if aperson can not make ADAL betwean two wives should he divorce one of them or carry on...........
Dear scholars, as-salamu `alaykum wa ramatullahi wa barakatuh. I would be very glad if you kindly respond to this sensitive issue: It relates to the ongoing accusati ons levied by the west against Islam and the Shari`ah. In western modern culture Islam is presented as a particularly violent and cruel religion, its law is termed as barbaric. That’s why we hear many uproars being stirred nowadays by the western media against Islam. I would like you scholars to enlighten us on the significance of Islamic criminal justice, especially the aspect of punishment.
My husband was away on business for five months and after he came back he told me that he’d like to marry a second wife. Hearing him I was upset when I know that his would-be se cond wife lives in Morocco and I am in UK. How can he divide the days equally if he spends more time in Morocco than here in the UK. How can he give us equal treatment? Please reply as soon as possible.
As-Salamu `alaykum! I have a Christian friend who asked me why punishment in Islam like stoning to death, cutting the hand off, etc., is so cruel and inhumane? I said that it is better to be punished in this world than be tormented in the Hereafter. I need more explanation from you. Jazakum Allahu Khayrun.