Visiting a sorcerer to break a spell

Question: A man got married to a woman who loved him very much; after a period of time, she started to hate him strongly with no clear reason. It was said that this must have been due to the work of magic, so some people told the husband to go to a witchdoctor who would remove the effect of magic. They told him that this would be considered a self-defense procedure to maintain his relationship with his wife and told him that necessities make prohibited matters permissible. But the husband did not accept this and regarded it as an act of Kufr (disbelief).

Is it permissible for him to resort to witchcraft to undo the witchcraft that has been done to him or should he rather surrender to his fate and endure it? Is resorting to witchcraft in this case considered self-defense or Kufr?

Answer: It is not permissible for you to go to a magician to undo for you the witchcraft afflicting you by using witchcraft like it, based on the general meaning of the following Hadeeth of the Prophet (peace be upon him)… read more here.

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