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He was Forced to Marry Her but Still Wants Me

He was Forced to Marry Her but Still Wants Me

Answer: As-Salamu `Alaikum Sister, Thank you for sending us your question. It is evident that you are caught in a difficult situation, and you are confused about what to do next. I ask Allah to guide you and to give you the courage to stand up for what is right with patience and perseverance. It …

I Only Knew Him For Five Days

I Only Knew Him For Five Days

Answer: As-Salamu `Alaykum, Thank you so much for writing to us with this rather complex situation. We makedu`aa’ to Allah to guide you to choose what is best for your faith, family, and future. As a general comment, we do want to point out that precisely one of the reasons Islam forbids premarital relationships is …

How to Spend My Life with Someone I Don’t Like?

How to Spend My Life with Someone I Don’t Like?

Answer: As-Salaam ‘Aleikom sister, Thank you for contacting us regarding your problem. We appreciate it. I will try my best to advice you the best I can, In sha’ Allah. I am very saddened to hear about what has happened to you. Unfortunately, there are many marriages that are unfair and can make a person’s …

Don’t Feel Ready for Marriage, but My Parents Pressurize Me

Don’t Feel Ready for Marriage, but My Parents Pressurize Me

Answer: As-Salaam ‘Aleikum sister, We are so glad that you have reached out for some help and advice on this very difficult subject. I know there are many, many girls who are in a similar position like you. I will try my best to advice you, in sha’ Allah. Forced marriage is a practice in …

Parents Prevent Me From Marrying the Girl I Love

Parents Prevent Me From Marrying the Girl I Love

Answer: As-Salamu `Alaikum dear brother, Thank you for your question. May Allah guide you to what is best for you, your family and all other parties, and may He bestow you with consent and happiness in your life. Effective communication is the key here in your situation. This is when people manage to listen actively …

He Wants to Marry Me, His Dad Wants Someone Else

He Wants to Marry Me, His Dad Wants Someone Else

Answer: As-Salamu ‘Alaikumsister, It is a difficult situation to be in when two people wish to get married, but they don’t have the support of the family. You are torn between abandoning the proposal to please the family but potentially face unhappiness in a marriage anddispleasing the family to satisfy your desire to marry the …

He Doesn’t Want to Marry Me, but Parents Force Him

He Doesn’t Want to Marry Me, but Parents Force Him

Answer: Dear sister, Thank you for trusting our abilities to guide you through a difficult phase in life. Marriage is a sacred bond which serves the purpose of establishing a family as put forward by Islam. This institution is a mixture of love, care, commitment, understanding, sacrifice, and compromise where both partners are supposed to …



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