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I Agreed to Abortion: I Feel Terrible

I Agreed to Abortion: I Feel Terrible

In this counseling answer: • As much as you may feel talking about is helpful for you, and to some extent it probably is, it can also have many negative consequences. So, avoid talking about previous sins. • Repent to Allah. • You can use this experience in a positive way to both avoid sin …

Committed Zina & Abortion, Need to Return to Allah

Committed Zina & Abortion, Need to Return to Allah

In this counseling answer: • Allah forgives all sins if you are sincere in your repentance. • Reflect on yourself and what kind of a person you want to become. • Do not allow your feelings towards him to transform you into a prisoner of your own desires. As-Salam ‘Alaikum dear sister,   Thank you for sending us …


Stories of Muslim Women Who Had Abortions

With regards to Muslim women, there is almost no detailed information regarding their experiences with abortion. The sole study available online that focuses specifically on Muslim women is found through the official journal of the College of Family Physicians of Canada.


When to Resume Prayer after Abortion

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: 1- If the aborted fetus is formed at the time of the abortion (spontaneous or otherwise), then the woman takes the same rulings as that of bleeding …

My Wife Had an Abortion; I Thought She Was a Virgin

My Wife Had an Abortion; I Thought She Was a Virgin

In this counseling answer: ” It doesn’t matter if she didn’t tell you about her past. What matters is that you are happy together and are improving each other to be a better Muslims every day. Respect her as you have always done and do not decrease your love and care for her.” As Salaam Aleikom Brother, …


Cancer as a Case Against Abortion

Lost in the politics of women’s health and kept away from public debate, there has been medical evidence that abortion is a contributory factor in the increased incidences of breast cancer.


Forced to be Pregnant, Now I Want an Abortion!

In this counseling answer: “Whether your husband chooses to divorce you or not, he is still responsible for taking care of you during pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding and for the child also. So, from this perspective, regardless of whether you get divorced or not, if he is a good man, acting in line with Islamic …


I'm Pregnant from Zina, and Refused to Abort the Child

In this counseling answer: “I would kindly suggest sister that if you have not already, that you repent to Allah for the zina, get your life together in terms of getting closer to Allah and an having Islamic (life) foundation from which to seek shelter, comfort and mercy in Him. Please do start going to the Masjid if you are …

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I Want To Keep Our Baby, Husband Prays For An Abortion

Short Answer: “Within very specific circumstances and under strict conditions, abortion is permitted. However, a husband cannot simply decide that his wife must get an abortion, nor is she obliged to obey him in this matter. For him to demand this, without a valid reason, is a grave sin for which he will be held …

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