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Imam Ja’far ibne Muhammad as-Sadiq (peace be upon him) has said that: “Reciting the Qur’an from the pages of the Qur’an (meaning to look at it and recite it - not from memory) lightens the punishment of one’s mother and father, even if they are both disbelievers.” Usulul Kafi, Volume 2, Page 613
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Q: Is it permissible for a woman to be an elegy reciter in commemorative gatherings if she knows that men, who are non-maḥram to her, would hear her voice?

Is it true Quran has allowed punishing a woman physically if she does not fulfill conjugal rights?


In recent years on the night before the start of Rabi-ul-Awwal some sort of actions which can be prescribed as superstitions are spreading. From midnight to the time of morning Azan, some people who are mainly women lit candles behind the doors of the Mosques and bang on Mosque doors whilst asking for their prayer to be answered. This action is carried out outside 7 Mosques and it is believed by those who carry out these acts, signaling the end of the month of Safar and coming of the month of Rabi-ul-Awwal. What is your opinion regarding this matter?


Is it permissible for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman who is still married to a non-Muslim man? Is there an ‘idda period for her when she separates from her non-Muslim husband? What is the period of that ‘idda? Is it permissible to have sexual relations with her during the time when she is in the ‘idda from her non-Muslim husband? If she embraces Islam, how long will her ‘idda be, if she intends to marry a Muslim man?



Is it obligatory to inform the man who wants to marry a woman from the Ahlul Kitab or a Muslim woman that she has not yet observed the waiting period (‘idda) of a divorce of a previous marriage, or that she is still in the ‘idda [during which marriage is forbidden for her]?

  

A Muslim man who is married to a Muslim woman migrated from his country. After a longthy stay in the West country, he wants to embark on temporary marriage with a woman from Ahlul Kitab just a few days after divorcing his Muslim wife. Is this permissible for him, espeually when his Muslim wife is still in her waiting period (al-‘idda)?




Missionaries leave for rural districts to propagate message of Ashura

 

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