Source: Arab News Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh has urged young couples to think twice before rushing into divorce, which, he said, is allowed only after they have exhausted all means of reconciliation. During a TV talk show, he said, “People come to us seeking fatwas … young men hastily utter the divorce word. They […]
My wife is a Muslim, and she fasts [the month of] Ramadhaan, however, she does not pray or do any [other religious] acts [of worship, and neither does she obey me or offer her prayer.
What is the Sunnah when it comes to the wife praying with her husband? Should she stand in line next to her husband, or behind him?
My husband does not pray, and I sometime wake him up for the salaah, but he severely admonishes me, and sometimes he [even] beats me. [So] should I leave him be, or should I [continue to] encourage him to pray, or what should I do with him? Please guide me, and baara-kAllaahu feekum.
If a husband died leaving [behind] his wife, and the wife was unaware [of his death] until after two months [had passed], are these months [which have passed] to be taken into consideration as from the days of the ‘iddah? and when is she required to begin her ‘iddah?
If the wife becomes angry with her husband over a worldly issue, and then stopped talking to him and sitting with him for a certain period amounting to days, then what is the ruling regarding that?