1435 fatwas

  • Marrying a Woman Whilst She observes Her ‘Iddah Date: 5-5-2020

    I have read that if anyone marry a women during her iddah, she is prohibited for the man permanently for the man according to maliki madhab. Please answer me what is the position of hanbali school in this regards? Please answer me as soon as you can. .. More

  • Her Deobandi Parents Refuse to Send Her to Her Husband after He Divorced Her Date: 5-4-2020

    Salaam, I hope you can resolve this issue in regards to if my divorce has taken place or not. Me and my wife were married for 7 years and one day we had a serious arguement. Me being naive, I said I divorce you three times in a space of 2 seconds. My wife parents are deobandi and advised her that the marriage is over. I do not claim to be from any madhab... More

  • You Are Irrevocably Divorced after Third Divorce Date: 26-3-2020

    I would like to seek a Fatwa and confirmation that I am now fully divorced from my Husband. The situation has been as follows: - I was married to my husband on 15-Jan-2005 - First Verbal Divorce was given to me by my Husband in 2010 - Second Verbal Divorce was given to me by my Husband in 2012 - Third Official Divorce was granted by the Australian.. More

  • ‘Iddah for a Woman After Khul’ Date: 25-3-2020

    Salam Alaikum. One of my cousins (girl) took khula from her husband recently. Since last 3 months, she had been staying with her mother (away from her husband) and then applied for Khula from her husband last week. My question - How long does she have to stay in the state of IDDAH before going into marriage again. My knowledge goes, just one month.. More

  • Uttering Divorce without Referring It To The Wife Date: 3-3-2020

    Assalamoalaykum I’ve read from Sayyid Sabiq and Wahbah Zuhaily that it’s obligatory to refering the object (wife) in the wording of talaq, such as: “ANTI taaliq”, “YOU are divorced”, “i divorce YOU”, “(WIFE’S NAME) divorced”, etc. But, some imam and ustaadh said that only saying “talaq” or “divorce” without “you are”.. More

  • Saying ‘I Divorce You’ Three Different Times Date: 25-2-2020

    Salam Dear Brothers. I have a problem with understanding one thing. If I divorce my wife saying in one sentence: "i divorce you, I divorce you, I divorce you". Does that count as one divorce or is it three divorces and then she will be haram for me and will have to remarry before I can take her back? .. More

  • Put A Knife To Husband’s Throat and Asked For Divorce Date: 23-2-2020

    Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuh A few years ago my husband and I had a huge fights I had committed zina which lead to physical abuse which he slapped me and I held a knife to his throat and I asked him for a divorce which he said 3 times I give you ur divorce I give you ur divorce I give you your divorce then after he told my daughter.. More

  • Your Husband Must Provide You With a Separate Accommodation Date: 23-2-2020

    Assalamualaikum, I am married to my husband for 6 years. We have one child. My husband is overall a good Muslim, prays, stays away from major sins, works hard to provide basic necessities. However he forces me to live with his mother and father. Over time I have come to feel very depressed due to this. His parents can be very critical of me and do not.. More

  • Conditional Divorce Date: 19-2-2020

    The husband says if wife talks to a specific person she is not his wife, but it was out of anger, now he wants take that back, and wife to talk to that persons, so in this case what can be done? .. More

  • Husband Sexting With Women so She Asked For Khul’ Date: 12-2-2020

    Married to husband in state Of Texas, USA. Me, Ohio, USA for 6 months. Husband called to see if I had a friend contact him on muslim dating site where we met. Told him no. He said he thought I had asked a friend or cousin reach out to him because she was from my state. I became upset for him thinking in such away. It hurt me. We ended our call but it.. More

  • Divorced Her Thrice on Phone and They Wish To Reconcile Date: 5-1-2020

    Asalam ,I asked my husband to divorce me for past year he didn’t want to do it but in the end he did it over the phone by saying I don’t want to divorce you then he said your divorce 3 times he come back after my Idahah finish. Both of us want to come to each other .our school of thought are different I am Maliki and is Asian following hanafi .could.. More

  • Divorced His Wife Five Times Date: 26-12-2019

    hello, i am hanafi sunni muslim. i give my wife 5 talaq on the phone in one time. that time she was pregnant now she is six months pregnant. and the talaq i give her 4 months finish now i want to bring her back to home for my children. can you please guide me. Note : i asked to sunni mufti he said your talaq has done becasue you give 3 talaq and 3.. More

  • Married Her Without Guardian Then Divorced Her Thrice Date: 25-11-2019

    As-salaamu 'alaykum He got married with his wife without her father's consent but they made one of their friends as wali. After some days he got confused whether his marriage is valid or invalid. So he watched some videos and read articles of some scholars and realized that his marriage is invalid. And he thought if this marriage is invalid then he.. More

  • Divorced His Wife Thrice and Had Intercourse After Every Divorce Date: 11-11-2019

    If husband gave divorce to his wife and have intercourse with her after few days but many times. and he did this 3 times in 2 months. need to know; Divorce has happened or not, as he divorced and did intercourse and repeat this in three times. as well as I need to know; giving divorce and than having intercourse to accept wife back will count divorce.. More

  • Refuses to Leave his Apostate Wife Date: 2-10-2019

    If a person's mother is an apostate and his father refuses to leave this woman, then is it mandatory on the son (or child) to always stay with them when the parents are together in order to break the seclusion (thus forbidding this evil)? And if the mother sometimes travels alone, then is it mandatory for the son to accompany her (so as to forbid evil.. More