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hubbe_hussein110

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  1. Why cry for the sake of crying? You don't have to shed a tear to express grief or mourn for someone. It's not a requirement.
  2. ^^ LOL are you serious? That's a horrible attempt at justifying the fatwa.
  3. It is a non issue imho. Wsalam
  4. You don't have to do any of that to remain friends. If you can't be yourself around your friends then I would question the friendship itself.
  5. So what's preventing someone from creating an account with the opposite gender? You cannot police these things online so there is no use to it.
  6. LOL and how do you expect that to be controlled online?
  7. If that were the case then why would the ruling say the following: 'If, however, a husband divorces his wife before having sexual intercourse with her, there is no waiting period for her and she can marry another man immediately after being divorced' That highlights that the iddah period is directly related to the sexual nature of the relationship. I am no expert in this subject matter, I am basically stating my opinion based on this ruling.
  8. Go to http://najaf.org/english/book/1/. From the left drop down menu select 'Divorce' and the select Khula' Divorce from the right drop down menu. This is based on Ayat. Sistani. Looks like you are right based on the following I found on Ayat. Sistani's website: 2519. A wife who is under nine and who is in her menopause will not be required to observe any waiting period. It means that, even if the husband has had sexual intercourse with her, she can remarry immediately after being divorced. 2520. If a wife who has completed nine years of her age and is not in menopause, is divorced by her husband after sexual intercourse, it is necessary for her to observe the waiting period of divorce. The waiting period of a free woman is that after her husband divorces her during her Pak period, she should wait till she sees Haidh twice and becomes Pak. Thereafter, as soon as she sees Haidh for the third time, her waiting period will be over and she can marry again. If, however, a husband divorces his wife before having sexual intercourse with her, there is no waiting period for her and she can marry another man immediately after being divorced, except if she finds traces of her husband's semen in her private part, then she should observe Iddah.
  9. That's a good point. I was mainly focusing on the point that it provides both the husband and wife a period of 3 months to settle their differences and come back into the marriage without going through any sort of process.
  10. (salam), IMO advising a 15 year old boy to pursue a marriage (be it temporary or permanent) is actually the wrong way to go about things. I know he is baligh and Islamically allowed to contract a nikah but these things come with a heavy responsibility that a 15 year old these days is not ready to take on (no offence intended towards the OP). This decision can actually end up hurting him in many ways and it's definitely not worth it all because he wants to get a release?!! I think the best advice for a young man his age is basically what most of you have mentioned (minus the mutah option) and even then it all comes down to will power and conviction that masturbation is haram in the eyes of Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì.
  11. I think the iddah is mainly for reconciliation purposes because if a girl gets her cycle some time after the divorce has taken place then clearly you know she's not pregnant. Then again some girls are not regular in their cycles...
  12. Her post totally makes sense. I haven't been to Karbala in recent times but based on my other ziyarat experiences I know exactly what she has to deal with every day even though I am a male. Every time I visit such holy cities I find myself feeling distracted and disgusted at the state of our people rather than focusing on the whole spiritual experience of the visit itself.
  13. Agreed with everything you said but strongly disagree with the bolded part.
  14. ^^If you can live like a monk then good for you. Your post doesn't apply to 99.99% of the muslim population specially the part about how 'sex should be just for bearing children, otherwise avoided , it should NEVER be done for pleasure'. Even Islam doesn't teach us that.
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