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I am setting you free

Answered by DarulIftaBirmingham

I had quarrel with my wife on very small issue. I became angry and told her that I am setting you free and you can go anywhere you want. (May tumay azad karta hoon, tumay jahan jana hay jaoo). While saying this, my intension was not to give her divorce, but just to threaten her…. read more »

Eid Greetings

Answered by DarulIftaBirmingham

What is the correct way to give Eid greetings? Please give references. Once again thank you for your valuable time.   In the name of Allah the most Merciful the most Beneficent.   Answer:   Greeting one another and making musafahah and mu’aanaka was common among the Sahaba (RA). There are many hadiths on the… read more »

Divorce in the absence of wife

Answered by DarulIftaBirmingham

I would be grateful for your learned opinion and answer to this question. Several years ago a there was an argument between me and my wife. It resulted in her leaving the house without my permission and going to her parents’ house. I became extremely angry at this and afterwards while I was alone by myself… read more »

The ruling about calamari not being a fish and being not consummable does it apply to all mathahabs?Is Calamari makhrooh or haraam for consumption by followers of Hanafi mathahab.

Answered by Askimam.org

Answer According to the three Madhaahib, viz. Shaaf?ee, Maaliki and Hanbaliy, Calamari is permissible irrespective of it being a fish or not. However, according to the Hanafiyah, it will not be permissible on account of it not being a fish. It is Makrooh Tahrimi, which in reality means it is Haraam. (Takmilatul Bahr Vol.8 Pg.196,… read more »

been informed that it is not permissable to wear imitation rings. that that ruling apply to to all metals used to make the popular hi fashion costume jewellery,eg copper etc?

Answered by Askimam.org

i have been informed that it is not permissable to wear imitation rings. that that ruling apply to to all metals used to make the popular hi fashion costume jewellery,eg copper etc? 2.) is it permissable to wear silver plated rings? 3) what is the reason for the impermissability of wearing imitation rings? Answer 1…. read more »

Woman was sitting in iddah after her husband passed away, she was pregnant at the time of her husband death. she was six weeks in her pregnancy. how is iddah calculated ?

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Woman was sitting in iddah after her husband passed away, she was pregnant at the time of her husband death. she was six weeks in her pregnancy. she had a miscarriage in her six week of pregnancy. question is does her iddat expire even the child body was not formed, or what are the requirements… read more »

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