11 Muharram 1440

Waiting Period of widow or divorcee

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May 9th, 2018
ANSWER: If after the second divorce he reconciled with you and told you he got you back, you are still married. If he divorced  you and didn’t recon...
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Apr 22nd, 2018
ANSWER: It is one menstrual cycle as being with him in seclusion make her not a virgin any more. ...
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Apr 7th, 2018
ANSWER: Iddah is over once you give birth. You can go out when needed as it is not similar to the Iddah of a widow. ...
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Feb 7th, 2018
ANSWER: In the Iddah of divorce or khulu, you are not confined to your house like a widow should!  You can go out without any problem. ...
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Sep 28th, 2017
This is not from Islam. If her Iddah is done, she can wear any color in her home....
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Aug 29th, 2017
Kindly refer to the following link(s): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN9jWx1rxuM...
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Jul 13th, 2017
The waiting period is three monthly cycles and you can’t entertain any proposals as you are still married to him until the Iddah is over....
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Mar 17th, 2017
This is up to you. However, islam encourages that a widow remarries if a suitable man proposes to her....
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Jan 23rd, 2017
She can work from home and host guests when they come. Kindly follow the link given: http://www.assimalhakeem.net/the-iddah-of-a-widow/ [1]...
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Aug 16th, 2016
By doing your obligations, refraining from sins and being kind to others. Yes can make a schedule for yourself to acquire Islamic knowledge and memoriz...
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Jul 3rd, 2016
1- If she is unable to continue living there, she can move out. 2- This is possible but this depends on whether the deceased has a real brother or not....
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Nov 9th, 2015
1- It is calculated by the lunar months. 2- She can’t attend Quran classes outside her home. 3- She must not visit her daughter at hospital....
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Oct 25th, 2015
Yes, she has to observe iddah for a period of 4 months and 10 days. She cannot travel during the Iddah period or aftewards without a mahram....
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Sep 23rd, 2015
She must stay in her husband’s house which they lived in and it is prohibited to apply any adornment such a henna and she must not mix with any n...
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Sep 17th, 2015
She must not leave the house except for necessary things. Her mother can come over....
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Sep 12th, 2015
No, she must not go out for such a reason....
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Aug 29th, 2015
Yes, you should go and spend your iddah in your husband’s house....