“I am a housewife, and don’t [go out to] work. And most of my time is spent with my children, looking after them, and at the service of my husband. And [whilst] I am in the kitchen, I listen to the [recitation of the] Qur.aan; so am I rewarded for [any of] that?”
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My husband does not pray, and every time I advise him [about it], he says “in shaa.-Allaah I will pray”.
He asks about the ruling regarding shaking hands with women, and whether it is prohibited, and whether shaking their hands nullifies the wudhoo?
If, for example, the young lady has had surgery on her stomach, and the operation required an incision be made and then sewn up, and this was a very small procedure when she was giving birth – or after that by afew months, then are her family required to inform the one who has come to see her for marriage about this surgery, which has left a scar? And is this his legal right [to know] or not?