Category Archives: Women’s Issues

experimenting is fine *between spouses*, breaking your cherished values is not

Q: I just wanted to ask when a man and women are married in islam is it allowed for a husband to experiment with sex on his wife? For example they Continue reading

brown discharge from female

Q: Assalama Alaikoum imam,
So is the brown discharge right before you menses or after your menses still count as your menses? I usually get brown discharge with the red together  but Continue reading

some may say you have gotten played

Q: I have recently got married to someone i have known for 5 years. After being married for 6 weeks i found out that he has a 1 year old child with another Continue reading

Are woman 1/3 of men?

Q: Assalamalaikum Imam, how do you explain to someone the whole concept of Continue reading

The ‘Istikhara was not favourable’ part is your answer

Q: Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

I was introduced to a brother for the purpose of marriage.  We met in the presence of family and both sides were ready to move forward, Alhamduilllah. Continue reading

give her the mehr and then move on

Q: Asalamualakum,

Pl. reply to my question, i ll be thank ful..
in case of divorce bw man and women, is mehar given to wife, in case Continue reading

dad died, does that end my iddah?

Q: My dad died three weeks ao. A week before he died my parents were divorced. My mother was in her iddah when dad died. Now that my dad died Continue reading

bathing matter

Q: Asalam alikum, i am embarrassed to ask this question. i am newly married and my friends to can benefit from it to. If a little bit o seminal discharge after Continue reading

age and children should not ALONE call for a rejection

Q: Hello,

I am muslim lebanese girl of 23 years old, I met a man who is 35 years old, lebanese and muslim. He is divorced and has 2 children (girls of 12 and 7 years Continue reading

‘hair removal’

Q: This is another question about hair removal, please forgive me if it seems trivial. There are procedures for permanent removal of hair. Are these permissible for a woman/men and doing it for husband/wife or is it considered changing Allah’s creation like plastic surgery? Because the hair will never grow back after this type of procedure.
Time: Thursday October 20, 2011 at 2:14 am

A: Woman must have the hair(s) removed by a woman, preferable by a female that is part of the same faith. The one removing such hairs must not view the awrah (that which is private) unless it is the spouse that is removing such unwanted hairs for his/her spouse. Alternatively, the hairs of the awrah can only be removed by a ‘stranger’ under conditions of emergency (surgery, etc.)

One must seek removal of hairs that would not create greater problems such as scaring, burns, and other adverse related affects.

For a man to remove chest hairs, leg hairs etc. would be makrooh.

Allah Certainly Knows Best.