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  1. I need to know where can I get English cum Urdu nikah naama in New Delhi. Is it available in market anywhere. Is is available online.whwre can I buy Shia English cum Urdu nikah naama ? It is urgent Thsnks Syed Awsiya Hassan
  2. Prophet Muhmmad (PBUH) & Aisha Nikah

    Salam to all! Can someone please help me clarify the age of Aisha during Nikah ceremony with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)?
  3. Nikah

    AsalamoAlaikam I am a 24 years old girl and i recently married. I often remain confused about my nikah We commited a mistake before marriage. We used to talk about sex on text massages only messages We even didnot met each other before marriage My question is Is my nikah valid?
  4. Shia Maulana in Roodepoort

    as salaam u alai kum YA ALI MADHADH where can i get a shia moulana in roodepoort to do my nikah? regards Armaana Syed Ali
  5. Asalamalekum, Can the negative and fearful thoughts about the Nikah not being recited properly, void and invalidate the marriage? Even though I know from bottom of my heart that my Nikah was performed correctly almost 2 years ago, My Nikah was performed almost 2 years back, the problem was that “the representative asked me twice if I accept my wife in marriage and I said yes each time. Later when I went home I started getting negative and unwanted thoughts about my nikah, that the scholars are supposed to ask me three times.” Therefore, I contacted a Mujtahid and he said my nikah is valid. But the thoughts would not stop and kept on bothering me, I don’t know if its shaytan, but the thoughts kept playing in my head all day wherever i was. The sending of the bride ceremony did not occur at the time of the Nikah, and I went abroad leaving my wife back home. So, I decided that these unwanted thoughts would remain with me forever unless I recite the nikah formula again. So, when I went back for our “sending of the bride ceremony” this January, I stayed at my in laws house for couple day. And me and my wife were together, and we got intimate and I think we might have done intercourse but I am not sure. Because I had received a fatwa from a Mujtahid that my nikah is valid and I don’t have to repeat the “segha” but it is also permissible and no problem even if I repeat it. Afterwards, "before the sending of the bride ceremony" I went to the scholar and he repeated the segha again. But now I am really confused about few things; 1) was my first nikah recitation valid? 2) the intimate relationship I had with my wife before the second recitation, was that halal? 3) And was the last recitation valid and can the negative and unwanted thoughts about nikah not being done correctly void my nikah? Many thanks for helping me!
  6. Nikah with Shia girl

    Im a boy from india . I was a hindu but recently im converted now I totally believe in islam and im a shia now im in love with a shia girl and we both want to marry can anyone tell me how can i marry her what should i do to convince her parents for this marriage note-*i totally believe in islam and not converted just to marry her *
  7. Asalamalekum, 1. In order to remove any doubts that a Marriage Formula (segha) might have been recited incorrectly by the (Wakil) representative. Can i repeat the Marriage Formula (segha) to remove any probable mistakes or any negative doubts in the mind? 2. Is the Divorce necessary to Recite the Marriage Formula (segha) again, or the Marriage formula can be recited again without divorce given to my wife? thanks!
  8. SALAAMAULAYKUM EVERYONE Alhamdolilah My "Disability" is a blessing in disguise. This is one of the most noblest gift I have ever received from Allah, as it helps me to eliminate superficial people around me and has helped me in many other ways like my faith is much more strong than it was before. I have this question in my mind and needed a specific platform and this is the one . I request all my brothers and sisters explain this thing to me--- why people , generally and as well in our Muslim community are superficial when it comes to marrying a disabled person ? I am a mono limb below knee amputee, I use a prosthetic (one of the best in the world and made in germany) and it's hardly discernible while walking in my gait. I live in US, go out on hill trekking, can do skydiving all by myself . I had a strong relationship long ago but she and her parents walked away, though initially the girl was willing to, but you can imagine a situation like when you are offered an iphone 7s then why would you go for a Nokia phone (I apologize for explaining a situation with a slightly blunt example ). There is a famous incident about "Julaybib", one of the companions of our Prophet (Peace be upon him)..People should learn from this incident. And I came to know it's haram in islam to have a boyfriend or girlfriend kind of relationships. But for people like us going for an arrange marraige { you can imagine the situation}. It's like similar to a chimera . Lol, it's not about becoming a fanatic lover and moving on. My disability has evolved me a lot and fostered my faith in a positive way...HOW??...Look Initially when I was with her I