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Is it alright for a Nikah-ofied couple (only Nikah & no Rukhsati) to go out together sometime?

Sana MAK | 6 years ago

... Like on a dinner... or hang out for a day at each others' places... movie... bla bla...
Would that make people talk and raise eyebrows??

Tags: Marriage  Nikah  Dating 

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Important problem nowadays ..
Nabeha | 6 years ago
hehehe.. its funny, i just realized that nikah is a simple contract and the main requirement is to declare it to everybody that now the two persons are legal to each other.

so i guess its kind of either hypocritical of us or soooo fooolish of us to decree that that sort of stuff aint right after nikah... or probably we dont know what nikah means, coz one, we implicitly(and somewhat explicitly) declare something and then dont follow through with it on purpose :|
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
 

Asked by: Sana MAK | 6 years ago | Answers: 14 | Views: 8992

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Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

Answered by: Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

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Normal nikkah is commonly practiced and accepted while Misyar is controversial even amongst sunnis, not everyone agrees to it as the wife has to give up many rights that Nikah in Islam usually gives her.
Details here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikah_Misyar
Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago
Sorry, was away for a bit :)
Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago
yup.. that was the same source i got me stuff..
the thing that is controversial is the case in which the rights are given up completely.. but if you look closely, what if the rights are given up only temporarily, which is allowed under the shuroot clause (even verbal agreement would do, as is in the case under discussion. Because before rukhsati the husband is not taking care of any financial needs of the wife nor is he permanently living with her)... Its a small difference.. in that case, would it be any different..

a pure classic misyar (the way it is defined and represented in this article) is controversial, and to be frank.. it raises my eyebrows too. perfectly legal but i wont want a lady from my household into it.

lets just say i was comparing the situation at hand with misyar and found it a little modified form of it.

do tell me if i am wrong in that sense.
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rest assured, my ideas and yours on the subject aren't different.. its just some play of words (which includes the word misyar) jumping into it.
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
You've got some points in the first paragraphs :)
I said it was different from the question here because Nikah is believed to mean the normal way in which people get married. Here we know that Rukhsati AFTER Nikkah is a cultural thing BUT the Nikkah might've happened in the normal way, with all the conditions set in Nikah-nama and this would distinguish it from Nikah Misyar.
Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago
thanks for the explanation... I hate words when they are symbols which can be associated with meanings in different ways.. but thats how language goes.
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago

6 votes

Faiq Latifi | 6 years ago

Answered by: Faiq Latifi | 6 years ago

3 votes

Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago

Answered by: Usama Hafeez | 6 years ago

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@"THEIR problem, not yours..."
aur jab apne hi bare log bare bare mote mote eyebrows wale hon :|
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
aur phir woh itna zor laga kar raise bhi karain un ko
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
wheooooh!!! it is a broad class problem then
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
unfortunatley, their problems always end up being your problem.. people never live n let live!!!!!!!
chambeli | 6 years ago

3 votes

Sumi | 6 years ago


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Answered by: Sumi | 6 years ago

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you seem to be enjoying there and that is nice, mashaAllah. you should write a travel blog. I will read it :D and yeah, thx for the crazy bit :)
Sumi | 6 years ago
heheh.. thanks.. i hadnt been travelling for more than a year... it was just a simple outburst... like they say in urdu, kasar puri karna. :D.. but i surely will note down stuff next time :)
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
:) yeah or get a twitter!
Sumi | 6 years ago
you can read them here.. as you might have noticed, i tend to throw in completely random events and relate them to seemingly unrelated discussion. :)
Ali Iqbal | 6 years ago
:)
Sumi | 6 years ago

3 votes

Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

Answered by: Zainab Hussain | 6 years ago

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agreed
adnankhawaja | 6 years ago

2 votes

Khawaja Naveed Haider | 6 years ago


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Answered by: Khawaja Naveed Haider | 6 years ago

1 votes

Nabeha | 6 years ago

Answered by: Nabeha | 6 years ago

1 votes

Aaquib Naved | 6 years ago

Answered by: Aaquib Naved | 6 years ago

1 votes

Awais Amjad | 6 years ago

Answered by: Awais Amjad | 6 years ago

1 votes

Osama Afzal | 6 years ago

Answered by: Osama Afzal | 6 years ago

1 votes

aiRbornE | 3 years ago

Answered by: aiRbornE | 3 years ago

0 votes

chambeli | 6 years ago

Answered by: chambeli | 6 years ago

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Eeman | 6 years ago

Answered by: Eeman | 6 years ago

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Amna Zafar | 6 years ago

Answered by: Amna Zafar | 6 years ago

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