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Question ID  4442  -  Marriage
Salaam Agha, I m 31 year , married for 8 years and Mom of 2 kids. M not happy with my husband and have so many issues between us . I have only cried all these years and now m depressed n have severe anxiety issues . I was healthy and happy girl with good education , I always tried to have sabr and happy in reza of Allah subhanahu wa taala but now I can’t tolerate I want to come out of this miserable life . 1- Can I ask for khula from my husband? 2- Someone want to marry me , can I take this step ? I am God fearing and don’t want to do anything against sharia . Please help me what should I do now ?
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
First of all, you need good mediators between you to try to resolve the
problems and analyse the reasons and suggest solutions.
If it did not work, your husband must agree if you want Khula from him.
No one is allowed to talk about marriage with you nor are you allowed to
talk about it with any one, because you are a married woman.

Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  4439  -  Marriage
Assalam Alaikum wo rehmarullahe wa barakatohu, My question is regarding the person who married according to islamic shia fiqh and God also gifted him with kids but after some time he did zina with some lady and from that also he has got kids.My question is that If he again had a sexual intercourse with his actual legal wife and has kids.Are these kids are halal or the kids of zani because he has become zani after doing illegal sexual intercourse with zani his illefal woman.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Even if he has committed sinful act, his lawful wife remains his wife and
his sexual relation with her is lawful and the children are legitimate.
Obviously, he needs to seek forgiveness for his sins and decide not to do
it again, but this has nothing to do with his real wife and children after
his sinful act.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  4414  -  Marriage
Aslam o alikum Syed. Is it haram to have sexual thoughts about your husband. We have been separated for 9 years and not had any physical relationship. My mind starts to wonder sometimes with sexual scenarios and what it would be like. Am I committing sin by thinking like this about my husband, Wa salam.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Sexual thoughts about your husband is allowed. It becomes sinful if he is
no more your husband or if it is about another man.

> Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  4408  -  Marriage
Salaam alaikum Maulana Musawvi. Can Mutta be conducted after 12 days of Moharram? kindly please advise. Ahsant and jazzakallah khair inshallah-May allah swt reward you for answering questions from all.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes it is allowed to save yourself from Haraam, but Momin should avoid celebration during the Days of Aza.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4404  -  Marriage
Salams, I am in a difficult situation. I married my wife in January 18 under a standard nikkah agreement. There was no variation of the contract. It was an arranged marriage between families. She was given all her required marriage rights. I love my wife very much but she was always short tempered and often made threats to divorce me if I didn’t do as i was told. In May 18 she said she will divorce me if I went to see my parents for two days. I felt she was joking so I went to see my parents and asked if she wished to attend. She declined and stayed at her family home. She never returned home. She has now approached Several well known organisations in UK who all said she doesn’t have grounds for divorce as there hasn’t been any significant dispute to warrant divorce. I explained to all imams I seek only reconciliation and for a facility of a meeting with my wife. She continued to find an imam and now has located one. Without any discussions or meeting he sent me Khula papers twice now with false grounds for divorce being cited. I have requested a meeting with him but he refuses to co-operate. All Imams I have spoken to say he isn’t following any Shi’a doctrine on the laws of divorce. My rights as a husband are now 0% and my wife has 100% rights although the nikkah does not say this. 1) Can the imam she has paid change my status in the nikkah without my permission? 2) other Imams have said that if he grants divorce it will not be recognised as it does not comply with doctrine ane we remain husband and wife. The Imams have said she will commit adultry as her imam has told her she is divorced which is incorrect 3) my wife imam said that he follows Ayatollah Sistani decree. I cannot imagine the offices of The Great Ayatollah Sistani agreeing with divorce under this process especially when our issues are small in nature and I have sought nothing but reconciliation and are capable of being resolved. Can you please advise me of my position? Kind regard
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
1. No one can divorce or get Khula from you on your behalf with out real grounds on injustice done by you to your wife. Visiting your parents is not only your right but obligation and it can never be a grind for Khula.
2. If any one recited divorce or Khula in this case, it is invalid and it has no value at all. Such person is misusing religion for pleasing your wife or gaining worldly gains.
3. All the Shia lama including Ayatullah Sistani do not allow such Khula.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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