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Missing fasts due to pregnancy.

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Q. A Muslim brother’s wife was pregnant and nearing her term, however Ramadhan was nearing and he was advised by a well known scholar, that she does not fast due to her condition and pay the sadaqah for the days missed. In my very little knowledge of islam and my intellect, this guidence seems very… read more »

Husband divorcing a pregnant wife.

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Q. A husband gives his wife talaaq and she finds out that she is pregnant after, what is the ruling on this? A. In this situation, the woman’s iddah or waiting period will immediately begin and will continue until she delivers the baby. During the course of this period, the woman will continue to live… read more »

Artificial insemination.

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Q. There is a Muslim couple who can have no children of their own because of a problem the wife has. They want a child but the husband wants to be the father. The wife wants her cousin’s wife to be the mother. They want the procedure to be through artificial insemination. Is this permissible?… read more »

Should I fast or Not?

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I had an ectopic pregnancy surgery done exactly.one month now. I am really improving allhamdulilah but I still get pain sometimes because the Dr said it can take up to 3 months for the the inside to heal a little sometimes I feel really weak because I lost a lot of blood. I am just… read more »

Should there be a gap/period between pregnancies?

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Message: Assalamualaikum Warahamatullahi Wabarakatu Mufti Sahab! Is that we have to give certain duration of gap for upbringing of our child, means can we give for instance 2 years between every child, so that in this between 2 years can we go for necessary protection Jazak ALLAH khair! Wa Alaikum Assalaam, الجواب و بالله التوفيق The… read more »