The difference between divorce in a minor sense and divorce in a major sense, and the ruling on a woman who is revocably divorced going out of the house during her ‘iddah
Is a man required to formally mourn his wife?
Where should a woman whose husband has died observe her ‘iddah, when he had done the marriage contract with her but had not consummated the marriage yet?
How should a woman who is working observe ‘iddah?
Is it permissible for a woman who is in mourning to remove hair from her body?
Can a woman who is in ‘iddah following her husband’s death attend her daughter’s wedding?
Spouses may inherit from one another as soon as the marriage contract is done, and there is no stipulation that the marriage be consummated
Mourning for the husband, and what is required during this period according to the four madhhabs
He wants to marry a non-Muslim woman who became Muslim, but her husband has not divorced her
Is it permissible for a woman who is observing ‘iddah following her husband’s death to attend the Eid prayer?
She did not observe ‘iddah following her husband’s death because she thought that ‘iddah was only required for a woman whose marriage had been consummated
When does the ‘iddah in the case of revocable divorce end? Is it when the menstrual bleeding ceases and the woman sees the tuhr (white discharge signalling the end of menses), or is it essential for her to do ghusl?
The revocably-divorced woman should not observe ‘iddah in her family’s house except in cases of necessity
She got divorced when she was pregnant, then she miscarried, but there were no human features in the embryo; she thought that her ‘iddah was over at that point, then she got married
She wants to become Muslim but she is in nifaas; how should she work out her ‘iddah?
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