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Thirsday 15 Rabî` Ath-Thânî 1441 H - December 12, 2019 G



Marriage Act


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العنوان استمع الرقم
The contraceptive pills 130
The right of the wife over her husband 131
Using henna in wedding ceremonies 132
Dancing in the wedding ceremony 133
The limits of seeing and speaking with one's fiancée 134
Artificial insemination 136
Abortion 138
The limits of enjoyment between the husband and his wife 151
The criterion related to the permissibility of using pills that prevent pregnancy 169
Equity towards one’s two wives 173
The influence of Al-Wahm on the character of the pregnant woman 174
The ruling concerning marrying a woman who repented of committing fornication 179
Holding the wedding banquet in wedding halls 290
The ruling concerning the condition of the first wife's knowledge about marrying a second woman 384
The disease that requires informing the suitor about 422
The condition of guardianship upon the Muslim woman 424
Asking for common women's hand for marriage and abstaining from proposing to those abiding by the religion 446
The ruling concerning marrying a fornicatrice and attributing the baby to the fornicator 464
The way of coexistence with a disobedient wife 487
Non-influence of the relation with a non-related woman in the validity of the marriage contract on her 502
The ruling concerning the engagement with an unveiled woman 513
Attacking the fetus by abortion 531
The ruling concerning using the plastic Duff (tambourine) 543
The ruling regarding ululation 545
The ruling regarding the wedding banquet of one in debt 567
The ruling concerning corresponding with unrelated women via the Internet 568
The ruling concerning serving "Al-Maqrût" (lozenge cakes) in the wedding morning after consummation 586
The ruling regarding inviting those who abandon prayer to the wedding party 589
The guardian's responsibility in choosing the suitable husband for the woman in his charge 594
Concerning the straight woman’s consent in marrying an immigrant who intends to come back to his mother country 603
Concerning the compulsory present given in the wedding party [a custom called “Tarzift”] 745
The guardian preventing a guarded woman from marrying a suitable man 757
The ruling concerning a Muslim woman marrying a disbeliever who embraced Islam by words without deeds 762
The ruling regarding a bride going to the hammam and to the hairdresser's, and adornment with henna 782
The obligation to respond to an invitation for banquet by phone or other forms of substitution which express it 799
The ruling regarding invitation cards for the banquet and writing the “Basmala”[1] on them 805
Answering the invitation for the banquet with a complete and permissible invitation 841
The ruling concerning the Darbuka and the validity of joining it, by analogy, to Ad-Duf 869
Adoption and its effects 918
Asking a charitable association for help in order to get married 1018