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« on: Feb 12, 2010 08:36 PM »


Ma Salama,

Is it wrong for me to pray that my daughter will not marry her non muslim boyfriend?
They have been in a long term relationship and I have frequently prayed that Allah will make a separation between them. I wish him no harm, neither my daughter.he is a nice person but firm in his own religion and will only superficially convert. I do not want to be part of this as I know it is only for one day to allow her to have a muslim ceremony. I am helpless and hopeless with this problem. She has announced she will marry him come what may, whether we accept or not....May Allah hear my prayers. My friend said that I should not be asking for this as if they break up my daughter will be shatteredand it is wrong of me to ask Allah to do something that will hurt her. I am concerned about her deen.

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« Reply #1 on: Feb 12, 2010 09:58 PM »

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Pray for hidaya for both of them & Allahs mercy for all of you.


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« Reply #2 on: Feb 13, 2010 09:53 AM »

Its recommended a Muslem girl to marry the more closer to his DEEN etc, and is not recommended to marry a non praying Muslem man. So if we face such a situation where a daughter  desires to marry such a man far away from his DEEN we can pray such marriage to not take place .The same then applies for the non Muslem

Daughter trying to marry without permission of her parents with sensible reason for the parents to object such marriage means the daughter is heading to unblessed journey . Therefore the DUAA against such marriage might even be a DUAA for the favor of the Couple to avoid the danger of anger of the parents
If you take under this sense, I think you are not wrong praying that way .

This is similar to if you pray against yourself for example saying "O  ALLAH !BREAK MY LEG IF YOU KNOW IT TAKES ME  TO A PLACE NOT GOOD FOR ME"



 BTW ,This is not IFTAA but my personal analysis 
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« Reply #3 on: Feb 13, 2010 10:44 AM »

Muslim women aren't allowed to marry non-Muslims so making a du^aa such as that you do not want your daughter to marry a non-Muslim is a legit du^aa.  You may also consider making the du^aa that he does become Muslim, remember Allaah Guides whoever He Wills.  Some of the Companions were the harshest enemies of Islaam before they became Muslim, and it is a wondrous thing how Allaah ta^ala Guided them to the beauty of Islaam and how steadfast they remained as Muslims thereafter.  I know you may worry that he may only become Muslim on a superficial level, but whatever Allaah Wills to be shall be, and whatever Allaah Wills not to be shall not be.  It may be that if he becomes Muslim, he may be the source through which your daughter is brought closer to Islaam again.

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