What should be done if ones marriage broke due to Jadoo?

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Salaams, my husband and I have been married for 7 years and have 2 beautiful children.We had the perfect life and were the envy of everyone. In the last 8 months everything started going wrong for us where my inlaws had issues [petty] with me and my parents. I left the house where we stayed so as to find a place for my husband and my 2 children to live in as I thought that maybe if we were alone things would get better.We moved but nothing was right still, I found out in that period that my husband was speaking to another married woman during the last 8 months and that totally threw me off. We constantly fought for no reason.I went to c a holistic healer and when i came back from there my husband and I had this huge fight and things went out of control, he said the words “talaq” 3 times to me and left. We both love each other very much and want to be together. He himself says that he doesnt even remember the last 8 months it feels like a blur to him and he wasnt himself and neither was his parents or me. I gave a picture of my family and clothing items to a muslim woman last year from Pakistan who said that she does something to keep the family together forever and so that nobody can ever split us up.Lots of people believed that she had some powers so I went with it. Is it possible that something was done to actually have a reverse effect on us maybe jaadoo? Is my talaq still counted if it was the effect of the jaadoo? how do we find out if it was so? Please we had a wonderful relationship and I know that the man in the last 8 months was not the same man I married. When we spoke recently he himself tells me that he feels as if a veil has been lifted from his eyes and he cant understand what happened over the last 8 months everything to the both of us seems clearer and we both convinced that outside forces had something to do with this. We want to be together again and we want our lives and our family back together again. Please advice accordingly and as a matter of urgency.

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Asked on December 17, 2011 1:05 pm
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The Talaaq is valid. You are no longer husband and wife.
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Answered on December 17, 2011 1:05 pm