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Those with whom marriage is forbidden by Islam | Islamic Girls Guide

Those with whom marriage is forbidden by Islam


Biological needs such as food, clothing, shelter, education, and treatment are also important in human life. Islam has provided marriage to meet this demand. Allah Almighty created the first man Adam (peace be upon him) with his own hands. He created Hawa (AS) for the next generation and arranged marriage with Adam (AS).

With the change in the human way of life, the rules of marriage have also changed. Finally, the last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) removed all the prejudices of the age of ignorance and gave dignity to women through marriage. However, Islam did not allow all types of women to marry. There are 14 types of women whose marriage has been declared forbidden in Islam.

And so before you get married, you need to know, what is your relationship with the person you are marrying? Is there any hereditary, marital, or breastfeeding relationship with the couple? Due to lack of proper knowledge about marriage, 'brothers and sisters did not stop in extramarital affairs, this time they got married', this is the news of the marriage of two children of the same father. In the light of Islam, this marriage is clearly forbidden.

Allaah has clearly stated in the Qur'an al-Karim about those who are forbidden to marry. In recent times, the trend of illegal marriages has been increasing in the form of epidemics. In addition to siblings, there have been cases of adultery and runaway marriages with the wife's sister, marriages with other people's legitimate wives, marriages with one's aunt, marriages with one's sister's daughter. These marriages are also forbidden in Islam. The list of those who cannot be married includes 14 names in the Qur'an.

Allaah says in the Holy Qur'an,

 ‘Forbidden to you are your mothers, your daughters, your sisters, your aunts, your aunts, your nieces; Sisters are your mothers who have breastfed you, your sisters, the mothers of your wives, the daughters of the wives you have had intercourse with. If you do not have intercourse with them, then there is no sin on you in this marriage. To marry the wives and two sisters of your sons together, But that has become a thing of the past. Surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. '(Surah An-Nisa', verse 23).

Therefore, the details of those who are forbidden to marry on the basis of heredity, marriage, or breastfeeding is given:

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
1) Your mother.
2) Your daughter.
3) Your sister.
4) Your uncle.
5) Your aunt.
6) Brother's daughter.
6) Sister's daughter.
7) Your mother made you drink milk from her breast.
9) Your breast-sister (breast milk-drinking mother's daughter).
10. The mother-in-law of your wives.
11) Those with whom you have had intercourse; She is the daughter of all the wives who are in your care.
(If you do not have sexual intercourse with the mother of the child you are raising, then there is no sin on you in this marriage.
12) Wives of your own sons (daughter-in-law).
13) Marrying two sisters together.
But that has become the past. GOD is Forgiver, Most Merciful
14. It is haraam to marry another's lawful wife. Besides, it is halal to marry all other women. (See: Surah: Nisa, verses 23-24)

Let's not know the marriages that is illegal and illegal in the Islamic context in recent times:-

It is now illegal for a wife to marry her sister-in-law:
It is completely haram for a woman to marry her sister while she is married to someone. It is lawful for a woman to marry her sister after the end of the waiting period or after the death of her sister. (Hindi: 1/277)

Provision of the marriage of twin sisters who are attached to each other:

Just as it is not possible for one person to marry two sisters together if twin sisters are born, it is not possible for two sisters to marry two people. Even if only one sister is married to a man, it will not be possible to have a family with her by protecting the rules of the screen. So the only solution to this problem would be to try to separate the two sisters through surgery, which is possible even if it is expensive in the present era. Then marry the two sisters to two different people. And if separation is not possible in any way, they have no choice but to have a virgin. (Badayous Sanaye: 2/262; Imdadul Fatawa: 2/239)

It is legal to marry a cousin's daughter:

It is haraam to marry one's brother or sister's daughter. However, cousins, uncles, aunts, cousins, and sisters are not included in Muharram, so it will be permissible for them to get married. (Binaya: 4/508)

It is haraam to marry a sister and her daughter:

In light of Sharia, it is completely haram and forbidden to marry a sister. It is haraam to marry the daughter of a sibling about the lineage, just as it is haraam to marry the daughter of a sister. (Bukhari, Hadith: 2645; Badayous Sanaye: 4/2)

