A husband and wife fertilized an egg and agreed on planting it in the wife`s womb, but couldn`t do so due to the spread of corona virus pandemic, so the fertilized egg remained stored in fertility clinic at the hospital. Now, the husband has passed away and the wife would like to have the fertilized egg planted in her womb. Is it permissible for her to do so since families of both spouses were aware of that and it was documented by the fertility clinic staff of that hospital?
- Can Tarawih be performed in four rakaat units
- What Should I Do if I Fear That My Prayer and Ghusl are Not Accepted?
- Two habits/traits which should never be in a Believer
- The Banu Tamim tribe
- What is the significance of the Day-of-Ashoora? Please quote the Ahadith with references regarding fasting during the month of Muharram, and the preferred days? What is the meaning of “Ashura”?
- What the Muslims consider as good is good in the court of Allah
- Sajdah tilawah
Could You (Grand Mufti) explain why the Prophet (PBUH) refused to grant Ali, who is already married to Fatima, permission for second marriage?
What is the ruling of Sharia on reciting Al-Fatihah upon engagement and at the conclusion of the marriage contract?
What should the husband do when he is unsure which of his wives he had divorced?
My father had passed away, but my mother is still alive. In their marriage contract, my mother`s deferred portion of the Mahr was (2000) liras. However, this currency was abolished, and replaced with a new one. What is the ruling on this?
What is the Islamic ruling on the wife who refuses, without a legitimate reason, to live with her husband where he resides?
Is it permissible for the husband to ban his wife from having children although she wants to?
Does poverty absolve husband from paying the deferred portion of Mahr(Bridal money) in case he divorced his wife?
A married woman couldn`t get naturally pregnant due to being old, and her husband objects to performing artificial insemination. While married to that man, she wanted to withdraw eggs from her ovaries, divorce him then marry another and use the latter`s sperms to fertilize those eggs. What drove her to do so is that she may not be able to withdraw eggs to be fertilized by the sperms of her new husband since she may not have any left due to the long time that the divorce and Iddah(waiting period observed by wife after divorce or death of husband) usually take for she is old and likely to experience menopause. Does doing so violate Sharia?
What is the ruling when the husband refrains from procreating because he doesn`t want to although his wife wants to have children, knowing that before getting married both spouses agreed not to have children for fear of some diseases?