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Sheikh Khalid Yasin

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Bio: Khalid Yasin (also known as Abu Muhammad[1] and Abu Muhammad Khalid Yasin[2]) (born in 1946) is an American convert from Christianity to Islam who lectures in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.[1] Yasin lives in Manchester, England and has operated a "da'wah" organization which has had various nam... See Full Bio

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Q: If a wife doesn't want to live with her husband without any proper reason can she get a khula on it???
A: I must reiterate and remind you that this is a question that should be brought to The sheikh in which married you. And inshallah this is a student of knowledge of a student of knowledge answering this question and not Sheikh Yasin, I will post this for you from Islamic Question and answers website And Allah swt Knows best. My husband divorced me two days ago, after just 11 months of marriage. Our divorce is regarded as khula’, because I gave up a sum of money that my husband was looking after for me. When I noticed that what was stopping him from divorcing me was this money, not the love that there was between us, I gave it up and he divorced me quite readily. I loved him very much and I prayed to Allaah that the divorce would not be completed, and I prayed istikhaarah. I kept quiet in the court and I was looking at the judge hoping that this divorce would not be completed, but when the judge asked me, “Do you agree?” I always said yes, so as to preserve my dignity of which I have been robbed by my husband and his first wife (as I am the second wife). I would like to ask about the following: 1 – What does it mean that the Throne of the Most Merciful is shaken by our divorce? 2 –Is Allaah angry with me for asking for a divorce in order to preserve my dignity, because my husband was not just in spending and sometimes in the division of his time (between co-wives)?. Praise be to Allaah. Firstly: We ask Allaah to help you to do all that is good, and to bless you with happiness in this world and in the Hereafter, and to compensate you with a righteous husband and good offspring. You should note that tests and trials are part and parcel of the life of this world, and that the Muslim must prepare himself to face hardships and problems. One of the greatest trials that people may face is the loss of a loved one or friend through death, absence or separation, but Allaah, by His grace and kindness, still opens the gates of His mercy to people and makes it e

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