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When a husband divorces his wife three times, she is already traumatized, why does Shariah punish her again by subjecting her to halalah?

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When a husband divorces his wife three times, she is already traumatized, why does Shariah punish her again by subjecting her to halalah? Why isn’t a simple nikah sufficient without consummation? Why should the divorcee be dirtied by another man? I personally won’t return to such a woman. Doesn’t the process of halalah also create… read more »

My father passed away on 1st October 2005 – want to bring my mother over here for her KHIDMAT and also to give her a feel of change. She is around 63 years

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My father passed away on 1st October 2005 (Inna Lillah e wa inna illahey Rajioon) and mother is going through the phase of IDDAT.Two of my brothers (with their families) are with my mother and they take very good care of her mashaAllah. I live in UAE and want to bring my mother over here for her KHIDMAT and… read more »

What is the ruling for a Muslim living in the west and who was sexualy aroused during ramadan and he is not married. He finds nothing else and resorts to masturbation

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What is the ruling for a Muslim living in the west and who was sexualy aroused during ramadan and he is not married. He finds nothing else and resorts to masturbation in which he ejaculates. He is aware that masturbation breaks his fast, and it only happened once during last Ramadan. Does he make up for… read more »

1)When should we recite ayyat-ul-kursi and 33 times subhanallah, alhamdulillah and Allahuakbar after the Salat?

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1)When should we recite ayyat-ul-kursi and 33 times subhanallah, alhamdulillah and Allahuakbar after the Salat? I mean should we recite these after the fardh or after the entire prayer (ie after praying sunnat prayers) for instance the maghrib salat, should we recite ayyat-ul-kursi and 33 times subhanallah, alhamdulillah and Allahuakbar after the 3 fardh or… read more »

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