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Crescent Moon

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  1. No one has an answer or link to this matter....anyone?? even if its info on iddah in nikah, I believe the question is still applicable. :unsure:
  2. Asallamu Alaikum, I have a question that needs to be answered pertaining to a women's iddah,specifically in a mutah. if a women and a man were to end their mutah and they break up wihin a week or two before her next period. when her period finally comes does she count that one towards her iddah? or is the following period counted as the start of her iddah?can someone please give me the proper formula for this, it will be very helpful. :) thanks
  3. Thank you sister...I heard or remembered that being in seestani's rasalah. i agree that it should'nt be necessary and if that helps to put it in you contract then thats great too. but unfortunately alot of muslim men continue to do it anyway. :(
  4. i was just asking.... it's not for me,im a sister. but some brother's i know debated about the topic before. so does anyone have any strong hadiths or laws that can determine the answer to my questions.
  5. Asalaamu Alaikum, I was just wondering if it is wajib or highly recommended for a man to ask his nikah wife's permission to marry a non muslim woman in polygamy using mutah? and what is the ruling on asking your wife about marrying a muslim woman in polygamy through mutah?
  6. Asalaamu Alaikum, I was just wondering if it is wajib or highly recommended for a man to ask his nikah wife's permission to have a mutah with a non muslim woman? and what is the ruling on asking a muslim woman?
  7. Asalaamu alaikum, This is one of the most touching poems i have read in such along time....thank you for sharing it with all of us. may we all think about the underlying message he is trying to relay to us in his poem inshallah. alhumdulilah!!! please continue to share your poems with us as often as possible :)
  8. I was born muslim and alot of people i grew up around were too. we would joke about how different our life would be without islam and how we would be. so i thought why not see if anyone born muslim thought the same thing. so give your honest thoughts. thanks
  9. True!! let him be your campaign leader!! as long as he supports you it's all good!! :Hijabi: @) Victory to the muslims!!!! :D
  10. :) LET'S START A CAMPAIGN FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS!!! WHO'S WITH ME!!!! :D
  11. blessed flower you and i think alike! you go girl!! men have to realize that not only do we have to endure the criticism of the unbelievers for being who we are, but we have to endure childbirth,menstruation, crying kids, a load of housework and some husbands expect us to shut up and do as we are told. when this is not even something we have to do and yet we are labeled "bad" for asking for their assistance!!! do they realize how tyrant that really is!!! that's why some wives secretly resent those type of husbands and the divorce rate is up. APPRECIATE YOUR WOMAN AS YOU WANT HER TO APPRECIAT
  12. the last time I checked most of the time it's the man that always feel they need a break/rest after work but feel that we are "super woman" and want us to tend to them like a mother does her child. believe me many wives have said this. again there is nothing wrong with catering to your man but he should cater to your needs to. and "just working" is not a form of that because it's their duty before Allah. catering to a need of a spouse is doing something you know you don't have to do, but you do it out of love and respect for them!!! that's the difference!!
  13. I definitely see where your coming from, but i'm not saying a wife should not do those things. I'm saying why do some men believe she should do it all by herself without help. if some woman can help their husband by working a job so there will be extra income, then why can't a man do the same in the household. this goes for the homemakers out there too, the fact that she spends all day in the house doing chores and tending to their kids which is a job in itself, why does he deserve a break when his job ends but being a mother is a 24/7 duty. doesnt she deserve a break and help? also Allah ga
  14. Asalaamu Alaikum, I have talked to many brothers who say that a "good wife" in their eyes is a woman that cooks, cleans, takes care of the kids, whether she is working or not and tends to their sexual "needs". but these same brothers go to work but do not help with the housework or children but feel they are good husbands because they work. but according to Ayatullah Sistani it is not wajib for a woman to perform any housework but wajib on a man to work. so my question is why is a woman labeled a "bad wife" if she doesn't feel she should always do all the housework/raise kids by herself, wh
  15. Asalaamu Alaikum, I had a debate with another muslim sister about whether or not we can vote for presidents, mayors,etc. I was supporting the right to vote, but I want to make sure if I was correct. does anyone know if there are any substantial laws or solid hadiths in islam against voting? please provide me with some references if possible.
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