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    As salaamualeikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu.

    I pray you are all in good health and high states of emaan.

    I need some advice on how to improve a situation. My husband is a born-Muslim and I am a revert. He is a citizen in my country where we live. And has been since long before we met. Please keep in mind that my husband and I married later than is usual; I'm 32 and he is 34 - no children yet.

    My husband doesn't pray or go to the mosque. He's never read the entire Quran. This year he fasted some of Ramadan for the first time in over 15 years - only because I asked him to. Furthermore, he complains about my time spent on the deen. I don't perform any sunnah acts in front of him (other than saying bismillah before I eat and giving preference to the right hand/foot as the situation demands, etc.); I try to pray fardh salat when he's busy with something and won't notice, so he won't become upset with me. He expects me to leave my prayers to do chores (even though salat takes less than 10 minutes including wudhu) and causes a fight every time we eat outside of the home since I greatly prefer to eat halaal.

    Alhamdulilah, outside of Islam our marriage is good in many ways. We have a lot of love and respect for one another on matters concerning the dunya and we each work hard for our home and future inshallah. We are generally happy with one another, until the subject of religion comes up. We laugh and play and talk together on many topics without major fitnah. Basically, if it wasn't for the problem with the religion, we would have very few issues at all.

    Before we wed, I understood that he was very devout at heart, but lazy in practice. I thought little of it at the time; I had thought that living with a practicing Muslim would bring him around. But it's been more than a year, and actually, things have been getting worse. He picks fights with me about topics he researches (and about which I have little or no knowledge); some things he says comes close to shirk. I think I was greatly mistaken about his devotion to Islam, although his family assures me that he practiced in his youth.

    I love my husband dearly and I don't want a divorce. I'm quite certain he doesn't want a divorce either. There has to be some way to improve this situation, but I'm at my wits' end. I pray for his return to Islam, but he's becoming more vocal in his opposition to living life as a practicing Muslim.

    If anyone can share some serious advice, I would appreciate it.
    Jazakallahkhair for reading.
    "Do not let your hatred of a people incite you to aggression." Qur'an 5:2

  • #2
    Can you tell us a little bit about his circle of friends that he meets regularly? In my experience they have a huge impact on whether someone practises or not.
    respect refugees

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    • #3
      Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

      My husband doesn't socialize much. He is not interested in mixing with the husbands of friends I have. When he does like someone, they generally don't want to mix with him, because he isn't religious enough. He is more connected to his family; however, almost no one in his family practices, or if they do, they do so sporadically.

      Perhaps I could spend more time trying to find people he could make friends with; jzkhr for the post.
      "Do not let your hatred of a people incite you to aggression." Qur'an 5:2

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      • #4
        Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

        Sis, can I ask why you married such a man?

        For example when I get married, if a potential spouse is absolutely beautiful and her personality is brilliant, but her deen is weak or non existent. Then I wouldn't marry such a woman.
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        • #5
          Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

          wa alaykumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatuhu,

          ya ukhti, you have my sympathy and I am sure most people's du'as here in your difficult situation but you need to told something for your own good...

          This man is not halal for you, a man who does not pray is not Muslim, and it is not fitting for a Muslimah, where a revert or someone born into a Muslim family to stay with someone of such evil inclinations who is ungrateful to their Rabb.

          Is it correct that who prays Friday prayer only is not considered kaafir? I read that sheikh Ben Uthaimeen, may Allah have mercy on him, said: whoever prays Friday prayer is not a kaafir; because he never neglects it, because the prophet, peace be upon him, said (the prayer) not (prayer). Is it true that ibn Uthaimeen and ibn Taymiyah said this?.

          Praise be to Allaah.

          There is a difference of opinion among those who say that the one who does not pray is a kaafir, with regard to the exact definition of the omission of prayer which makes him a kaafir. Most of them are of the view that he becomes a kaafir if he omits one obligatory prayer or two obligatory prayers.

          Some of them are of the view that the one who does not pray does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer altogether.

          The former opinion was narrated by Ishaaq ibn Raahawayh (may Allaah have mercy on him) from the Sahaabah and Taabi’een. Imam Muhammad ibn Nasr al-Maroozi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: I heard Ishaaq say: it is narrated in a saheeh report from the Messenger of Allaah (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) that the one who does not pray is a kaafir, and this was the opinion of the scholars from the time of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) until our own time, that the one who deliberately does not pray without any excuse until the time for the prayer is over is a kaafir.

          The ending of the time means delaying Zuhr until sunset and delaying Maghrib until the sun rises.

