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Sheikh Imran Hosein - Strategic Sunnah

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The Sheikh illustrates in a very powerful way how when the Prophet (saaw) was faced with impossible odds against him, he was able to overcome those odds using wisdom from ALLAH. Today Muslims all over the world are faced with impossible odds against us and the Sheikh is showing how Muslims today can also tap into the wisdom and methodology of "Strategic Sunnah" to overcome the impossible odds facing the Ummah. This is definitely one of the most powerful and relevant lectures that Sheikh Imran Hosein has ever given and a MUST listen to by all.

 

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#1 polygamy in islam is sunnahmuslim 2013-01-03 00:40
m sorry to post this here but could not post a question on your website. jazakh Allahu khairan
Assalamualaikum,

Wat i ve copied below is a statement issued by a trial court in India. i request you to please send me what actually is said in the quran about polygamy.... THE CRITERIA FOR A MAN TO TAKE SECOND/THIRD/FORTH WIFE according to the quran and sunnah.

please consider this request and respond asap, so that we can stop this kind of degradation to the community where non muslims give fatwa about what a muslim can do or cannot do... in sha Allah.

jazakh Allahu Khairan
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Quran does not encourage polygamy: Court

NEW DELHI: The Holy Quran permits a Muslim man to marry more than one woman at a time but does not encourage such behaviour, a trial court has observed.

The court made these comments while denying anticipatory bail to a maulvi, who is accused of performing a girl's marriage forcibly with a married man, and added that the Sharia law allows polygamy but only under special circumstances.

"I may observe that even in countries governed by Sharia (Islamic) law, the second marriage is permitted under special circumstances such as an illness of the first wife or her inability to bear children. In these cases, with the first wife's consent, a man may marry again and this is referred to as polygamy, a subset of polygamous marriages. The Holy Quran permits a Muslim man to marry more than one woman at a time (up to a maximum of four), but does not encourage such behaviour," additional sessions judgeKamini Lau said while dismissing the arguments of Maulvi Mustafa Raja of Delhi, who said that as per Sharia law, a man is allowed to keep four wives at a time.

In its order, the court said that the practice of polygamy has been regulated or abolished in many Muslim states/nations and it cannot be encouraged in a liberal democracy like India. "In the secular states of the Muslim world such as Turkey and Tunisia, polygamy is illegal in any form. Even in the nations where it is permitted, polygamy is only practised by a small minority."

The judge also observed that polygamy is permissible in Sharia law "as a part of social duty and charitable motives or when it seeks to prevent destitution."

It said polygamy is only permitted in certain circumstances, including when the husband's death has left his wife with no other means of support.

According to the police, Raja had forcibly got the girl married with accused Nadeem Khan last year without her consent and also in her parents' absence and that the victim was raped by her alleged husband.
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