A father is the male parent of a child. Besides the paternal bonds of a father to his children, the father may have a parental, legal, and social relationship with the child that carries with it certain rights and obligations.
Yes it is allowed. She is like his cousin, so marriage is permissible between them.
You must keep on trying and trying to apologize from him and get his pardon. Allah (SWT) orders us to be nice to our parents even if they are non believers or wrong doers. You should not join their wrong but you must deal with them in the best way. Seek help of relatives and friends who can talk to him and do everything possible to make him forgive you. It is not an option but an obligation of the top priority.
If the eldest son is unable for health reasons to keep the Qadha fast of his deceased father, any of his brothers or sisters can do that. If he has no brothers or sisters and has no money to pay for someone to do that, he should recite Estighfaar.
Thank you for your question. Although it is quite difficult to answer this question over the internet and with limited knowledge of your situation, it is quite natural for a lady of your age to be interested in marriage. As such you can try to broach the subject generally with your father in a soft manner and gauge his reactions. If you feel like it would be hard to speak to him, then perhaps speak to some of your other family members to speak to him about the subject, generally at first and then once he is used to the idea then more specifically. Your parents have your best interests at heart and it is important to consult with them as marriage is a major decision for which you need their help and guidance. If they do not approve of your choice and they have good reason not to approve, then you should consider that carefully. At the same time, most parents, in the end, will allow you to make your own choices, even if sometimes they are not completely happy with them.
May you always be successful
The following answer may help you:
May Allah grant you success
If her marriage is the first marriage, then she needs the permission
or consent or approval of her father or her paternal grand-father. If
the father or the paternal grand-father refused to approve the
marriage for reasons which are not based on Islamic teachings and she
wants to get married to a suitable believer man who can help her to
preserve her religion and dignity, she will be permitted to get
married to such a suitable believer man to save herself from falling into
The following answer may help you:
May Allah grant you sucrsss
The son must tolerate and be patient and never counter his father or hurt his feelings. Whatever wrong done by any parent must be tolerated.
It is good to talk to your father either directly or indirectly to know the reasons of his attitude towards you. That might help decreasing the misunderstanding.
Elder son is responsible to perform of arrange performing Qadha of Salaah and fasting for his deceased father and mother. Either he performs or arranges for persons who perform on behalf of the deceased.
If her father and paternal are dead, she will be allowed to marry a believer who is compatible to her in Religion and morals.
If the virgin Muslim girl does not know her father or has no way to know
about him to seek his permission for her marriage, then she will be
allowed to get married to a suitable Mo’min who is compatible to her.
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.