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I am so sorry to hear of this terrible thing that a man did to you during Hajj. It is most despicable. However, this person will be dealt with by Allah (swt)
Marriage is a sacred institution. With its sole purpose of establishing a family, marriage is more of a combination of love, respect, trust, communication, and commitment. It is not easy to settle in and adjust with another person
There is no explicit ruling that states masturbation is unlawful; however, the normative Islamic tradition has the stance that it is in most cases. Keep in mind when a position for sacred law is not explicit
It is good to hear you have given up masturbation, alhumdulilah, and are now prepared to marry. May Allah (swt) bless you in your efforts and reward you with a pious wife.
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Unfortunately, however, for many of our young, single men, exposure to so many visual stimulants everyday in the form of over sexualized images of women makes it hard.
As I read your question, I am wondering if this desire to not marry and take on the responsibilities of a husband.
I suggest dear sister that you find a therapist in your area to help you with the grief process as well as accessing your depression.
The reason this is the first step and so important is because Shaitan capitalized on hate and self-hatred. To counteract his false way of “growth”
If he is unable due to work obligations, perhaps get together with other sisters with children to see if you can form a sister group to support each other
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As a Muslim teacher, you know that the purpose of Islamic education is not to cram the pupils’ heads with facts but to prepare them for a life of purity and sincerity, so try to be a good teacher through
In essence, you have in fact answered your own questions by saying “both are major sins.” Because of this, I cannot say which—masturbation or pre-marital sex—is worse. We cannot separate the religious aspects from the physical or sociological aspects
Thank you for your most important question. As children are to be breastfed until they are two years old, it stands to reason that a child this age is not aware of the nakedness of his mother.
In your question, you say you respect your son because “he has taken his relationship with God so seriously.” That’s great, ma sha’ Allah. I’m assuming from what you said that he wants to be a Muslim
Separation anxiety is when a child gets upset when separated from a parent or loved career. For example, a young child may become distressed when left with a baby sitter or when put to bed by herself.
It seems like your nephew may have been exposed to seeing some kind of sexual behavior (either through television or other forms of media) and maybe trying to act upon what he saw.
First, Islamic teachings forbid any premarital relationship, so even before attempting to win any woman’s heart, your son should know that unless he is ready to marry her.
I would like to first address the fact that you do not know for sure if your child will be born with a genetic disorder.
Dear brother, this would mean that your wife is a victim of rape and that you are both dealing with pains that need not be compared to each other.
As hormones and desires are at a high level, it is hard to control, hence the Islamic rules for not dating or being alone with the opposite sex