Monday 29 November 2021
“My aunt’s husband died when she was 90 years old, and we were surprised after his death that she wanted to marry again… So does Sharia forbid?” Dr. Mabrouk Attia, Professor of Islamic Law at Al-Azhar University, received this question from one of his followers to answer through a video he posted on his official YouTube channel.
“Its her right.” Dr. Mabrouk Attia replied, “If she has 110 and holds her soul and her mind in her brain, and no one will marry her to write to her the house of the late who faced the misery of his life, she will not be scornful and speak seriously.” Nikah, she may be ninety years old, and Farfoucha.
“The smell of the soil The smell of the soil is her right to congratulate half an hour before she goes to the soil,” Attia says, but he confirms that her mind must be solid, so she does not say and forget, and if she forgets, they must make her forget, and Attia said that whoever proposes to marry her will be in her generation, and then He would want a nurse, “She is ninety years old and still a nurse, and both of them want nurses, so we can make a hospital in our house?” If she will forget this, they should encourage her to forget the idea of marriage, and help her to have a good end.
However, Attia asserts that she has the right to marry if she is cohesive and able to marry, and Attia said at the end of his answer that the matter has many possibilities: “The world is wide and the answer should be as wide as the world and the breadth of possibilities.”