A muslim woman have advice fellow women to stop supporting their polygamous husbands financially.
The Facebook post advised married women to cease providing financial assistance if their husbands choose to take a second wife.
The has ignited a passionate debate among the community.
In her message, she urged women to discontinue their support, stating that if a man attempts to run while still in the crawling stage of financial stability, he should be allowed to do so.
However, the advice has not been well-received by Muslim men, who are now engaging in a discussion to explain why they believe the woman’s viewpoint is flawed.
They argued that women should continue to support their polygamous husbands financially.
The Facebook post has generated significant attention and diverse opinions within the Muslim community.
While some support the woman’s advice, agreeing that financial independence is essential for married women.
Others firmly believe that providing financial assistance to polygamous husbands is a duty and demonstrates commitment to the marriage.
The debate has sparked conversations about the idea of polygamous relationships and the expectations placed on women in such situations.
Supporters of the woman’s advice argue that it is crucial for women to assert their rights and ensure their financial well-being, regardless of their husband’s decision to take additional wives.