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Old 05-08-2017, 03:05 AM
 
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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
Dear friend
If you want I will send you inheritance lectures which I studied
It is in Arabic
Just send me your address
I sent you a copy of those lectures
You have not studied the law of Islamic inheritance
But I studied that law and succeeded in it
The male has twice the share of the female in inheritance
Why this distinction between them
I have the Qur'aan with me. I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not understand the Qur'aan.

Male must have twice the share of female because, in Islam, the male is responsible for maintenance of the female. He needs more. A female can sit at home all day throughout her life without earning anything but she would still be provided by a male. But a male can't do that. He must provide for the female at home. Therefore, he needs to have more of inheritance than the female. It is common sense that you don't seem to have in understanding the justification in this rule.

In other words, if you can't understand the significance of it in Islam then you do not understand Islam.
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Old 05-10-2017, 01:30 AM
 
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I have the Qur'aan with me. I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not understand the Qur'aan.
Pay attention to your answer
I ask the forum management to notice this
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Old 05-10-2017, 06:41 AM
 
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Pay attention to your answer
I ask the forum management to notice this
Did you even understand it?

It is not a reference to you (singular) but about the men (plural) who got it wrong in their lectures about fairness of the inheritance rule in the Qur'aan.

It's quite difficult to explain in English to those who can't understand English all that well.
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Old 05-10-2017, 11:23 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif View Post
I have the Qur'aan with me. I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not understand the Qur'aan.

Male must have twice the share of female because, in Islam, the male is responsible for maintenance of the female. He needs more. A female can sit at home all day throughout her life without earning anything but she would still be provided by a male. But a male can't do that. He must provide for the female at home. Therefore, he needs to have more of inheritance than the female. It is common sense that you don't seem to have in understanding the justification in this rule.

In other words, if you can't understand the significance of it in Islam then you do not understand Islam.
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( I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not )

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These are your words and I think they are inappropriate words in the intellectual dialogue forum
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In the inheritance law
The Koran does not talk about the details
But it provides the main rules
That is why the Koran is not enough when you want to divide the estate
But the interpretation must be used in inheritance
The difference between the female and the male in inheritance
There is also another case that was not mentioned in the Koran
Called ( al-masala-al-emereea)
You can ask the elders about them
Also called(al-aol -fe -al- merath)
I hope you benefit from this information about Islam
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Old 05-11-2017, 12:22 AM
 
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It's very difficult to get through to the peoples who do not understand even simple English.

Intelligent dialogues with such peoples is almost impossible in a forum like this.
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Old 05-11-2017, 10:47 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif
I have the Qur'aan with me. I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not understand the Qur'aan.
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Leave judgment to those who read these words
And what do you mean
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Now I want to ask you a question in Islamic inheritance
I hope that the answer will come from the Koran as you say
The Father had one son and one daughter
The boy got married and had a son and a daughter
But he died before his father
After the death of his father
Do children deserve the share of their father from the inheritance of their grandfather or go all the estate to the girl
Wait for you to answer this question
Does the Qur'an give you a direct answer to it?
This situation is called the Islamic inheritance law ----------
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Wait for you to answer so that others benefit from this dialogue
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Old 05-12-2017, 12:21 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif
I have the Qur'aan with me. I don't need any lecture from silly men who do not understand the Qur'aan.
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Leave judgment to those who read these words
And what do you mean
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And they have understood them but you still can't understand them.

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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
Now I want to ask you a question in Islamic inheritance
I hope that the answer will come from the Koran as you say
The Father had one son and one daughter
The boy got married and had a son and a daughter
But he died before his father
After the death of his father
Do children deserve the share of their father from the inheritance of their grandfather or go all the estate to the girl
Wait for you to answer this question
Does the Qur'an give you a direct answer to it?
This situation is called the Islamic inheritance law ----------
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Wait for you to answer so that others benefit from this dialogue
It is an incomplete question. It doesn't give full circumstances of the grandfather.

I told you that the Islamic inheritance law takes into account ALL the circumstances of the deceased.

By the way, as you have heard the lectures about Islamic inheritance law, and now pretend to know it all, what do you think that the girl will get?

Once you tell me what she gets, I will show you that you do not understand Islamic inheritance law.
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Old 05-12-2017, 06:35 PM
 
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I do not mean the girl that she is alive
But I mean the boy who died before his father
Do his children deserve the share of their father from the inheritance of their grandfather?
this is the question
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Old 05-13-2017, 12:36 AM
 
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I do not mean the girl that she is alive
But I mean the boy who died before his father
Do his children deserve the share of their father from the inheritance of their grandfather?
this is the question
It is very difficult to have any meaningful dialogues in this forum with someone who can't understand simple English.

You ask a question but you do not give the full circumstances of the family members. Therefore, my answer below is based on the only information you have given.

The children of the son who died before his father do inherit from their grandfather's estate. This could change if the grandfather had left a Will or had debt that was more than the value of his estate.

Can you now see how incomplete your question was?

As you are assuming yourself to be an expert in this field, with all those lectures under your belt, can you now tell me how much does the girl get from her father's estate as her inheritance?
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Old 05-14-2017, 12:17 AM
 
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Why do you get so upset?
I am ready to send lectures on inheritance in Islam
Just send me your address
Now I want to ask you
What is the proper commandment in Islam? الوصية الواجبة

And for the utmost necessity write it for you in the Arab

The second question
Is the commandment an award in Islam?
Note that the Koran does not prevent the commandment
So why prevent the commandment in Islam
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