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Muhammad Aslam, Chicago - wrote on 11/12/2009 5:52:53 PM
Comment:This article is great, and it is realty especially for the children who are growing up in the western culture. It is a must read for everyone young or veteran couples.
Dr. Navid Anwar, Peshawar - wrote on 11/11/2009 6:37:17 PM
Comment:very good article, brief yet so complete !!!
khan, kohat - wrote on 9/30/2009 5:06:02 AM
Comment:ur articl is the most needed1 & the most helpful1.i really liked ur article & apreciate u 4 ths noble work.may Allah s.w.t help all the couples 2 follow this n b happy.amin.summa amin
Nofisah, Canada - wrote on 2/8/2006 11:08:04 AM
Comment:Salam Aleikum, i must say a big Jazakumulla khaira to you guys, because i came across this article just at the point i really needed Allah to guide me right in my marriage, which is just over a month old.so with the knowledge that i have gained from this article i believe it would really help our marriage to be a lasting one Insha Allah. May Almighty Allah continue to guide you all to the right path. ameen.
Kadri Kifilu, NYC - wrote on 1/19/2006 2:00:09 PM
Comment:This article exhaust all the ingredients to the path to happy marriage. The article is informative and enlightening as well.
I believe that couples who seek happiness in this world and the hereafter owe it themselves to incorporate points in this article in their relationship.
Christine, California - wrote on 9/11/2005 10:19:34 AM
Comment:Regardless of one's faith-beliefs (Christian, Jewish, atheist, etc.), if people followed these recommendations, there wouldn't be any divorce in marriage or abuse in any relationships (professional or personal).
The only unfortunate recommendations are concerning the negativity on interfaith relationships. Strip away our skin and we all have the same needs.
Faith needs to be practiced silently through modeling, not preaching.
crissy, Fords - wrote on 7/24/2005 12:12:55 PM
Comment: I really needed this so much you have answered all of my Questions I will save this for a very long time thankyou.
ghazala, schaumburg - wrote on 7/22/2005 3:12:39 PM
Comment:i felt really good after this...this not only gave me a correct picture but also gave me encouragement for to decide about where i am standing in my marrage
Nadege, USA - wrote on 7/16/2005 3:46:38 PM
Comment:a response to Mstoval - you'll just have to get used to the controlling attitude. I'm married to an African Muslim and I feel it firsthand. To me it doesn't matter so much though because I also appreciate his many positive qualities. You're a free person, so am I, but we chose to marry into this culture so too bad. The article is actually great.
mstovall, texas - wrote on 5/26/2005 2:57:04 AM
Comment:i really need help! i am married to a muslim man and i am a christian. i am a very good wife by choice, but somehow i feel as though my husband holds it against me that i,m american. learning as much as i could about the muslim/arbic culture,still i feel nothings NEVER! good enough. im sick of the controlling attitude, i feel since i was born free i should not have to beg for freedom in our home. are most muslim marriages this way??? anyone can respond ms
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