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Reverts Marriage: The Marriage Of A Muslim And His Muslim Wife

I was a young man, and I fell in love with my first wife at the age of nineteen. For a while she seemed like a very interesting woman; she had such a beautiful voice, beautiful face, and beautiful body, but she also had this horrible problem that every time she tried to talk to me, she would stop, and I would hear a voice, and I would know it was her, because she would look at me, and then turn her face away, and then she would just go back to her normal, normal face.

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