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Dear Respected Mufti,
Assalamualaikum , I have had an argument with my wife. I was so angry with her and told her to stay back in her parents house and when she will comes to some senses then she can come back to my place and then I went to bed. Next morning my mother-in-law asked me about the argument and I have told her in Punjabi that hun naehi mein uhno rakhna, (I would not keep her now) with the intention of divorcing her in near future. But later on I am having doubts about my intention while uttering these words. I can not recall clearly about my intention at the time of uttering these words. The more I think about it the more confused I get. I have already given her two divorce previously and since then I have been very careful not to use the actual word of “Talaq” and always hesitated to use it either in arguments or otherwise. Please advice ASAP as I do not want to live in sin
What is the exact meaning of hun naehi mein uhno rakhna. Is it future tense.
Thank you in advance
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Asked on August 21, 2011 3:37 pm
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You this time are fortunate that as per your explanation it is in the future tense. Be careful, very cautious - you have only one Talaaq left.
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Answered on August 21, 2011 3:37 pm