As the ulama say, if it is with the permission of the husband, it is not Haram.
Abolfazl Sabouri is based in New Zealand and has an MA in Jurisprudence and Islamic Studies. He is a graduate of Elmiyeh seminary in Qom with more than 15 years of study and research where he has also taught Tafsir, Theology and Jurisprudence.
Maybe it is necessary for the first 7 days of life.
At least we can say it is like hair and nails that we should cut them...
This Hadith is not authentic according to Shia ulama. According to Shia it is better to hide it from nun-mahram.
You should choose the best one for the country.
There are no other gods to show envy towards them.! We know one God, if there is more than that they (Hindu) should prove it.
It is not prohibited. However some ulama says it is mostahab to make day of Ashura, day of sorrow and do not eat so much during the day.
You can break your fast immediately at the time of adhan, if you are sure it is the correct time of adhan.
According to their ahadith they believe this is the method of Prophet. However the philosophy of that is saying Salam to the angles who are with human (on his shoulders!) and record his behavior.
It is their jurisjurisprudence. It is according to their ahadith and their understanding of the Qur'an.
In verse 187 chapter 2 says continue your fast until night (الليل). Most of the Shia ulama believe it should be dark (to call it night) .
There is some Hadiths about temporary marriage and even the verse 24 Sura 4 is about it but Sunnies believe it happened Naskh about it. Some of them say the Naskh was in the time of Prophet and some say it was in the time of Umar.
Jesus is a Prophet of God, so even if we accept that these are miracles, it proves that he is the messenger of Allah and is holy.
Moreover, Christianity is a religion of Allah but Muslims believe it happened distortion in this religion. And we should follow the religion of our time...