I have read the following narration
Sa‘eed ibn Jubair, may Allah be pleased with him, said, "Allah, the Exalted, will inflict a punishment on a group of people because they played with their private parts."
It has been cited in Tafsirs and some fiqh books without a chain of narrators and the chain/authenticity has not been located. I was wondering, does it being included in fiqh books make it authentic or has it only been used by some fuqaha and is subjected to difference of opinion on its authenticity
As-Salaam-Alaikum, I am writing to you to ask for advice in a personal matter. I have been married for 1 year and live in a shared accommodation with my mother, step-father, and sister.
My wife is not happy with the living arrangement due to multiple reasons. We live in an apartment however since there are only 2 washrooms she has to share it with my sister, and the washroom is inconveniently located outside the bedroom. My parents have always had certain rules regarding my sister and they try to apply the same to my wife i.e. not going out alone, coming home early e.t.c. It also affects our intimacy since the rooms are very close. She is not happy with their interference in our life.
On the other hand, I have tried to have a conversation with my parents regarding me moving out and everytime it has turned out to be really bad as they both take it very emotionally and get sick. They have told me that if I leave the house for a separate accommodation with my wife they will essentially end their relationship with me and I would not be allowed to see them again. They say that we have invested all our life in you and now it's your time to give back. I've tried to convey to them multiple times that I will still keep all my responsibilities as a son even if I move out but they don't seem to agree on this. When I quote Islam and scholars, they tell me that I shouldn't pick and choose between what I want to follow from religion and what not.
I am really stuck in a very difficult situation as on one side my wife is really not happy with the living arrangement, and on the other side I fear Allah that if I leave without my parents blessings it would not be good for us. My mother has made a lot of sacrifices for me, countless, so is it selfish of me to be thinking of my wife? When I last talked to my mother about moving out, she got really sick, and she didn’t eat, and she kept crying for a long time. She told me a mother doesn’t wish bad for her children but her tears are not good if the child is the cause of that. I need your advice regarding what to do in this situation, I.e. how to deal with it such that I can balance both ends.
Salam alaykoum wa rahmatullah Wa barakatuh . Let me introduce you to my case. I want to marry a woman, she thinks I am a good person, with good character who is good for her deen. The father refuses for reasons that are outdated, such as ethnicity or education, can we get married with the brother’s consent?
Her mother and brother know me and appreciate me.
However, her sisters don’t want marriage either because they think I’m a liar or I don't have enough diplomas, they even lied about me on purpose.
In short, the sisters and father are opposed to marriage because of my ethnicity (I am Algerian and they are Iraqi) and my level of education (he wants me to be a PhD student).
I also want to precise that her father was not against giving his other daughter to a man who does not pray and who is a shia. Is this the way Islam tell us to act upon ?
Can marriage be done in one way or another?
JazakAllahu khayran for everything you do for the community, may Allah bless you.
Is it permissible to make a dua that I get married before my sister. I know its not okay to make dua aganist someone. But I was wondering if making a dua that I get married before my sister. (I would still want her to get married) would be considered a dua aganist her.
Can I make istikharah about praying for a non muslim to become a muslim and me marrying him if he does become a muslim
i made a dua while it was raining and between asr and maghrib for my nikkah to not be valid if i wear a certain type of shoe. if this dua has been accepted, does that mean i should avoid wearing this type of shoe?
Here in the UK car insurance is compulsory as we know. When buying or leasing a car on any sort of finance (including 0% interest) car dealers offer you an optional insurance called GAP insurance. This is because if the car is written off ( by accident, theft or fire) the insurance will pay out the current market value of the car not the purchase price (what you still owe). The insurance money goes to the owner ( the lender) and if there is a shortfall you the customer have to pay the lender..so the GAP insurance is supposed to cover the shortfall..
Is taking this GAP insurance permissable?
I am currently working at the Financial Conduct Authority which is a regulator of the UK financial services sector. They are financed by the companies they regulate which include a wide range of banks, insurance companies and normal businesses like car dealers or dentists. My role here is that I deal with queries from the firms we regulate. I mainly deal with queries relating to the reports that the firms have to submit to the FCA. I would like to know whether my income is halal?
i am 22 years of old male and my fiance is 18 years of old
Please give me your advice asap as our nikkah is in one month
I have been talking to my fiancée for 3 months after engagement , our nikkah is going to be in start of January. 2 days ago i asked for her social media account, she gave me the accounts but deleted everything, i knew how to check deleted friends and chats so i checked it and find out she had relations with atleast 2 or 3 boys before, she was in sexual activity through online with them and also met them. After telling her that i know everything she was really upset and told me everything truth , she said that she never committed zina but did meet them and had kissed or hugged them(she say nothing more physically happened but I don’t trust her anymore). But she did show her body on online video calls which i think is also called zina (its online but according to my research on islam its zina). I would not be worried in taking decision if i had not done zina myself one time in the past, i committed zina for first time in this year 2022, i am 22 years of age and never before i touched a girl, she left me and I promised allah i will be like before and never do this again, i repented and I thought now i will find a good girl, now my fiancée also begging me to not break the engagement and forgive me once and ill do everything you say , i am stuck between leaving her or forgiving her and marrying her. She said she is virgin and never done anything in physical which is why i think i should forgive her. But at the same time i feel really bad after knowing how bad her relation was to those boys, because i checked the chats and videos she was sending them .
Her parents caught her this year june when she was going to meet one guy and she says after that i was so upset and my parents were so disappointed, i stopped talking to those boys after that . I did zina that’s why i think allah is testing me, should i forgive her for allah and marry her or should i leave her? I feel like i will regret leaving her but at the same time i cry and regret that i choosed her., thanks allah hafiz
So there's someone who for example is making £500 (or £1000,£2000 and etc) that I would send to a said bank account by them into £5000
the bank account that I would send the £500 to would be a dormant account and they would send money back into my bank as £5000
After receiving the £5000 they would take a cut for example £2000 and the rest would be for me to keep
Is this permissable in Islam