A man is a male human. The term man is usually reserved for an adult male, with the term boy being the usual term for a male child or adolescent. However, the term man is also sometimes used to identify a male human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as "men's basketball".
The aim of Mut'ah marriage is to save both man and woman who are not able to get married from falling in sexual sinful thoughts and acts. There is a Hadeeth from Imam Jafar Al-Sadiq (AS): In fact, Mut'ah marriage was ordained for the benefit and protection of the women who have no husbands. Married men should not indulge in Mut'ah marriage in a way which makes their wives angry and blame Shariat which allowed Mut'ah. (Al-Kaafi, V. 5, P. 453 narrated from Abul Hasan (AS)).
It is stated in the Hadeeths that husband and wife who enter Paradise will be completely transformed in Paradise and will be be the best for one another. All negative points will be removed away and every thing they wish in the other will be granted. The wife will be more beautiful in her husband's eyes than the Hoor, and the husband will be the best man in his wife's eyes.
It is good to pray to Allah (SWT) to grant you the best with out suggesting on Him. Allah knows the best and He grants the best to His sincere servants.
It is not correct to claim that every witness of woman is half of the witness of a man.
In many cases, the witness of a woman is equal to a man especially in family matters and matrimonial issues and women issues.
In financial disputes and challenges, woman needs another woman to be with her to stand against the challenge. Man can bear the heavy burden of such challenge alone.
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Yes telling them to observe the correct Islamic hijab is obligatory upon you and it it is part of enjoining the good and forbidding the evil.
Telling them this should be done in the correct manner and not in a way which is threatening or controlling.
Regarding telling them what to wear, if you mean by telling them not to wear the clothing which is not islamically approved then then is fine.
O you who believe! save yourselves and your families from a fire whose fuel is men and stones; over it are angels stern and strong, they do not disobey Allah in what He commands them, and do as they are commanded. - Quran 66:6
May Allah grant you success
It is not allowed for any Muslim, being male or female, to instigate others for sinful acts.
Men should avoid showing tattoo on their body to non Mahram women when there is a possibility of bad effect.
If a married Muslim man wants to have more than one wife, he must be fully able to implement practical justice between them. If he is unable to maintain the practical justice between more than one wife, then he will be not allowed to marry more than one wife.
If a married Muslim man wants to have a temporary marriage (Mut'ah) with a woman from People of Book, he needs the permission of his Muslim wife for such temporary marriage.
Any Najis material is not allowed to swallow. Even if the material is not Najis, you should seek a medical advise to be sure that it should not harm your health.
Well the rules for hijab are derived from Qur'an, hadith, and the deductions of scholars, and you can find the subject of hijab discussed elsewhere here.
However, I do want to point out that, in many Muslim cultures, the clothing that is traditionally considered respectful for men is loose and long-sleeved, and there is also often headwear. For instance, shaykhs/religious leaders of most groups of Muslims today often wear loose clothing and a turban or other headgear. And, it is often considered indecent or inappropriate for men to reveal themselves extensively unless it is under special circumstances like maybe some kinds of work. To my knowledge, it is only in the modern era that it became fashionable for Muslim men to wear super-tight jeans and so on.
Anyway just a couple thoughts, you can find a lot on the subject of hijab on this website.
My understanding is that the emphasis on males having hur al-ayns is because God is shy and considers that women might also be more shy about these things. However, men are often not shy in broadcasting that they want many females and in fact sometimes consider it a manly thing to say, so God speaks of this from the male perspective.
The Qur'an is also discreet in discussing other delicate matters such as using the washroom and spousal relations, even though this discretion is not usually reflected in translation.
Maybe also some of the men in that time period were a little difficult and they needed some extra encouragement.
The Hereafter does not have the same considerations of this world, and God knows best how people will feel about these things in the Hereafter.
In any case, the Quran (for instance in Surah Ya Sin) does in general speak of having the enjoyment of companionship in Paradise in a general sense (not limited to men).
Believing females will get in the Paradise the best of their wishes according to their noble wishes. All the wishes in the Paradise will be noble and no evil desire will remain in the heart of any believer (We removed from their chests every bad feeling)(Sura 7: Verse 43).
The pious woman will be granted the best man as her husband. Women do not like to be married to more than one man and those women who desire more than one man in this life are looked down by common women. No doubt such desire will never be in the heart of any pious woman in the Paradise. All noble desires and wishes of pious women will be granted in the Paradise.
There is no question of misogynistic act in Paradise because Allah The Most Merciful is equally Merciful on men as on women as both of them are His Creatures.
This question should be addressed to the Court authority which appoints the judges.
No doubt many women have brilliant abilities even more than some men.
If your question is related to Islamic court, then we say that woman is allowed to work in all the procedure of the Islamic court except the final judgment. Final judgment which is for the (Qadhi) has a condition among many conditions that Qadhi must be man. Islam does not expose the woman to challenge and hardship of final judgment which is usually face opposition of one party.