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According to the vast majority, the prohibition applies to all step-daughters from a woman with whom marriage has been consummated. اللاتي في حجوركم (under your guardianship) is an expression of the prevalent case and is not a condition. It is also evident from the fact that the verse goes on to say: ربائبكم اللاتي في حجوركم من نسائكم اللاتي دخلتم بهن فإن ...


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According to most scholars (except for the Shafi'is), she is mahram to him but she still does not inherit from him nor is she attributed to him (in all four Sunni madhabs). The prohibition about daughter also applies to the daughter of the son and the daughter of the daughter. There is, however, a difference of opinion in regard to a girl born of an illicit ...


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According to the majority of scholars, he is not considered her father and so he has no rights over her or duties towards her, neither does she to him. She does not inherit from him, nor does he inherit from her. She is not attributed to him, rather she is attributed to her mother and her lineage goes through her mother. This is based upon the hadīth in ...


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