Some Indian songs and some other songs do/might include words or statements of kufr/disbelief, however the wife might be unaware or ignorant of that/this.
The Muslim wife’s husband feels that his wife might have become a kaafir because he feels, thinks, doubts or/and worries that his wife might have sang along Indian songs and/or other songs or/and might have sang indian songs and other songs that might have had/included/contained words or statements of disbelief/kufr. But he is not 100% certain/sure.
Some Indian songs and other songs have/include/contain normal words and statements as well as words or/and statements of disbelief/kufr.
The wife might/could have sang the words or/and statements of an indian song or other songs that are normal, and maybe not the words or/and statements of disbelief/kufr or she might have sang Indian songs and other songs that have/include/contain normal words and statements as well as words or/and statements of disbelief/kufr but the husband is not 100% certain/sure of this.
Due to the Muslim husband not 100% certain/sure, Does/should the Muslim husband ignore what he feels/thinks, doubts or worries that his wife might have sang certain Indian songs and other certain songs that might have/had/included/contained words or statements of disbelief/kufr or any of the above explained and regard his wife to be a Muslim and regard her as his wife and continue with his life and marriage?
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