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    this book cite that the qualities of Allah’s Legislation, it preserves justice and gives everyone his right, without any excess or failure. Allah ordained justice, mercy and generosity towards relatives and He also sent the prophets, revealed the Books and carried out everything in this world and in the hereafter with justice. Justice consists in giving to each individual the right and in placing him on the rank he deserves, which can only be obtained by knowing everyone’s rights. That is why we chose to speak about the essential of these rights so that the servant can then put into practice what he will have learnt within the limits of his capabilities. These rights can be resumed as: 1. The rights of Allah 2. The rights of the Prophet() 3. The rights of the parents 4. The rights of the children 5. The rights of relatives 6. The rights of spouses 7. The rights of the governors and the governed 8. The rights of the neighbours 9. The rights of Muslims in general 10. The rights of non-muslims. These are the rights we briefly want to talk about in this work

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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In these two articles, we discuss the prohibited acts during the sexual intercourse. In fact, Islam encourages marriage and prohibits pre-marital and extra-marital relationships.

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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this episode from the Deenshow, Dr. Muhammad Rida Bashir discusses how to have a blissful marriage in Islam through the following points: conflict resolution, avoiding combative communication, alarming statistics of divorce, real issues such as "My wife talks to much," "My husband is never home," "We do not spend any time together," and so on.

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    Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    It is a message to every Muslim to follow the Prophet as an example of what a husband should be. In addition, it explains to the non-Muslims how the prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him treated women.

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    Lectures series in Oromo , the statement rules and principles of married life blessed in Islam .

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    One of the greatest blessings that Allah has blessed mankind with is the blessing of family. If Allah wanted to He could have created mankind to reproduce asexually, but it is of the blessings and miracles of Allah that He created us in pairs of male & female so that we can find comfort and peace in one another. The family is the building block of society but with every blessing comes responsibility & trials and so each spouse needs to work to ensure their marriage is the best marriage! Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his khutbah to the rights & responsibilities of a Muslim couple.

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    This is a questioned answered by the Permanent Committee regarding, I hope that you can explain to me what I have to do, and in the case of divorce, what are my rights?.

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    Author : Aisha Lemu Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Author, a well-known British lady writer tries to make reader aware of the Islamic standard for an ideal wife and to encourage the wife to reach that standard as much as she wishes her husband to reach it as an ideal Muslim husband.

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    Author : Aisha Lemu Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Author, a well-known British lady writer tries to make the reader aware of the Islamic standard for an ideal husband and to encourage the husband to reach that standard as much as he wishes his wife to reach it as an ideal Muslim wife.

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    This is a book in Urdu shows the rights which are called for by nature and approved by Islam.

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    I welcome you to our ‘Like A Garment’ e-book, an initiative that seeks to educate Muslims to find conjugal bliss in their marriages. The initiative is called ‘Like A Garment’, from the famous Quranic phrase of spouses being like garments to one another. The website has two aims: to disseminate information about this topic (which will, Insha Allah, be beneficial to all Muslims, single and married), and to garner, via anonymous questionnaires, the problems and concerns that the Muslims of our times are facing in this area (which will help me better prepare future lectures).

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    Happiness is a feeling that resides in the heart. It is characterized by peace of mind, tranquility, a sense of well-being, and a relaxed disposition. It comes as a result of proper behavior, both inward and outward, and is inspired by strong faith. This is attested to by the Qur’ân and Sunnah. Happy marriages are fundamental to a stable family and for personal well being. This book is specifically written for men so that inshallah they can have successful marriages.

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    An informative guide to marriage and its various rulings.

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Saleh Al-Uthaimeen regarding: "Is it allowed for a married couple to speak through the telephone about sex and to excite each other so much that one of them or both get an orgasm (without their hands, because that is not allowed). This happens because the man is living abroad for work and they see each other only once every four month and they miss each other very much.

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "I divorced my wife irrevocably but I want to take her back. I know that tahleel marriage (i.e., marriage to another man in order to get divorced from him so that she can go back to her first husband) is haraam, and that in order for me to marry her again, she has to marry another person in a genuine marriage, not one that is a trick in order to make it permissible for me to marry her. All of these things will take time. Is there any other, shorter way for me to take her back?"

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "Is it true that when one spouse enters the paradise he or she will take the other spouse into Jannah also?"

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "I have a problem with my husband i.e. I know that I am supposed to go to him when he calls me to his room, even if I’m not in the appropriate mood. I also know that lying is a despicable thing, but pleasing my husband is utmost thing on my mind. So is it wrong of me to fake having a sexual climax with my husband? This is a terrible problem for me, because I don’t want to lie, but it embarrasses my husband if he cannot fulfill my pleasure. This pretending is hard to stop, and also extremely embarrassing for me to admit to my husband. Please help me, and also remember me in your du’aa’!"

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    A question answered by Shaikh Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid regarding: "I have a question that everyone I asked had a different answer for. Does the Muslim have to say anything during the sexual intercourse “nikah”? And does the Muslim “husband and wife” have to pray before the first day of sexual intercourse “nikah”?

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    A fatwa shows the ruling on finding pleasure in one’s wife through talking to her (audio and visual) over the Internet, and the ruling on masturbating during that chat.

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    A concise fatwa of Shaikh Mohammad Salih Al Munajjid who gives some information concerning can a husband refuse to disclose the information of his earnings to his wife and vice versa.

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