I’m married to a Egyptian who is also married in his country. I have just found out he’s married 6 years already. My Question is he is not being fair in nafqa with her an me and there’s also a lot of other problems. I have just recently discovered that I can have him deported back to his country but do I do it or do I just leave him and make sabr for the sake of Allah Ta’ala? I’m so scared to do something but he really is not treating me with fairness.
Q: I’m married to a Egyptian who is also married in his country. I have just found out he’s married 6 years already. My Question is he is not being fair in nafqa with her an me and there’s also a lot of other problems. I have just recently discovered that I can have him deported back to his country but do I do it or do I just leave him and make sabr for the sake of Allah Ta’ala? I’m so scared to do something but he really is not treating me with fairness.
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