I would like to thank you for the good things and help that you offer us, and I hope that Allah the Almighty will accept from us and from you righteous deeds. I am a man in my early forties; I have been living in Europe for fifteen years. Before I got married, I used to commit a lot of sins, but praise be to Allah, Allah guided me and I have felt the joy of repentance and faith. I got to know my wife here and I married her, and many people advised me not to have children with her. Then I left her, and sometime after I left her, she told me that she wanted to become Muslim, then after that she told me that she wanted to have children and that she would teach the children about Islam. After we got back together, I did not find her to be as she said; rather I found that she is not convinced about Islam, even though she uttered the words of the shahaadah. Please be to Allah, I have not had children from her up till now. But when I wanted to separate from her, she attempted suicide! She says that she is Muslim, but she does not pray. I am worried about two things: firstly, if I leave her, she may not find anyone to remind her of Allah and she may become more lost than she was before. Secondly, if I stay with her, I am afraid that I may have children, and that they would not be Muslims. Please note that there are no Muslim schools in the city where we live, and she is new in Islam. I no longer trust her, and I cannot be assured that she would teach my children about Islam if I have children with her. Please tell me what you advise, may Allah bless you. Should I divorce her and not care if she goes back to her bad friends who always call her to resume going out with them, travelling, staying up at night, going to the beach, drinking alcohol and so on? Or should I be more patient with her than that, even though I have not seen any change for the better in her?