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05. MAHRAM WA NA MAHRAM RISHTON KI TAFSEEL [Forbidden Relations]

MAHRAM WA NA MAHRAM RISHTON KI TAFSEEL:

 

Nikaah say qabl yeh jaanna zaroori hai kay nikaah kisse karna jaaiz hai aur kis say nahi, kounse rishte mahram hai aur kounse na mahram.

(Surah al-Nisaa: 23)

 

1. Nasbi  Muhrramaat (saat hain):

Maaye, Betiya, Behne, Phoophiyaa, Khaalayei, Bhateeji aur Bhaanji.

 

2. Rizai Muhrramaat (saat hain):

Rizayi maaye, Rizayi betiya, Rizayi behne, Rizayi Phoophiyaa, Rizayi Khaalaye, Rizayi Bhateejiya, Rizayi Bhaanjiya.

 

3. Susraali Muhrramaat (chaar hai):

Saas, Bahu, Baap ki biwi aur Rabeebah (sauteli betiya).

 

4) Li’aan:

Jis mard ya aurat kay  saath aik baar li’aan ho jaaye.

 (Abu Dawood: 2250)

 

  • Muaqqati Mahramaat

 

1. Do behano ko baik waqt nikaah may rakhna.

(Surah al-Nisaa: 23)

 

2. Biwi kay saath uski phoophi ya  khaala ko baek waqt nikaah may rakhna.

(Bukhari: 5108)

 

3. Mankooha (jo kisi aur kay nikaah may ho).

(Surah al-Nisaa:24)

 

4. Teen martaba talaaq shuda biwi jab tak sharai taur par halal na hojaye.

(Surah al-Baqarah: 230)

 

Note: Aik majlis may baik waqt teen talaaq dena Islaami tareekhe say haraam hai,haraa haraam hai, haraam hai.

 

5. Ghair muslim mard ya ghair  kitaabiyah aurat say nikaah.

(Surah al-Baqarah: 221)

 

6. Baek waqt chaar say zyada biwiyan (ummati kay liye)

(Surah al-Nisaa: 3)

 

7. Ahraam ki haalat may nikaah.

(Muslim: 1409)

 

8. Badkaar (zani) jab tak tawbah na karle.

(Surah al-Noor: 3)

 

REFERNCE:
BOOK: “NIKAH SE MUTALIQ AHEM MALOOMAT”
BY: SHEIKH ARSHAD BASHEER UMARI MADANI
Haalat E Ehraam Mein Nikah Ka Hukm | Islam Ka Khandaani Nizaam Ep 06 | Shaikh Alimuddin Madani

Forbidden Permanently

1. Blood Relations:

Mothers, Sisters, Daughters, Paternal Aunts, Maternal Aunts, and Nieces.

 
2. Foster Relations:

Foster Mothers, Foster Sisters, Foster Daughters, Foster Paternal Aunts, Foster Maternal Aunts, and Foster Nieces.

 
3. In-Laws Relations:

Mother-in laws, Daughter-in laws, Wife of the Father and Rabibah (step daughter).

4. The one who has gone through Li’aan (cursed).

 (Abu Dawood: 2250)

Forbidden Relations for Time Being :

1. Marrying two sisters at once.

(Surah al-Nisaa: 23)

2. Marrying a girl along with her maternal or paternal aunt.

(Bukhari: 5108)

3. Marrying a girl who is already in (Wedlock) someone’s marriage.

(Surah al-Nisaa:24)

4. A woman who was divorced thrice (in an Islamic manner) until she is legitimately allowed to remarry.

(Surah al-Baqarah: 230)

Note: It’s forbidden, forbidden, forbidden in the Islamic Shari’ah to divorce a woman thrice in a single gathering in one waiting period.

5. Marrying a non-Muslim man (or) a woman (who is not from the people of the book).

(Surah al-Baqarah: 221)

6. Marrying more than four wives at once.

(Surah al-Nisaa: 03)

7. Marrying in a state of Ihram.

(Muslim: 1409)

8. Prostitute as long as she doesn’t repent.

(Surah al-Noor: 03)

 
REFERENCE:
BOOK: “CRUCIAL INFORMATION RELATED TO NIKAH”
BY: SHEIKH ARSHAD BASHEER UMARI MADANI
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