In this counseling answer:
• Islam prohibits abuse. It is a sin.
• If you have family in the area, I suggest you reach out to them.
• Seek counseling.
As Salamu ‘Alaikum dear sister,
Yes! You have many rights in Islam as a Muslim, as a woman, as a wife, and a mother. Please see this link for a list of some of your rights. You have the right to be respected, loved, treated with kindness, provided for (maintained), to live in a peaceful home, to live in safety, to name a few.
You are in an abusive relationship my dear sister. Islam prohibits abuse. It is a sin. You are not only being abused by your husband but your mother-in-law as well. It is appalling. Your husband says you can be replaced? So can he! You do not want to live in an abusive relationship anyhow. You are worth much more than that! You are a pious, intelligent, beautiful Muslimah who deserves the best of husbands. He is not one of the best.
I suggest you get yourself to a safe place and begin counseling to deal with the effects of abusive relationships as well as consulting with an attorney. This is not an Islamic marriage.
If you have family in the area, I suggest you reach out to them. If not and you feel you are in danger, contact the authorities, only if it is safe to do so. While I do not know where you live, please do follow up and look for counselors and domestic violence hotlines on the internet. However, after doing so, please take care to erase your browsing history.
Sister, Allah (swt) loves you and did not create marriage as a place of a battleground. He did not bless a man with a wife, so he could use her as his physical and verbal punching bag. This is not Islam. Sadly, this is a sickness prevalent in so many of today’s marriages worldwide.
Please seek counseling and a way out as soon as possible. Please seek refuge in Allah (swt) and make du’aa’ that He (swt) grants ease. He (swt) is the most merciful, sister. When you are in a stable situation, please do take the time to study Islamic rights of women. It will help clarify so much for you. Knowing our religion is a protection sister and gives us the wisdom to avoid hardships such as this.
You are in our prayers. Please do let us know how you are doing.
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