Q: I am a young lad matriculating from an Islamic school and would like your advise. I try my very best to live life like a good Muslim. As best as possible I lower my gaze from strange women, i avoid music and places of sin like movies, discos and beaches on weekends.
Q: I formed an illicit relationship with a married man. He promised to marry me, but every time I asked him to hurry up, he gave various excuses and stayed away from me for a while, then he came back to fulfil his desire.
Q. I am in my 20s and still not married. The Muslim boys that I know are of dubious and doubtful character, womanisers or into drugs and drink and other Haraam.
A man came to Umar Radhi Allahu Anhu to complain about his wife. As he reached his door, he heard Ummi Kulthum, Umarʼs Radhi Allahu Anhu wife, speaking harshly to him.
An Arab News article reports that the Usra (family society) in Buraidah, Saudi Arabia has initiated a new method of ending rifts between married couples.
Q. I am 19 years old and attend campus. At the start of the year I saw this girl who greeted me as we passed each other. Ever since then, I always greet her when seeing her. The thing is that since the very first day I saw her and later got to know a bit more about her, not by communicating but by observing her gestures and interaction with others I was instantly attracted to her.