used to sing and play guitar and after she left. I left singing and playing guitar and started reading Quran that too with translation, moved towards a state of apotheosis. Look it was good thing for me, not to worry about that. What I am going to ask is completely different . I mean people are like to disabled person saying "Oh, you are a motivation and inspiration for us all " and they often ask " how come you are able keep that smile on your face instead of all these tribulations you are facing in your life ". I feel like saying to them " These things which you are stating as tribulations, trials or ordeals are not something that we should be sad about it all day instead, they are blessing from our God ". {Allah doesn't burden a soul that it can bear - Quran 2:286 }. I mean look how Allah consider an individual person and test him or her with disability. I mean like he considered us to be so strong that he has put us to test throughout our life and still people look down at us when it comes to marriage. Please don't look down towards someone with disability when it comes to marriage. What's the choas all about and why people in our muslim community are like this in this specific situation, when they know everything that people with disabilities are very close to Allah ? Thanks and salamaulaykum once again
  9. SALAAMAULAYKUM EVERYONE Alhamdolilah My "Disability" is a blessing in disguise. This is one of the most noblest gift I have ever received from Allah, as it helps me to eliminate superficial people around me and has helped me in many other ways like my faith is much more strong than it was before. I have this question in my mind and needed a specific platform and this is the one . I request all my brothers and sisters explain this thing to me--- why people , generally and as well in our Muslim community are superficial when it comes to marrying a disabled person ? I am a mono limb below knee amputee, I use a prosthetic (one of the best in the world and made in germany) and it's hardly discernible while walking in my gait. I live in US, go out on hill trekking, can do skydiving all by myself . I had a strong relationship long ago but she and her parents walked away, though initially the girl was willing to, but you can imagine a situation like when you are offered an iphone 7s then why would you go for a Nokia phone (I apologize for explaining a situation with a slightly blunt example ). There is a famous incident about "Julaybib", one of the companions of our Prophet (Peace be upon him)..People should learn from this incident. And I came to know it's haram in islam to have a boyfriend or girlfriend kind of relationships. But for people like us going for an arrange marraige { you can imagine the situation}. It's like similar to a chimera . Lol, it's not about becoming a fanatic lover and moving on. My disability has evolved me a lot and fostered my faith in a positive way...HOW??...Look Initially when I was with her I used to sing and play guitar and after she left. I left singing and playing guitar and started reading Quran that too with translation, moved towards a state of apotheosis. Look it was good thing for me, not to worry about that. What I am going to ask is completely different . I mean people are like to disabled person saying "Oh, you are a motivation and inspiration for us all " and they often ask " how come you are able keep that smile on your face instead of all these tribulations you are facing in your life ". I feel like saying to them " These things which you are stating as tribulations, trials or ordeals are not something that we should be sad about it all day instead, they are blessing from our God ". {Allah doesn't burden a soul that it can bear - Quran 2:286 }. I mean look how Allah consider an individual person and test him or her with disability. I mean like he considered us to be so strong that he has put us to test throughout our life and still people look down at us when it comes to marriage. Please don't look down towards someone with disability when it comes to marriage. What's the choas all about and why people in our muslim community are like this in this specific situation, when they know everything that people with disabilities are very close to Allah ? Thanks and salamaulaykum once again
  10. Salamalekum, I see a lot of people here giving advice to youths, if they are unable to do nikah temporarily or permanent than to do fasting. So i would like to ask those people that are giving such advices to someone to practice fasting in order to control their desires. That have you yourself practice this method, if so for how long. I am not talking about for couple of days, but i want to know if you tried fasting for long periods of time like months and years, until you were able to get married. Therefore, if you have practice this technique, can you please tell me how was your experience and are you still fasting?
  11. Salam-o-alikum Is it permissible to do permanant nikah while the couple is in mutah? For example if the contract stipulates that the marriage will end on January 2017, and you decide to do permanant marriage in November 2016. Does this make the permanant marriage void?
