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Here are some useful advices: http://www.al-islam.org/marriageandfamily/68.htm http://www.al-islam.org/heavenlypath/7.htm http://www.al-islam.org/upbringing/13.htm Also you can find more at his digital Islamic library http://www.al-islam.org/ Some selection of them: (a) Food: A foetus in its mother's womb, feeds and grows on the nourishment in her ...


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here the word "illness" is in different connotation than what usually comes to mind of a native English-speaker. This mentioned consideration of illness give the pregnant women some relaxing "discount" from obligatory duties e.g. fasting, marital obligation. NOT in the negative senses like crazy-ess or untouchable like smallpox or something like that. And ...


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The rule is whatever a person is able to do then he/she must do, but whatever they are unable to do then it falls from them and they are excused. So whatever you can do sister from the salat without sitting then do it, but if you cannot do the sujood without bringing on your self harm then you must sit, and it does not matter if one position is done sitting ...


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In Islam human life is very valuable. Saving someone's life is like saving the whole mankind. The baby inside dead mom is a separate human being. If mom dies the baby must be saved. Because of that, We decreed upon the Children of Israel that whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption [done] in the land - it is as if he had slain mankind ...


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In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Will Allah punish me and never forgive me? Firstly, No one among us can ever speak on Allah's behalf and say that Allah (SWT) will not forgive you for what you've done, there is a hadith in Sahih Muslim that says: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: “A man said: ...


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The fatwa you are referring to is based on a declaration of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy from October 1986 it is case 5 from a list of 5 cases which have been considered as haram. And it is explained why: It was determined that the first five methods are all haraam according to sharee’ah and are forbidden completely in and of themselves, or ...


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Based on my research, I concluded that: It doesn't seem to be haram for a husband to get his 13 or 14-year-old wife pregnant. Because a girl who has reached the age of puberty, is allowed to get married and ... Hence, from the viewpoint of Islam there is no prohibition for doing that (at least in common condition). Of course, albeit Islam allows this, (I ...


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Is it permissible in Islam to have sexual intercourse while the wife is pregnant? Yes, it is absolutely permissible. Islamweb writes on Fatwa no 84328: In brief, a husband can have sex with his pregnant wife. But, if any harm may come to her, especially in the last weeks of her pregnancy as advised by doctors, then one should avoid it. Know that Shari'a ...


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In presence of a mahram a physician my see what is necessary of the 'awrah of a woman First you must be aware that in presence of a mahram a phyisican is allowed to check a woman. As explained with more details in my answer on Had to show my full arm to a man. This actually sets your argument of a man seeing your wife's privat parts void. I remember the ...


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TL;DR Yes as long as it doesn't return harm to the embryo/baby or to her. "Your wives are a place of sowing of seed for you, so come to your place of cultivation however you wish and put forth [righteousness] for yourselves. And fear Allah and know that you will meet Him. And give good tidings to the believers." Al-Baqarah [2:223]. So it's permissible to ...


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Who is responsible for that? According to Islam (Shia Islam), in such case, the father is responsible for maintaining (giving alimony and ...) the child(ren) if a wife gets pregnant in Nikah Mut'ah. More explanation: From the Islamic viewpoint, he or she (the child) will be recognized as their kids and they'll be regarded as his or her lawful father and ...


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You start your assumptions from the wrong perspective and we know logic says: ex falso quodlibet. Zina is indeed a sexual relationship out of marriage. Now what you seem to have overseen is that in the case of an in-vitro fertilization where the eggs don't come from the wife (while the semen comes from the husband), they would come from an other woman. ...


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IslamWeb interpreted it as meaning either a captive or a pregnant divorced woman: ... all the above Hadith do not apply to having sex with one's wife; all these and similar Hadith relate to a pregnant woman who is divorced or a captive. A comparable interpretation was given by Darul Iftaa (here; see also here) when the man married a woman who was ...


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Well after reading a couple of fatwa and under the following assumptions: Husband has performed 3 times a single talaq! The Husband didn't know that his wife was pregnant when he performed the 3rd talaq None of the 3 times were during her menses, as if so this (single) talaq would be considered as haram and (apparently) invalid (but for more details see ...


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salaams sister. these are just superstitions, and cultural beliefs, not really backed up with religious rulings. Regarding the bangle, some people may even classify that as shirk, because it is similar to (for example) wearing a blue bead or something for 'luck' to protect you from the evil eye (this is just an example of course). the reason why some ...


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To the really nice Answer of Battle of Karbala I would add these Statements from Qur'an and Sunnah which includes clear advises on what should a pregnant woman eat: Eating Dates and especially rotob/rotab رطب (fresh dates) (Quran 19:23-25). I heard a scholar explaining this and adding that one of the most common issues during pregnancy is the iron ...


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