Pearl of Wisdom

'And if you cannot avoid partisanship, then let your partisanship be for virtuous qualities, Praiseworthy acts, and admirable matters with which the dignified and noble chiefs of the Arab households and the notables of the tribes distinguished themselves, such as attractive manners, great ambitions, momentous positions, and Praiseworthy feats. So be partisans of Praiseworthy characteristics like protection of one's neighbour, fulfilment of rights, obedience of good people, opposition to the haughty, adoption of virtue, abstention from intimidating others, shunning bloodshed, doing justice to people, suppressing anger, and avoiding corruption in the land.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Baldgha, no. 192

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Question : #818 Category: Divorce / Talaq
Subject: should I ask for divorce
Question: salam,
I have been married for almost 2years n for the past 1year I have been staying with my parents. my husband left me with my parents for the delivery of our first child. he always failed to take care of me when I was with him and only did and said what his elder brother asked him to do. my daughter is 11 months old now but neither my husband nor anyone form his family ever came to see me or my girl.though he can afford the best of the things for himself he says that he does not have sufficent to take care of me n my daughter and will not leave his brother who always had wrong intentions towards me n my husband is well awear of this, but still he says that if I want to be with him I should return on my own to the same house where I received so much pain n suffering both physical and mental. plz advice.
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