Wife telling the husband you are my real brother
Q: My question is during a fight with my wife, she said that you are my real brother and it happened again after six months. So should I pay kaffaara for this or what should we do for this?
A: You do not have to pay any kaffaarah.
And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.
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- in all of my documents (e.g passport, birth certificate, educational documents), my step father’s name is used as my real father’s name. Do I need to change these documents….and One more thing is that I have a half-brother (we have same mother) who doesn’t know that my mother re-married. Should I tell my half-brother that I am not his real brother.
- My husband’s father has a property and gets enough rent to maintain his family. Husband’s mother is a retired government servant and gets a monthly pension. Husband’s brother is an engineer. His wife is also working. Husband’s sister is a doctor and married. I am not employed and I and my son are completely dependent on my husband. Now my husband is planning to purchase a property. I have a one year old son. I will appreciate if you could answer the following questions: (1) What will be my share and my son’s share in the property? Also let me know what will be the share of my in-laws (husband’s parents, sister and brother). This property will be purchased by my husband with his own earnings? (2) What will be my share and my son’s share if my husband includes my name also in the property along with his name? What will be my share and my son’s share if he does not include my name in the property documents? (3) What will be my share, my son’s share and his family’s share (parents, one brother and one sister) in case of husband’s death? Will there be any difference in my share if my name is included in the property?
- My wifes brother touches my wife a lot. Some times massaging her hand, her shoulders, her legs. Some time when he lays beside her putting his legs on her legs. I have a sister too but all my life I have not been used to such kind of behaviour so I dont feel good about it. I cant tell my wife to stop her brother doing this because she might not like me telling her. Tell me is this kind of behaviour Islamic. Or I am thinking wrong or negative?
- Assalamun alaikum, I know a woman who has two girl kids with her first husband. Latter she ran away with a second male few years back. She says ( we doubt her as she is not telling exactly the truth ) she married to that 2nd person , while the 1st male – his original husband was alive and no talaque or qula was pronounced. She separated from the 2nd male also due to some misunderstanding, but she never came to the first husband and mean while her first husband expired. Now again she and the second man started living together. The girls are in our care, and she wants to take them. This is a short back ground. May I know the following under the light of Quran & hadis , what is the fatwa of the esteemed Ulamas :: 1. whteher the nikah between a husband and wife is still valid if the wife or the husband OR any one have illegal relations out side ? 2. Is the nikah with the 2nd male valid, as no talaque or qula was pronounced with the 1st male ? 3. We don?t know actually the nikah has taken place between the 2 nd man and the lady, as the lady is not telling exactly the truth. As an outsider, but just to avoid a sinto be continued between them , can we interfere in this matter ? And can we suggest them to get marry again? 4. Or what is to be done ? 5. Can we send their minor daughters along with the mother, if she insists?
- Wife leaves her husband a number of times,sometime without asking,has even went on Hajj with her brother she simply informed her husband and did not ask for any permission husband did not objected or rather remained silent for it was a matter of Hajj ,then there is the issue of three daughters involved. so its prudent not to separate , beside there are no other issues . Husband and wife and have now chosen not to interfere in each others work , both now earn separately and do not share with each other , is the husband still obliged for the upkeep [ nan-nafqa ] of her wife.? Q2- Is it true Imam Ghazali has said, in a similar situation [ wife leaving husband without asking permission ] husband is released from the burden of nan-nafqa?
- Wife telling the husband “I want a divorce” and husband replying with “Okay”