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Necessity of Taqleed (following a Madhab).

Answered by Fatwa-TT.com

Question: Assalamu alaikum wr wb, I have gone through the detailed article on the purposes, benefits and necessity of taqlid recently uploaded on your website. It was truly enlightening mashaAllah. I just request you to clarify one tiny confusion for me. While I understand that following one Madhhab in all matters is a way closer… read more »

Can a child give charity from his wealth?

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Question: Is it permissible for a child who is not Baligh to contribute his money to Masjid-Building projects, Sadaqah or any other forms of voluntary contributions? Answer: بسم الرحمن الرحيم One of the aims and objectives in the legislation of laws in Islam is for the protection of one’s wealth. For this reason the Shariah… read more »

Conditions for a Valid Nikāh (Islamic Marriage)

Answered by Mathabah.org

Answered by Shaykh Yūsuf Badāt Question: If a girl and boy accept each other as husband and wife with only Allāh as a witness, is that considered a valid nikāh? Answer: Jazāk Allāh Khayr/ Thank you for your question. In order for an Islamic nikāḥ/ marriage to be valid, the following conditions are required: Consent… read more »

A Marriage Forced by Parents

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Answered by Shaykh Yusuf Badat Question: My parents are forcing me to get married and I do not know what to do. I have tried a million times to talk to them but it is not working. What should I do? Please give me real advice as this is affecting me mentally. Answer: Jazakumullahu Khayr/… read more »

Waleemah and secret nikaahs

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Q: 1. I have been in a secret nikaah for 10 years. As such, we didnt do walima. My immediate family now know about my nikaah. Is it possible to do a walima so long after a nikaah? 2. Also, according to my husband he says that because I’m a secret wife, I have no… read more »

Concealing one’s marriage

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Q: If a woman gets divorced, keeps it a secret, and then gets married again secretly. Her second marriage is done without her guardian but in the presence of two witnesses and it is not announced. After some time, she reveals this secret only to her children. They keeps this secret for almost 8-9 years… read more »

Helping a non-mahram woman

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Q: Is it allowed to protect a helpless, na-mahram female? For example, at school, if some children plan to throw something (for instance, a bottle or a ball) on a specific na-mahram girl who doesn’t have a guardian at school (such as an elder brother or the like), nor has the confidence to take action… read more »

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