// What if my husband makes a false claim?
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« on: Nov 06, 2008 03:08 AM »


Hi

Assistance needed.

- What if a couple that had been married for 10 years but during the marriage, the husband never provided in terms
of monetory to his wife though both are working? 
- During that 10 years, he too was very complacent in terms of child caring, depended on the wife to purchase the household provisions and even pay for the car?
- At the of each month the wife still has to put a side some cash to give her husband. He seems to run out of cash during that time.
- Recently, he caned his son that it left a scar behind his back and claimed that he had the right to do it because the child was already 9 years of age. Is this premissible in Islam?
- A couple of months back, the wife could not take it anymore and had asked him for a divorce but he seems not to agree and would not want to grant the talak. Is it right of him to do so?
- Last week, after Friday prayers, there were flyers distributed to the community and in that, there were false allegations mentioning that the wife and a man was having a affair. Is it right for the husband to do this? He did warn her a few days earlier that he would be doing it.

Appreciate feedbacks. Thanks!
     
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 06, 2008 03:35 AM »

ws,

you need to contact an imam and/or counselor about your issues. we don't know the details except how you're telling it and there are also complex fiqh issues involved in this that no one here is qualified to answer.

ws.


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