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illicit relationship

This answer was collected from MuftiOnline.co.za, where the questions have been answered by Mufti Zakaria Makada (Hafizahullah), who is currently a senior lecturer in the science of Hadith and Fiqh at Madrasah Ta’leemuddeen, Isipingo Beach, South Africa.

My question is not straight forward but I’ll try to make it as concise as possible. I am 18 years old and when I joined college 2 years ago I got to know this person. We started to like each other, he is very God-fearing so he asked me to marry him and make it a halaal relationship for us to be in. So I spoke to my mother and she said she would do something about it and here I am 2 years later hoping for her to still do something. As I am Pakistani love marriages are rare in our culture so my mother did not tell anyone that it is a love proposal. She told her parents and my father that we received a proposal from his foster parents. And because this is the the first proposal they have received they are taking it really lightly and I am not able to do anything other than talk to my mother and ask her to do something but I have tried so hard to convince her she isn’t doing anything about it. The person I want to marry is very pious and kind alhamdulilah and his family are as well. I don’t know what to do I do not want to be in a haram relationship of any sort because I have only just started to realise the meaning of life and he is the reason I am a better person today. How do I convince my mother, what shall I say to her?

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Q: My question is not straight forward but I’ll try to make it as concise as possible. I am 18 years old and when I joined college 2 years ago I got to know this person. We started to like each other, he is very God-fearing so he asked me to marry him and make… read more »

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Q: I spoke to a guy vulgarly about sex which is not permissible in Islam but I realised my mistake and asked forgiveness from Allah Ta’ala. Will Allah forgive me for my previous sin? Now I am going to get married with the blessings of Allah. Please suggest what to do for maghfirat. A: Sincerely repent… read more »

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Q: Musa and zainab are involved in illicit relationship for couple years, by the occurrence of the days and nights their relation became more solid because now zainab fell pregnant. To get rid from this shame the two families decided to get them married. What will be the hukam of this nikkah according to shaafi and hanafi… read more »

 Is contraception allowed? As a medical practitioner can one issue contraceptive methods to one’s patient? Often, one interacts with non-muslims who require contraception. if one is aware that this patient is involved in pre-marital/ illicit relationships is this allowed.

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Q: Is contraception allowed? As a medical practitioner can one issue contraceptive methods to one’s patient? Often, one interacts with non-muslims who require contraception. if one is aware that this patient is involved in pre-marital/ illicit relationships is this allowed. A: Contraception is allowed and it is permissible for a medical practitioner to issue contraceptive methods to his/her patients. If… read more »

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