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  1. Salam alaikum, I read and searched about iddah, but there is a couple of questions that I am still confused about. One of them is that what if the sunni husband repeatedly said divorce 3 times out of anger and didn't mean it, would you count the divorce from that time? What if the wife kept insisting for a divorce and he said it again out of anger. She had counted it as a divorce from that time, but the official divorce came a month after. So say the divorce was announced through voice message and was shown to 3 witnesses. That was in the middle of August. But she still was communicating with him because he regretted saying it at that time and was reaching out to her through text. She had to let him know that it was over and to never communicate with each other again. The official divorce came a month later though where no communication happened after that. My question is, was she already divorced in August and can she accept proposals during iddah but not yet marry?
  2. I really appreciate the time you gave for your answer. He was a very toxic person. He was smoking marijuana every day, never prays, never fasts, occassionaly does drugs, and was abusive. I just pray that every good person out there doesn't go through that inshallah and marry an amazing God fearing person. But Alhamdulilah I was able to divorce him.
  3. I was hoping someone can answer 2 questions for me. If my father is a sheikh, can he do the divorce for me? My father doesn't live with me so I would rather ask first before confronting him about it. My second question is if my husband is a sunni, can I contact a sunni masjid to do the divorce? Would it be a valid divorce?
  4. You are 100 percent right, I was in a very toxic marriage and had to get out.
  5. Salam alaikum, I want to divorce my husband but there are no sheikhs where I live that are helping me. I called one sheikh and he told me that it is up to my husband and that it's not in my hands to decide on a divorce. I can't find any other sheikhs because every number leads to a recording. Does anyone know any numbers of sheikhs in Canada Ontario who can give me a divorce? Or is there any sheikhs on this site who can do it for me? If not, is there any other way that I can divorce him? Thank you so much
  6. Salam Alaikum, If a Shia woman marries a Sunni and he says divorce 3 times while she’s pregnant, is the divorce valid or does she have to bring a Shia Sheikh to make it valid?
  7. That’s true, silence is better than debating and trying to prove your point. A lot of times it’s about actions and not words, by showing kindness and understanding. I also want to read them to feel confident in what I am following and to feel a stronger connection with Allah.
  8. I can’t thank you enough, this is exactly what I needed. I appreciate all the help you have given!
  9. Salam Alaikum everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew any good English books that prove that Shia is the true path. For example, I want books that explain what Omar did and how he went against the Imams (عليه السلام). I want any books that I can buy online that can educate me and make me really knowledgable about Shia Islam. I also want books online that teach me about the history of Shia and how it’s the way of life and the truth. If anyone can just list me amazing titles that are available online so that I can be more aware of what I am following and so that I can be able to defend and debate about my love for Shia. I want to be able to prove the Sunni way is wrong to whoever insults Shias and our belief. I appreciate any help given.
  10. If someone considers the path of suicide would Allah ever forgive them? Would there be a chance for them to go to heaven eventually. What if this person doesn’t want to live anymore because just existing scares them. What if they just want to be with Allah even if it would take them to hell temporarily. Living hurts and thinking of going on just doesn’t help make things better. Where would you escape to? Where would you even go to to feel better. If suicide takes you to hell forever then is there any other way to sacrifice your life? Is there a way where you won’t be judged for it in the after life?
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