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    Re: Adoption in Islam

    :jkk:
    Ya Muqallib al-Quloob, thabbit qalbi 'alaa Deenik
    O' Converter of Hearts, make my heart steadfast upon Thy Way
    We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.

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      Re: Adoption in Islam

      They deserve more attention than your real children:hidban:

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        Re: Adoption in Islam

        Originally posted by GoldenOreo View Post
        They deserve more attention than your real children:hidban:
        Very true, Sidi.
        salamu alaikum.
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          Re: Adoption in Islam

          Originally posted by abu_tamim View Post

          3. If the adopted child did not drink the breast milk of the adoptive mother, then the laws of Nikah and Parda will apply as per normal. It will therefore be correct for the adopted child to marry one of his/her adopted parents' children. An adopted girl won't be Haram on the man that adopted her, i.e. he can marry her. Similarly the adopted son won't be Haram on the woman that adopted him, i.e. she can marry him, and he is also allowed to marry the wife of the man that adopted him. It is incumbent upon them to carry out the laws of Pardah. Negligence with regard to this matter may result in many evils.

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          Having thought about that, is it better to leave Muslim children to be brought up as non-Muslims in non-Muslim families or adopt them into Muslim households and bring them up 'like' your own son/daughter so hence not observing all the purda restrictions?

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            Re: Adoption in Islam

            Originally posted by Jerricho View Post
            Having thought about that, is it better to leave Muslim children to be brought up as non-Muslims in non-Muslim families or adopt them into Muslim households and bring them up 'like' your own son/daughter so hence not observing all the purda restrictions?
            Better to bring them into Muslim households and do your best.
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