Familism in the popular sense is not part of Shia Islam. The concept of Imamate (leadership) of Ahl al-Bayt (people of the house) of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) refers only to those family members and descendants of the Prophet who were qualified by Allah for their actual unique virtues to assume the leadership of the Ummah. So in essence, they are given their ...
Actually a man a priori doesn't need his family permission for marrying, or for doing anything else, but the problem rise when his father or father of father (and not the others, including, mother, sisters or brothers, grandparents of the mother side, mother of father and etc.) ban him from doing something or force him to do another thing: obeying father is ...
The Prophet says that marriage is his tradition. But when your situation is not good for marriage, nothing and no-one forces you to marry with someone else.
I'm not an scholar so I don't know exact Hadith stating it, but I know Islam does not force you to do something that is bad for you or someone else.
The wife CANNOT BE FORCED to pay a penny. It's totally a man's duty. If he has a shortage, then he is forced to decrease THEIR standard of living, this does not give him the right to ask his wife to share the pay.
The wife can, of course, help her husband any time favourably.
Many evidences are included in this arabic fatwa.
They are usually invisible to humans, but humans do appear clearly to
jinns, as they can possess them. Jinn have the power to travel large
distances at extreme speeds and are thought to live in remote areas,
mountains, seas, trees, and the air, in their own communities. They are mostly to be found in ruins and unclean places like bathrooms, dunghills, ...
A fast review on the quoted ahadith
The hadith of 'Abdullah ibn 'Awfa has been qualified as da'if even if it differs slightly of other sahih ahdith like your second quoted hadith which you may find in sahih Muslim, sunan abi Dawod, Jami' at-Tirmdihi and in both the sahih and al-adab al-mufrad of al-Bukahri.
The last hadith is originally from sahih Muslim: ...
The verse you've referenced (Quran 58:22) is specifically about those who are at actively at war with Islam and the Muslims.
You are not forbidden from showing affection to those who don't fight Islam and the Muslims:
Quran 60:8 Allah does not forbid you to deal justly and kindly
with those who fought not against you on account of religion and did
"Severing the Ties of One's Relatives" is major sin #9 in al-Dhahabi's Major Sins (pdf), and you can see the evidence listed in that chapter. The primary evidence is Qur'an 4:1, but there's also a hadith:
The person who severs the bond of kinship will not enter Paradise.
Sahih al-Bukhari 5984
Ordinarily, severing ties of kinship is a big deal.
With some exceptions which don't apply here, lying is forbidden in Islam:
... it is not lawful to lie except in three cases: Something the man tells his wife to please her, to lie during war, and to lie in order to bring peace between the people.
Jami` at-Tirmidhi 1939 [grade: sahih]
The negative consequences (in this case, children missing out on ...
if you do not see any texts on proper parenting then you are not looking hard enough. The Prophet (ﷺ) told a man who never kissed his own children, "verily, whoever does not show mercy will not receive mercy." This would apply to your parents as well!
Islam does not excuse any wrongdoings, including the abuse that parents may inflict upon their children.. ...
No, there's no need to worry about this, because it doesn't seem to erupt any wrong into the human nor any kind of Shariah's rules, it's preferable i guess from a moralistic point of view, to ask him about the name or the Kunniyat that he love to hear from you, as a kind of obedience to your husband, which give Allah mercy to you, the ...
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 ...
You should please both of them. More importantly, please your parents before your wife:
Bahz ibn Hakim's grandfather said, "I asked, 'Messenger of Allah, to whom should I be dutiful?' 'Your mother,' he replied. I asked, 'Then whom?' 'Your mother,' he replied. I asked, 'Then whom?' 'Your mother,' he replied. I asked, 'Then whom?' 'Your mother,' he replied. ...
as far as I know there is a hadeeth in "muslim" that "anas ibn malek" reported that " Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) addressed me 'O My Son' "
Reference : Sahih Muslim 2151
In-book reference : Book 38, Hadith 38
USC-MSA web (English) reference : Book 25, Hadith 5351
the hadeeth reference
also check this fatwa - but in Arabic -...
Only a specific group of relatives of the Prophet are considered to be Ahl-ul-Bayt. When Shias refer to Ahl-ul-Bayt they do not mean all relatives of the Prophet but this specific group.
As authentic Hadith confirm, Ahl-ul-Bayt are the direct family members of the Prophet: Ali ibn Abi Talib, Fatimah bint Muhammad and their two sons Hassan and Hussain ibn ...
This is an excellent and important question. First of all, abusive behavior falls under the category of oppression. By treating you this way, your mother oppressed you. And the Quran has very strong condemnations is oppressors. It does not single out any specific category of oppressor, be they parent or child, sibling or person of authority, friend or foe, ...