          The end of the times for prayer was set as described above because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) joined prayers at ‘Arafah and Muzdalifah and when travelling, so he prayed one of them at the time of the other. Because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) offered the first prayer at the time of the second in some cases, and the second prayer at the time of the first in other cases, the time for both became one time in cases where one has an excuse, just as the menstruating woman, if she becomes pure before sunset, is commanded to pray both Zuhr and ‘Asr, and if she becomes pure at the end of the night, she is commanded to pray both Maghrib and ‘Isha’. End quote from Ta’zeem Qadr al-Salaah (2/929).

          Muhammad ibn Nasr (Allaah have mercy on him) narrated that Imam Ahmad said: No one becomes a kaafir because of sin except the one who deliberately does not pray. If he does not pray until the time for the next prayer begins, he must be asked to repent three times. End quote.

          It was narrated that Ibn al-Mubaarak said: Whoever deliberately does not pray with no excuse until the time is over, is a kaafir. Ta’zeem Qadr al-Salaah (2/297).

          Ibn Hazm said:

          We narrated from ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (me Allaah be pleased with him), Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, Ibn Mas’ood and a number of the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them), and from Ibn al-Mubaarak, Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Ishaaq ibn Raahawayh (may Allaah have mercy on them), and from 17 of the Sahaabah in total (may Allaah be pleased with them) that the one who deliberately and consciously does not offer an obligatory prayer until the time for it ends is a kaafir and an apostate. This is also the view of ‘Abd-Allaah ibn al-Maajishoon, the companion of Maalik. And it was the view of ‘Abd al-Malik ibn Habeeb al-Andalusi and others. End quote from al-Fasl fi’l-Milal wa’l-Ahwa’ wa’l-Nihal, 3/128.

          He (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: And it was narrated from ‘Umar, ‘Abd al-Rahmaan ibn ‘Awf, Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, Abu Hurayrah and others among the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them) that the one who deliberately does not offer one obligatory prayer until the time for it ends is a kaafir and an apostate. End quote from al-Muhalla (2/15).

          This view was also expressed in fatwas by the Standing Committee for Issuing Fatwas, led by Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him).

          Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (6/50, 40)

          Some of the scholars quoted as evidence for this opinion the words of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him): “Whoever does not pray ‘Asr, all his good deeds are cancelled out.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (528), because cancellation of good deeds can only happen as a result of becoming a kaafir, and because of what has been quoted above from the Sahaabah who narrated these hadeeths.

          With regard to the second opinion, which is that the one who does not pray does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer altogether, this is the view of Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him), although he also ruled to be a kaafir the one who misses some prayers and is called by the ruler to pray but does not pray. He also stated that the one who prays sometimes and does not pray sometimes, if he resolves in his heart to give up prayer altogether, then he is inwardly a kaafir, i.e., it is between him and Allaah, may He be exalted.

          See: Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 22/49, 7/715; Sharh al-‘Umdah, 2/94.

          This was also the view of Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: What appears to be the case from the evidence is that he does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer all the time, in the sense that he has decided not to pray, so he does not pray Zuhr, ‘Asr, Maghrib, ‘Isha’ or Fajr. This is the one who is a kaafir. But if he prays one or two obligatory prayers, then he is not a kaafir and he cannot truly be described as having given up prayer. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) said: “Between a man and shirk and kufr stands his giving up prayer (al-salaah)” and he did not say “salaah (a prayer)”. End quote from al-Sharh al-Mumti’ (2/26).

          We could not find any written comment of his concerning one who only offers Friday prayer, but we asked him about that verbally and he replied that it seems that he does become a kaafir because Friday prayer is one of 35 prayers in the week, so the one who only prays Friday prayer can be described as giving up prayer altogether so he could become a kaafir as a result.

          And Allaah knows best.

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          If he will not pray and does other open sins it would be better for you to leave this man, even if you remained childless and husbandless the rest of your life, that would be an easier test to bare and have your faith challenged constantly and be committing zina by staying with a kafir murtad, then if you had children possibly seeing them influenced by his kufr and not only then sinning the rest of your life by staying with him but seeing those you love becomming the burning wood of jahanum, a fire whose fuel is men and stones.

          It is not your fault perhaps you married him not knowing the ruling on marrying a kafir murtad who does not pray, but now you know it it would be best to explain to him clearly and calmly if he does not start praying and make that intention then you will have nothing more to do with him and expect him to leave as he is not halal for you nor you for him.

          Islam is more than just saying 'I'm a Muslim!' it requires you actually to submit, something your husband does not do in even the most basic way and may Allaah swt guide him and us all, ameen.

