غنة الزواج وانتظارھا في الفقه الاسلامي
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|عنوان||غنة الزواج وانتظارھا في الفقه الاسلامي|
Impotency of Husband and Time Limitation in Islamic Sharia
|مصنف||Alsehri، Rashid Bin Maroh|
|یو آر آیل|
Mariage (Nikah), Islamic Shaira, Jamah, Impotency, husband-wife relations.
|شکاگو 16||Alsehri، Rashid Bin Maroh۔ "غنة الزواج وانتظارھا في الفقه الاسلامي۔" البصیرۃ 2, شمارہ۔ 1 (2013)۔|
It is a matter of proven fact that Islamic shairat is a complete code of life. It is comprehensive and it covers all aspects of human life which include prayers, human rights, marriage, dealings, and justice, etc. Relation between two individuals of opposite gender [known as Nikah (the marriage) ] has also been given great importance and related issues have been discussed in detail, so that man and women, when related with each other, may live their lives happily and peacefully and to remain aloof from sins. In this article it has been comprehensively discussed if after marriage a man is not capable of having sexual relations i. e. , Jamah or impotency. What should a woman do? In this respect, Islamic scholars presented different opinion; some consider that Nikah (marriage) would not be void, while others consider that the husband should be given one year time for medical treatment, and if after one year he did not gain the capability, then “Nikah” would be annulled. The word ‘impotence’ has different meanings, including: object to thing, and does not want women. According to Scholars’ terminology: impotence is the inability to penetrate in sexual intercourse. The sexually impotent adult husband identifies him an appointment for a year, if he does not have intercourse, then his impotency will be proved, and his wife may annul the marriage contract. If the sexually impotent is still young, he will not have an appointment. The mad sexually impotent wife postpone as the adult sexually impotent. Castrate wife postpone reserves and retention of marriage contract.