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Assalamwalaikum Warahmatullahi wabaraakatu Mufti Saheb…..im in a huge dillema regarding a personal issue in my life right now. Im a widow with a 4 yr old daughter after my husband passed away i fell inlove with my best friend who is also my work colleague.He loves me with all of his heart and so do i, his love for my daughter is immensely huge and my daughter has taken a liking to him as well. I have met his family who has accepted his decisions in taking me as his wife and my daughter as his own , i have also introduced him to my family who has also taken a liking to him except my mother because of the colour of his skin.He is a decent islam guy who has never been married before and therefore we want to make nikkah because we have been seeing each other for a yr now and the only person standing in my way is my mother right now. My mother has said some really hurtful tings to me regarding him that she will right me off her life forever , if she dies i musnt see her face , and many more hurtful things. I have made this known to this guy im dating but im really hurt and i dont know which direction to go because all i want is my mothers blessing i just want my mother to be happy for me and my decisions im making in my life and i make lots of dua day in and day out for her to accept this guy. All i ask from you is to please tell me what do i do in a decision like this.Im asking for something thats halaal i just want to be happy and this guy makes me and my daughter more than happy.why does the colour of skin have to be such a huge issue in todays world. I desperately need your help Mufti Saheb.Jazakallah looking forward to hearing from you soon!! shukran

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Asked on October 9, 2013 9:45 pm
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The objective of your mother is not valid, but at the same time this relationship has been built on many un-Islaamic premises. For example, your working, your dating, your inter-action with him for over a year. All these are devoid of blessing and will impact on the future. Get someone close to your mother to speak to her - meanwhile terminate Haraam relationship with this person.
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Answered on October 9, 2013 9:45 pm