I married my second wife a year ago, however, she insists that I register the apartment where she lives in her name and tries to force me to do so by starting trouble and staying at her parents`. She does so because she thinks that this is her right according to the rules of Sharia. Is this really her right taking into consideration the fact that I have a first wife and five children and don`t want to be unjust to any of my heirs?
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- Prerequisites of Salaah (6) – (Hanbali Fiqh)
- Performing Salaah in front of the Imaam of the Haram of Makkah Mukarramah
- Can a Muslim participate in non-muslim’s religious celebrations for example Christmas, Deevali, etc.?
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Which comes first, obeying one`s husband or obeying one`s parents? And is it permissible for the wife to go out to serve her parents?
What are the rights of a woman as far as the advanced and deferred portions of her dowry are concerned, in case she filed for divorce due to dissension between her and her husband? What is intended by "Dissension between spouses"?
What is the Islamic ruling on taking pictures of dead and injured victims in a traffic accident?
What is the ruling when a woman plucks her eyebrows although none sees her face other than her husband?
My wife gave birth to a baby boy with Down Syndrome. She refuses to breastfeed, take custody of, and wants to abandon him. She told me to send him to foster care or give him to a family that doesn`t mind raising such a child. She says that she isn`t obligated by Sharia Law to take custody of a disabled child and that this, according to her, is a right of hers. We decided to go to a court of Sharia to settle this dispute. It is worth mentioning that we are a happily married couple. In light of this, is it valid for a woman to abandon her disabled child?
It is Impermissible for Husband to be Occupied with Voluntary Acts of Worship at the Expense of Wife`s Duties upon him
Is it permissible for the husband to spend his entire time offering acts of worship at the mosque and not spend time with his wife at all? It is also worth mentioning that when he does come home, he engages in reciting the Quran.
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