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Pre/Marital &

And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquillity with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those who reflect.
Surah 21 Ar-Rum 30:21

It's normal for marriages to have difficult periods from time to time and that is okay because Allah ta 'ala has provided us with all the resources that we need to overcome them. For this reason, we require pre-marital counseling for all individuals who intend to tie the knot at Masjid al-Mumin of Pittsburgh. The purpose of this pre-marital counseling is to help identify any issues and discrepancies between the prospective couple that may become a source of conflict later.

Sometimes, this is not the initial move for some couples. They wait until after getting married to realize that they need counseling. Unfortunately, by this time, some think that things have progressed too far to be fixed and harp on the divorce wagon. The feeling of failure and embarrassment creeps up and seeking marital counseling is thrown to the side.   It's true, that marriage counseling can be at first unsettling and frightening. However, you will see the value of marriage counseling the more you both are driven to keep your marriage intact.

To determine a course of action that will prevent the marriage from ending in divorce, the goal of marital counseling is to discover any underlying issues and deal with them practically from an Islamic position. This will require to ask the uncomfortable questions for us to dig deep. This is only to help bring to the surface what has been preventing you as a couple from moving forward.

Regretfully, divorce is not always avoidable.

Once we receive your completed application and payment, we will reach out to you to schedule your 

counseling session.

Each session is $50 (per hour).
You can schedule as many sessions as you need.

You can pay via the following ways:


CashApp: $masjidalmumin 



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With a combined 20+ years of marriage experience, Imam Na'eem Abdullah and his wife Samirah Abdullah can offer some insight based on their life experiences within the Islamic framework of marriage.

Although they are advocates for wholesome families and communities, they are not licensed counselors.

When it's convenient, counseling sessions will be conducted in person but primarily online.

Imam Na'eem Abdullah and Samirah Abdullah

are hosts of the Half Your Deen Show which speaks on relevant topics on marriage.

They broadcast weekly on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. on YouTube

Watch Previous Broadcasts Below

The Half Your Deen Show

The Half Your Deen Show

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