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Aslaamualaikum

Sorry to bother you again.

1)If two Muslims are talking about the Iddat of a woman after her husband dies. So four months and 10 days. And one of the muslim verbally says: ‘our Pakistani people do Iddat for forty days instead of four months and 10 days. And doing the iddat for full four months and 10 days is hard.’

Does the Muslim verbally saying the above become a kaafir? The Muslim verbally saying the above does not disagree with the Iddat ruling or any Islamic ruling.

2) If two Muslims are talking about the Iddat of a woman after her husband dies. So four months and 10 days. And one of the muslim verbally says: ‘things/life gets harder for women if their husbands die before them, they have to go through a lot and also four months and 10 days iddat is long and hard to do.’

Does the Muslim verbally saying the above become a kaafir? The Muslim verbally saying the above does not disagree with the Iddat ruling or any Islamic ruling.

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Asked on May 24, 2016 4:47 pm
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1.) No, but a big sinner.

2.) No, but a big sinner.

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Answered on June 7, 2016 1:06 pm