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When people ask you about acting as decision maker in sharing inheritance property then, do you ask them if any other inheritors exist. You in fact were involved not long ago in Zambia where the male inheritors abided by your decision but the female inheritors got nothing – this is against the sharia law.
It must be incumbent on people like you to ensure that all those entitled to the inheritance in accordance with sharia law are considered. In the Zambia case the three brothers divided the assets between themselves using you as the arbitrator. The sad part is that they use this as some kind of legitimacy now for denying the female inheritors.

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Asked on February 4, 2016 12:44 am
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What they did was absolutely wrong. I must have asked if there are any other heirs. They have committed major sin by depriving their sisters.
They will have no ‘Barakaat’ in their lives let alone what awaits them in the Aakhiraat.

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Answered on March 8, 2016 6:27 pm