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must marry

I Don't Ever Want to Get Married: Must I?

Short Answer: There were many great scholars in Islamic history, both male and female, who chose not to marry. To marry is undoubtedly a strong Sunnah. _____________________________________ Asalaamu alaykum, sister, Thank you for sending your question to Ask About Islam. To begin with, when it comes to the recommendation to marry, Islam does not distinguish between men and …

What Is the Maximum Time to Live Away from Wife?

What Is the Maximum Time to Live Away from Wife?

What is the maximum amount of time a man can live away from his wife? When a person moves to Europe or America, it can take one or two years (depending on the individual) to settle down properly.

Desiring Other Than One’s Spouse in Paradise

Desiring Other Than One’s Spouse in Paradise: Lawful?

I am a married woman, but I love a man other than my husband. I know this is forbidden in Islam, so I cut off my relationship with him. However, I would like to know if it is right to beseech Almighty Allah to gather me with this man in Paradise.

Conditional Divorce

Conditional Divorce: Valid?

Later on the husband said that his intention was not to divorce his wife. What does Islam say regarding this situation?

Stay Unmarried

Marriage Issues and Parents’ Will: Can I Stay Unmarried?

Short Answer:  Forcing someone into marriage against their will is not allowed in Islam. Parents cannot also forbid their children to marry without legitimate reason. There is no doubt that marriage is recommended in Islam. But if you are unable to find a suitable partner, it would be better not to marry. _____________________________________ Salaam alaykum sister, Thank you …

Widow

Can a Widow Marry against Her Parents’ Will?

Wa `alaykum as-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. 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. In this fatwa: You can marry the man you want as long he is a good practicing Muslim. However, you highly advised not …

Won't Marry

If I Can't Marry Her, I Won't Marry... Ever

Short Answer: Marriage helps both men and women stay away from adultery and raise the next generation of Muslims upon Islam. By default, all Muslim men, including you, should try to get married. Especially if they possess the means to do so. Why are you so convinced that if you cannot marry this particular girl, that you should not even try …



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