Believing the fortune teller

Question ID: 34766

A Muslim wife tells her husband that once money went missing from their house. The Muslim wife verbally says:
“my mother asked a fortune teller/peer/saint/holy person etc about the missing money and he/she told us/her that the money was stolen from a family member whose name begins with a ‘H’. And there is only one person that is in our house whose name begins with ‘H’, and that is ‘Hussain’. So Hussain took/stole the money. Hussain is a thief, a very bad person and an untrustworthy person etc. Mum and the rest of us don’t trust him anymore and we be careful with him around. We don’t leave anything lying around and we now hide all the money and Jewellery etc.

Does the above Muslim wife become a kaafir by saying the above verbally and telling her husband the above verbally and believes her mother with regards to what the fortune teller/peer/saint/holy person etc has said and told her mother about the thief and the missing money?

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Asked on December 29, 2017 5:55 pm
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She has become a major sinner.
Must sincerely repent and never ever go back to such evil people who will destroy her Imaan.
Do not believe in that thief of Imaan.

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Answered on January 15, 2018 6:27 pm