In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Ever Merciful.
Muslims who believe in the Messiah, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani (as)
Q1 @ 01:55 Is niqab and burqah the only Islamic dress for women? What is the Islamic way of dressing?
Q2 @ 06:20 This verse of the Holy Quran 4:70 "And whoso obeys Allah and this Messenger of His shall be among those on whom Allah has bestowed His blessings, namely, the Prophets, the Truthful, the Martyrs, and the Righteous. And excellent companions are these." is often quoted as an answer to the prayer in Surah Fatiha (First Chapter of the Holy Quran) as a response to the prayer "Guide us in the right path, The path of those on whom Thou hast bestowed Thy blessings". These blessings are for all muslim men and women as they both recite these prayers, but only men can attain the right to prophethood?
Q3 @ 17:45 The pre-nuptial agreements are pretty popular in today's society, what is the Islamic view?
Q4 @ 24:45 Why women are not allowed in Islam to personally say consent at the time of Nikah?
Q5 @ 30:10 In modern society the age of marriage is going higher and higher which is sometimes due to education and career development and some people seems to "enjoy the life to the max" by touring which may become burdensome and expensive after marriage as you'll have to take the family with you. What guidance does Islam give as to the age of marriage as is it allowed to delay marriage for education or gain life experiences?
Q6 @ 36:25 Why the consent of father or wali (guardian) of girl necessary in Nikah? Who can be a wali?
Q7 @ 43:10 Islamic marriages have distinctively two ceremonies, one at the day of Nikah/Wedding from the bride side, and then Walima by the groom. In Western society there is only one ceremony which is simpler and cost effective. Why we cannot do one ceremony in Islam?
Q8 @ 51:00 Question about latest fertility options.