ANSWER: You should not do that as its free mixing between non mahrams which is forbidden in islam. 

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ANSWER: This man is not related to you and he is a non mahram to you and you must not mix or communicate with him. Stop all communications with him. Only your husband’s real father is your mahram. This man has no authority over you or your husband. If your husband is fine with your […]

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ANSWER: If the university is within your city limits then no problem in this as long as it’s safe to commute. The prohibition is for a woman to travel out of the city borders without her male mahram. It is prohibited to be in the bus alone with the driver without any passengers. 

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ANSWER: It’s not permissible at all for your mother to sit there as she’s a non mahram to the guy and a woman cannot be a wali! Your brother must sit there after you get your father’s consent to do so. It is not acceptable not to have relationships with your father.

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ANSWER: You must meet your biological parents and definitely have relations with them as this is absolutely mandatory upon you. Your “father” who adopted you is not your mahram and you must be in complete hijab in front of him. His sons are not your siblings and they are also non mahram. His wife is […]

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ANSWER: Women do not need their mahram while commuting within the city limits.  When traveling outside the city borders, each woman must be accompanied by her male mahram. If two women have a common mahram then only that mahram is sufficient for both.

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