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Marriage (Nikah)

In the Islamic Law, marriage is an ‘aqd, a contract. Mohammed bin Ziyad narrates from Hussain bin Zaid, who heard from Imam Jafar-e-Sadiqas that relationship with women is permissible under three conditions, a lady to whom ‘Nikah’ is performed (permanent marriage) and she will get share in inheritance, the second type who comes under temporary […]

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    In the Islamic Law, marriage is an ‘aqd, a contract. Mohammed bin Ziyad narrates from Hussain bin Zaid, who heard from Imam Jafar-e-Sadiqas that relationship with women is permissible under three conditions, a lady to whom ‘Nikah’ is performed (permanent marriage) and she will get share in inheritance, the second type who comes under temporary ‘Nikah’ (mutah) but will not have share in inheritance and the third kind which is bought (as a slave girl).1 We will cover the first two types, as the third one is not in practice in our time.

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