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abdulwasiu, nigeria,ibadab - wrote on 1/18/2012 1:03:06 PM
Comment:May Allah grant these researchers with aljanat fridao
Temi, Hyattsville, MD - wrote on 1/13/2012 9:54:11 AM
Comment:Well writing. May Almight Allah reward you for this great article.
Ibraheem A. Bello, Kano,Nigeria. - wrote on 12/1/2011 12:16:56 AM
Comment:This is a great job.May Allah reward your efforts,as you strife in the course of Islam,AMEEN.
Anillah O., California - wrote on 4/28/2011 11:30:01 PM
Comment:Relationships are made up with trust. For partners to live happily ever after, they must be able to trust one another with sensitive information, including knowledge of personal finances. Fighting about money can throw a monkey wrench in a seemingly perfect coupling. Jill Gianola, a registered financial adviser with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, has some advice for how couples can best avoid money quarrels. I found this here: How to avoid money arguments, for couples
M.A , D.C - wrote on 4/11/2011 2:03:29 PM
Leena, Toronto - wrote on 3/2/2010 3:52:07 PM
Comment:It all depends on which way you look at it. Again like the other user said, it's much easier said then done. Sometimes it's not even mother in laws and father in laws, it's often times brother in laws or sister in laws that constantly interfere in your life and your husband doesnt say anything even if you tell him how you feel. What must one do in that kind of situation?
Angela, Dallas - wrote on 10/2/2009 9:39:53 PM
Comment:The only problem I can find with this is the fact that you didn't mention that in three of the four major schools of thought it is not the woman's legal responsibility to take care of the home. She is supposed to get some domestic help (within her husband's means).
kamran, Uk - wrote on 1/18/2006 9:29:15 AM
Comment:Assalamu'Alaykum wa Rahmatullah
Subhanallah very good article hope one can act accordingly, If readers criticise than it only shows their ignorance and unprivilidged upbringing (unislamic) wassallam.
Muslimah, Canada - wrote on 11/20/2004 10:38:53 AM
Comment:Salaams...good article...but it is much easier said than done...especially if you are living with in-laws from the beginning...really one must turn to Allah (swt) and ask for LOTS of patience and tolerance in these types of situations...and another thing is to give it time, be open minded and willing to compromise...
Maryam Arinola Alege, Lagos, Nigeria - wrote on 9/1/2004 8:08:40 AM
This is a very good aricle that should serve as a must read for all married Couples/about to marry ones especially in the west and amongst the Elite Muslims of East and africa in general.
It should be seen as a sort of guidelines to live a blissful and a rewarding marriage.
Jazakallahu for the Researcher.
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