topic. The strongest opinion is that one may have one's children in Jannah that one had during one's life on Earth, but not give birth to a new offspring therein, and no reason was given in any hadith as to why. In one hadith, the Prophet ﷺ said that if a believer desires a child ...


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Children are blameless as they have no control over the actions of their parents. They are not enslaved as punishment since such a thing is illogical, just because someone gets the short end of the stick does not mean that Islam's intent is to punish them. Rather, the rationale for making it permitted to enslave them is: Custodianship The parents are ...


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Well even if I would agree with the answer of @Farhan totally, I must add that in the case that parents couldn't come to a mutual consent (at least Sunni) scholars tend to give this right to the father because of the part of the Verse in Surat al-Ahzaab (33:5) saying Call them by [the names of] their fathers; it is more just in the sight of Allah . ...


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The answer is already in your question: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: There is nothing (in the form of trouble) that comes to a believer even if it is the pricking of a thorn that there is decreed for him by Allah good or his sins are obliterated. (Saheeh Muslim) Either there is something good from Allah OR his sins ...


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There are two parts of your question: How to overcome fear of childbirth? Is having children mandatory in Islam? Before answering, an assumption is that you are married or about to be, as you are thinking about this. Regarding your first question, you can go through some therapy. Probably your doctor can recommend about it or help you herself. About the ...


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As a human you are not judge for your actions in Islam until puberty so before that age everyone is born on Fitra (temperament or nature) and there is a hadith from Mohammed peace up on him where he said: three will not be asked or judged a child tell puberty and an insan (human) tell the curd and a sleeping tell they wake and as Ali said there's only two ...


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Yes, there is (are) hadith(s) regarding the thawab of children kissing. The apostle of Allah (pbuh) said: A man told Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) I have ten sons, so far I have not kissed them (at all), the prophet got too sad (that the color of his face became red ...), afterwards said: whoever not to compassionate (show his/her ...


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Islam accepts/accepted slavery because at the time Islam was revealed, slavery was deeply rooted in the community that it couldn't be cleared at once. However, Islam doesn't allow enslaving free peaceful people for any reason, be them Muslim or non-Muslims. So if someone is free (i.e, not a slave to anyone else) and peaceful, then Islam doesn't allow anyone ...


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Well a few months ago I read this hadith which shows that the right age where our Messenger (peace be upon him) accepted young boys to join in to fight in Jihad is 15 years, which is also considered as the minimum age according to this Fatwa! but in some cases the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) accepted some younger boys like Samara ibn Jundub (May ...


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Those people whom can inherit are described and listed in a number of Verses of the Qur'an. Among them you'll find the (bodily) children, (biological) parents. grandparents and wife/husband, (bodily) sisters and brothers! But adopted children don't count because of the Verses (33:4-5) which made Adoption (by naming a child with your name) illegal or void! ...


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It looks like the source of this definition is more linguistic than religious This is how an orphan is defined in the Arabic language: الَيَتِيمُ : الصَّغيرُ الفاقدَّ الأَبِ من الإِنسان ، والأُمِّ من الحيوان Al-Yateem (the orphan): - from human beings, the child who has lost its father - from animals, the child who has lost its mother


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There is no minimum age for nikah to be valid, though it is recommended by scholars that it shouldn't be contracted before puberty. The nikah of a minor will be valid when contracted by their guardians at any age, though it is consummated at puberty, and the two are given a choice to annul the nikah at puberty if it hasn't been done by their father or ...


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There's no direct equivalent but the Qu'ran and Ahadith encourage us to reproduce and say that Muslims would be the dominant group in the world. Abu Dawood narrated that Ma’qil ibn Yasaar said: A man came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and said, “I have found a woman who is of good lineage and is beautiful, but she does not ...


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The Quran does not say anything about it as far as I know. We visit graveyard to be reminded of death, to pray for forgiveness of the deceased or to receive tabarruk. Not one of these apply to a 3 year old as he is too young to understand anything and not mukallaf, so there is no interest served by bringing him to a graveyard.


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No it is not, but Allah knows best. Here is a discussion on contraceptives, which presents 4 hadith: Jabir (RA) narrates, "We used to practice 'azl (coitus interruptus) I the prophet's (SAWS) lifetime while the Qur'an was being revealed." Another version of the same hadith reads, 'We used to practise 'azl during the Prophet's lifetime and he was ...


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Islam is no different... Your question is leaning towards regulating the number of children. Except for China (who adheres to the "one child policy"), there is no country I have heard that regulates the number of children. There is also no religion in the world that regulates the number of children. In this aspect, Islam is no different. ISLAM DOES NOT ...


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Quran says: وَلَا تَقْتُلُوا أَوْلَادَكُمْ خَشْيَةَ إِمْلَاقٍ نَّحْنُ نَرْ‌زُقُهُمْ وَإِيَّاكُمْ إِنَّ قَتْلَهُمْ كَانَ خِطْئًا كَبِيرً‌ا And do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them and for you. Indeed, their killing is ever a great sin. http://tanzil.net/#17:31 According to Shia Islam Fiqh, permanent pregnancy ...


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The realization of the issue is related to yourselves. It likewise related to the puberty premature and vice versa. In fact we can say that it depend upon the age of the puberty and it could have a straight relation between the age of the puberty of the child and the age of Tamiz. Hence we cannot say a specific number (age). Of course for instance we can ...


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