23 Jumada al-Awwal 1438

Fiqh of the family

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Feb 18th, 2017
There is no Jannah underneath her feet. The hadeeth stated figuratively that if you stay close to her feet and serve her, you will attain Jannah....
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Feb 13th, 2017
Try to advise her in a diplomatic way and remind her of Allah. If this doesn’t help, be kind to her but keep your distance....
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Jan 23rd, 2017
The son must not do or say things that triggers the father to become upset. He is sinful for that and committing one of the most major sins in Islam. T...
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Oct 11th, 2016
You did the right thing by moving out. You must visit them frequently and check up on them to see if they need anything,...
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Aug 9th, 2016
As long as you’re doing the obligations towards your family and they don’t miss any of the necessities of life, this is ok....
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Aug 7th, 2016
If they are defiant and disrespectful like this, you may cut off their pocket money, take away their cars, not pay their mobile phone expenses so that ...
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Jul 25th, 2016
It is his duty to provide for his family!...
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Jul 19th, 2016
He must honor kinship for the sake of Allah and not for him personally....
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Jul 12th, 2016
The money Is your and you can claim it with respect and while being dutiful. You don’t want to lose your father over 1000£!...
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Jul 8th, 2016
It seems that they wouldn’t get any reward except what the children do for them or make Duaa for them....
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Jun 30th, 2016
You did your duty by advising them. Now, you take care of your own affairs and don’t join them....
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Jun 24th, 2016
Give him advice and remind him of the hell fire that awaits her if he doesn’t forgive her and how Allah would forgive him if he does....
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Jun 22nd, 2016
Your wife has rights over you and so does your father. Try to balance things!...
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Mar 2nd, 2016
IN a kind manner, try your best to advise your parents on how they must improve their upbringing. You may involve an elder or a learned person (in deen...
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Mar 2nd, 2016
You minimize contact with them to the absolute minimum if they are harming you or your family in any way. However, in any condition, you cannot cut off...
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Mar 2nd, 2016
No, it is not haram for you to stay away form them, but deal with them diplomatically. Still Stay polite with them or you will lose your husband to sid...
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Feb 29th, 2016
As long as you are fulfilling your obligations towards them, there is no need for asking them for permission. However, you must get permission from you...
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Feb 15th, 2016
Patience is required. Don’t worry as this would end one day and they will be happy to see you and your kids in sha Allah. They are sinful for not...