Imam Ali (AS) said, 'Generosity is a means of nearness [to Allah].

Results per page: 128
Question ID  4830  -  Marriage
Is forced marriage is allow in shariyah? Please answer me from (Quran)
 
Answer:-  Forced marriage is not allowed and invalid in Islam because one of the main
conditions of marriage is the agreement and willingness of both man and
woman to be married to each other.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi


>
 
Question ID  4785  -  Marriage
Assalamun ale kum, Is it necessary to very from a girl her present marital status, whether she is staying with her father or what her religion is before doing mutah with her. I mean a girl could be ready to do mutah with me but is it necessary for me to verify these things
 
Answer:-  You must know her faith because if she was a non Muslim who are not Ahlul
kitab, Mut=E2=80=99ah with her is not allowed.
If she is a virgin, you need her father=E2=80=99s permission.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

>
>
>
 
Question ID  4738  -  Marriage
Salaams Sheikh, I would like to get an Isthikhara done for marriage My name is Umm E Laila, Mother’s name is Saira Rizvi His name is Kanaan Raza and Mother’s name is Marwa Rizvi
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Before going for Estikhara, you need to consult and ask about him and his
family. If you find that he is a good believer with good manners, then no
need for Istikhara. If you can not decide, you can seek guidance from
Istikhara.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

>
>
 
Question ID  4735  -  Marriage
Salam O Alaikum, I am engaged to a girl who is a virgin. She has a decent job but also lives with her parents so it is unclear to me if she is dependent or independent. She considers herself financially independent. Can I contract mutah with her without the permission of her father if it does not involve sexual intercourse and mainly it is done to talk freely with the woman? I am in taqleed of Syed Ali Sistani.
 
Answer:-  As far as she lives with her parents, she is considered dependant on her father hence she needs permission of her father.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

 
Question ID  4720  -  Marriage
Assalamu alaikum. I have a question regarding the Islamic aqid (Nikah). Does the Islamic aqid (Nikah) need to be signed by the bride and groom in order for it to be valid, if it has already been conducted by a recognised sayed (imam) and witnessed by many people? Thank you.
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb=20
In Islam, the Aqd of Nikah is valid when both bride and groom agree on =
it and it is recited. Signature is not a condition at all.
Wassalam=20
Mohammad Al-Musawi=20
>=20
>=20

 
previous123456789...6162next
Total : 309 Results