Am 22 years now i got marred when i was 19 but i not happy with my marriage.

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Asalaam Aleykum,

Am 22 years now i got marred when i was 19 but i not happy with my marriage,

the reason i got marry is coz of my aunt, my mum and dad passed away when i was young i went 2 sty with my aunt, i was not happy at all, she never like me and she used 2 give me hard time, so i decide 2 get marry when i was 19 years old their was noting 2 do, i mean i could do anything
2 come out from there the only thing i could do was 2 get marry and i dint like it at all
please am asking if i can take my divorce and please reply this is my second time 2 ask this
am having a hard time with this marriage i just want 2 be single and 2 study and help my sister and my brother

they don`t have any one accept me, so please help me when they heard that i got marry they were not happy at all, and now they have decided 2 live the own life and they are young then me,
am the elder one, please help me 


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Women right to divorce

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Dear and beloved sister in Islam, as much as the guidance of Islam strives to maintain the sacred institution of marriage, if for any reason one is unhappy in one’s marriage, or one’s rights in marriage are being unfulfilled or usurped….both the husband and/or the wife are well within their rights in Islam to initiate a divorce proceedings in their marriage.  


Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 2173  Narrated by Abdullah ibn Umar

The Prophet (saws) said: ‘Of all the lawful acts’ the most detestable to Allah is divorce.’


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