Jihad is regarded as one of the fundamentals of Islam. The word jihad literally means to struggle or strive or to work for something with determination.
However, they disagree as to the reasons it was permitted. So those of them whom you enjoy, give them their appointed wages; it is no fault in you in agreeing together, after the due apportionate.
God is All-Knowing, All-Wise" 4: By its revelation this verse in effect confirmed an existing situation; and it emphasized that men must fulfill their promises concerning the agreed upon sum. The context of the verse also indicates that it is referring to temporary marriage. The most commonly accepted interpretation of this verse is that it forbids the pre-Islamic Arab custom of inheriting stepmothers.
When a man died, one of his sons would inherit his wife, as long as she was not his own mother.
If he wished he could then marry her without paying her a dower. Or he could keep her a virtual prisoner. He could also marry her to someone else and take her dower for himself, or forbid her to marry anyone as long as he was alive.
If the woman possessed property, he was entitled to take possession of it for himself. In other words, if a man divorces a wife to marry a different wife, he must not take back any of the dower that he has given the first, even if the dower is a very large one and he desires only a small part of it.
Both this verse and verse 19 were revealed after Abu Qays b. The son refused to pay the daily expenses of his stepmother and wife, nor would he give her, her share of the inheritance or allow her to visit her relatives.
She came to the Prophet and explained what had happened. He told her to return to her husband and wait, that perhaps God would send down a statute that would clarify her situation.
Then these verses were revealed. These are divided into seven kinds stemming from blood relationship and seven more stemming from other causes: And wedded women, save what your right hands own….
And the same verse states: The next part of this same verse states as follows: This section is either part of the previous subject matter, or an example of it; in other words, its relation to the previous section is either that of the part which is completing the whole, or the particular example to the universal principle.
And since the previous section deals with the different kinds of legitimate sexual relationships, either by marriage or the purchase of slaves, we can conclude that this section of the verse is the exposition of a further kind of marriage, not mentioned previously; a kind which requires that the man pay the wages of his wife.
The next verse states that if a man is too poor to marry a free Muslim woman, he should marry a Muslim slave girl; and the following verse concerns certain statutes related to such marriages.
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