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For context, I shall quote a related Qur'anic ruling: [Al-Baqarah 228] Divorced women remain in waiting for three [menstrual] periods… This defines the period of waiting — the period in which a wife cannot re-marry and the couple still has the right to reconcile before the divorce is finalized — in terms of menstrual periods, at least ...


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This might seem like a big deal from afar but from personal experience it is rarely an issue. Consider the following distinguishing features: height build purses or other paraphernalia patterns/markings on their dress footwear accompanying children And in the event of mistaken identity, the lady will make it clear by moving away or through lack of ...


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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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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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Umar ibn Al-Khattab, the second Caliph, married Atiqa bint Zayd. وفيها تزوج عمر بن الخطاب عاتكة بنت زيد بن عمرو بن نفيل، وهي ابنة عمه Umar ibn Al-Khattab married Atiqa bint Zayd bin Amr bin Nufayl, who was the daughter of his uncle — The Beginning and the End by Ibn Kathir, events of 12th year of Migration


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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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The majority of scholars see it is permissible to marry with intention of divorce but without being a condition in the contract, if it's mentioned in the marriage contract then the contract is invalid and so is the marriage. Mentioned that: Imam Shafei in "Al-Om" Imam Ibn Qudaamah in "Al-Moghni" Shaikh "Al-Dardir" Shaikh Ibn Taimeya" So the answer for ...


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Yes, he married Maymunah bint al-Harith after the revelation of 33:50-52. This marriage was within the scope of 33:50. She gave herself to the Prophet in 7 AH when the Prophet visited Mecca to perform Umrah. Abbas (her sister's husband) also interceded for her. Therefore, the Prophet agreed to marry her. Prophet, We have made lawful for you the wives to ...


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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. ...


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No, there is no issue in praying for something that he wants to get. Everyone has his own sense and has full right to be with someone he loves or wants. If he loves her beauty, then he should stay away from her for its not a love its lust and will guide him on the path of sin too. A female who commits alot of sins is never a bad girl. She can change her ...


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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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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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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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There is absolutely nothing in Qur'an or hadith that says that a wife cannot adopt her husband's surname. The quotations linked by s91 did not say anything about this specific matter. I agree with Farhan: this is matter of culture and not of religion.


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According to this source: http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/articles/157172/wife-taking-her-husbands-surname No. "Naming the wife after the name of her husband and neglecting the name of her father is not permissible."


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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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If the gold is equally yours (if May Allah not you get into some financial crisis then you expect to be backed up by her gold) and has been in you people's possession for more then an year and is greater than equal to 7.5 tola then 2.5% of its present worth is applicable as Zakat. Her rights as your wife include a share in your wealth so you may pay on her ...


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This is not going to be an easy task as not too many companions married their cousins. One companion that I know of is 'Abdullah ibn 'Umar ibn al-Khattab who was married to his maternal cousin, Zainab bint 'Uthman ibn Madh'ūn. His mother was Zaynab bint Madh'ūn. Her brother, 'Uthman ibn Madh'ūn had a daughter named Zainab from his wife, Khawlah bint Hakim ...


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The answer is in an interpretation "وَقَدِّمُواْ لأَنفُسِكُمْ " in verse 2:223 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. قَدِّمُواْ actually means doing ...


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The husband is responsible for his wife and children ( taking care of them monetarily or otherwise), and the wife is responsible for obeying her husband at all times. Obeying her husband encompasses anything the husband asks her to do or not do, provided it doesn't violate religious commandments ( such as telling her she can't pray, fast, etc). Those are the ...


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Notice I am only translating and transferring knowledge I am exposed to, and I, or my sources, may be prone to errors and mistakes; Allah Knows best. I heard a sheikh talking about this on TV some long time ago, so I have no reference, but here's my knowledge about the topic, and Allah Knows Best: Wife زوج: When your wife is close and similiar to you, ...


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No To start with the phrase, A wife is supposed to wear what her husband wishes If your husband is following the Sunnah of our Islam, then definitely he won't be asking you about this request. According to our Hadith and Holy Quran, a Husband can ask his wife to wear whatever he wants, provided it should be in private and within our Shariah laws. Also ...


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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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To the best of my knowledge and likewise according to what I made research, individuals who go to the paradise (Jannah) have free choose to have their world wives or not. (Although it is narrated that they (wives) actually would be reformed to the best shapes and … (such as the best edition…), of course it is said for the husbands who are interested in being ...


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I would agree with the first answer in all levels. As far as I know it is the stronger Islamic opinion ... and only Allah knows best. Speaking as a married person, I would say that the situation you have described is not the problem, rather a symptom to a deeper problem. You have to appreciate and understand that for a woman to demand Divorce from her ...


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Man can have up to 4 wives simultaneously at any given point in time regardless how many times he marries during his life span. If the matter was other way round, it'd have been a well known and much discussed issue as it'd have clearly contradicted with common sense (i.e., imagine a man left with no chance of marriage who had divorced two women and the ...


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