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Old 05-14-2017, 01:57 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif View Post
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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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
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
You are just babbling but don't know what you are saying.

You do not know how to have meaningful dialogue in English.

If you want meaningful dialogue in English, read my post properly and respond to it in full. Your post has nothing to do with response to my post because you can't read my post in English. If you call it "dialogue", it is silly dialogue.

You want my address?

Would you give me your address?

In any case, you can't read English or English address. If I give you English address, you might think it as Arab address. If I give you my address as Canada, you might read it as Candy. If I give you my address as Turkey, you might read it as Chicken. If I give you my address as Hungry, you might read it as Thirsty. It would be a waste of time and effort to give you anything in English.
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Old 05-15-2017, 11:37 PM
 
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Yes, I will give you my full address and send you lectures on Islamic heritage
Which she studied and succeeded in
The judge was a judge in the Personal Status Court
I think repeating the saying that I do not speak English or not write English is strange
And wonderful
How can I participate and I do not understand English
Do you think I'm a robot
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Old 05-16-2017, 01:50 AM
 
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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
Yes, I will give you my full address and send you lectures on Islamic heritage
Which she studied and succeeded in
The judge was a judge in the Personal Status Court
I think repeating the saying that I do not speak English or not write English is strange
And wonderful
How can I participate and I do not understand English
Do you think I'm a robot
Let's see if you understand English or not!
Let's see if you are "she" or "he"!
Let's see if you can have meaningful dialogue as a real person, who understands English, can have!
Let's see if you understood those lectures and the judgement of that judge!
Let's see if you even understand the Islamic law about inheritance!

How much inheritance does the sole surviving daughter get?
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Old 05-16-2017, 01:40 PM
 
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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
Yes, I will give you my full address and send you lectures on Islamic heritage
Which she studied and succeeded in
The judge was a judge in the Personal Status Court
I think repeating the saying that I do not speak English or not write English is strange
And wonderful
How can I participate and I do not understand English
Do you think I'm a robot
Meaningful dialogue?

About lectures on Islamic inheritance law or about lectures on Islamic heritage?

Can you tell the difference between Islamic inheritance law and Islamic heritage?
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Old 05-16-2017, 09:26 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif View Post
Let's see if you understand English or not!
Let's see if you are "she" or "he"!
Let's see if you can have meaningful dialogue as a real person, who understands English, can have!
Let's see if you understood those lectures and the judgement of that judge!
Let's see if you even understand the Islamic law about inheritance!

How much inheritance does the sole surviving daughter get?
send me your phone number
I will speak with you in English
It is better to look for a الوصية الواجبة
And what it means
And engage in a meaningful dialogue for each Muslim in this forum
Because you do not know these details
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I apologize for translating this term because it is a legal term
That is why I wrote the term in Arabic
But I have explained the term
In previous posts
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Old 05-16-2017, 11:48 PM
 
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Before you fly on to لوصية الواجبة

How much inheritance does the sole surviving daughter get?
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Old 05-17-2017, 12:19 AM
 
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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
send me your phone number
I will speak with you in English
That could be anyone speaking to me. There would be no way for me to tell it's you.

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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
It is better to look for a الوصية الواجبة
And what it means
And engage in a meaningful dialogue for each Muslim in this forum
Because you do not know these details
You keep changing the subject. It's because you don't know what you want to talk about.

What do you want to talk about:

(1) Why do the daughters get half?

(2) How much the grandchildren get?

(3) لوصية الواجبة ?

(4) Islamic inheritance law?

(5) Islamic heritage?

You are digging a deep one for yourself without even knowing that you are doing so.

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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
I apologize for translating this term because it is a legal term
That is why I wrote the term in Arabic
You haven't translated the term وصية الواجبة at any time. It does not mean either the Islamic inheritance law nor the Islamic heritage.

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Originally Posted by mahasn sawresho View Post
But I have explained the term
In previous posts
Which term?

In the beginning, you were asking question about Islamic inheritance law. You wanted a specific answer from us without giving full circumstances of the case. I had told you that the full circumstances are needed before the correct answer could be given. You are now proving me to be correct. وصية الواجبة is part of those circumstances that need to be taken into account. In fact وصية (Will) must be taken into account first.

Now you know why you can't get the correct answer unless you give us the full circumstances of any such inheritance case.

Greetings
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Old 05-18-2017, 12:31 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Khalif View Post
That could be anyone speaking to me. There would be no way for me to tell it's you.

You keep changing the subject. It's because you don't know what you want to talk about.

What do you want to talk about:

(1) Why do the daughters get half?

(2) How much the grandchildren get?

(3) لوصية الواجبة ?

(4) Islamic inheritance law?

(5) Islamic heritage?

You are digging a deep one for yourself without even knowing that you are doing so.

You haven't translated the term وصية الواجبة at any time. It does not mean either the Islamic inheritance law nor the Islamic heritage.

Which term?

In the beginning, you were asking question about Islamic inheritance law. You wanted a specific answer from us without giving full circumstances of the case. I had told you that the full circumstances are needed before the correct answer could be given. You are now proving me to be correct. وصية الواجبة is part of those circumstances that need to be taken into account. In fact وصية (Will) must be taken into account first.

Now you know why you can't get the correct answer unless you give us the full circumstances of any such inheritance case.

Greetings
I think if you are interested in serious dialogue, you should translate this term into English
But I have explained it to you
They are the following
Father has a son and a daughter
The boy married and had two children
The boy died before his father
Then the grandfather died
Do the children deserve the legacy of their grandfather?
Which is the share of their deceased father
And if it's hard on you
Just allow me a forum and write them for you in Arabic too
I hope you will give me the answer from the Koran
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Old 05-18-2017, 11:00 AM
 
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I think if you are interested in serious dialogue, you should translate this term into English
You problem is that you do not understand English. I had translated for you the term وصية in English in my last post but you can't understand English.

Here is what I had written in my last post:

In fact وصية (Will) must be taken into account first.

You did not understand the translation of the term in English (Will). Google translator probably told you the meaning of "will" but not of "Will".

You are also not answering my question, how much does the sole surviving daughter get, because you can't understand the question in English.

This is proof enough that you are unable to have dialogue in English!!!
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:31 AM
 
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You problem is that you do not understand English. I had translated for you the term وصية in English in my last post but you can't understand English.

Here is what I had written in my last post:

In fact وصية (Will) must be taken into account first.

You did not understand the translation of the term in English (Will). Google translator probably told you the meaning of "will" but not of "Will".

You are also not answering my question, how much does the sole surviving daughter get, because you can't understand the question in English.

This is proof enough that you are unable to have dialogue in English!!!
Does this question prevent you from dialogue?
The girl gets half the share of the male
But if the girl dies before her father
Will her share be transferred to her children from the inheritance of her father?
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Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): "If one of you comes to death, it is written that you will die if you leave the good will to the parents and those who are closest to what is truly known to the righteous." [Al-Baqarah: verse 180]
The subject of the verse is the commandment
The verse says that the will may be written
If a man approaches death, he will write his will
Is his will acceptable
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Wait for your answer to explain this verse because you are a Muslim
What is the meaning of this verse?
It's a dialogue
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