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mariam, nottingham - wrote on 9/7/2010 6:25:23 PM
Comment:salam. after 11 months of my marriage, me and my husband separated due to misunderstandings caused by his family. now me and my husband wand to patch things up and live together but his family is causing more and more problems and are sayin that we have been separated for over 3 months so the thalaak has automatically happened.
could you plz help me and tell me wether we are divorce and also what are the different ways that can cause divorce when we'r aparted..
zakeenah, usa - wrote on 7/11/2010 11:55:30 PM
Comment:this is the frist time of me being married and my husband is much older than me , we fight alot because he say I don't want to do any thing and that I'm lazy and I'm not the cleanest person in the world but I love my husband with all my heart and I know I need to keep the house clean and cook for my family but at the same time I thought things were to be 50/50 he does what he has to do as a husband n he is great at it I just need to know what to do as a wife he has been married before and this is my frist and I need help so please if you can help me help me cause I don't want to lose the best thing in my life
naheed, manchester - wrote on 5/8/2010 4:14:25 PM
Comment:asslam alaykum. is it permissible for a women to divorce her husband for another man
needhelp, - wrote on 3/30/2010 7:43:43 PM
Comment:I have been married for 6 years now. Early in our marraige i found out about my husband's porn addiction. We had lots of arguments over the years and as a muslim female i keep telling myself to perserve hoping things will get better, ofcourse it is a vicious cycle. He is a wonderful person and a good father but i feel i cannot carry on. I keep asking him to turn to Allah for guidance but he prays and tries for a couple of days until he falls back into his old habits. Is this good enough grounds to divorce my husband? I do not have any desire for him anymore, i've been hurt so much over the years.
Mohamed, Mombasa - wrote on 2/17/2010 3:43:11 AM
Nadeem, Lahore - wrote on 2/12/2010 2:50:53 AM
Comment:All the things, you have described in this article. Are enough as a guideline for new married and married couples. But if a wife commits abortion without the permission of her husband. What Islam says about it?
isaan , UK - wrote on 11/30/2009 7:53:30 AM
Comment:im 14 years old. and it took my dad 6 weeks to divorce my mum. he left my mum and 3 sisters
Abdullah, Vancouver - wrote on 9/28/2009 2:01:47 AM
Comment:Great article- very useful and succinct.
To Riaz: Perhaps you should re-read the article, as well as your duties as a Muslim man/husband. You should feel lucky your wife is even with you, as she has had grounds to divorce you for the last 5 years.
Doran Al-amin Harris, columbus ohio - wrote on 5/22/2005 9:10:33 PM
Comment:I am a muslim who has married a non-muslim who is god fearing even if she may not wholey believe in the oneness of Allah yet ,but this is my own opinuon,yet i find it very hard at times to talk to her about islam with out it turning into an arguement that creates a barriear between us that seems almost to past beyond.I write to get some helpful feedback on the subject.
riaz, manchester - wrote on 8/23/2004 6:53:35 AM
Comment:salam, I like to thank you for the email on muslim problems and seek advise for a friend, but like to ask if a woman did not respect her husband properly and her reasons are said to be because he has not had full time work for over 5 years and is not supporting her etc. Keep in mind she is an ambious person and career orienated. She has seperate rooms for last 3 years with her husband and often swears at his parents etc and downgrades him. Even though he did not work on fulltime basis he cooked etc and studied with part time work. He can not communicate with her fully and they have a 12 year old boy. The wife has a very bad temper and likes to dominate but has provide alot for the family. Can you advise please. allah hafiz
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