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Question ID  5593  -  Marriage -  2021-11-22 12:30:02
Salam, I live in Canada and I follow ayotallah sistani. I was wondering do we read the same marriage formula and follow the same marriage conditions regardless if we are marrying a shia girl or non-shia girl. Please let me know.
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes, it is always the same marriage formula.
Wassalam.








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Question ID  5581  -  Marriage -  2021-11-05 04:00:02
Salam Alaikum Sayid, I am an independent virgin woman, over the age of 30 and I am living on my own. I met a man and we have spent time getting to know each our and alhamdillah are maintaining Islamic etiquettes and laws. We each live in different cities and as a result we are only available to meet during weekends for a couple of hours (if work permits). We both would like to spend more time with one another, though neither of us can afford spending money on a hotel for the weekend over a continuous period. I wanted to enquire whether it is permissible for me to do a temporary marriage to overcome this obstacle of lodging or would I need to seek permission from my father/grandfather. Our intention is only to get to know one another better and not to engage in anything physical. Wsalam
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb.
Virgin girl needs for her marriage ( permanent or temporary) permission
from her father or paternal grand father.
Wassalam.
Mohammed al-Musawi


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Question ID  5578  -  Marriage -  2021-11-01 02:00:01
There are hadiths in Wasail al-Shia that it is preferable to marry those women have big buttocks. On the basis of that, is it lawful for the suitor (or his mother and sister on his behalf) to ask the woman he is interested in marrying, to wear skirt or jeans (she wears heavy hijab outside home) and take a look at her back to get an idea of the size of her buttocks?
 
Answer:-  Yes it is allowed for his mother of sister or any other trusted female to
see the size of her body.
Wassalam.
 
Question ID  5566  -  Marriage -  2021-10-11 18:30:01
Salam Aleikum Sayyed Mohammed, I needed to talk to someone, so I thought I’d drop you an email for search of advice or words of encouragement. I approached my mother a couple of weeks ago and asked her if she could arrange a meeting between myself and a potential candidate with the intention of marriage. She was slightly reluctant to do this because it goes against all social conventions, especially within the Arab community, for a woman to approach a man. In any case, my mother said that she didn’t mind, but wanted to enquire further about this man before going forward. She had a brief conversation with my sister-in-law (who also happens to be the cousin of this man) and it was conveyed to her that the mother of this man is “cruel” because she “speaks frankly without consideration of other peoples’ feelings”, and “does not have good relations with any of her daughters-in-law”. Furthermore, this man is a divorcee, and has a low education level. After hearing this, my mother said she would not approach this family on my behalf. She also expressed that it was improper for a woman to approach a man, that people would [negatively] talk about my family and myself, and I would be seen in a bad light among the community etc. She concluded the conversation with me by saying that I should wait, that someone [compatible] will come eventually and Allah Kareem. I find this approach (way of thinking) unpragmatic, impractical and nonsensical. If I have learnt anything from the teachings of Ahlulbayt (as), it is that one must endeavour to seek out what they want (whilst also seeking proximity to Allah (swt)), rather than expect it to magically happen. I can accept praying for something and being patient, but it is unreasonable to pray and practice patience without working towards a goal. I feel hurt and sad that my mother put in effort to marry off my brothers, but when it comes to me (her daughter), this effort becomes depleted because society deems it improper for a woman to seek out a man for marriage. I can not even approach my mother in the future if I recognised any other potential male candidate. I must wait to be approached. But she right in one thing, Allah Kareem. Alhamdillah. Wasalam
 
Answer:-  *Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb*
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On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 at 9:30 PM, Najeeba Reply-To: <
wabil1895232@wabil.com> wrote:

> Mr/Mrs Najeeba
> posted a new question on wabil website, the details are below...
> Category : Marriage
> Question : Salam Aleikum Sayyed Mohammed,
>
> I needed to talk to someone, so I thought I=E2=80=99d drop you an email f=
or search
> of advice or words of encouragement.
>
> I approached my mother a couple of weeks ago and asked her if she could
> arrange a meeting between myself and a potential candidate with the
> intention of marriage. She was slightly reluctant to do this because it
> goes against all social conventions, especially within the Arab community=
,
> for a woman to approach a man. In any case, my mother said that she didn=
=E2=80=99t
> mind, but wanted to enquire further about this man before going forward.
> She had a brief conversation with my sister-in-law (who also happens to b=
e
> the cousin of this man) and it was conveyed to her that the mother of thi=
s
> man is =E2=80=9Ccruel=E2=80=9D because she =E2=80=9Cspeaks frankly withou=
t consideration of other
> peoples=E2=80=99 feelings=E2=80=9D, and =E2=80=9Cdoes not have good relat=
ions with any of her
> daughters-in-law=E2=80=9D. Furthermore, this man is a divorcee, and has a=
low
> education level. After hearing this, my mother said she would not approac=
h
> this family on my behalf. She also expressed that it was improper for a
> woman to approach a man, that people would [negatively] talk about my
> family and myself, and I would be seen in a bad light among the community
> etc. She concluded the conversation with me by saying that I should wait,
> that someone [compatible] will come eventually and Allah Kareem.
>
> I find this approach (way of thinking) unpragmatic, impractical and
> nonsensical. If I have learnt anything from the teachings of Ahlulbayt
> (as), it is that one must endeavour to seek out what they want (whilst al=
so
> seeking proximity to Allah (swt)), rather than expect it to magically
> happen. I can accept praying for something and being patient, but it is
> unreasonable to pray and practice patience without working towards a goal=
.
> I feel hurt and sad that my mother put in effort to marry off my brothers=
,
> but when it comes to me (her daughter), this effort becomes depleted
> because society deems it improper for a woman to seek out a man for
> marriage. I can not even approach my mother in the future if I recognised
> any other potential male candidate. I must wait to be approached. But she
> right in one thing, Allah Kareem. Alhamdillah.
>
> Wasalam
>
>
 
Question ID  5550  -  Marriage -  2021-09-24 19:00:02
if the bride who is not aware of the significance of sighah or doesnt know anything about it and only thinks you just need to have a scholar with you at the time of marriage contract but not for anything important has their mother or their fiancé’s maternal grandfather choose a vakil for them is that okay? they didnt like the vakil that was chosen for them and opposed it at first but then didnt pay much attention to it later on and just went with it because they didnt really know what the vakil was for, will their nikkah be valid? I follow sistani
 
Answer:-  Nikah is valid.
Wassalam.





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