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What’s The Matter? |My Husband Has Been Cheating On Me

What's the Matter?

One thing that is very important in order for marriages to last after one spouse has cheated, is that the cheating spouse has to feel remorse and that they have truly done something wrong and immoral. Based on your knowledge, he has engaged in this evil act for many years, and it does not appear that he has this belief or this remorse for his wrong actions. Read More »

Second Chance: Causes and Lessons from Divorce in Muslims

Second Chance

This article discusses the patterns that are emerging and what has been learned from the increasing statistic, diving into the matters of divorce for Muslims. Read More »

Nour Responds to Panorama’s Secret of Britain’s Shariah Councils

Panorama BBC

The BBC show Panorama, through secret filming, has found that Shari'ah courts are not helping women in domestic violent situations. The Telegraph states: “85 councils operating in mosques and houses across the country has revealed that the courts, which are run by sharia councils, are ruling in favor of men meeting estranged wives or having access to children when they ... Read More »

She’s Not Damaged Goods – We Have Damaged Standards

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Male-bashing articles are notoriously en vogue, admittedly for valid reasons. From the outset, let me clarify this won't be one of them. The difficulties faced in joining a man to a woman with previous (or more) relationship experience isn't just a “Muslim male” problem, but a social phenomenon with dimensions that need to be picked apart carefully and understood so that practical ... Read More »

Verily, Along With Every Hardship Is Relief

Ash-Sharh

And (remember) Ayub (Job), when he cried to his Lord: "Verily, distress has seized me, and You are the Most Merciful of all those who show mercy." So We answered his call, and We removed the distress that was on him, and We restored his family to him (that he had lost), and the like thereof along with them, as a mercy from Ourselves and a Reminder for all who worship Us. [Al-Anbiyā’ 83, 84] Read More »

Being A Stay-At-Home Dad – A Muslim Perspective

Being a stay-at-home dad was one the best experiences of my life, teaching me wonders about taking care of my family. But for some reason, I struggled to find acceptance in the Muslim community for it. How can we move toward a prophetic way of acceptance in our community? Read More »

Sex and the Ummah Series | New Initiative: Like a Garment | Yasir Qadhi

Today, we live in a world of contradictions. While society around us is over-sexualized and hyper-erotic, it appears that many Muslims have reacted to this by becoming prudish and attempting to insulate themselves from the topic of sexuality. Perhaps as a result of this attitude, one finds that one of the most common problems of Muslim couples is a lack of healthy intimacy in their marriages. Read More »

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