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            Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

            you have no children and he doesnt pray..............why are you even there? even tonight?
            .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
            نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
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            • #7
              Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

              Originally posted by AbuMubarak View Post
              you have no children and he doesnt pray..............why are you even there? even tonight?
              she is a new muslim, she perhaps doesn't know the ruling on it or was not advised by those around her correctly.

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              • #8
                Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                I knew him before we got married. He said he wanted his children to be raised as Muslims; I researched Islam so I could be a part of that teaching, and alhamdulilah, I fell in love with Islam. During this period, I asked a lot of difficult questions about Islam and he would become very offended and passionate in defending all aspects of the religion. So I thought he had faith, but just didn't have drive. I didn't realize then that not praying says so much about the person's emaan; although I love him, I would not marry him today. However, I don't really have anywhere else to be just now. I am working on going overseas to study Islam, in which case I would be apart from him for at least several months.

                I was married in a mosque, by an imam who has a doctorate in fiqh. He knew my husband didn't practice, but didn't say anything to me. Perhaps he, like me, hoped my husband would come around after some months of marriage. I mean, Allah swt changed my heart; could He not do the same for my husband? I was adamant that I would never revert, but Allah swt is the best Planner. I've talked with the imam at my masjid and another learned brother there; they both suggest I continue to work on my husband and not to give up. But neither of them have offered any real, practical advice as to what I could do other than make dua'.

                I am indeed fearful of the sins that may be held against me by Allah swt as a result of ongoing marriage in light of my husband's actions. However, in other respects, he is a good husband and good companion. I have never met someone like him and cannot simply dissolve the marriage so easily. Some further efforts must be tried; divorce is terrible in Islam, is it not?

                As has been said, I fear mostly for any child we may have, because they would be confused as to what is the truth and what they should do. Even my husband agrees that his arguing finer points of shariah (which don't even apply to our lives) would cause confusion for any child we may have. I've asked him things like, "what would you do if your child asked you to pray?" He becomes very emotional and replies that he would likely go pray. But is that enough to go on?

                Should I do istikhara? Or try to speak with the imam who married us? Short of asking for a divorce, even if that is what I *should* do, what else might I do?

                Please don't see me as unwilling to follow the commands of Allah swt; if I really have no other option, I will have to ask for a divorce. But IMO, divorce should be the last resort, not the first. If there is anything to try first, I want to try it.

                Thank you everyone for your advice and if you would make a quick dua' for us I would appreciate it.
                "Do not let your hatred of a people incite you to aggression." Qur'an 5:2

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by abu_fulan_fulan View Post
                  wa alaykumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatuhu,

                  ya ukhti, you have my sympathy and I am sure most people's du'as here in your difficult situation but you need to told something for your own good...

                  This man is not halal for you, a man who does not pray is not Muslim, and it is not fitting for a Muslimah, where a revert or someone born into a Muslim family to stay with someone of such evil inclinations who is ungrateful to their Rabb.

                  Is it correct that who prays Friday prayer only is not considered kaafir? I read that sheikh Ben Uthaimeen, may Allah have mercy on him, said: whoever prays Friday prayer is not a kaafir; because he never neglects it, because the prophet, peace be upon him, said (the prayer) not (prayer). Is it true that ibn Uthaimeen and ibn Taymiyah said this?.

                  Praise be to Allaah.

                  There is a difference of opinion among those who say that the one who does not pray is a kaafir, with regard to the exact definition of the omission of prayer which makes him a kaafir. Most of them are of the view that he becomes a kaafir if he omits one obligatory prayer or two obligatory prayers.

                  Some of them are of the view that the one who does not pray does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer altogether.

                  The former opinion was narrated by Ishaaq ibn Raahawayh (may Allaah have mercy on him) from the Sahaabah and Taabi’een. Imam Muhammad ibn Nasr al-Maroozi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: I heard Ishaaq say: it is narrated in a saheeh report from the Messenger of Allaah (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) that the one who does not pray is a kaafir, and this was the opinion of the scholars from the time of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) until our own time, that the one who deliberately does not pray without any excuse until the time for the prayer is over is a kaafir.

                  The ending of the time means delaying Zuhr until sunset and delaying Maghrib until the sun rises.

                  The end of the times for prayer was set as described above because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) joined prayers at ‘Arafah and Muzdalifah and when travelling, so he prayed one of them at the time of the other. Because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) offered the first prayer at the time of the second in some cases, and the second prayer at the time of the first in other cases, the time for both became one time in cases where one has an excuse, just as the menstruating woman, if she becomes pure before sunset, is commanded to pray both Zuhr and ‘Asr, and if she becomes pure at the end of the night, she is commanded to pray both Maghrib and ‘Isha’. End quote from Ta’zeem Qadr al-Salaah (2/929).

