Is forced marriage allowed? It is haram for the guardian (wali) of the woman to force her to marry someone she does not want and does not like. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “The virgin should not be given in marriage until her permission has been sought.” (Narrated by al-Bukhari, 6968;… Continue reading Is forced marriage allowed?
The fuqaha’ differed regarding one who issues two or three talaaqs together. The view that is most likely to be correct is that it counts as one divorce (talaaq), regardless of whether he utters them in one phrase, such as saying, “You are thrice divorced”; or he says them separately, such as saying, “You are… Continue reading Giving 3 divorces in one sitting
If the woman does not have any wali who can give her in marriage, then that role may be filled by the Muslim qaadi (judge), if there is one. If there is no qaadi, as is the case for Muslim communities living in the West, then the director of the Islamic centre may give her… Continue reading I am a revert . Who is my walee?
Pillars of marriage in Islam There are three pillars or conditions for the marriage contract in Islam: Conditions of marriage in Islam The conditions of a proper marriage contract are as follows: The marriage contract must be witnessed , as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There is no marriage contract except with a wali and… Continue reading Summary of the Islamic requirements of a marriage.
If a man divorces his wife and this is the first or second talaaq and she has not ended her ‘iddah (by giving birth if she is pregnant or by the passage of three menstrual cycles), then he can take his wife back by saying, “I am taking you back” or “I am keeping you.”… Continue reading How can I take back my ex wife after a divorce.
If the woman is divorced by talaq before the man has entered upon her and been alone with her, i.e., before intercourse or intimacy with her, then she does not have to observe any ‘iddah at all. Simply by virtue of the divorce it becomes permissible for her to marry another man. But if he… Continue reading Waiting after divorce
When a Muslim wants to consummate his marriage , a number of things are recommended in the sunnah: He should place his hand on his bride’s head and pray for her, saying “Bismillah” and asking for barakah (blessing), saying the words reported in the hadith narrated by ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Amr ibn al-‘As, who said that: The Prophet… Continue reading Consummation of Marriage and Etiquettes
Boredom Boredom is a severe but underrated marital problem. With time some spouses become bored with their relationship. They may get tired of the things that occur within the relationship. In this situation, it comes down to being bored with the relationship because it has become predictable. A couple may do the same thing every day without… Continue reading Boredom is a severe but underrated marital problem.
What is VidNikah? Vid Nikah brings together technology and Muslim lifestyle. The problem we wanted to solve was that Muslims want to get married but not everyone has access to an imam or a local mosque or maybe the walee- guardian is not able to physically attend the nikah. So we made Vid Nikah to… Continue reading The Worlds First Online Video Nikah Platform