Husband and wife living in different countries
Q: I came abroad after one month of my marriage. I do video chat with my wife and open cloths on cam and we both do masturbation. Is it haram? Please tell me?
A: These are all artificial ways. It is not at all the ways of Muslims. If you cannot manage you should call your wife over and live a dignified life.
And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.
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- I require advise on the following:- I am married, living and working in town A, my mother -in- law is living in town B. My father-in-law recently passed away and prior to his demise, my husband had moved in with his parents in town B, to look after his father. My husband has continued living with my mother-in-law, for the duration of her idaat, he has thus been away from home for almost a year. I cannot move to town B where my mother-in-law is, as I am working and would take me at least two hours to commute to work. I cannot give up my job as I have dependants’ to support. My mother-in-law refuses to move to my town (A), my husband thus has to stay with her. The situation is becoming untenable. My husband keeps on insisting that his first priority is his mother, I understand that, but would that entail excluding the rights of a wife? Under the aforesaid circumstances what rights do I have?
- If a husband and his wife both living together, and husband says to his wife ‘ If you want ‘Talaq’ so badly, I will give you ‘a Talaq’ and he repeats the words ‘a Talaq’ three times. How many Talaq has happened? Another Question, immediately the wife says ‘Finally, at last it is over’ The husband replies ‘Divorce not yet Final & it’s not over yet., I need to give it to you on two more times for it to be Final. They are not living together assuming the Iddah period passes by; can they reconcile after the iddat period and what should they do ? Is there any possible way for them to get back?
- Some Muslim youth in the West do not believe it is important to avoid breaking the law in countries that are not the Khilafah. Is there any evidence that Muslims must “obey the laws of the land” they live in – be that us living the West or those in Muslim countries (in the absence of Khilafah)?
- Is it from the wife’s rights to demand living in a separate house (away from the husband’s family) if the husband can afford it?
- I got married about an year ago to a doctor with a 6 yrs old son from her previous husband. I also have 2 children living with my ex wife. I pay children support to my children. The son. my wife got from her previous marriage living with us. the sons father has very good job and earns good money but he pays only school expenses for the son.
- A man in range and anger said “mene tujhe talaq di”. He said it three times and went out. He told this to his friends outside. He came back home and said that he was in anger so he said that and was being sorry to his wife. His wife wanted to consult some Molvi and Alim but he refused and had sex that very night. Was this halal even though he went and told it outside? The man never let his wife say about talaq to anyone but after some years he again told around that he have divorced his wife long back but he just let her stay with him. During these years they had one more daughter but he yet did not say anything to his wife and kept on living a married life but soon people started torturing her thinking that she is living with a man who has divorced her. Now when she was aware of what her husband did she is staying separately with her kids but now again that man want to live with this lady whereas she is not willing. Are they wife and husband even now? Is this man punishable? These years the man has tortured the lady to death. Cant she live a better life?