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  1. @IbnSina Thank you. I won't be having any more children, but suffice it to say that just by virtue of the fact that he isn't interested in Islam makes this a no-go for me. I appreciate your concern, and the concern of all those who took the time to attempt to help me find the answers. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) reward you all.
  2. Thank you. This is also what my gut told me because according to Qur'an- I know that as a woman I am not to remain with a non-believer- nor do I wish to. Yes, I was in love with him, but now- Subhanallah! I have found a much greater love.
  3. With any due respect- what I stated is NOT weird or humorous in the least. Neither did we have a "hollywood" [sic] marriage or anything like that. So, all that speculation was insulting, pointless, and unnecessary. I am now a Muslim, and he is not, nor does he seem to have any interest in Islam. We knew each other for years, but married in mid-2017. I am a believer now, but was not Muslim when we married- it's really that simple. I am certain that I am not the only woman to go through this situation either.
  4. Salaam Aleikum, I have recently begun to study what Shia Islam, and I am married to someone who SAYS that he believes in One God, etc. However, he is not Muslim- not in the least. I do not live near a Masjid, so I am asking here. I have recently noticed that he insists on looking at forbidden things (all sorts of filthiness, nudity, and the like), and smoking weed. He seems to have something close to Rasta beliefs. I have prayed to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) about this marriage, yet lately, I have noticed that my feelings for my husband have waned. I detest living with someone who pretends to believe! Sometimes he sickens me so much that I can barely stand him. I know that a Muslimah is not supposed to be with someone of another faith- or worse yet- no faith at all. What now? Is there a time frame (other than the 3 monthly courses) that I should wait- in case he reverts also? What to do?
  5. ASA. What to do when you are leaning heavily towards belief while your spouse refuses to be transparent about WHAT they believe? He SAYS he believes in one God, yet his actions and his views say otherwise. I am too far from an Ahlul Bayt masjid, and I don't have a car to get there in the evenings when they meet for prayer. I long for the companionship of other sisters, but I'm all alone with a man who seems hell-bent on aggravating me with all sorts of non-pious nonsense. I fear that if I stay with him I will loose my marbles and/or my emaan. I don't know what to do! Any advice?
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