Egyptian Iftaa raises controversy by virtue of hymen repair: It is permissible on condition! | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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The Dar Al-Iftaa in Egypt has sparked widespread controversy with a new fatwa regarding the repair and repair of the hymen in girls in certain cases.

Hymen repair required!

Dr. Ahmed Mamdouh, Director of the Sharia Research Department and Secretary of the Fatwa at Dar Al Iftaa, said that the house had previously revealed the Sharia ruling on the process of hymen repair, several years ago, and issued a peer-reviewed research published in the Dar Al Iftaa magazine in its first issue.

Mamdouh explained that in some cases, patching of the hymen is required, and in some it is forbidden, according to the condition of the girl who wants to perform these operations.

He said: (In some cases, patching is required and legitimate for a girl who has been raped or deceived and wants to repent and turn a new page.

Cases in which patching is prohibited

And Mamdouh continued, during a live broadcast on the official Dar Al-Iftaa page on Facebook, in response to a question by a doctor who performs hymen repair surgeries for girls who have been deceived: and despair for them of the mercy of God, and encourage them to practice immorality).

And he continued: (In some of the narrations narrated by some scholars, that a girl fell into the forbidden, then repented of him, so our master Omar Ibn Al-Khattab married her, marrying virgins, and threatened to reveal what happened to this girl before her marriage).

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Mamdouh explained: (As long as I have an open door to reduce the sinner’s bump and take his hands, there is nothing wrong with that).

Mamdouh emphasized that there are some cases in which it is forbidden by Islamic law to repair the hymen.

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The fatwa on hymen restoration sparked controversy among social media activists, between those who supported this fatwa and others who saw it as inconsistent with the conditional credibility of completing the marriage.

The comments stated: (If we suppose that this statement is true, then why did the Messenger of God order the stoning and flogging of an adulteress and the adulterer??).

Another saw that this was (cheating), and wrote: (Isn’t that considered cheating between?! Is it from the Sunnah that a person who marries a girl has had her virginity patched, and her guardian says to him in the marriage ceremony, “Your wife is my daughter / my agent, the good virgin” according to the Sunnah of the Messenger of God and on the doctrine of Hanifa. Al-Nu’man will become less anxious about her virginity as long as there is a legitimate remedy to bring him back and deceive whomever she will marry.

Another agreed with him, saying: (You will not let Prime Time Zone refrain from marriage or the groom will demand a testimony from the forensic doctor that no patching process has been completed for her. Take care of the secularists and they are known. We want it and need a fatwa.

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An activist saw that this fatwa encourages immorality, and she said in her comment: (Do we want to renew the new religion or what??? I mean, we encourage disclosure of immorality as long as there is an administrative solution and we hide the man and ignore him).

Another demanded to file a lawsuit against Dar Al-Ifta, saying: (This fatwa requires filing a lawsuit against Dar Al-Ifta because hymen repair operations are illegal and immoral operations, and how much the Egyptian drama dealt with slander, and this is surprising that the Egyptian drama is more keen on the morals of Prime Time Zone than Dar Al-Ifta. Egyptian Fatwa.

In another context, the Egyptian Dar Al-Iftaa resolved the controversy in Egypt a few weeks ago regarding a new type of marriage adopted by an Egyptian lawyer, under the name “Parttime Marriage,” which he saw as a solution to reduce divorce rates, while others saw it as promoting obscenity and facilitating adultery.

After the uproar caused by the initiative launched by the Egyptian lawyer Ahmed Mahran, the Egyptian Dar Al Iftaa intervened and issued an official statement prohibiting this type of marriage.

This type of marriage that Mahran called for was summed up in his idea of ​​a woman obtaining a “ancestor’s husband,” and that a man would marry his divorced wife’s girlfriend, and stay with him in his house one day a week, in order to eliminate divorce, especially with the high age of marriage, according to his opinion.

Dar Al-Iftaa said in an official statement, that it should not be carried away by calls for the modernity of terminology in the marriage contract, which has increased in recent times, and which includes love for appearance, fame and destabilization of values.

And she continued: “This is what creates confusion in society, and negatively affects the meaning of family stability and cohesion, which our true religion is keen on and sponsored by the laws of the state.”

forbidden marriage

The Dar Al-Iftaa also said that what some Prime Time Zone do of giving new names to the marriage contract, and their stipulation in it that they be devout at a specific time, and so on, leads to the invalidity of this contract.

The statement clarified that the legal marriage is what is intended for permanence and continuity and not to be tempted at a specific time, otherwise it is a forbidden marriage, and it does not have the effects of legal marriage.

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