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In the Name of God بسم الله

RezaAsadd

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  1. What is the case of Muslim men marrying Bahaist women? Is it allowed? My son should live with my wife now and she cooks and feed him. How is the law for my son? He is a little kid but a Muslim according to my understanding.
  2. So my wife is Najis? This situation is weird. If this is right, I have to clean myself each time I hug my little son or touch my wife!
  3. What do you think is the better choice yourself?
  4. The problem is she was a devout Muslim and now still believes in many Islamic laws except Khattamia and few more. From my understanding this cult challenges the Khatammia principle to the most and does not deny Islam as Christian or Jewish clergy do. If she had converted to Christianity I could argue with her and bring many reasons but this new cult needs new approach and logic that is beyond my knowledge. Is there any online Islamic source, expert in this cult so I may ask for more advice? I have to investigate more to find solid reasons to challenge the cult and save my wife and family. Hope
  5. Thank you for your answer. Should I ask my local Imam or someone familiar with this cult talk to her? Or should I ask her to accompany me to local Islamic center? I think I have to move out of the house if my marriage is considered void. :mellow:
  6. One of her friends has convinced her with books and talks behind my back. So, am I still mahram? If not, I have to move out, and she is pregnant, can not take care of my two year old son. The whole thing is frustrating. I love my family and I want to do every thing to save her. Is it ok to take her to a local Islamic center and asked someone with Islamic knowledge to talk to her or is she considered Kafir and Najis now so Imams may not want to talk to her in mosque?
  7. Salam to all my brothers and sisters in faith I have a question about a complicated situation I have and want to know the Islamic laws regarding this. I have been married for 4 years and have a child and another under way. My wife is 5th month pregnant and recently changed her religion from Islam to Bahaism. We have had many arguments but I try to not be so harsh to her since she is pregnant. What is the right decision. Should I divorce her and take my children away (I live in United States), or should I wait until she give birth, so I can talk to her more and have a chance to bring her ba
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