Identity Of An Adopted Child

I adopted a child of my wife's brother. I came to Saudi Arabia as an employee with my wife and my adopted child. For this purpose I marked the passport of my adopted child on my name. I admitted my adopted child in a school where all documentation completed with my name. In Pakistan I admitted my adopted child in a school with his real father name. I have completed child adoption process legally by family court in Pakistan. I have complete legal documentation but for going to Saudi Arabia they didn't accept. All my relatives know this my son is a adopted. My question is can I live with my adopted child in Saudi Arabia with my name or send him to back to Pakistan with my wife. So please give me complete guidance in the light of the Qura'n and Sunnah.

Answer:

I believe that since you have no intention to conceal the reality and have done your best in revealing the true parents of the boy you have adopted in Pakistan and since you have been forced to register him in your name by the country of your residence you are not committing a willful sin. If you have been forced by circumstances to adopt this act unwillingly you are not incurring a sin. God Almighty…

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Status Of Magic And Meaning Of The Expression “What Your Right Hands Possess”

I know prostitution is a sin but can you please tell me then what does it mean by "Whom your right hand possess?"

Secondly, what is wedlock? It’s an understanding or a contract between a male and female.
My previous question was:
Is magic possible? If yes then how to get out of it?
With my humble understanding of Qur’an, it is not possible to do magic. But history (Hadith) tells you that it is possible. So should I follow history or Qur’an?

Answer:

"Whom your right hand posses" refers to slaves. The concept of adultery is totally different from the concept of sex with slaves. The foundation of the first is simply and only to satisfy lust. This is not true for either sex in marriage or (the no longer relevant practice of) sex with slaves.

Wedlock is a contract that is resulted from mutual understanding and agreement of the husband and the wife.
Magic is…

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