If an adult husband drinks his wife's milk, the wife will not be haram:

Drinking the milk of an adult husband's own wife is forbidden and abominable in Shariah. However, this will not sever the marital relationship. In order to increase the arousal during sexual intercourse, the wife's breasts can be taken in the mouth, but care must be taken that the milk does not enter. (Addurrul Mukhtar: 3/225)

Refrigerated milk collected from multiple women:

If a child drinks the milk of a woman or more than two women at the age of two years, then that child is considered as the milk child of that woman or women. But the condition for this is to keep the milk unchanged. (Badayous Sanaye: 4/9)

Shariah provisions of Dudhbank:


In western countries, women's milk is stored and used as needed. In the eyes of the Shariah, the protection of the family is very important. And because of such a milk bank, there is confusion and suspicion about kinship. Therefore, it is not legal to breastfeed by adopting this method.

There is no need for this. If one does not have a mother, one can take milk from one's relatives and neighbors. However, if you drink milk from the milk bank, if it is possible to know the milk of someone, you will be punished. (Kararatu Majmail Fiqhil Islami, pages 2, 3)

It is legal to marry a foster daughter:

If one's adopted daughter does not drink the milk of that person's wife or a mahram within two years of age, then marriage with that person is permissible. In this case, it is also obligatory to make a curtain. (Surah: Ahzab, verse 33; Fatawa Darul Uloom Deoband: 7/244)

Touching and looking at the daughter-in-law with lust:

It is a grave sin and haram for a father-in-law to look down on his daughter-in-law. If the daughter-in-law touches the daughter-in-law with her naked body or on a thin cloth, then the daughter-in-law will be haram for the boy immediately.

The condition, however, is that the matter of touch must be proved by a confession or witness or the boy must assume that the claimant is true in a strong sense. In this case, both must be separated. (Badayous Sanaye: 2/260, Raddul Muhtar 3/33)

In-laws see or touch each other with love:

It is a sin to look at the external limbs with lust, but it is not considered as 'Hurmate Musaharat'. Rather, it is haraam to touch any part of the body openly, that is, the wife becomes haraam forever. (Musannafe Abdur Razzak, Hadith: 10832)

It is also haraam to marry the daughter of an illegitimate bedfellow:

It is also illegal to marry the daughter of someone with whom you have had illicit sexual relations. Because now his daughter has a relationship with that girl. (Badayous Sanaye: 2/260)

Marrying someone else without getting a divorce:

No marriage other than the divorce of the previous husband is acceptable in the eyes of Shariah. That marriage will be considered void. Similarly, the marriage will be annulled even during the waiting period of the previous husband. (Tafsirul Jalaline, page 104; Raddul Muhtar: 3/519)

To marry a Judeo-Christian girl:

The so-called Judeo-Christians of the present age, according to reliable opinion, are disbelievers in the principles of Judeo-Christians. It goes without saying that there is no real Ahl al-Kitab at present. Apart from this, marrying their wives is now a cause of many tribulations and it is not lawful for them to marry.

However, after marrying such women, it is necessary to find out whether he is a true believer in the religion brought by Moses (peace be upon him) and Jesus (peace be upon him). Whether to believe in the Torah or the Gospel. And do they believe in Allah? If this is indeed the case, then the marriage cannot be annulled on the condition that they try to convert him to Islam through da'wah. And if it is proved that he believes in atheism, then this marriage will be considered void. (Raddul Muhtar: 3/45; Fatawa Darul Uloom: 7/261)

Provision of Hindu-Muslim marriage:

According to the Shari'a, a Muslim man cannot marry a Hindu woman, just as a Muslim woman cannot marry a Hindu man unless they convert to Islam. Marriage without accepting Islam is illegal. Such marriage will not be considered as marriage in Sharia. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “Do not marry the polytheists until they believe.” (Surat al-Baqara, 221)

May Allah Almighty grant the Muslim Ummah the Tawfiq to marry according to the provisions of the Qur'an and Sunnah. Donate Tawfiq to stay safe from all illicit relationships and extramarital affairs as well as illegal marriages. Amen.

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