                  Muhammad ibn Nasr (Allaah have mercy on him) narrated that Imam Ahmad said: No one becomes a kaafir because of sin except the one who deliberately does not pray. If he does not pray until the time for the next prayer begins, he must be asked to repent three times. End quote.

                  It was narrated that Ibn al-Mubaarak said: Whoever deliberately does not pray with no excuse until the time is over, is a kaafir. Ta’zeem Qadr al-Salaah (2/297).

                  Ibn Hazm said:

                  We narrated from ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (me Allaah be pleased with him), Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, Ibn Mas’ood and a number of the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them), and from Ibn al-Mubaarak, Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Ishaaq ibn Raahawayh (may Allaah have mercy on them), and from 17 of the Sahaabah in total (may Allaah be pleased with them) that the one who deliberately and consciously does not offer an obligatory prayer until the time for it ends is a kaafir and an apostate. This is also the view of ‘Abd-Allaah ibn al-Maajishoon, the companion of Maalik. And it was the view of ‘Abd al-Malik ibn Habeeb al-Andalusi and others. End quote from al-Fasl fi’l-Milal wa’l-Ahwa’ wa’l-Nihal, 3/128.

                  He (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: And it was narrated from ‘Umar, ‘Abd al-Rahmaan ibn ‘Awf, Mu’aadh ibn Jabal, Abu Hurayrah and others among the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them) that the one who deliberately does not offer one obligatory prayer until the time for it ends is a kaafir and an apostate. End quote from al-Muhalla (2/15).

                  This view was also expressed in fatwas by the Standing Committee for Issuing Fatwas, led by Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him).

                  Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (6/50, 40)

                  Some of the scholars quoted as evidence for this opinion the words of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him): “Whoever does not pray ‘Asr, all his good deeds are cancelled out.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (528), because cancellation of good deeds can only happen as a result of becoming a kaafir, and because of what has been quoted above from the Sahaabah who narrated these hadeeths.

                  With regard to the second opinion, which is that the one who does not pray does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer altogether, this is the view of Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him), although he also ruled to be a kaafir the one who misses some prayers and is called by the ruler to pray but does not pray. He also stated that the one who prays sometimes and does not pray sometimes, if he resolves in his heart to give up prayer altogether, then he is inwardly a kaafir, i.e., it is between him and Allaah, may He be exalted.

                  See: Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 22/49, 7/715; Sharh al-‘Umdah, 2/94.

                  This was also the view of Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: What appears to be the case from the evidence is that he does not become a kaafir unless he gives up prayer all the time, in the sense that he has decided not to pray, so he does not pray Zuhr, ‘Asr, Maghrib, ‘Isha’ or Fajr. This is the one who is a kaafir. But if he prays one or two obligatory prayers, then he is not a kaafir and he cannot truly be described as having given up prayer. The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) said: “Between a man and shirk and kufr stands his giving up prayer (al-salaah)” and he did not say “salaah (a prayer)”. End quote from al-Sharh al-Mumti’ (2/26).

                  We could not find any written comment of his concerning one who only offers Friday prayer, but we asked him about that verbally and he replied that it seems that he does become a kaafir because Friday prayer is one of 35 prayers in the week, so the one who only prays Friday prayer can be described as giving up prayer altogether so he could become a kaafir as a result.

                  And Allaah knows best.

                  Islam Q&A
                  If he will not pray and does other open sins it would be better for you to leave this man, even if you remained childless and husbandless the rest of your life, that would be an easier test to bare and have your faith challenged constantly and be committing zina by staying with a kafir murtad, then if you had children possibly seeing them influenced by his kufr and not only then sinning the rest of your life by staying with him but seeing those you love becomming the burning wood of jahanum, a fire whose fuel is men and stones.

                  It is not your fault perhaps you married him not knowing the ruling on marrying a kafir murtad who does not pray, but now you know it it would be best to explain to him clearly and calmly if he does not start praying and make that intention then you will have nothing more to do with him and expect him to leave as he is not halal for you nor you for him.

