Permissibility presupposes possibility, and it is generally not possible to force someone in their late teens or beyond to do something, except when they are physically in your presence.
Assuming your daughter has her own life outside the home (for instance, attending school or university, a job, socializing, or that sort of thing), it is unlikely that you could successfully force her to wear hijab; often, people of that age in that situation will simply wear hijab when going out the door and then take it off once they get to school, or wherever.
(An exception would be in a place where wearing hijab is the norm, and not wearing hijab outdoors would attract a lot of attention, in which case I would definitely consider it prudent to push a young woman to wear hijab, but I am assuming that this is not your situation.)
As you say, adults react poorly to compulsion, and will usually turn against anything they are forced to do.
While this may or may not be relevant, it is worth keeping in mind that women sometimes change their hairstyles (or hijab-styles) as a reflection of other life changes - such a change in family status (a broken engagement, a parent's divorce/remarriage, etc), a change in their inner outlook and sense of who they are, or life challenges. So, sometimes, the hijab in and of itself is not really the main thing that is going on, even if it is the most visible one.
It might be worth interrogating why hijab is leading to a dislike of Islam itself. Are there women around who wear hijab who are behaving poorly? Are you living in a place where hijab is stigmatized? Does she just want to express herself more through her clothes or live a different kind of lifestyle? Is it just teenage rebellion? There are all sorts of scenarios, many of which have nothing to do with actual fiqh rulings about hijab.
In any case, discussing the underlying issues - which hijab is often symbolic of - and trying to come to some sort of agreement with her about her clothing might be more fruitful.
After a man engages in intercourse with his wife, he'll be in a state of spiritual impurity. So in order for him to be in a state of purity again, he just needs to perform the ghusl al Janaba and this will also give make him in the state wudu as well, so no need to do wudu.
If however during the ghusl or after he would do an action which would break wudu, then he would have to repeat the wudu again and not the ghusl.
May Allah grant you success
The Hujjat is must in every time, either publicly known or hidden from public for reasons, as Ameerul Mo'mineen (AS) said (Nahjul Balaghah, 497).
After Prophet Easa (AS) the Hujjat was Sham'oon Ibn Hammon al-Safa, then Yahya ibn Zakaria, the Munthir, then Sulaimah, then Burdah, then Muhammad (SAWA).(Amaali al-Tousi, 443)
In al-Kaafi 1:177 you can find many Hadeeths in this regard.
Khalib ibn Sinan has been mentioned as a prophet fifty years before Prophet Muhammad ( Rawdhat al-Kaafi 342).
Abu Talib (AS) was from deputies (AWSIYAA') after the prophets.
Ameerul Mo'mineen Ali (AS) was asked: Who was the last Wasi ( Deputy) before Muhammad? He replied: My father. Al-Ghadeer 7:389 from Dhiaul Alameen by al-Fotouni.
If the food has animal ingredients, you must be sure that it is Halal before consuming it. Animal ingredients are not allowed for eating before being sure that it is Halal.
If the food has no animal ingredients, nor alcohol, and you don't know that it has Najis ingredients, then it will be allowed for you to consume it.
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.
Ahmad ibn Hanbal is considered among the Hanbali sect as the most important in Ilm al-Rijaal.
There is famous book ( Tabaqaat al-Hanaabilah)طبقات الحنابلة لابن أبي يعلى complied by Ibn Abi Ya'la who classified the Hanbali Ulama in to six degrees.
Ahmed Ibn Hanbal died on 241 Hijri. His sons Abdullah and Salih are considered prominent after him.
Yes it allowed to foster children in any country. Helping and looking after and upbringing any child in need is a noble work which has great reward. Non Muslim children looked after by good Muslims might make them discover the great teachings of Islam and enlighten their life with the light of Islam.
Cursing the wrong doers has come in Quran in 39 verse. Muslim must disassociate from hypocrites and wrongdoers whom Allah (SWT) has cursed in Quran. You can read these Quranic verses to see the great importance of cursing the wrong doers:
Sura al-Baqara, verse 88 and 159.
Sura Annisaa, verse 47 and 52.
Sura Tawba, verse 68.
Sura al-Ahzab, verse 57 and 68.
'Sura Muhammad, verse 23.
Sura al-Fat-h , verse 6.
Sura al-Ankabout , verse 25.
Obviously, we should avoid cursing the religious figures of other communities in front of their followers as Allah (SWT) says in Quran : Do not verbally attack what is been worshipped by the disbelievers, so that they shouldn't attack Allah with out knowledge. Sura 6, verse 108.
Mut'ah marriage is a type of marriage in Islam. It has been mentioned in Quran (Sura 4, Verse 24). Your confusion might be because of misinformation. You can read about this Islamic marriage on many websites including www.al-Islam.org.
The Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) taught the Muslim this type of marriage to save themselves from sinful sexual acts. It was practiced by Muslims during the time of the Prophet (SAWA) and government of Abu Bakr and part of the time of Umar, who banned it admitting that it was allowed by the Prophet himself. Hundreds of Hadeeths mentioned Mut'ah marriage in Shia and Sunni books including Bukhari and Muslim books of Hadeeth.
Mut'ah marriage is similar to permanent marriage in many conditions with few differences. Mut'ah marriage has a Mahr like permanent marriage and can never be allowed with an existing married woman just like permanent marriage.
Mut'ah marriage has a fixed agreed time and it does end by the end of the agreed time. No inheritance between them in Mut'ah marriage nor financial liability of livelihood unless agreed in the agreement of the marriage.
The children from Mut'ah marriage have all the rights of children from permanent marriage.
Waiting period after Mut'ah marriage is two menstrual periods.
Yes it is permissible as far as the ownership is properly obtained. The rental income from such properly owned or even properly mortgaged will be then permissible as well.
Yes. Life insurance agreement is a valid and binding both the insurance company and the policy holder according our great scholars as one of the applications of the conditional gift الهبة المشروطة.
If your husband gives you pocket money to keep for you or spend as you want, then this means that the money is yours. Such money owned by you is your responsibility and any remaining amount of it must be applied for Khums.
If your husband gives you the money to keep it for home expenses to be made on his behalf, then such money is still his money but kept with you. In such case, no Khums on you because your husband is still the owner of that amount.