Pearl of Wisdom

in his letter to Malik al-Ashtar when he appointed him governor of Egypt, said, 'The best commander of the army before you should be he who lends his help to the army equitably and spends from his money on them and on those of their families who remain behind so that all their concerns converge on the one concern for fighting the enemy. Your kindness to them will turn their hearts to you ... Therefore, be broad-minded with regard to their desires, continue praising them and recounting the good deeds of those who have shown such deeds, because the mention of good actions shakes the brave and arouses the weak, if Allah so wills.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Ibid. Letter 53

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Question : #1155 Category: Divorce / Talaq
Subject: Ending marriage after thulm
Question: Asalam ualaikum, I entered into marriage 3 years ago. Through lack of knowledge, we initially recited the mutah words so it would not be wrong to keep company together, but the intention stated at time of this marriage was a life together in marriage (with maulana ceremony once we could arrange it with family present) and therefore no fixed time or expiry was stated, as we did not wish to end the marriage. A mahr of dates was given. Sadly I later found out the husband was a wrong doer, with criminal theft and fraud, and he also did the same to me (denying and stealing my rights). I believe based on our initial agreed contract the marriage is a permanent one? And how would I go about ending it now that I know he has done great oppression and unlikely to change? Jazak Allah Khayr

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