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My Husband Refuses to Live with Me!

My Husband Refuses to Live with Me!

In this counseling answer: • Speak with your husband to determine if he wants to heal the marriage. • If he does, seek out counseling or a mediator. Practice non-confrontational communication and show support for his emotions. • Communicate honestly with him about your feelings and desires. • Seek out an Imam and make time …

Barirah and Mughith

Barirah and Mughith - A Love Story at the Prophet's Time

This is a fictional piece of creative writing, inspired by the story of the Prophet’s Companions, Barirah and Mughith. Their story is famously quoted in books of hadith, and resonates withhuman experiences that are not often discussed amongst Muslims – that of love, both passionate and unrequited, of heartbreak, and of the tumultuous nature of …

Wife Wants to See Me Only At the Weekends

Wife Wants to See Me Only At the Weekends

In this counseling answer: • I would kindly suggest that insha’Allah, you try to look at your situation from a different perspective.You do have a job. You are striving to support her. You are a pious brother. However, she wants a home. Nowhere in the Qur’an does it state that you must buy a home. …

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My Little Son Still Sleeping in My Bed!

In this counseling answer: •Babies sleep better because they feel safe and secure next to their mother, because they are more relaxed, and because their needs are met more quickly •Mothers sleep better because the baby cries less, nursing is easier, and the baby goes to sleep faster and easier (allowingmotherto get more sleep) •Bonding …

You're Free Is It Divorce

"You're Free": Is It Divorce?

Wa `alaykumAs-SalamuwaRahmatullahiwaBarakatuh. 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: Ifa husband says to his wife “you are free”, it falls under the category of allusivewords that need intention to affect divorce. That means this …

What Is the (Waiting Period) in Case of Khul?

What Is the (Waiting Period) in Case of Khul?

Is it necessary after khul to observe iddah (waiting period) and confine at home for 4 months, though she did not meet her husband for the last 4 years, and will not work anymore during that period (4 months)? In that case, how will she bear daily necessities?

10 Things I Learned from My Ex

10 Things I Learned from My Ex

Whether it’s sprung on you suddenly, or it’s been creeping up on you for a while; whether it’s something you needed for yourself or something you never wanted… divorce is a difficult experience to go through. It is a painful process with a deep emotional toll, and for many, it can (understandably) be the source …

Calling Wife as “Mother”: Amounts to Divorce?

Calling Wife as “Mother”: Amounts to Divorce?

Wa `alaykum as-salamu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. 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: As for your question, actions are based on intentions. Hence, if the husband does not intend the literal meaning of …



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