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Encyclopedia > Adoption in Islam
This is a sub-article to Islamic marritial jurisprudence and Adoption .


Islam has its own rules of regulations regarding adoption, quite distinct from the western practice of adoption This is a sub-article to Islamic jurisprudence and Marriage. ... Adoption is the legal act of permanently placing a child with a parent or parents other than the birth parents. ... Adoption is the legal act of permanently placing a child with a parent or parents other than the birth parents. ...


Adoption in Islam is not allwed. It was disallowed to name a adopted son with the name of the adopting father.


Islam also rejects the notion of a adopted son becoming a biological part of the family, hence, the adopted son is counted as a non-Mahram. In Islamic sharia legal terminology, a mahram (Arabic محرم, also transcribed mahrim or maharem) is an unmarriageable kin with whom sexual intercourse would be considered incestuous, a punishable taboo. ...


This can be sidesteped by having the child suckling the adoptive mother in the first half years of life.


Relevant issues include the marraige bettwen Zayd ibn Harithahs ex wife and Muhammad, and also narration involving Aishas, Abu Hudaifah ibn Utbah and Salim mawla Abu Hudaifa. Muhammad is a common Muslim male name. ... Aisha, Ayesha, Aisha, or Aisha (Arabic عائشة `āisha, she who lives) was a wife of Muhammad, whom Muslims regard as the final prophet of Islam. ... this is a sahaba of Muhammad died 11 A.H. Full name: Abu Hudhaifah bin `Utbah bin Rabi`ah bin `Abd Shams bin `Abd Manaf. ... this is a sahaba of Muhammad He was named so since he was the freed slave of Abu Hudaifah ibn Utbah, see Mawla He participated the battle agains Musaylimah as a standard bearer of the Muhajireen and displayed unexpected valour. ...


 
 

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