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    Salaam Alaikum...

    So, I have heard from some Muslims that using any form of birth control is haram... and have heard from others the opposite.

    I was curious what kind of daleel about this subject you all know, because I have only heard from family n friends on this issue... but never actually heard daleel from a scholar.

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    Re: Birth control haram?

    http://www.askimam.org/fatwa/fatwa.p...798ba97f9d459f
    Everyone thinks their a scholar because they know how to copy and paste, you get your ummah face on and the second you log out, you know your reality. Anyone can attain knowledge, how many can implement it?

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      Re: Birth control haram?

      Hmm... thanks brother... but honestly I am not a fan of askimam.org and don't trust their fatawa... I myself have studied various Islamic sciences and some fiqh etc and honestly I have read some pretty shaky and scary fatawa from that website before...

      So, anyone else?
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      • #4
        Re: Birth control haram?

        http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...=1119503547108

        He's a very knowledgable imam in this field of talk :up:
        Everyone thinks their a scholar because they know how to copy and paste, you get your ummah face on and the second you log out, you know your reality. Anyone can attain knowledge, how many can implement it?

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        • #5
          Re: Birth control haram?

          ok, inshaallah you can ask for access to the sisters section as tere is lengthy debate on the subject and hadiths etc.. in this section.

          Its all to do with intention, as everything in our wonderful religion is subhannallah.
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            Re: Birth control haram?

            Originally posted by Muslimah Wifey View Post
            Hmm... thanks brother... but honestly I am not a fan of askimam.org and don't trust their fatawa... I myself have studied various Islamic sciences and some fiqh etc and honestly I have read some pretty shaky and scary fatawa from that website before...

            So, anyone else?
            I agree (regarding askimam)

            Try this:

            Sunnipath

            Much better site :up:

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            • #7
              Re: Birth control haram?

              Originally posted by ummbilal View Post
              ok, inshaallah you can ask for access to the sisters section as tere is lengthy debate on the subject and hadiths etc.. in this section.

              Its all to do with intention, as everything in our wonderful religion is subhannallah.
              Brothers gotta know this as well sis :up:
              Everyone thinks their a scholar because they know how to copy and paste, you get your ummah face on and the second you log out, you know your reality. Anyone can attain knowledge, how many can implement it?

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              • #8
                Insha'allah...

                You yourself or your husband should ask an imam whom you know and trust :up:
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                  Re: Birth control haram?

                  Question:
                  Is contraception allowed ?

                  Answer:

                  Al-hamdu lillaah.

                  Contraception is permitted under the following conditions:

                  Mutual agreement of both husband and wife.
                  It does not cause harm.
                  It is not be practiced on a permanent basis, but rather for a temporary period (such as two years until the breastfeeding of the current baby is completed, for example).


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                  MAshAllah this is a very reliable website. Only one of VERY few that io would use for fatawa n other info.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Birth control haram?

                    Question Reference Number:: 12529

                    Is it permissible to engage in coitus interruptus or to use a condom?

                    Question:

                    On the first night after getting married, can one use contraception ( e.g condom ) or should this not be allowed. This is because it may be possible (by the will of Allah) for my future wife to get pregnant, but we may not choose to have children so early in our marriage.Please advise. www.islam-qa.com)

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                    Question Reference Number:: 3767

                    Contraception in early marriage


                    Question:

                    Is it forbidden to use contraception for two years at the beginning of marriage by mutual consent and until both parties are certain that the marriage will continue? www.islam-qa.com)


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                    Question Reference Number:: 10143


                    Ruling on tying the tubes unnecessarily

                    Question:

                    I am a 36 year old woman with 6 kids and i am now with my 7th child and would like to know if it is permissible in Islam to tie my tubes when this baby is born? i don't want to cut and burn them i want to place a band around the tubes to avoid the egg from dropping all the way down. i know i cannot stop the will of Allah i just want to try to loose weight i weigh more that 250 lbs. everytime i try to loose weight i end up pregnant. www.islam-qa.com)



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                    Question Reference Number:: 21169

                    Using the birth control pill and the coil

                    Question:
                    A woman should not use birth control pills unless the following two conditions are met:

                    (1) She should have a reason for that such as being sick and unable to bear a pregnancy every year, or being physically weak, or having other reasons why getting pregnant every year would be harmful for her.

                    (2) Her husband should give his permission, because the husband has the right to have children. This must also be done in consultation with a doctor, to find out whether taking these pills will be harmful to her or not.
                    If these two conditions are met, then it is OK for her to use these pills, but that should not be on a permanent basis, i.e., she should not use the type of birth control pills that prevent pregnancy permanently, because this is preventing progeny.

                    (Fataawa al-Mar'ah al-Muslimah, 2/657, 658)
                    Concerning the harms caused by contraception, the Shaykh (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:

                    Birth control pills:www.islam-qa.com)


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                    Question Reference Number:: 5196

                    Using birth control pills at first in case the marriage fails

                    Question:

                    Is it permissable for a woman to go on the pill (female contraception) prior to her marriage, so as to avoid pregnancy in case the marriage does not work out (ie. she becomes pregnant and then they divorce and she is left with the child)? Should she inform her spouse on the wedding night or prior to the nikkah that she is on the pill? In light of the above, is it permissible to use contraceptives to avoid pregnancy in the event that the marriage might not work out (ie for the first year of the marriage)?
                    Unless it is possible to produce pills that are free of harmful side effects, they should not be taken.
                    www.islam-qa.com)


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                      Re: Birth control haram?

                      mashAllah nice to see sister 'asiya linked up with a gud website for islamic rulings etc.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Birth control haram?

                        Originally posted by ummbilal View Post
                        ok, inshaallah you can ask for access to the sisters section....
                        I tried to gain access to sister's section but I never heard anything back... :zzz:

                        Originally posted by .: Rashid :. View Post
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                          Re: Birth control haram?

                          Originally posted by Muslimah Wifey View Post
                          I tried to gain access to sister's section but I never heard anything back... :zzz:

                          same here:(

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                          • #14
                            Natural Birth Control

                            Asslamo Allaikum,

                            Marriage in Islam is a bond of love, devotion and sacrifice.

                            Practicing Muslim couples are encouraged to decide their affairs by Shura (Mutual Consultation).

                            Some couples may be averse to using chemical and other devices for Birth Control, therefore please consult your doctor about the following natural alternatives:

                            a) Coitus-Interruptus (Azal): Well I suppose men should know about it & no need to see a doctor.

                            b) FAM: Fertility Awareness method:
                            http://womens-health.health-cares.ne...ess-method.php

                            c) Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) method:
                            http://www.reproline.jhu.edu/english...s/1lam/lam.htm

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                              Re: Natural Birth Control

                              for sisters section needs minimum 3 months and 400 posts, when u have it we need to do a voice chat with u, or if u can give a recommendation of someone in there who spoke 2 u on fone or met u, knows etc then we cn give without the voice insha allah
                              sorry for delays in access, i know it is looong bt please b patient with us
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