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  1. There was a post that caught my eye, and as I went on to read posts, another one talked continuously about how horrendously the Qur'an wants Muslims to treat non Muslims, especially Hindus (polythiests) so I replied with the same chapter of the Qur'an to clear any misconceptions for others reading. Then the Hindu (priest from the information) went on to ask about further detail about the attrocities of Islam on its followers (since I also expanded my answer to showing how merciful Allah is) https://www.quora.com/Can-I-read-the-Holy-Qur'an-as-a-Hindu-without-any-intentions-of-conve
  2. If Islam is a religion of justice why does it allow a man to marry upto 4 wives? You might give me all those common reasons which are very popular among scholars. I say that there could be numerous reasons like population of women etc, but the fact remains that it hurts a woman, it degrades her honor that she has to share her husband. In one Hadiths Prophet Muhammad saw prohibited Ali to practice polygamy when Fatima was alive. It shows that he knew it hurts a woman , but still he allowed it, why? We all have heard about numerous reasons why it is allowed but we all know that A woman hates it,
  3. Bismillah, Here is the scenario. There is a man who is a muslim and a mumin (i.e. he prays, fasts, gives zakat, hajj, is good with his family, good aklaq, etc). He's not perfect but the vast majority of the time he treats his wife and children good, i.e. supports them financially, does not abuse them, is generous with them, in general. At the same time, he wants more out of life so he meets a women who is a refugee from the war in Syria and has two small children. Her husband is dead and she is looking for someone to help her. So the man decides to get married to her and he tells his wif
  4. Salam Brothers and Sisters. I have heard from some non Arabs that within Arab culture, polygamy is generally more accepted. I would like some Arabs to confirm or deny this based on whether in their experience it is true or false. So, is Polygamy a common practice? Are the women fine with it? Do the women show signs of distress and worry when thinking of their husbands being with another man? In my opinion, all women are the same and no woman would want to be without their husband a single night unless that husband is just not nice to her. In this discussion I am only con
  5. So I received an interesting email: Asalaamu Alaykum, We are in talks with a 9pm Channel 4 Documentary producer... they are looking for someone who may fit your profile. The documentary will be sensitive in nature and feature positive or neutral content. They are looking to hear why you have chosen polygamy as a lifestyle. They would like to follow your journey in finding a secondwife. If you are indeed married already it would be great to hear how things are working out for you. Perhaps it's time for a third wife? So that said, I am wondering if you'd be willing to p
  6. So I heard something on chat yesterday that blew me away. The conversation started with the topic about whether the wife should be told if a man does mutah and there were 2 groups. Both groups agreed that from a religious perspective, she does not have to be told but from a relationship perspective, should she be told about it. Anyway, that is not the issue. I may have interpreted it incorrectly but I think what I heard the other group say was that whenever a Muslim girl marries a Muslim man, she is subconsciously or consciously agreeing/accepting that he will marry other women (perm
  7. 2469. If a woman compromises her Mahr with her husband, on a condition that he will not marry another woman, it is obligatory upon him that he does not marry another woman, and that the wife should not claim her Mahr. Syed Sistani.
  8. “Polygamy, Not My Problem”- A Muslim Woman “If you don’t want your husband to marry another woman,” the imams said, “then, reflect on the hadith of the Prophet,(peace and blessings be upon him). You should love for your sister what you love for yourself.” I turned off the video and sipped my tea in the silence of the room. I had planned to watch the prominent imam’s entire lecture on the subject of plural marriage in Islam, but I couldn’t get past the first few minutes. It wasn’t that I disagreed with his point. After all, it is true. If Muslim women who are already married think of a potentia
  9. I was listening to this the other day, thought I'd log on here after so long, and share... Jemima Khan investigates the practice of polygamy in the UK's Muslim community. For divorced Muslim women, finding a new spouse isn't always easy. But would being a part-time wife be the solution? Khan attends a Muslim matchmaking event to talk to divorced and widowed women about whether they would contemplate becoming a co-wife. She finds a number of women who are actively considering it. Polygamy in the UK is mostly practiced by Muslims, though not exclusively. Although only one marriage can be officia
  10. Assalamu Alaykum, I am married for last 4 years but my wife does not full-fill my conjugal Rights (most of the times). Because of this I sometime fall in Sins (may Allah SWT forgives me). I am sure if my wife has the right attitude towards me I can protect myself from Sins. I discussed the same several times with her but this never worked out. I am even thinking to divorce my wife. I cannot currently divorce her until 2 years (or 7 Years recommended based on precaution) because of my new born child. I have tried my best to make good relation with my wife as I always care and respect her. It wo
  11. As-salamualaykum, Can we say that practicing polygamy in America is haram? In other words, can we claim that Islamic law requires that we abide by the law of the land, and since polygamy is not allowed in America, then as Muslims we should not engage in it? I read this from a news article that states that polygamy is not Islamically permissible in America: " Islamic Law requires adherents to abide by the laws of the land in which they reside. Regardless of whether an American Muslim subscribes to a liberal or conservative viewpoint of polygamy, as noted above, they are religiously prohibited
  12. Ok I have a question ........Is it acceptable to marry two women or more and expect those women to support themselves? Also Is it acceptable for a man to expect support from his wives? I have a close friend who once married a man mutah who had a permanent wife. The man was attracted to her because of her religious behavior she wore hijab and was willing to please her husband while his permanent wife did not wear hijab and was very oppinionate infact his permanent wife did not even know about my friend his mutah wife. Anyways my friend was infactuated with this man and thought back then he was
  13. High-flying Muslim career women willing to 'share husbands' because of a lack of suitable men http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz1oqrDHxxq Muslim career women in Britain are choosing to become involved in polygamous relationships because of a lack of suitable men. Some of them even choosing to become second or third wives to married men, according to the Islamic Sharia Council. The charity, based in Britain, gives legal guidance to Muslims and has said it is receiving a high number of queries from women struggling to find suitable partners. Many of the women have also said they would prefer to
  14. The British Muslim men who love 'both their wives' BBC News By Perminder Khatkar BBC Asian Network The number of polygamous relationships among British Muslims is increasing, according to British Muslim groups. So what is it like to have two wives or be married to a man and share him with someone else? "I love both of them. Obviously you can love one more than the other. "I spend one day and one night with one, and one day one night with the other," says Imran (not his real name), one of the growing number of second generation British Muslim men who have two wives. Imran was born and brought
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