Here we commence our discussion of the results that the practice of wet nursing in Selangor is on the rise. This practice is due to the emergence of awareness among the public about the importance and advantages of breastfeeding. These findings proved to have been established by these findings of the percentage and frequency of wet nursing practices by Muslim mothers in Selangor is very satisfying. In the work presented here, we concluded that respondents had extensive experience related to wet nursing. This indicates that respondents have extensive experience in marriage and the intricacies of breastfeeding. They had the number of children who are breastfed until reaching ten children. Most of these children are breastfed five times or more. This means when a baby is being breastfed by women other than his or her biological mother for five times or more within the period of the first two years, and the baby then becomes her milk son or milk daughter. Therefore, that mother becomes mahram or haram (illegal) to be awed by the child she nursed . The term mahram is used to denote a level of relationship between close family members, i.e., those with whom the hijab does not have to be observed .
However, there are still some respondents who breastfeed their milk children less than five times in any legislation that does not meet the requirement of the child can be classified as a suckling. This indicates that there are still some respondents who do not understand that breastfeeding will only be convicted of breastfeeding at least five times. According to Zulkifli  that it would condemn the child-mother relationship when the total breastfeeding rate is five times full. However, this is contrary to the National Fatwa Councils of Malaysia  opinion on conditions of fullness that were not touched on in the discussion but were expressed fivefold. Siti Zainab  stated there is no language or legal standard for determining to breastfeed. However, one possible method is to adhere to the custom or recognition of the mother [17, 18, 19, 20]. Besides, the baby's need for breast milk also varies depending on his age, stomach capacity, level of activity, and sleep patterns. According to Nazirah and Zaharah , infants are given the ability to determine the level of their food. Naturally, babies will show signs when they are hungry and stop by themselves when they are full.
In the case of feeding method, the majority of respondents know that there were two methods of feeding agreed by the majority of Scholars to make the baby mahram because of breastmilk. They were feeding directly from the breast and breastfeeding indirectly with the aid of breastfeeding such use tubes, bottles, Supplemental Nursing System (SNS) and the like with the proviso that inhaled by the baby milk must reach the stomach . The argument is that breast milk is a staple food for babies who grow flesh and bone lengthening, just as babies feed directly from the breast. However, if the procedure is done by injecting milk through the anus, liquid milk dripping into the eyes, ears, or in the wounds of the body, then the baby is not valid as a suckling . Fatwa Selangor  explained that breast milk mixed with other ingredients is the same as breast milk and not mixed with food, beverages or any other because of the suckler milk child is found to be necessary to meet the conditions prescribed by the Islamic Law. The results showed that many respondents were mixing breast milk with a variety of other foods such as formula milk porridge, biscuits, and cereal. Breast milk was mixed with pureed fruits/vegetables. However, most respondents provided only breast milk without mixing it with other foods.
In Malaysia, the demand and supply of breast milk are becoming increasingly widespread and widely accepted . In fact, at the same time, some women who have a surplus of milk were prepared to sell it to those in need. However, this research found most respondents voluntarily provided their milk without charge. Nonetheless, this study also shows that several respondents make wet nursing practice as a source of income. This proves that the media  reported stating that the activity of offering breast milk to anyone who wants it and earning a fair amount of money is happening. This development can lead to an unhealthy phenomenon as if it could be considered a lucrative career. We hope the authorities take this activity seriously and take more aggressive steps to curb it. The 153rd Fatwa Census issued by the Federal Territory Mufti Office also made it clear that the legal sale of breast milk is not allowed. This is because the sale could result in the mixing of mahram and bringing Muslims into doubt and illicit affairs.
It is crucial to record the wet-nursing practices to avoid any misunderstandings between a breastfeeding mother and her milk child and their descendants. Although most respondents took their initiative to record wet nursing data, there were still some respondents who felt that recording was unnecessary. The study conducted by Siti Fatimah et al.  shows that documenting evidence of breastfeeding by individual bodies such as the National Registration Department is an essential step in harmonizing the Islamic family system. This was also touched upon by the Federal Territory Mufti, Dr. Zulkifli al-Bakri , who recommended the creation of a special card for breastfeeding infants from not his/her biological mother, to avoid problems of misunderstanding the relationship between the giver and the recipient. In the absence of any specific record, it reveals the problem from the angle of Islamic law as well as health. According to Azizah  states that the adoptive mother breastfeeds the child to provide a witness or proof that she has breastfed the child to avoid any problems later. It thus leads to the issue of notes or records as a wet nurse as proof of the practice. In addition, each milk donor should write on the bottle the name of the contributing mother. A total of five times as much as possible will convince the child and the mother of the relationship based on the majority of Scholars.
Breastfeeding plays a vital role in the development of love, attachment and dependence on the mother, has been proven by Muslim scholars [27, 28, 29, 30, 31] and research by non-Muslims [32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38]. This is consistent with the findings of this study in which almost all the items involving the practice of wet nursing to convict lineage, noting the high percentage and mean. Most respondents were aware of the practice as well as in connection with the implementation of breastfeeding and the implications for milk. It has also been supported by the findings Zanariah et al. , which states that the awareness of the Muslim community in Selangor on the effects and laws of breastfeeding, especially on the aspects of genitalia, lineage, and marriage is at an outstanding level.