marriage

Muhammad Hamza asked 1 year ago

Aoa I am Muhammad Hamza from Hyderabad Pakistan. I recently got married 6 month ago but it was forcefully marriage. My mother situation forced me to do it with my cousin. I was against this marriage since 4 years but due to my mother situation I had to do it but there is no relationship between me and my wife. And now I am thinking for divorce because this situation has ruined my life. I am not happy, not doing good at my job, doesn\’t pay attention to any relations my mother, khala, uncles everyone. It\’s biting me from inside everyday. Please guide me what to do.

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Admin Staff answered 12 months ago

Walikumasalam

In Islam, marriage is a sacred bond between two individuals who willingly agree to enter into the relationship with mutual consent and respect. Forced marriage is not allowed in Islam, and the consent of both parties is essential for the marriage to be valid.

It is understandable that you are feeling unhappy and unfulfilled in your marriage. It is important to seek guidance and support in such situations to make the best decision for yourself and your future.

In Islam, divorce is allowed as a last resort when all efforts to reconcile and improve the marriage have failed. However, it is important to seek counseling and advice from a qualified Islamic scholar or counselor to fully understand the implications and consequences of divorce.

You should also consider the impact of your decision on your family and society, and try to find a solution that is in the best interest of all parties involved.

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