Biologically, a child (plural: children) is a human being between the stages of birth and puberty, or between the developmental period of infancy and puberty. The legal definition of child generally refers to a minor, otherwise known as a person younger than the age of majority.
You do not need permission from any one for such operation, but you need to be sure that it is reversible vasectomy.
Holy Prophet (SAWA) had three sons, two of whom Al Qasim and Abdullah
were from Lady Khadijah (AS) and the third, Ibrahim, was from Lady
Maria Al- Qibtiyyah. All of them passed away during childhood. Al
Qasim and Abdullah passed away in Makkah and Ibrahim passed away in
Madinah. The Holy Prophet (SAWA) was survived by his only one biological daughter from Lady Khadijah (AS) who is the greatest woman of all times, Lady Fatimah (SA). He also had three fostered daughters, Ruqayyah, born 20 years before
Hijrah and passed away in the 2nd year after Hijrah ; Zaynab, who was
born 23 years before Hijrah and dies 8 years after Hijrah and Umm
Kulthum who was born 19 years before Hijrah and passed away in the 9th
year after Hijrah. These three fostered daughters are mentioned in the
books of history as daughters of A’atiqa bint Khowailid, the
sister of Lady Khadijah (AS). Lady Khadijah (AS) and the Holy Prophet
(SAWA) looked after them and brought them up as fostered daughters and
that is why they were known as daughters of the Holy Prophet (SAWA)
according to the Arab culture who called the fostered children as sons
and daughters like calling Zaid who was a fostered son of the Prophet (SAWA) yet he was called as Zaid Ibn Muhammad (SAWA).(son of Mohammad).
I am not aware of any Sunni or Shi'i texts that speak of producing new human beings in Paradise.
I don't wish to contradict myself because I just finished typing that people in Paradise can have whatever they want. However, perhaps they will not want to have children there because the situation is different. Also, often our desire to have children in this world is affected by hormones or society, or the desire to procreate is put into our hearts through divine mechanisms to carry out the plan of God for humanity. God knows best!
Children who die will be enjoying the Mercy of Allah near the gates of Paradise, when angles tell them to enter the Paradise, they will say: We are waiting for our parents. This is in authentic Hadeeth.
Mentally ill persons and all ill persons who die will not be ill in the Paradise.
Every father must pay for his children's expenses, and children are not responsible about the sinful acts of their father. Children's spiritual well-being will not be harmed because of the sins of their father. We have in human history thousands of examples of bad fathers who had very good children and vice versa. Children should not help or encourage their father in committing sinful acts.
1. Controlling our bad behaviour needs reasonable will power based on the facts of the harm and damage of such behaviour, and the benefits of good behaviour.
2. We need to see how harsh behaviour makes the person unliked even by his own family members, while good behaviour makes the person liked by almost all people who know him.
3. It is good to recite Quranic Du'a for making our chest pleasant and not narrow. ( RABBI ESHRAH LI SADRI WA YASSIR LI AMRI) رب اشرح لي صدري ويسر لي أمري
4. It is mentioned in books of Akhlaq that when a person becomes angry, he should look at a mirror to see himself while being angry. He will see how ugly he looks when he is angry and this can cool him down and make him avoid being angry.
5. It is also mentioned in many Hadeeths to deal with people in the same way which you want them to deal with you. Bad behaviour from you with others can never be accepted by you if it comes from others to you.
6. Repeating Estighfaar and Salawaat and LA HAWLA WALA QOWWATA ILLA BILLAH is very useful to make our Akhlaq better if we recite it with understanding specially during the night and more specifically during Sojood.
7. It is also good to remember the Hadeeth: Deal with people in a way that if you are away from them, they will long to meet you, or if you die, they will weep on you.
8. The Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) said: Best of you are the best to their family, and I am the best to my family.
Michael is the name of one of the greatest of Allah (SWT). It is mentioned in many books that Michael is responsible of Rizq and rain and plants. In Saheefa Sajjadia which is narrated from Imam Zainul Adibeen Al-Sajjad (AS) in the Du'a for the Angels of Alla : And Angle Michael, who has the great status with You, and the high degree in Your Obedience.
ميكائيل ذو الجاه عندك والمكان الرفيع من طاعتك ».
It is allowed to name our kids after the name of Michael.
The name of this great angle in Quran is Meekaal.ميكال (Sura 2, Verse 98).
If the income of the father is mixed between lawful and unlawful, then it will allowed for his children to take what they need for their lawful needs with the intention of utilizing the lawful part of the income.
If the whole income of the father is Haram (Unlawful), then it becomes forbidden for the grown up (Baligh) children to use such unlawful income.
Touching impure things or items e.g. urine, stool etc does not break nor invalidate your Wudhu. You just need to wash your hand with water to make it Taahir.
1. Every Muslim widow is allowed to remarry after the waiting period [iddah wafat] is over. Iddah wafat is 4 months and 10 days during which she has to observe mourning.
2. No one has a right to prevent a widow from remarrying after her Iddah of wafat is over.
3. The rules of custody of children in Islam state that the custody of children after the demise of their father is for the mother and no one can violate her right of custody, unless she remarries someone else. This means that if she remarried, the custody of the children will be for the paternal grandfather.
Just being unable to father a child is not enough reason for you to seek divorce from him, unless you explain the full reasons and refer to the Marje’ Of Taqleed or any of his representatives to assess your case.
According to Shaykh al-Mufid (Kitab al-Irshad):
The Commander of the Faithful, peace be on him, had twenty-seven children, male and female:
3. Zaynab the elder
4. Zaynab the younger, who was given the kunya Umm Kulthūm.
Their mother was Fāṭima, the blessed, mistress of the women of the worlds, daughter of the master of those sent by Allāh and the seal of the prophets, the Prophet Muhammad.
5. Muḥammad, who was given the kunya Abū al-Qāsim. His mother was Khawla, daughter of Ja‘far b. Qays al-Ḥanafī.
7. Ruqayya They were twins.
Their mother was Umm Ḥabīb, daughter of Rabī‘a.
11. ‘Abd Allāh
(The last four) were martyrs with their brother al-Ḥusayn on the plain of Karbalā’. Their mother was Umm al-Banīn, daughter of Ḥizām b. Khālid b. Dārim.
12. Muḥammad, the younger, who was given the kunya Abū Bakr.
13. ‘Ubayd Allāh
Both of these were martyrs with their brother al-Ḥusayn on that plain. Their mother was Layla, daughter of Mas‘ūd al-Dārimī.
His mother was Asmā ̓, daughter of ‘Umays al-Khath‘amī, may Allāh be pleased with her.
15. Umm al-Ḥasan
The mother of these two was Umm Sa‘īd, daughter of ‘Urwa b. Mas‘ūd al-Thaqafī.
18. Zaynab, the youngest
19. Ruqayya, the younger
20. Umm Hānī ̓
21. Umm al-Kirām
22. Jumāna, who was given the kunya Umm Ja‘far.
24. Umm Salama
These, the blessings of Allāh be on them, had different mothers. Among the Shī'a, there are those who mention that Fāṭima, the blessing of Allāh be on her, after the Prophet had a miscarriage with a son, whom the Prophet, may Allāh bless Him and His Family, had (already) named during her pregnancy as Muḥsin.
According to this group there were twenty-eight children of the Commander of the Faithful, the blessing and peace of Allāh be on him. Allāh knows and judges best.
(End quotation from Kitab al-Irshad)