Salaam Alaykum.. Whenever there is someone's nikkah they mention the (father's name) of the bride or the groom.. So if I adopt a child and raise him well,And kept it as a secret.. In his/her nikkah do we have to mention the actual father's name or my name(the father who raised the child)??
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I have a new born baby boy. My first child I want to give him name Abdur Rahman. But i heard the blessing of giving name "Muhammad" to new born boy. Therefore, I want to give him a name "Muhammad Abdur Rahman". His date of birth is 13-June-2017. Is it a good name? Is there any companion of our holy prophet name as "Muhammad Abdur Rahman"? Please give me an earliest response. Jazakallah.
Assalamucaicom I am a 17 year old Muslim girl. My parents are in their mid 20-30 years. i wanted to know how i should treat them when they are not old. In Islam the Quran tells us how to treat our old parents but what if our parents is young. And also please answer me this. When i was 15 and 14 i had some arguments with my parents. I didn’t scream at them but tried to explain to them that it was not my fault and that i have not disobeyed them. what happen was that, my dad told me to do something. I did.
Does Islam allows to ask an unruly disobedient adult daughter (nearly 25) to leave home at a last resort? Parents are fed up with her un-Islamic, insulting and denigrating behavior. Please respond at your earliest. Thanks. AR
We got four children and we are expecting fifth one. Can we give child to a cousin, who does not have any child?
As a Muslim living in Dar al-Kufr is it permissible to send your children to be educated in the secular public school system?
Assalam o Alaikum Sir Sir I want to know about the details of foster relationship? I mean how many times or how much you have to suckle to establish this relationship? If I have suckled a woman only once then Is she my foster mother or not? Kindly answer in light of references please. Regards.
Slms Some ppl say dat if a baby(Infant) passes away he takes his mother to Jannah is it true?? Wasalaam
My question is short but its regarding my father. He and my mum along with siblings want me to do the alim course. I have told them many times but they always say the same thing. "Try it for a bit and see how it goes". My dad also says that i'll have to go to bording school if I leave alim class. I am studying A-levels. I really cant concentrate. I am a hafiz but they just want me to do more and more. I keep it all in yet I do talk to them but theres no progression.
What do I do?
1) Can a mother give her children her surname and not the fathers surname, even though the parents are married and living together? 2) Are there any specific requirements or rules regarding the surname of the child in Islam? 3) Also, these days its trendy to make up a new name for the child's surname, is this permissible?