Is the woman required to participate, along with the `aaqilah of the killer, in paying the Diyah of unintentional killing?
- Is dua after salah is biddat (innovation)pls give reference from sahih hadith
- Reciting surahs in different order
- What is the benefit of reciting the litanies (ahzab, awrad) ascribed to the major Sufis? Isnt
- Does Working at a Place Where Alcohol Is Sold Make One’s Income Impermissible?
- Wife refusing to allow her husband to see his children
- The Loss of a Child: Seeking & Turning to Allah in Difficult Times
- Burial Amongst Muslims, and a Directive for Proper Burial/Estate Division
My mother was five-months pregnant. One day, she had colon problems and so we called the doctor. He did ask her about being pregnant or not, but she said that she wasn`t, so he gave her three injections. At dawn, she had a miscarriage. What is she liable for from an Islamic perspective?
Is it permissible for the pregnant and the breastfeeding women to break their fast because of hardship, and what is incumbent on them in this case ?
My wife conceived after seven months from delivery. During the first three months, she tried to abort the embryo, then abstained from doing so. Eight months later, she gave birth to a deformed baby that lived only 70 days. What am I required to do from the view point of Sharia?
In which stage a woman is permitted to make abortion as a result of being afflicted with cancer? And is she permitted to abort so that possible deformity which might occur due to chemotherapy and radiotherapy could be evaded?
Is it permissible to abort a fetus afflicted with drepanocytic anemia? And is the legislation in order to prevent the marriage of a man and a woman based on the probability of having sons afflicted with it permissible?
I lost my two months old baby who was afflicted with Patou Syndrome which is a problem in Gene (13), because the people afflicted with it don't live for too long due to the intensity of physical problems and congenital malformation such as brain atrophy as well heart and lungs malformations and the like. However, after examination, it turns out that my wife had (Patou Syndrome). Nowadays, science is capable through test-tube babies technique to specify the afflicted gene and eliminate it at the lab before injecting the mother with fertilized ovum. If Allah wills, and at the time in which my wife is pregnant normally, we can make gene examination for the fetus at the 10 week of pregnancy and the results will be given within one week .i.e. (120) days before pregnancy through which science can determine if the fetus is afflicted with the above syndrome, having afflicted genes or safe and sound. Are we permitted to make abortion if the fetus is afflicted with Patou Syndrome and been detected (120) days earlier of pregnancy?
A four-month-pregnant woman underwent abortion without a lawful excuse. She did so because she didn`t want to have children at the time, and was given the green light by her husband. What is the ruling of Sharia on this?
What is the ruling on the blood that a woman sees during her pregnancy? Should she stop praying or not?
What is the ruling of Sharia on aborting the under four-months-old malformed fetus?