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abdul mojiburahman, cagayan de oro city - wrote on 5/27/2010 10:30:33 PM
Iman, San Jose - wrote on 4/27/2010 2:07:34 PM
Comment:This is to the Houston Muslim Sister with a cheating husband:
You should go on with your life and divorce him. He does not fear Allah(swt) and does not respect you. As Dr. Phil says, "The past is a good indicator of the future." I found this to be very true with a spouse I had. Its just not worth the pain and anguish and you will go through tough times but in time you will feel whole and sane.
muslimsister, houston - wrote on 4/1/2010 4:56:03 PM
Comment:salams, i would like some advice on divorce, if a husband is caught having cheated in the past, what is my obligation as a wife islamically do i have to take him back, or can i divorce him? especially confused because he says he wants to try at the marriage but is not changing his ways. JazakAllah
haleema, washington dc - wrote on 3/2/2010 6:26:51 PM
Comment:As-salaamu Alaykum, just looking for a site that can give me good advice on my recent heart breaking divorce.
Kamal, Chicago - wrote on 2/2/2010 10:46:06 AM
response to makny from UK
Instead of being prohibited it is encouraged to marriage of those who have committed haram relations.
Both of them should seek God's forgiveness
Both should say Shahadah again
Both of them should stay away from each other until they get married
And live a life of good deed.
makny, uk - wrote on 2/1/2010 9:37:55 PM
Comment:i really like comments of people.very informative.ok i have question.is it haram to marry with the girl to whome u had sex before marriage according islam.plz reply on my email
aneesfathima, chennai - wrote on 3/18/2005 5:59:59 AM
Comment:want to ask so many questions about day today life can u facilitate for that plz..... can u make us clear with our problems it would be ur most kindness
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