Divorce case

Wa `alaykum as-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh.


These reasons are not sufficient for divorce. Islam permitted a Muslim to marry a second and a third wife in case he is afraid he may commit fornication or is in need for a wife to pay much more care about him.

In all cases, he is allowed to practice polygamy after making sure he can afford those families and be just to them.


In such situations, a Muslim is not encouraged to divorce his wife, but he should maintain her and care about her even if she does not seem ideal and perfect in all aspects.


A woman in such a situation can also waiver some of her rights for the sake of maintaining her relation with her husband.


By all means life is not only constructed on physical relationship but there are other aspects which strengthen a person’s relation with his spouse which require struggling to be patient and being kind to the other parties specially when he or she is exposed to trials and tribulations of this life.


Almighty Allah knows best.

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