Whether the spats and fights you have with your spouse are big or small, the number one thing every party must keep in mind and practice is, to have Taqwā (fear/consciousness of Allah). This might prove to be difficult when you are in the heat of an argument, but if you train yourself from the beginning, then it will help you to be reminded of it when a dispute does arise.
By: Shaykh Ali Hammuda Introduction The Muslim Ummah is experiencing many challenges, however, none is more threatening than the disintegration of the Muslim family. In fact, most of humanity’s travesties can arguably be traced back to it. Iain Duncan Smith, the former British Work and Pensions Secretary, said that children from broken homes are nine … Continued
By: Shaykh Fuad Abdo & Ustadh Abu Haneefah Sohail Once the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) wanted to visit his daughter, Fāṭimah (رضی اللہ عنھا). When he arrived and was welcomed by his beloved daughter, he did not find his cousin and son-in-law, Ali b. Abī Ṭālib (رضی اللہ عنه), in the house. He inquired about his … Continued
By: Shaykh Dr Ali Ahmed Every marriage experiences ups and downs. These may arrive in the form of moments of joy or moments of frustration. The moments can yield long periods of love and care for one another or periods of inattentiveness and maybe even neglect. The mistake many couples make is assuming that a … Continued
By: Shaykh Ali Hammuda A successful marriage should in theory last a lifetime. As a result, there is a lifetime’s worth of work that needs to be done between spouses to make the marriage function well. This also means that for marriages that are struggling, there are many ways in which a couple can be … Continued
Shaykh Dr Haitham Al-Haddad explains what spouses need from each other