The book takes a detailed look at the cornerstone of society - the relationship between a man and a woman - throughout all the potential phases: the early years of marriage, marriage after children, and marriage after an...
The greatest desire of all young men and women who reach the age of puberty is to marry. Through the establishment of a joint marital life, they would earn more independence, as well as have a...
There is no problem in the marriage between Sayyid girls or women with non-Sayyid Shiite men as it is not necessary for Sayyid girls and women to marry Sayyid men. None of the...
According to a consensus by Shiite and Sunni jurists, if a man has triply divorced his wife, then it will be forbidden for him to marry her again, unless the woman marries another man and...
The Islamic approach concerning marriage and morals differs from what is known about some of the traditional moralizations of a...
The case of Imam Hasan al-Mujtaba (a.s.) having married a large number of women, and also excessively divorcing, is a topic that can be approached from...
Shia Muslims agree that temporary marriage is permissible according to Jafari fiqh, while Sunni Muslims equate temporary marriage with prostitution...
This book outlines general rights of women with special emphasis to marriage. Some of the areas covered are marriage proposal, engagement, temporary marriage, modernity, dowry, inheritance, divorce, and...
Granting men the right of divorce is the most natural and logical way possible because giving it to the couple probably would not end well, for if not coming into an agreement on...
This book, Social Affairs: Brotherhood, Marriage, Community, is a compilation of inspirational lessons in regards to living as part of community. It lays a framework for Islamic teachings on...