I live [together] with my father, my mother, my wife and my brothers in one house, and sometimes I bring something specifically for my wife to eat – without my parents knowing [about it]. And privately together, my wife and I eat; so what is the ruling regarding that?
Yahya ibn Waththaab read the entire Qur.aan to ‘Ubayd ibn Nudhaylah – a companion of ‘Alqamah, and with him he memorised an aayah every day.
Is calling the mother by her name considered as [being] disobedient to her? And [what] if I have become used to this, and she is fine with that – so would this be permissible?
A young woman has a friend she has not seen for [a number of] years, and she wants to go and visit her, so is it permissible for her to go without her father’s permission?
Reference: Siyar A’laam an-Nubalaa – Volume 1, Page 443 ‘Abdullaah ibn ‘Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: «Take the Qur.aan from four; from: [‘Abdullaah] ibn Mas’ood, and Ubayy [ibn Ka’b], and Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, and Saalim Mowlaa Abi Hudhayfah»