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  1. Most Sunni Muslims reject the practice of mut'ah. They believe that although it was permitted during the time of Muhammad, it was subsequently abrogated. To Sunni Muslims, mut'ah is seen as akin to prostitution and is thus considered unacceptable under any circumstances. Conversely, most Shi'a sectsRead more

    Most Sunni Muslims reject the practice of mut’ah. They believe that although it was permitted during the time of Muhammad, it was subsequently abrogated. To Sunni Muslims, mut’ah is seen as akin to prostitution and is thus considered unacceptable under any circumstances. Conversely, most Shi’a sects do not share this interpretation of the Quran and disagree with this stance.

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  1. Yes it is.As khula is taken when husband doesnt agree to divorce and wife doesnt wana live with him for any valid reason mentioned in Quran and hadith.Wufe can go to court and court will issue khula.

    Yes it is.As khula is taken when husband doesnt agree to divorce and wife doesnt wana live with him for any valid reason mentioned in Quran and hadith.Wufe can go to court and court will issue khula.

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  1. Zubair Khan
    Zubair Khan Islamic Scholar Specialist in Islamic Law & Jurisprudence

    Let it be clear that adultery is a major sin, if the girl with whom he has committed adultery even marries her later, the sin of adultery will not end simply by marrying, but if he regrets his act and repents before Allah with a sincere heart. If it is done and a firm determination is made not to coRead more

    Let it be clear that adultery is a major sin, if the girl with whom he has committed adultery even marries her later, the sin of adultery will not end simply by marrying, but if he regrets his act and repents before Allah with a sincere heart. If it is done and a firm determination is made not to commit this sin in the future, then there is a strong hope from Allah Almighty that He will forgive.

    The Messenger of God said: “The one who repents from a sin is like one who has no sin.( kitab al zuhud 1419/2 darul kotob al ilmiah)

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