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the quran says that both the husband and wife have rights over one another “And they (women) have rights (over their husbands as regards living expenses) similar (to those of their husbands) over them (as regards obedience and respect) to what is reasonable” [al-Baqarah 2:228] firstly, before the marrige is placed a husband must give his wife a dowery ...


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"وعن أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال‏:‏ ‏"‏ لو كنت آمرًا أحدًا أن يسجد لأحد لأمرت المرأة أن تسجد لزوجها‏"‏" (رواه الترمذي وقال ‏:‏ حديث حسن صحيح‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏) Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet (PBUH) said, "If I were to order anyone to prostrate himself before another, I would have ordered a ...


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I think the problem here is that traditionally also a lot of Arab cultures (and some non-Arab as well), have had women dress modestly. Combine that with these two verses from the Quran: O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves [part] of their outer garments. That is more suitable that ...


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Your friend is wrong, there is no backing for his\her statement. If the right had to be earned : It would have been noted in the ayah. Instead the ayah is unconditional: "So righteous women are devoutly obedient". An exception would have been noted in the ahadith, to the effect that 'disobedient women whose husbands have not yet earned the right are ...


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Yes, it is legal. It is permissible for a Muslim man to enter his fingers in his wife's vagina. And it's also permissible for the wife to touch his penis. All kinds of sexual acts except anal sex and sex during wife's menses is permissible in Islam. Allah almighty, may He be glorified and exalted, says in the Qur'an (interpretation of the meaning): [2:...


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This condition is permissible, and that must be fulfilled.. God say: O YOU WHO believe, fulfil your obligations. [5:1] And the Prophet upon him said: The stipulations most entitled to be abided by are those with which you are given the right to enjoy the (women's) private parts (i.e. the stipulations of the marriage contract). Sahih al-...


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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 ...


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There is no Ayah nor Hadith directly answering this particular question AFAIK, although some scholars consider it "نشوز" (Nushooz / unobedience). There is a Hadith saying that the Prophet's wives would become angry with him sometimes, but I couldn't find out the form of their reactions.


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No, there’s no obedience for a creature with a disobedience of the creator... She should explain to him her reasons for wearing it she must have a reasonable or a logical explanation simply obeying Allah is a logical explanation...


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I'm sorry for your lost but inspired by your strength and profound love towards Islam. I can relate with how you feel about not wanting to share your husband in Jannah. I too once feel this way. My journey towards islam started abt 2 years ago, it was not smooth sailing but i learned that Allah swt is the best disposer of affairs. Trust him and he will ...


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When we read in Quran the Verses about the relationship between husband and wife and family matters we always find the words "و ان خفتم" ="And if you fear that ...". We also can find that Allah ordered the believers to consort with women in kindness O you who have believed, it is not lawful for you to inherit women by compulsion. And do not make ...


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Asking for something halal isn't prohibited at all. Just keep repenting, say astagh-fer-allah hundreds of times a day,he would help you ISA Ask him ,if she is right for you, help you marry her, otherwise if isn't ask to make you forget about her and full your hert with satisfaction about Allah choice. Trust me I have tried, I have forgotten her ...


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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,...


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i will answer the question shortly but in order to answer i have to correct some of your statements, firstly: the husband is in the responsibility of his wife by having to spend on her and fulfill her needs [intercourse] whether it is sexual desire or daily life matters according to his capabilities, he also has to protect his wife from any harm that could ...


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Of course he (son-in-law) can stay and visit the wife parents home other than gender mixing issues that you have mentioned. In fact this is very common in few sub continent families that son-in-law permanently stay in wife house due to financial reasons. There is a term called "ghar damad" in Urdu and Hindi that means "Son in Law stays in wife's parent home ...


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@Alex A said " if you don't want to be married in next life, it is also fine, and this is your choice to do. And in Heaven you can do whatever you wish, you can get married there, or anything." I disagree with you because of a hadith "It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah said: Abu’l-Qaasim (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “and there will be no ...


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Your wife sounds like an amazing woman to me. I encourage you to develop a realistic idea of what a woman is: We're impure. We're imperfect. We sin. And we're still pretty awesome! A momentary blip like this is nothing, and your description makes it sound like she was innocent too. Think about it: you've made a commitment before Allah. In the next 10-...


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Assalamualaikum, Sister may Allah make it easy on you. Br Saif highlighted the duties in a very detailed manner. It is difficult to list such ideals out to any man and ask him to obey. hat is recipe for disaster. There needs to be hikmah in things you deal with. Although every man should strive to have such qualities we aren't living in the age of sahaba or ...


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم First of all I should mention that the boy’s wali (his father) doesn’t seem to be related to that matter as Mrs. Bleeding Fingers said. (as you inquired): Has divorce taken place or does it require signatures of the boy's wali i.e. his father? Meanwhile, you’d better pay attention to some related terms of divorce or Talaq ...


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We're not given the exact picture of how we get to choose our partners there in Jannah. Note: Since, no exact answer is provided to us, we can only make deductions, that may or may not be 100% correct. Because, we don't know what will happen then in the hereafter, and what ever is going to happen, will happen as the creator wishes, hence beyond our scope. ...


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Your first duty is to your husband. If the child were in the UK, it would be your duty to look after his daughter as if your own. From afar, you can make sure the child is financially helped for her education and upkeep and is not a burden to grand parents. Make sure you talk to the child regularly. It is your duty (both).


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(ALLAH knows the best. May HE forgive me if my understanding is wrong) In ALLAH's view, no man or woman is superiority due to his birth. But, to maintain order, Islam defines the priority order. On that note, ALLAH (SWT) clearly delegated the leadership of a family to the husband. To be specific, for a woman after her marriage, her husband have the ...


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