My husband wants me to do parda and he says that if I am not willing he even can beat me. Is this right in Islam? Please advise.
I have heard a scholar saying that it is not desirable that a woman should leave her home unless extremely necessity. Under normal circumstances it might sound appropriate but I wish to know does Islam prevent a woman to leave her home on habitual basis? Does the Shari’ah allow a woman who is dressed according to Islamic regulations to leave her home to visit her parents, friends, or to a decent family restaurant? Or it…
I happened to come across the opinion that propounds that head covering for women is not part of the Shariah. I am interested in knowing the reasoning behind.
I am a 37 year old divorced woman and I wear hijab. Can I marry a man who would not like me to do hijab and drinks a glass of wine once a month? He doesn’t get drunk.
Does a woman need an extra sheet or daupatta to cover her chest? Will it be ok if she wears a very loose shirt or puts on a kind of upper garment in which her chest is not visible?
What is the minimum limit of satr in Islam for Muslim men and women?