  12. I am 17, and I am pondering my options for marriage for after college..... I worry about my chances with all of them.... girl a) my childhood friend, who is 17, like me (even born on the same day lol) who I last spoke to when I was 10, and last saw when I was 13....I might have ruined my chances by trying to creating an alternate facebook account under a girl's name to find out how she feels about me astagfirullah.....but I deactivated the account and stopped the plan before I could execute it....my father found out about it, and said he would tell the girl's father, which caused an enormous falling out with my father, who already lives 4 hours away....she was the first girl I ever admired, and I share many memories with her...our dads are friends, and we are both connected through the gulen movement....I might see her after college.... girl b) my cousin, who is 15, who I have not seen since I was 14, and I have not spoken to since I was 15.....I might have ruined my chances there, too.....I told her astagfirullah I was in love with her when I was 15 and she was 13.....I never heard from her again.....she even added me on instagram, and then blocked me......I might see her after high school, if I can manage to leave alternative school by the end of the year... girl c) my other childhood friend, who is two years younger but still 14.....I have more recent memories of her....I knew her from when I was 10 to when I was 13...and then she moved....I last saw her when I was 14.....I was friends with her in the 5th grade.....although as I went through puberty I felt more lust for her than love.....our moms are friends, and we are both part of the gulen movement...I might see her after college
  13. Asalamalekum, Can anyone tell me about islamic law regarding Nikaah. A) Is it necessary to get both girls mother and father permission or just father permission is sufficent. B) Does the father needs to be present at the ceremony, or only his authorization is enough. C) Are there any witness required for the nikah. D) What do the boy and girl needs to say in Arabic, in order the nikah to be in order? i do taqleed of Ayatollah Sistani, if this is required! Thank you.
  14. Quick question, sorry for my ignorance: Does the husband - in a permanent marriage - have to be financially independent to where he himself can take care of his wife? Or can his parents continue to support him during the marriage until then? If not then I'm gonna have to wait another 6 years :/ And no, I will never consider Mutah - Please don't advise me to contract a temporary marriage.
  15. If 2 people decide to recite the Nikah and the girl recites it but the guy forgets to say "I accept" but their intentions were to do Nikah. Is this Nikah valid? And if they do the "act" afterwards, would it be Zina?
  16. Salam As you know I am trying to find someone, Inshallah will find someone soon, I have a search party looking out for me :D I want to know what you sisters/brothers think about delaying weddings. I am a student and so I am unable to give a flashy wedding, so I was thinking of asking the girl to do the Nikah and have the wedding later if she wants a flashy wedding I can't yet afford. If not a flashy wedding then a cheap one I can do. Would it be a good idea to ask this? I can imagine a few ways in which this might go wrong.
  17. BismillahirRahmanirRaheem. Salam 'Alaykum. I don't think I've kept track of the number of posts I've read in the last couple of days on the topic of mutah and nikah. I already got the answers to most of my questions, but there's one question that is still nagging me. I follow Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and with regards to him I'd like to know the ruling in the following hypothetical situations. Scenario#1: I like a Sunni girl, who in turn likes me back. Fearing Allah, we decide not to have a haram relationship. I tell her about mutah and manage to convince her using historical sources. She starts believing that it is a legitimate practice in Islam. The catch however is that she is a virgin, and her father--being a Sunni--views mutah as a form of legalized prostitution/fornication. What should we do? Would mutah no longer be an option, or would we be allowed to go through with it despite not having permission? Scenario#2: Same as Scenario#1 except that this time around, the father believes mutah is perfectly halal. However, he refuses to give permission due to unislamic reasons, ie I'm not a doctor, I don't have enough money, not from same ethnic background, etc etc. What is the ruling on the permissibility of mutah in this case? Any links to Fatwas by Ayatollah Khamenei regarding this issue would be highly appreciated. p.s.I am aware of the rulings by Seyyid Sistani, Ayatollah Al Hakim, and Ayatollah Fadhlallah on this issue. Salam.
  18. Nikah Ceremony At Islamic Centre

    Dear brothers/sisters Assalam-o-alaikum. I hope your fasts are going good. The reason of this topic is to seek some information regarding (Holding Nikah ceremony at a shia community centre/imam bargah). I want to have my Nikah ceremony at some shia islamic centre inshALLAH. I wonder if anyone from you can help me in this. I am looking for a centre preferably located within 10 miles of Hendon (NW4). Also please let me know if they would allow us to arrange the catering our self? I will appreciate your help. JazakAllah.
  19. http://muslimmatters.org/2013/09/27/muslim-marriage-crisis/ Once you read the article, I'm sure all of us would be able to relate to one or the other reasons. After the article sinks in, I would also recommend to read through the various comments underneath and enliven your SC experience on topics like these. Major reasons the author (& commentators) suggest of women/men not finding the match are: 1. Cultural baggage, older generation disconnected to the life of Western raised Muslims 2. Greed on one side or the other, mostly on the side of unmarried women or on the side of the men's mother 3. Not crossing the cultural and ethnical boundaries 4. Lack of interest from community elders into matchmaking efforts 5. Bad or half cooked matchmaking programs run by those who are concerned 6. Young women who demand to be married are looked down upon 7. Women's lack of focus on family and homemaking and more on career and education 8. Refusal to accept being a co-wife, stigmatizing men and women in such relationships 9. Dowry (although I thought people were out evolutionized from this) 10. Men marrying outside of the community 11. Men fearful of career accomplished wife; hence having a high profile career a negative point for these young women; high profile career oriented women feeding into the cycle by keeping home and kids as the backseat item.
