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".
I was hoping that one of sisters will answer this question but as did not see any reply I am answering briefly:
Jealousy of the wife over her husband can be against the rule of Allah Who allowed the man under certain conditions to have another wife. Jealousy against a rule from Allah is direct or indirect objection on Allah's rule, that is why it is bad.
Jealousy of man over his wife is against any relation between his wife and any other man, which is always a sinful act because she is a married woman and never allowed any act or word which can initiate a relation with another man. Husband's jealousy over his wife (without false allegations) is good to protect her and the whole family from a sinful act. You can then compare between a jealousy going against Allah;s rule and a Jealousy to protect the wife and the family from a sinful act.
According to our jurists, there are about twenty five prohibited acts during Ihram, and one of them is tadhleel, or being under a shade for a male during the day while travelling. This means a male cannot be directly under any shelter during the day time when travelling from the Miqat to Meccah al-Mukarramah, but then inside Meccah, he can.
In looking into the wisdom behind this, I have not come accross a reliable reference that explains this, but it seems that one possibility could be that it is a sign of humility. Instead of the person travelling with extravagence and comfort, he commences his spiritual journey of humbling himself by being under the sky.
And Allah knows best.
Yes it is permissible for her to recite Tajweed or Tarteel of Quran in front of non-Mahram men as far as there is no intention of lust.
If the woman puts a condition on the marriage contract that her husband should not have another wife during he is married to her, and the husband agrees on such condition, then it becomes binding on the husband to fulfill this condition which is part of the marriage contract.
Muslims do not currently agree in their views on the theory of evolution. Some reject it entirely; some accept it in part (evolution for everything except the creation of Adam); and some accept it entirely. In the latter two cases, evolution is seen as being part of the divine plan.
There are some things in the Qur'an that would seem to concord with some basic ideas of the theory of evolution, such as the statement that Allah created all living things from water; while at the same time, there is no requirement that these things necessitate accepting the theory of evolution, and they can be understood otherwise.
Some of the objection to the theory of evolution in prior decades was due not only to a belief in creationism, but also because the theory of evolution was associated with the West, and so imposing the theory was perceived as a sort of cultural attack. This is less of a concern today as the theory of evolution has become more commonplace.
There is, in any case, no reason in the Qur'an to reject the idea that, regardless of how they were initially created, plants and animals have evolved over time.
Yes. Responding to the Salam is obligatory, although offering the Salam is recommended but it is not recommended for men to offer Salam to non Mahram females.
Divorce is the most disliked permissible act in Islam. It should be avoided as much as possible that is why Islam has kept many conditions for a valid Talaq which are not so easy.
Divorce should not be declared by the husband with out a proven fault or confirmed failure from the wife where she is unable or not willing to repair.
Divorce should not be a weapon against innocent wife, otherwise it can be an act of injustice against her.
No. The main condition for a man to have more than one wife is the practical justice between them. Those men who are unable to have and keep this condition are not allowed but one wife.
Wearing black cloth for mourning the tragedies of the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS) is a sign of the noble feelings of love to Allah, His Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS). It is very good to do so, but it is not obligatory.
No, it is customary. It is not haraam to wear other colours, but sometimes people impose restrictions or expectations and are judgmental towards other beyond what Allah requires.
Yes, there is no issue with wearing a silver bracelet in Islam, as long as it is also culturally acceptable as well, and does not elude to anything bad or negative.
And Allah knows best.
If a man was to conduct a secret marriage with another Muslim woman without telling his wife, that nikah he did is considered valid, although it is not advisable in any way, for the many ramifications it will have.
A spousal relationship is based on trust, transparency, commitment and loyalty.
With prayers for your success.