Ali's response is sufficient. It is noteworthy to mention that in Islam the notion of family curse does not exist. The Quran says:
قُلْ أَغَيْرَ اللّهِ أَبْغِي رَبًّا وَهُوَ رَبُّ كُلِّ شَيْءٍ وَلاَ تَكْسِبُ كُلُّ نَفْسٍ إِلاَّ عَلَيْهَا وَلاَ تَزِرُ وَازِرَةٌ وِزْرَ أُخْرَى ثُمَّ إِلَى رَبِّكُم مَّرْجِعُكُمْ فَيُنَبِّئُكُم بِمَا كُنتُمْ فِيهِ تَخْتَلِفُونَ ...
Prophet's father died before his birth. Our prophet born as an orphan. His father, however, was on the distorted form of Abrahamic faith. He was not a Chrisitian. Of note, mostly people were idol-worshippers, but very few christians and jews were there during the birth of prophet Mohammad saws.
The view that "it is obligatory
to obey your farther (and grandfather)"
expressed in owari's answer is a very common view
(probably even the dominant Muslim view on the issue).
However, despite being a very common view
I found it contradictory to Quran (as I understand it).
Let me explain.
Based on my understanding of Quran, you don't need to obey your ...
According to (4:32):
وَلاَ تَتَمَنَّوْاْ مَا فَضَّلَ اللّهُ بِهِ بَعْضَكُمْ عَلَى بَعْضٍ
لِّلرِّجَالِ نَصِيبٌ مِّمَّا اكْتَسَبُواْ وَلِلنِّسَاء نَصِيبٌ مِّمَّا
اكْتَسَبْنَ وَاسْأَلُواْ اللّهَ مِن فَضْلِهِ إِنَّ اللّهَ كَانَ
بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ عَلِيمًا
"And do not wish for that by which Allah has made some of you exceed
others. For men is a share ...
Well, duties such as cooking, cleaning, etc... are not fard. So it is not mandatory for a woman to do these tasks but she will be rewarded if she does so.
When it comes to the husband's family, it is entirely up to the woman to decide if she wants to serve them or not. If she does so, she will be rewarded. If not, then nobody can force her. In other words,...
They live in earth and around earth. But we do not see them. But they can see us. They are around us but in a parallel universe that we cannot see them usually. Those who are pious can see them. Quran talks about seven skies and earths like them. Perhaps these earths are some parallel worlds that one of them is for life of Jinns.
According to this verse it ...
It's fine for a woman to call her husband by his name as long as he approves it. But of course, if the husband wants the wife to call him by any other name that he likes, then the wife should do so.
There is nothing wrong with a woman calling her husband by his name,
because there is no evidence to indicate that ...
There could be several points concerning what you inquired:
Is it a sin for a job holder wife not taking proper care of husband
Based on Islamic evidences, (at least based on Shia’s viewpoint), it
is permissible for women (wives) to work out of the house (by
observing some items…, aside from some limitations in doing that…)
The answer is already given in here:
And it has already come down to you in the Book that when you hear the verses of Allah [recited], they are denied [by them] and ridiculed; so do not sit with them until they enter into another conversation. Indeed, you would then be like them. Indeed Allah will gather the hypocrites and disbelievers in Hell all ...
I would say yes:
I want to ask you what is 'taqwa'?
Taqwa is to stay away from haram and leave those thing that Allah dislike. We should not go to a place where something is happening that Allah dislike. These type of 'mahfil'(gathering ) are haram in Islam.
I heard this before but this explain taqwa:
Once upon a time Hazrat Umar Farooq asked from ...
Praise be to Allah
So, i just called a mufti specifically for this, as i also got curious. So what he said is that:
He is your father and always be your father whatever he is, but if things are like this as you mentioned in your question. Than he is no more muslim, he will be considered as murtid, as he is denouncing the PILLARS of Islam.
This being said, he ...
Being respectful to your both families - your previous and your current family - is praised by Allah.
If the two families can not welcome each other, pushing them together doesn't help. So I propose you to kindly communicate both of them - your parents and your husband. You can meet your parents lonely.
But don't let each one to say bad things about the ...
Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) is a descendant of Abraham through Ishmael. This is stated in the Quran:
Quran 2:127-129 And [mention] when Abraham was raising the foundations
of the House and [with him] Ishmael, [saying], "Our Lord, accept
[this] from us. Indeed You are the Hearing, the Knowing. Our Lord, and
make us Muslims [in submission] to You and from ...