Hell yes!!!!!I know a guy who is planning on divorcing his wife after going to Minnesota for Suldan concert. He told his newly religious pious wife not to go because its haram and its dhul hijjah. He doesnt trust her now but I think he's overreacting.
Yes he is overreacting. But there needs to be some sort of severe consequences for her going there against his explicit disapproval.
He should send her to her parents for 3 months, or his parents--let the either mother in law guilt her to her nutts
If your wife/girlfriend does something you're uncomfortable with then speak to her. If she still insists on doing it, then do the exact same thing so she can experience what you're feeling 1st hand. The tit for tat shit is petty but it gets the point across incredibly well.
Uhhm what’s wrong with her doing what she wants, why the f*ck does she need his approvalSeems like a smart move to me. She basically set a precedent where she can just do whatever she wants while he just has to accept it because she’ll never listen to him. The future of their marriage looks grim
Girls trip to an island and stuff is great manshaAllah. Flying to another state even if your single during dhul hijjah is wrong. Giving the illusion that you're religous is wrong.Hmm I had married friends who travelled with me to different states for girls trip not for parties though. Is fixable but I guess is more than this.
What you on about mate? Imagine letting your wife go to some island alone or with “friends”. Come on manGirls trip to an island and stuff is great manshaAllah. Flying to another state even if your single during dhul hijjah is wrong. Giving the illusion that you're religous is wrong.