Thu 24 Jm2 1435 - 24 April 2014
 

Waiting Period of Widow or Divorcee


1 She wants to become Muslim but she is in nifaas; how should she work out her ‘iddah?.
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2 Divorce before consummation is final and irrevocable.
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3 Her parents refuse to let her go back to her husband who divorced her by khula’.
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4 Widow observing ‘iddah going out due to necessity.
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5 Woman in ‘iddah moving to another land because she fears for her life.
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6 He took his wife back during her ‘iddah on the basis of a fatwa but she obtained a different fatwa and married someone else.
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7 Woman going out of her house during ‘iddah following husband’s death.
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8 It is not permissible to offer an explicit proposal of marriage to a woman who is observing ‘iddah following the death of her husband or divorce.
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9 The wife’s consent is not a condition of taking her back after divorce.
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10 He was away from his wife for a year, then he divorced her. Does she have to observe the ‘iddah?.
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11 The reason why the ‘iddah of a woman whose husband dies is four months and ten days.
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12 Can she go for Hajj during her ‘iddah following the death of her husband?.
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13 What should the woman who is revocably divorced avoid and what should she avoid if she is irrevocably divorced?.
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14 Ruling on what comes before consummating the marriage with one’s wife; is it haraam to have intercourse after doing the marriage contract?.
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15 Divorce at the time of menses.
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16 Accepting what a woman says about the beginning and end of a period.
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17 Can a woman whose husband has died travel for Hajj during the ‘iddah?.
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18 Woman in ‘iddah moving to her family’s house because she is afraid to stay alone.
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19 She left her husband’s house during the mourning period and went and stayed at her daughter’s house for two weeks.
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20 Things which it is forbidden for a woman to do at the time of mourning.
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