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Waiting Period of Widow or Divorcee
13966 - Things which it is forbidden for a woman to do at the time of mourning
109195 - Does he have to leave his wife if she does not become Muslim?
21398 - ‘Iddah of a woman who did not know that her husband has died
14569 - The ‘iddah of a woman divorced by khula’ and her going back to her husband
5163 - Does ‘iddah apply in the case of khula’?
108229 - Can a woman who is observing ‘iddah following the death of her husband go out to pray Taraweeh and go to work?
127962 - When does the ‘iddah begin for a woman whose husband went missing then was found dead?
128534 - Woman in ‘iddah following the death of her husband going out to visit her children
128010 - Woman who is in ‘iddah following the death of her husband going out to the market place and attending gatherings for seeking knowledge
118175 - How to work out the months for ‘iddah following death or divorce, or fasting for expiation
125813 - Where should the woman who has been thrice divorced spend her ‘iddah?
99597 - Divorce before consummation is final and irrevocable
41610 - Can she go for Hajj during her ‘iddah following the death of her husband?
106437 - Her parents refuse to let her go back to her husband who divorced her by khula’
101546 - Widow observing ‘iddah going out due to necessity
98193 - Woman in ‘iddah moving to another land because she fears for her life
95500 - He took his wife back during her ‘iddah on the basis of a fatwa but she obtained a different fatwa and married someone else
95297 - Woman going out of her house during ‘iddah following husband’s death
89582 - 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
75027 - The wife’s consent is not a condition of taking her back after divorce
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