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?
A man approached me to seek my daughter’s hand in marriage, and later it became apparent to me that he does not pray, so what should I do?
When the wife of a man dies and he [then] wants to get married to the sister [of the deceased wife], does he have to wait [for the passing of] the ‘iddah of the [deceased] woman?
I am a practising young Muslim man, al-Hamdu-Lillaah, and I want to marry a [particular] practising young woman. However, there is a problem in her home, and that is, her father works for one of the ribaa-based banks.
Is it permissible for a man to look at other than the face and hands of the woman he wishes to propose to, such as looking at her hair and her neck?
And if the towbah is to be carried out via the prescribed penalty, then we are in a country where such penalties are not carried out so what is the solution to this issue?