Y'all?That's disturbing. I wouldn't tolerate that tho.
Ma neef baan ahay?
I guess then keeping a good distance between your wife and family is a must. Thanks. I had no idea yall were bunch of cawaan.
I've seen this exact scenario, not just from sisters but habro that just want to cause fidna. Then they make the rounds across town, call long distance and say "inanki ficnaa waa la sixray"No comment.
Have you not met Somali women?
Your sister comes to your house and says that your wife gave her cold tea and no food. That you're being badly treated because your house is a mess and that you should divorce her. She's knows a girl that's your same tribe that can be a better wife. This one takes all your money! Not to mention you've been married two weeks and she's not pregnant. Leave this menopausal woman.
In reality your both the same age and work full time jobs and your sisters/hooyos jinni doesn't like her. That's an extremely common scenario. It's practically cliche.
I've seen this old lady cause so much fidna in marriages and families. She carries around an caag pretending she's bringing caano or whatever but she's looking for xaan. My ayeyo always said habraha are the cause of all of the worlds problems