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PostSubject: If there are ongoing arguments and disputes with the husband   Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:27 am

Question:
Is
it better for a woman who has been married for almost 5 years and have
3 children to bear with these problems or separate well the problems
are as follows im often misunderstood by my husband he calls it talking
back and disobedience al-hamdulillah i have a all knowing and just lord
its still some way somehow by the end of the conversation ive fallen
very weak and say things that a mutaquee wouldn’t say or him and it
always or 80% of the time appear to be the bad person and I really feel
like I might often be cursed by the angels at night and on the other
hand I feel like if its not my fault and I say sorry anyway and seek
asstagfir then im ok but u can never be to sure I just feel like im
sinng and he said i complain a lot wallahi i can go on for hours with
what my husband put me through but im going to try to focus on me well
I feel like he exaggerate he say I want to be the man so ill say well
we know that’s not good cause u want ur dua answered so why don’t we
separate like the ayat say and if u fear that u can not meet the set
ordainments by Allah then separate so there most of it im really
confused all though most of the time im unhappy and so is he, I feel
like he’s not being honest with himself cause if I were disobedient
complainer want to imitate the man then why would he still be married
to me please please please give me some advise I don’t want to keep
upsetting Allah or him he do say I drive him crazy he say I want to
argue everyday im so scared oh Allah forgive us all 4 our sins aameen.


Answer:
Praise be to Allaah.



Allaah has enjoined
marriage, blessed man with it and made it one of His signs. He tells us that
one of the greatest wisdoms behind marriage is to create tranquillity, love
and compassion between the spouses. Allaah says (interpretation of the
meaning):


“And among His Signs is
this, that He created for you wives from among yourselves, that you may find
repose in them, and He has put between you affection and mercy”


[al-Room 30:21].

The purpose of marriage
that Allaah intended cannot be achieved unless the spouses treat one another
kindly, which means that each of them should do his or her duty towards the
other.


The wife should obey her
husband on a reasonable basis, and allow him to do what Allaah has permitted
of physical enjoyment, and stay in her house and not go out except with his
permission. She has the right that her husband should clothe her, spend on
her and provide accommodation for her on a reasonable basis, and she is
entitled to kind treatment from him. Allaah says (interpretation of the
meaning):
“and live with them honourably” [al-Nisa’
4:19]
.

Our advice to the husband,
first of all, is to do his duty towards his wife. If he sees some
shortcoming in her in some aspect, then there may be some other aspect in
her that calls him to stay with her and not divorce her. Allaah says
(interpretation of the meaning):
“If you dislike
them, it may be that you dislike a thing and Allaah brings through it a
great deal of good” [al-Nisa’ 4:19]
. And the
Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “No believing
man should hate a believing woman. If he dislikes one of her
characteristics, he may be pleased with another.” Narrated by Muslim (1469)
from Abu Hurayrah.


We think that the husband
has done that, and that despite what he finds in his wife he should put up
with her harm, and perhaps this is what the sister is surprised at, that the
husband divorce her. Because the husband, by his wisdom and reason, can see
that there is the possibility of correcting and changing his wife, and he is
aware that the harm that would result from the break-up of the family and
loss of his children through divorce is greater than the harm that results
from arguments and her showing disrespect to him.


Our advice to the wife is
to fear Allaah with regard to her husband and remember that he is her
Paradise and her Hell. She may enter Paradise because of him or she may
enter Hell. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)
said: “Look at how you are with him – the husband – because he is your
Paradise and your Hell.” Narrated by Ahmad (18524); classed as hasan by
al-Albaani in al-Silsilah al-Saheehah (220). Allaah has enjoined her
to obey him on a reasonable basis, and the Prophet (peace and blessings
of Allaah be upon him) told women of the great rights that the husband has
over the wife, and that if he were to order anyone to prostrate to anyone,
he would have ordered the wife to prostrate to the husband, as was narrated
by al-Tirmidhi (1159) from Abu Hurayrah and classed as saheeh.


The wise woman does that
which Allaah has enjoined upon her, and she does not transgress the limits
set by Allaah. Transgression of the wife against the husband includes
reviling him and arguing with him a great deal. If they have children, then
it is more sinful, because her reviling him makes the children dare to
disobey their father, and he loses respect in their eyes, and this has a
negative impact on their upbringing.


If you know that you can
set right the mistakes that you have made, then you must hasten to do that,
by seeking forgiveness, repenting, regretting it and resolving not to do
such things again. You must also ask your husband for forgiveness and obey
him and treat him kindly. Thus you will earn the pleasure of Allaah and the
pleasure of your husband, and you will raise your children well. This is the
domestic bliss that many people miss out on, which slips through their
fingers, but they are careless or too arrogant to set things straight.


If you think that you are
not able to set things straight or have no intention of doing so, then we
advice you to separate and ask your husband for khula’, and you have to give
him whatever you agree upon of the mahr, or more or less than that, so that
he will divorce you. This is better for you than persisting in disobedience
and increasing your burden of sin.


Strive – may Allaah bless
you – to set things straight in your home, make your husband happy and bring
your children up well. Strive to stay with him, adopt a good attitude and
refrain from everything that will make him think badly of you and cause
division between you and your husband. We can sense from your words that you
feel sorry about things that you have done that are contrary to sharee’ah.
This is good but it needs to be strengthened. Strive to say du’aa’s at times
when du’aa’s are answered, asking Allaah to purify your heart and actions,
and to bless you with a good attitude. Do not hesitate to admit your
mistakes to your husband and work out an agreement with him to set things
straight between you. Refrain from arguing and reviling, and strive to be a
good companion. We advise you to do ‘Umrah together, and to have a program
to strengthen your faith and increase the bonds between you, such as
fasting, reading Qur’aan and listening to useful tapes.


We ask Allaah to guide you
to that which is best in this world and the Hereafter.

And Allaah is the Source of
strength
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PostSubject: Which is better, to recite Qur’aan from the Mushaf or from m   Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:29 am

Question:
Is it better to recite from the Mushaf
than from memory? Please explain.


Answer:

Praise be to Allaah.

If one is reciting Qur’aan in situations other than
in prayer, then reading from the Mushaf is better, because it is more accurate and helps
one to remember better. But if reciting from memory is easier and helps one to concentrate
more and have better presence of mind (khushoo’), then one should recite from memory.


In prayer, however, it is better to recite from memory, because if a
person recites from the Mushaf, he will be doing repeated actions such as holding the
Mushaf, putting it down, turning its pages and looking at the letters. By doing so he will
miss out on putting his right hand over his left hand on his chest when standing during
the prayer, or spreading out his arms during rukoo’ and sujood, if he puts the Mushaf
under his arm. Hence we think that it is preferable for a person who is praying to recite
from memory rather than from the Mushaf.


We see some people when they pray behind the imaam, carrying the Mushaf
and following the imaam’s recitation. This is something which should not be done, for
the reasons we have referred to above, and because they do not need to do anything except
follow the imaam.


However, if the imaam does not have such a good memory, and he says to
one of the members of the congregation, “Pray behind me, and follow me (my
recitation) in the Mushaf, and if I make a mistake, correct me,” then there is
nothing wrong with this.
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