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28Aug/06

Cheating Muslim Husband

Imagine this: You’re married to a traditional Muslim man with high expectations of maintaining true Islamic values (wear hijab, don’t shake hands with professionals, don’t work, don’t display fun in public and hide in the kitchen when his friends come over, are few examples of putting a strain on marrie

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d life if you didn't see this coming before marriage).

I personally think there’s nothing wrong in being career oriented, provided it doesn't stand in the way of family life. Just keep a well balanced life style.

HOWEVER I can imagine the husband wants a second wife who fits the traditional profile better: with or without your consent. What do you do if you find your spouse has cheated?

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Saudia Mohamed

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  1. I was just looking for this information for a while. After 6 hours of continuous Googleing, finally I got it in your website. I wonder what’s the Google’s problem that does not rank this kind of informative web sites closer to the top. Usually the top web sites are full of garbage.

  2. Cheating is obviously a serious offense, but one must consider why the cheating took place to begin with. Nowadays, lots and lots of marriages are ending in divorce because people are too afraid to actually be in a committed relationship with one another for a long period of time. Both men and women are just not satisfied with each other. Many factors could affect this: work, stress, pressure, less time with loved one and so forth. This is how the developed countries work now. But in spite of all of this, I would have to say that no matter how bad things may seem, a husband and wife should stay together, however if cheating is involved then it is better to just divorce, because sooner or later things basically get worse. All of this is coming from a single young muslim man who’s never been in true love or lust with any human woman, no homo. I’m so lame, heh heh heh.

  3. Ive bn married 4 22years i got married at 16 i was born in uk and my husband came 4m pakistan . My husband has always cheated on m i love him very much and cant live without him 7 years ago he went 2 pakistan and got married again and had a son with his other wife i have 3 kids in the past my husband has made me have 3 abortions and sold me 2 pther men or drugged me and mad me have threesomes but i have 4given him for everything the 1 thing o cant 4giv him 4 is gettin married and having a baby with her ot really kills m my husband says not untill i 4give him and 4get i will never b hapi with him and i have 2 forgive him him he doesnt go 2 pakostan 2 c hos other wife he says its a mistake i want 2 4give him but cant everytime we argue i say it 2 him can any1 pls give m advise on what to do i suffer 4m really bad depression and cant stop cryin 4 no reason im 2 scared 2 leave him

  4. Shaz, I really think that you should start respecting yourself only then your husband will treat you with respect.
    My mum used to say to me that care for your family and husband but at the same time find time for yourself and do things that keep you happy. If you do this then your husband will start worrying about you and why you are changing as an individual. What I’m really trying to say is rediscover yourself.

  5. I am married for 13year now. My husband has been cheating on me since our first year of marriage. The second time was with a elderly non-muslim lady, the third time he told me he wanted to get married. I disagreed with him and he left this lady. Now. it is endless argument and disagreement on everything. What do you do with 3 daughters in an unhappy marriage?

  6. Salaam

    I got married in 2010 in Pakistan, I was emotionally blackmailed into the marriage & at the time was unhappy as I wanted to marry another man. I know what I did was haraam & I am ashamed but I continued seeing my ex. In 2011 I told my husband everything & left my ex ad I realised I wanted to make my husband & my family happy. My husband also confessed that he was also cheating on me with his ex. We both agreed to forgive each other & move forward. We were happy & have been dating each other since September, we haven’t had rukhsati we only had an Islamic marriage. I found out last week that my husband after us agreeing to make a fresh start has been cheating on me with a different girl, this really hurt because after everything we went through I didn’t expect this. The other girl told me that he only wished to settle here & they had been dating for months, I forgave him for cheating on me with his first ex as he was already attatched to her before our nikaah but why do so now. Please advise me on what to do? I know everyone will judge me for continuing to be with my ex after my nikaah but I was forced into this marriage & I really loved my ex, I felt so guilty for hurting him.


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