  20. Salam everyone, long time no post :) Enjoy!! ثقافة الجنس | فيلم وثائقي للبالغين
  21. Salam! Here are the facts : I live in a place where there is not many Shia. The only shia I know who lives in this city is my family. Most people who live in this city are christians and some are sunni muslims (who do not know they are following wahhabism) who are ignorant about the shia and especially temporary marriages. Before becoming serious about achieving nearness with Allah ta'ala, I was a party goer, a constant drinker and I had sex with women I never married. During those days I also learned how to Pick up women, as I was what you call a pick up artist myself, i used to go out everyday talking to random girls, getting their phone numbers, and touching them. The skill of picking up women involves kino, or touching them inorder to escalate the relationship and eventually leading to a full close, or sex. I know that the general consensus amongst our scholars is that men are not allowed to mingle, or interact with women. But my question is that, since this is haraam, how am I supposed to get temporary marriages? Is it allowed to talk to different women with the intention of looking for someone to get married with? What are the do's and don'ts? Am I allowed to touch them lightly? am I allowed to flirt with them? am I allowed to invite them for coffee, lunch or dinner? Next question is since the muslims here are ignorant about the shia and its non-prohibition of temporary marriages, can I temporarily marry christians? If so, how am I supposed to tell them that I want to engage in temporary marriages with them? the requirement of consent from father or grandfather is only for women who are virgin right? so there is no need for this consent when it comes to non-virgin women? what about marrying Christians? is there a need for consent? If so, how do i tell their father or grand father that I want to engage in a temporary marriage with their daughter? (I asked this question because temporary marriage is something bizarre for christians and sunnis, and they might think im weirdo) On these questions above, I want to please get the opinion of the scholars you are following, please no personal opinion.. some other less important question which has been bothering me for some time, which is something I want all your personal opinion about.. There is no question that temporary marriage is allowed. On temporary marriage, why is it allowed? If it is allowed to get married within a time frame, even if it is just one day, is it not a kind of legal prostitution? I want mature and intelligent answers please, brothers, and please forgive me for my ignorance.
  22. Salam brothers and sisters i want to know the views in shia islam on temporary nikah, (NOT mutah), just a nikah whereby two young people can become mahram to each other for the purpose of getting to know one another and being able to go out etc. (this type ok nikah can be from a month to a year maximum then it can be renewed) In sistanis tawzi al masa'il he permits nikah of this kind whereby touching, kissing etc, more or less anything except sexual intercourse. (called nikaye maharamana) What are the opinions of different marja/scholars on this issue, does anybody know and what do you think personally?
  23. Mutah is haraam because they believe Umar has more authority than the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and can delcare what the Prophet (pbuh) said is halal as haraam, but at the same time believe Misyar, which is essentially having a f*** buddy you don't live with and have no financial obliations to, is halal. Go ahead Bakris, try and invent reasons why Misyar is halal but Mutah is haraam.
  24. (bismillah) (salam) Yesterday, I was debating with a friend about the issue of temporary marriage. We managed to get over the point that it is permitted in Islam. However, he raised the issue about the future implications of mut'ah on nikah. He argued that one who engages in mut'ah and in the future marries a different person will have a burden on his back. This burden is put when one has to mention to their partner their past sexual relations and whether or not they are a virgin. Furthermore, this argument implies that one has to confess their past sexual relationships, what is the Islamic standpoint on this issue? If yes, then, will that confession not discourage the partner from getting married due to not being chaste? If no, then, should the person lie and confess that they are a virgin or should they just find another partner that will accept this condition? (wasalam)
  25. What do you think of women asking men for marriage or for a relationship? In a narrated hadith a women approached the Holy prophet and asked him for a spouse? The Holy prophet was pleased with her behavior and said to her; you are truly a free women!!!! How would you view a women asking a brother for marriage or for a relationship??? Does this issue differ from society to society? Why would'nt you feel comfortable in certain societies of pitious women asking for a spouse? Is it driven by religion or social norms? Which is given a proirity here?
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