A woman is a female human being. The word woman is usually reserved for an adult, with girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent.
Asking Allah (SWT) to allow you to meet that person and perhaps get married to him if it is good for you, has a very clear and straight forward way which is supplication to Allah (SWT). Supplication (Du'a) is the always-open gate which was created by Allah for His creatures to ask Him as He said ( Seek from Me, I will respond to you) (Sura 40, Verse 60).
Seek from Allah (SWT) always, especially after your daily prayers ( Salah) and after Night Prayers ( Salat al-Layl) and during Sojood to grant you what He knows the best for you.
Recite this verse as many times as you can (إنَّ هذا لَرِزقُنا ما لَهُ مِن نَفاد )Sura 38, verse 54).
Dress of the female must have all conditions of full Hijab including avoiding tight cloth and transparent cloth. Color of the outer dress should not be attractive to men.
Yes of course. Humble servants of Allah (SWT) can be males or females. Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) meets, guides and helps servants of Allah, where ever and when ever Allah wants him to help. Many sincere females were been blessed with this bounty in many places and times. Piousness degrees are never restricted to any gender.
Allah says in Quran : Whoever does good whether male or female while being true believer, We will grant them righteous life and will grant them reward for the best of they were doing. (Sura 16, verse 14).
Allah (SWT) Has sent revelation (Wahi وحي) on the mother of Musa (Sura 28, verse 7) because she was a Pious female.
Real Hijab requires the woman to cover her hair and body with out showing its shape. Wearing her hair in bun goes against this condition of Hijab.
First of all, she needs to understand the basics of the faith of Islam; No God but Allah and Muhammad is His messenger. When she believes in Islam, permanent marriage between you and her will be allowed. No need for any witness from her family to attend. Marriage ceremony can be recited by any person who knows how to recite it in Arabic.
Not at all. It is impossible for a married woman to even think about any sexual matter with any one apart from her husband.
Mut'ah is a type of marriage. As it is impossible for a married woman to marry another man while she is already married, it is impossible for her to do Mut'ah while is she is married.
You might need to consult a lady doctor for a medical advice to control your very high sex drive. It is always good to discuss such matters with your husband.
In Islam, masturbating is haram. If the woman is married, it is her husband's duty to satisfy his wife's sexual needs. It is very oppressive and selfish if he does not. We have numerous hadiths that mention this as well.
If, for whatever reason, the husband is not fulfilling his duty and catering to her rights, it does not give her permission to do haram, and she must address this with her husband, or find other solutions.
And Allah knows best.
If there will be physical contact, without gloves, and you do have an option of seeing a specialist of the same gender, then it would be haram to go otherwise. Unless of course, the specialist of the opposite gender is the only highest qualified dr and your case is serious, needing that level of qualification, then you can, but try to request gloves be worn.
And Allah knows best.
Yes, it is permissible to keep on wearing an amulet, talisman, stone, etc. If the verses, Divine Names, or names of Ma'sumeen (a.s.) appear on the outside, then you should avoid touching it. Or, you are able to laminate it, or cover it with clear coloured nail polish, to avoid accidentally touching it.
Yes, you can also read more than seven verses. the only verses you must not read are the verses that have a wajib sajdah.
These verses are in Surah Fussilat, Najm, Sajdah and 'Alaq.
And Allah knows best.
I have addressed this question in a series of presentations that might be useful to you, in shaa Allah.
Whether the man will let her practice the religion or not is irrelevant and such marriage isn't permitted under Islamic law unless he would become Muslim.
May Allah grant you success
Not every Muslim woman needs her father's permission for her marriage. Only the virgin girl needs her father;s permission or her paternal grand father's. If the marriage is not the first marriage, then she is free to decide although it is always good to keep the respect of her father and mother but there no condition on her marriage.
Even virgin girl can get married if she needs marriage to save herself and her father is objecting on the marriage with out a valid Islamic reason.