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A female muslimah who is a pharmacist voluntarily took part in a male circumcision procedure as part of hospital training.After marriage a few years later and while she and her husband were engaged in conjugal relations, she describes the size of the private parts of the patient who was circumcised to her husband as being “big”, without the husband asking. The husband never asked her about it and had no idea. Firstly, is she allowed to take part in such procedures? It has nothing to do with the job of a pharmacist. Secondly, is she allowed to describe the private parts of a ghair mahram male to her husband, especially while engaged in conjugal relations with her husband? The husband is disgusted by the story and the fact that she appears to have been thinking of the private parts of another man while engaged in conjugal relations. Is this a valid ground for divorce? The husband has been emotionally affected by it.

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Asked on January 20, 2016 1:08 pm
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She has sinned in various ways, by attending the procedure, by describing what she saw to her husband, irrespective when she did so.
The husband should come to terms to what he has opted for.
This is NO grounds for/to divorce.

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Answered on February 9, 2016 6:21 pm
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