Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Q&A The Muslim Home [Part1]


The Muslim Home [Part1]

Question 1: How would a brother know if his wife to be can bear children?
Answer 1:
It is said that the way to know this is by looking at her mother. If she bears children then most likely she will too insha’Allah.

Question 2: Asalaamu Alaium. What’s the option for a Muslim if his wife, happens to be barren and that she can’t get pregnant?
Answer 2:
You keep her as a wife and you marry a second wife. Some people may want to adopt. It is better to have kids of your own. They can pray for you when you’re inside of the grave.

The Prophet (saw) said: "When a person dies, all his deeds come to an end except three: Sadaqah Jaariyah (ongoing charity, e.g. a Waqf or endowment), beneficial knowledge (which he has left behind), or a righteous child who will pray for him." (reported by al-tirmidhi, no 1376; he said this is a Saheeh hasan hadeeth)

Question 3: Is long distance marriage allowed in Islam?
Answer 3:
These marriages are for men that are impotent. The purpose of a marriage is to have s-x.

Question 4: In light of the hadith about the Dayyouth do we those who try to follow Ahlus Sunnah consider the Dayyouth to be a kaafir?
Answer 4:
The Dayyouth is perverted because he doesn’t care if his wife is having an affair. A Dayyouth becomes a kaffir if he makes it halal for his wife to have an affair. Other than that he is not a kaffir but he is a weak person.

Verily, we created man of the best stature (mould), (at-tin 95:4)
Then we reduced him to the lowest of the low (at-tin 95:5)