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Question ID  2063  -  Family issues
Salamun Alaykom, On a recent trip abroad I experienced something unusual. I met a married couple that were unable to have children. The husband asked his married brother to have a child with his own wife and they adopted that child. Is this allowed, if so, what are the conditions? WasSalam
 
Answer:-  How can a man have a child with a woman who is not his wife? That is a
major sin of fornication.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  2043  -  Family issues
Dear brother Asalam-Alaykum, in confidence and no matter what you tell me Insha-Allah it will be confidential, please reply with Istikhara result, my sister in milton keynes syeda farkhanda jabeen and her mum name is qamar nisa, syeda farkhanda jabeen is married wphth children, last 1 year she not respecting husband, shouting at children and goes to work outside , need to know if she commiting zinah and maybe has somebody outsie what she is doing outside and in private? please reply so i can save my sister marriage even if she is doing something. Jazak- Allah reply asap
 
Answer:-  Istikhara means seeking guidance to do or not to do something. It is not
for guessing the behaviour of people or to guess what will happen.
If you need real istikhara, you may write again.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  2041  -  Family issues
my brother is torturing not only me but all the family members..my father died 5 years ago..we dont understand either he is doing all this intentionally or is he a psychiatric patient...what should i do
 
Answer:-  The elders in the family or the community may talk to him politely.
Wassalam

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Question ID  2028  -  Family issues
Slam mjhay pls btai k biwi pay ye farz ha k wo apnay husband k ghr walo ki dakhbal kray unka khayal kray khidmatay kray.aqa seestani ki taqlid may hy men to unki nzar may kya ha plz mjhay btai.shykria.
 
Answer:-  Wife is required to look after her husband and she is not required to look
after his parents, although if she looks after them she will get reward and
pleasing her husband is a great reward.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  2025  -  Family issues
Salam, A Syed and a non Syed can be equal in piety, submission to the Will of Allah, wealth, health and everything else, except lineage. Does this mean Syeds and non Syeds are not equal as Syeds are from the lineage of the Prophet(SAW) and Ahlulbayt(AS)? And Allah blessed the Prophet(SAW) with descendants, so does this show that it is better to be a Syed if you have everything else the same as a non Syed? In terms of lineage, Syeds are a blessing and divine gift to the Prophet(SAW), Imam Ali(AS), Hazrat Fatima(SA) and non Syeds are not. Does this mean that Syeds and non Syeds are not equal; as in terms of lineage, Syeds are a blessing of/to the Prophet(SAW), Imam Ali(AS) and Hazrat Fatima(SA), whilst non Syeds are not?
 
Answer:-  To be a Sayyed is not only a blessing but also a responsibility to follow
the teachings of the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS). Taqwa is the main
criteria in front of Allah (SWT) and non pious persons are bad even if they
were prophet's children like son of prophet Noah (AS) . We must always
focus on our faith and deeds and not on lineage because lineage will not
help those who are not pious.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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