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Marriage is (literally) good for the heart: study

Even if marriage is sometimes more a bed of nails than roses, living into old age with a partner may help ward off heart disease and stroke, researchers said Tuesday.
 
A sweeping survey of research conducted over the last two decades covering more than two million people aged 42 to 77 found that being hitched significantly reduced the risk of both maladies, they reported in the medical journal Heart.
 
 

Russian parliament rejects cohabitation bill

State Duma representatives have rejected a proposal to legally equate five years of cohabitation with registered marriage, citing technical problems with the draft legislation as the reason for the rejection. 
 
“The proposed characteristics of the de-facto marriage relations are vague and it is not clear from the text of the draft who should decide on the moment when such relations start and how they will do it,” reads an assessment of the bill, released by a lower house committee.
 
 

Can the Man Demand More or Less than the Mahr in Khula?

Source : Shafii fiqh / 22 Apr 2014

Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatuLlah wa barakatuHu,

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

All praise is due to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. Prayers and salutations are upon our master Muhammad, upon his people, and all his companions.

 

Marrying One With Who Suckled Less than Five Times?

Source : Shafiifiqh.com / 09 Nov 2013

Question:

 Assalam o Alicum, I would like to ask the imam sahib a question about the rule of breastfeeding which makes a person a mehram. My first cousin and I would like to get married but the issue is that he was breastfed by my mother, who is his aunt. I have read numerous views on this issue. Some scholars believe that one suckling is enough to make a person mehram and others believe that the suckling or breastfeeding session should be five or more times within the first two years of a childs life to make him a mehram. Since he was only fed once by my mother, can we get married? I would truly appreciate if you can share your findings with me on this issue. 

 

Family issues

Source : Ali-gomaa.com / 22 Aug 2013

Question:

I live in France and I want to marry a good Muslim girl but the problem is that I was in a relationship with her mother for a long time. So am I allowed to marry the girl?

 

Family issues

Source : Ali-gomaa.com / 19 Aug 2013

Question:

I live in France and I want to marry a good Muslim girl but the problem is that I was in a relationship with her mother for a long time. So am I allowed to marry the girl?

 

Does Islam give a father the right to force his daughter to marry?

By Ali-Gomaa.com / 30 May 2013

Question:

 Does Islam give a father the right to force his daughter to marry someone that she doesn’t want to marry? Can a woman end a marriage in Islam or is that solely the right of the man?

Answer:

 

Importance of Marriage in Islam

By Prof. Abdur Rahman / 14 Mar 2013

Allah has created men and women as company for one another, and so that they can procreate and live in peace and tranquility according to the commandments of Allah and the directions of His Messenger. The Quran says:

"And among His signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your hearts. Undoubtedly in these are signs for those who reflect."[Noble Quran 30:21]

 

Youthful marriage: Impractical ideal, or a viable option?

By Zainab Bint Younus / 20 Feb 2013

Surrounded by a global culture of hypersexuality, Muslim parents and youth share one similar concern: marriage. When to prepare for marriage, after post-secondary education or before? How to find suitable marriage partners?

Many Muslim parents still prefer the more recent tradition when it comes to marriage: waiting for young men to finish their university educations and begin successful, financially rewarding careers; and then searching for partners within a select pool and with an even more select criteria.

 

Breakthrough: Saudi women can pass on citizenship to their children

By Al Arabiya / 18 Feb 2013

The Saudi Ministry of Labor and the Passport General Department announced granting Saudi citizenship to children of Saudi women married to foreign men following a new decree, a local newspaper reported Saturday.

The new decree stipulates that the state will pay for the residence fees of children who are half Saudis but from foreign fathers and will allow them to work in Saudi private sector companies, Al-Riyadh newspaper reported.

 
 

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