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The Sharia of Muhammad in the KORAN
Conduct 3 - Breast Feeding (radha'a )
Sura al-Baqara 2:223 (Hanb) - Tahara (Ritual Purity)
2:223 Your wives are your tillage; go in therefore unto your tillage in what manner soever ye will: And do first some act [that may be profitable] unto your souls; and fear God, and know that ye must meet him; and bear good tidings unto the faithful.
Sura al-Baqara 2:232 (Malik+Hanb) - Nikah (Marriage)
2:232 But when ye have divorced [your] wives, and they have fulfilled their prescribed time, hinder them not from marrying their husbands, when they have agreed among themselves according to what is honourable. This is given in admonition unto him among you who believeth in God, and the last day. This is most righteous for you, and most pure. God knoweth, but ye know not.
Sura al-Baqara 2:233 (Hanf+Malik) - Nikah (Marriage)
2:233 Mothers [after they are divorced] shall give suck unto their children two full years, to him who desireth the time of giving suck to be compleated; and the father shall be obliged to maintain them and cloath them [in the mean time], according to that which shall be reasonable. No person shall be obliged beyond his ability. A Mother shall not be compelled [to what is unreasonable] on account of her child, nor a father on account of his child. And the heir [of the father] shall be obliged to do in like manner. But if they choose to wean [the child before the end of two years], by common consent, and on mutual consideration, it shall be no crime in them. And if ye have a mind to provide a nurse for your children, it shall be no crime in you, in case ye fully pay what ye offer [her], according to that which is just. And fear God, and know that God seeth whatsoever ye so.
Sura al-Nisa' 4:23 (Hanf+Malik+Shaf+Hanb) - Nikah (Marriage)
4:23 Ye are forbidden [to marry] your mothers, and your daughters, and your sisters, and your aunts both on the fathers and on the mothers side, and your brothers daughters, and your sisters daughters, and your mothers who have given you suck, and your foster-sisters, and your wives mothers, and your daughters-in-law which are under your tuition, [born] of your wives unto whom ye have gone in, - but if ye have not gone in unto them, it shall be no sin in you [to marry them], - and the wives of your sons who [proceed] out of your loins; and [ye are also forbidden] to take to wife two sisters; except what is already past: For God is gracious and merciful.
Sura Luqman 31:14 (Malik) - Nikah (Marriage)
31:14 We have commanded man concerning his parents, - his mother carrieth him [in her womb] with weakness and faintness, and he is weaned in two years, - [saying], be grateful unto me, and to thy parents. Unto me shall all come [to be judged].
Sura al-Ahqaf 46:15 (Malik) - Nikah (Marriage)
46:15 We have commanded man [to shew] kindness to his parents: His mother beareth him [in her womb] with pain, and bringeth him forth with pain: And [the space of] his being carried [in her womb], and [of] his weaning, [is] thirty months; until, when he attaineth his age of strength, and attaineth [the age of] forty years, he saith, o Lord, excite me, by thy inspiration, that I may be grateful for thy favours, wherewith thou hast favoured me and my parents; and that I may work righteousness, which may please thee: And be gracious unto me in my issue; for I am turned unto thee, and am a Moslem.
Sura al-Talaq 65:6 (Hanb) - Nikah (Marriage)
65:6 Suffer the [women whom ye divorce] to dwell in [some part] of [the houses] wherein ye dwell; [according to the room and conveniencies] of the [habitations] which ye possess: And make them not uneasy, that ye may reduce them to straits. And if they be with child, expend on them [what shall be needful], until they be delivered of their burthen. And if they suckle [their children] for you, give them their hire; and consult among yourselves, according to what shall be just and reasonable. And if ye be put to a difficulty [herein], and another [woman] shall suckle [the child] for him,