I have a daughter, but her father and I were never married. Myself, my child's father and his new wife are all converted Muslims.

I am now being told that since my daughter's father is married I can no longer have any contact with him — not even concerning my daughter — rather I would need to talk to his wife. However, she and I do not get along well.

I am told that this is in the "Sunna". What exactly can I do in this situation?

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    did you ask what is the bases for forbidding you from talking to that person? – ozbek Jul 24 '13 at 1:50
  • if you don't have time to read an answer, why do you bother posting a question? @shor rat is trying to clarify something for you so please respond. – itsols Sep 26 '13 at 13:42
  • "what can i do" is off topic. it would been a good question though; "What does Islam say about talking to my daughters father (concerning my daughter), when we are not married?" – Kilise Jun 14 '17 at 0:02

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