Because you worship Allah, please Him, glorify Him, fight for His Sake and stay firm to His Deen above all others.
Because you are a believing man whose Imaan & Akhlaq are transcendent.
Because you love your parents and grandparents so dearly for they are the ones who have been patient in bringing you up to be the man that you are predestined to be.
Because you love your siblings and your close relatives as you strive to lead them by example. Continue reading Why I want to get married to you, my Future Husband.
Praise be to Allaah.
Muslim woman have to wear clothes that will conceal the body and her ‘awrah, by wearing clothes that do not show the skin, as see-though clothes do, and do not show the shape of the body, as tight clothes do. Pants or trousers are clothes that show the shape of a woman’s body and ‘awrah, so for this reason it is not permissible for women to wear pants, unless she wears over them a wide or loose shirt. One of the aims of Islam is protect people’s ‘awrahs and avoid uncovering them, because taking this matter lightly is one of the means of falling into that which Allaah has forbidden, namely zina (fornication, adultery) and the things that lead to it. The Muslim woman has to adhere to the Islamic etiquette in the way she dresses, moves and speaks. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): Continue reading Q: Is are women or girls allowed to wear pants. If not Why.?
• Both Are Dressed Modestly:-
A Queen Dresses Modestly Because It’s Obligation For Her To Do So. A Hijabi Muslimah Dresses Modestly Because She Is Obeying Her Lord.
• Both Have High Status :-
A Queen’s Status Is Raised The Moment She Inherits Her Title And Crown. A Hijabi Muslimah’s Status Is Raised The Moment She Puts Her True Crown (Hijab) To Please Her Lord. Continue reading Here Are Some Common Points Between A Hijabi Muslimah And A Queen
Dissolution of Marriage in the Shari’a
Why Should Marriages be Terminated?
In order for the institution of marriage to fulfill its goals as described earlier, divorce must be allowed in certain situations. Those religions and/or societies which deviated from this point and imposed the fiction of “till death do us part” in all cases have been responsible for untold human misery and sin. This law is not suited to human nature and Islam does not force us to apply laws which are extreme – neither celibacy, permanent marriage without the possibility of divorce, nor promiscuity and mayhem (the most popular one in our time). Continue reading Fiqh of Marrage – Divorce
Question: Dear scholars, I’d like to ask you about the Bible. What do the Islamic scholars think about the parables by Jesus. And I have one more question; do the Islamic scholars believe in the miracles of Jesus written in the Bible? Could you tell me about those points? Thank you in advance.
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.
Continue reading DO Muslims Believe in the Bible?