                  Islam is more than just saying 'I'm a Muslim!' it requires you actually to submit, something your husband does not do in even the most basic way and may Allaah swt guide him and us all, ameen.
                  That's a minority opinion. The majority Scholarly opinion is that it doesn't take you outside of the fold.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                    Originally posted by Fais View Post
                    That's a minority opinion. The majority Scholarly opinion is that it doesn't take you outside of the fold.
                    no, its actually the majority opinion. The difference is over how many times you have to miss before you are considered a kafir but if someone abandons salaat entirely they are kuffar even according to hanafi madhab which is the most lenient in this matter where they say the 'three' mentioned in the hadith could be three salaah, 3 days, 3 weeks etc depending on the individual and apply that hadith in that way to give some leniency
                    Last edited by abu_fulan_fulan; 15-09-11, 07:43 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                      Originally posted by Juvegirl View Post
                      I knew him before we got married. He said he wanted his children to be raised as Muslims; I researched Islam so I could be a part of that teaching, and alhamdulilah, I fell in love with Islam. During this period, I asked a lot of difficult questions about Islam and he would become very offended and passionate in defending all aspects of the religion. So I thought he had faith, but just didn't have drive. I didn't realize then that not praying says so much about the person's emaan; although I love him, I would not marry him today. However, I don't really have anywhere else to be just now. I am working on going overseas to study Islam, in which case I would be apart from him for at least several months.

                      I was married in a mosque, by an imam who has a doctorate in fiqh. He knew my husband didn't practice, but didn't say anything to me. Perhaps he, like me, hoped my husband would come around after some months of marriage. I mean, Allah swt changed my heart; could He not do the same for my husband? I was adamant that I would never revert, but Allah swt is the best Planner. I've talked with the imam at my masjid and another learned brother there; they both suggest I continue to work on my husband and not to give up. But neither of them have offered any real, practical advice as to what I could do other than make dua'.

                      I am indeed fearful of the sins that may be held against me by Allah swt as a result of ongoing marriage in light of my husband's actions. However, in other respects, he is a good husband and good companion. I have never met someone like him and cannot simply dissolve the marriage so easily. Some further efforts must be tried; divorce is terrible in Islam, is it not?

                      As has been said, I fear mostly for any child we may have, because they would be confused as to what is the truth and what they should do. Even my husband agrees that his arguing finer points of shariah (which don't even apply to our lives) would cause confusion for any child we may have. I've asked him things like, "what would you do if your child asked you to pray?" He becomes very emotional and replies that he would likely go pray. But is that enough to go on?

                      Should I do istikhara? Or try to speak with the imam who married us? Short of asking for a divorce, even if that is what I *should* do, what else might I do?

                      Please don't see me as unwilling to follow the commands of Allah swt; if I really have no other option, I will have to ask for a divorce. But IMO, divorce should be the last resort, not the first. If there is anything to try first, I want to try it.

                      Thank you everyone for your advice and if you would make a quick dua' for us I would appreciate it.
                      No one is saying give up, but you need to realise if it comes down to it, this final step is the one you have to take. Allaah tells us in the Quran that he would not leave us alone after we testify, that he will test us to see if we are truthful to that shahadah or not.

                      So here is practical method for you to get him to be a little more motivated to learn about islam... STRIKE!

                      he is not halal for you anyway, tell him if he doesn't pray he sleeps seperately from you, doesn't touch you, he prays, makes some effort to try to learn about islam strike gets lifted.

                      But you also need to get some local knowledgable brothers to spend time with him, I know this is not easy for you to do sister but ask the imam, explain your worries and what you need and inshallaah they can try to help you find someone to help him.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                        Originally posted by abu_fulan_fulan View Post
                        she is a new muslim, she perhaps doesn't know the ruling on it or was not advised by those around her correctly.
                        good, then she came to the right place, because if there is something Ummah.com does abundantly is give strange people advice on their marriages

                        i hate doing such things, however, this is very clear. she needs to know that. i am not telling her to divorce him, i am basically asking her why is she even with such a man.

                        salat is the most important aspect of islam, after the shahada, and this guy is not giving Allah nor his family their rights on a very fundamental basis

                        she shouldnt even be there one more minute. she needs to know that
                        .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
                        نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
                        دولة الإسلامية باقية





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                        • #13
                          Sister, you should definitely do istikhara about this as you have suggested.
                          respect refugees

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                          • #14
                            Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                            baba, i got this ham sandwich and beer in front of me

                            should i eat it or not?

                            istikhara?
                            .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
                            نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
                            دولة الإسلامية باقية





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                            • #15
                              Re: Husband doesn't pray - ever.

                              Sorry to digress, but this looks weird on many levels. If your husband does not pray himself (which is one of the 5 pillars of Islam) then why did he want you to convert in the first place? Or is it that you converted on your own?
                              Not knowing what one doesn't know will lead to difficulty

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