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Better Me Ramadan 2019 #22 – Silence Vs. Consent

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Wael Ibrahim

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah salam wa sallam. This is something specifically for parents. Today inshallah, the code at hand is not all silence indicates consent. Sometimes it is reflective of oppression, and fear, why this code is directed to parents, because I want them to remember the forcing the daughters or even the sons to get married against the will is haraam is prohibited in Islam. No religion have actually or no way of life or no decent people would force their daughters to marry against their will. And it's prohibited by the prophets are seldom whom you claim to love, respect and follow. A lady came to the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam and she told him my father forced me to marry against my will. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told her, you can either invalidate the marriage meaning divorce, leave the marriage, it's up to you, if you're either,

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you know, allow to dissolve the marriage to leave the man or to continue it's all up to you the process and put all the balls in her court. All the eggs in her basket, it's up to you to invalidate the marriage or to continue, the lady chose to continue. And when they asked her, why didn't you leave the man that you don't like? She said, I asked the question and I continue the marriage so that I can teach the ladies after me. So I can teach the ladies their rights. So silence, not always a sign of acceptance. Sometimes it is that look, the father will look at her to scare her so that she can say okay, I accept him as my husband. But deep inside her because of that fear, she would

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just remain silent. So my brothers and sisters in Islam, parents fear a Lost Planet Allah concerning your children. Don't ever sell them out for a miserable price. Give them to, to those people whom they desire. You your your role is to advise and to guide them and their role and their rights is to choose it's up to them now. It's their choice, so that they don't blame you later in Charlottetown. May Allah Allah grant us the right understanding. I mean,