Last year when I visited my mother-in-law’s house in India who does not like me because I am a converted and not a “khandani” Muslim. I found a small chit of paper under my bed. Following words were written on it in Arabic all mostly with long madd: [alif laam meem] [alif meem swaad] [alif laam ra] [kaaf haa yaa ain swaad] [twa daal] [twa seen] [twa seen meem] [yaa seen] [swaad] [haa meem] [haa meem ain seen qaaf] [qaaf] [noon] [alif laam meem raa] I do not want to do any badgumani, I wanted to know if this has any significance because she did not let me and my husband sleep together. Is this a wazifah for something?

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

(Fatwa: 790/623/H=1434)

This paper aims at increasing love and mutual understanding among the spouses and other family members. You need not have any ill will about anyone.

Allah knows Best!

Darul Ifta,
Darul Uloom Deoband