Yes it is permissible
Sayyed Muhammad Husaini Ragheb
Sayyed Muhammad Husaini Ragheb has a BA in Law from Guilan University, Iran and has also undertaken Hawzah studies in Qom. He is a Cultural Affairs director of Ethics Group of Al-Mustafa Open University and has also taught Arabic conversation at Masoomieh school.
Sayyed Sistani: According to obligatory precaution one must refrain from these transactions (i.e. you can refer to the second most knowledgeable jurist and follow his opinion).
Sayyed Khamenei: No response (i.e. you can refer to the second most knowledgeable jurist and follow his opinion).
It should be noted that in his opinion, it is necessary to observe the official laws of the country in this regard.
Sayyed Shobeiri Zanjani: If the use of such currencies is usually corrupt or illegal from an economical point of view, there is a problem with buying and selling them. (meaning according to obligatory precaution one must refrain from these transactions i.e. you can refer to the second most knowledgeable jurist and follow his opinion)
Sheikh Makarem Shirazi: Due to the many ambiguities that Bitcoin has, it is problematic (meaning according to obligatory precaution one must refrain from these transactions i.e. you can refer to the second most knowledgeable jurist and follow his opinion.)
Sheikh Vahid Khorasani: Buying and selling it is void.
Sheikh Saffi Golpayegani: It's forbidden and it's a type of eating up wrongfully. Allah is the All-Knowing
Sheikh Noori Hamedani: Engaging in these transactions is problematic (i.e. you can refer to the second most knowledgeable jurist and follow his opinion.)
Sheikh Hadavi Tehrani: Buying and selling Bitcoin is Haraam and as for other cryptocurrencies which do not have the problems of Bitcoin, it is permissible. (So his Fatwa about other cryptocurrencies is conditional to not having the problems of Bitcoin)
It is an obligation for a woman to live where her husband has decided unless she has mentioned in the conditions of the marriage contract that the place of residence is up to her.
And a woman can not leave the house without her husband's permission.
So if the husband is ok with all this situation then it's ok for her
It's not your legal (i.e. Shar'ee) duty if you have no savings
Of course not!
Perhaps you are referring to a ruling about painting the picture of a living animal or human being, or making their statues which was forbidden before.
The criterion for this forbidding is that the Arabs, because of their closeness to the time of ignorance, although converted to Islam, had a heartfelt interest in idolatry and preserved their ancestors' works. The Prophet, therefore, strongly prohibited the making of faces and icons to eradicate disbelief and defended monotheism.
So we can conclude that playing those games is not Haram unless another thing comes up, say for example the characters are naked or...
According to Fiqh i.e. jurisprudence, a boy has no need to acquire the consent of either of parents, so he can marry any girl even if it is against his parents' consent.
Please bear in mind that I'm not answering according to moral and sociological advice!
As for the second part of your question, we have nothing like that in Islam and as soon as a person dies his/her connection to their possessions is removed and the properties automatically go into the account of the heirs, so if one is going to deprive an heir of getting their properties, they must transfer whatever they have in their lifetime to other people.
You need to wait till the 3rd starts and as soon as it starts the Iddah period is over.
Hadith n. 312
312. Amir al-mu'minin, peace be upon him, said: Sometimes the hearts move forward and sometimes they move backward. When they move forward get them to perform the optionals (as well), but when they move backward keep them confined to obligatories only.
312. وقال علی عليه السلام : إِنَّ لِلْقُلُوبِ إقْبَالاً وَإِدْبَاراً فَإِذَا أَقْبَلَتْ فَاحْمِلُوهَا عَلَى النَّوَافِلِ، وَإذَا أَدْبَرَتْ فَاقْتَصِرُوا بِهَا عَلَى الْفَرَائِضِ.
In such situations, the only way that remains is doing temporary marriage.
Resisting this desire is not easy at all.
That's why in Islam there are two types of marriage.
Although the permanent is the best, the temporary is prescribed for those who can't afford and are not able to do it permanently
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