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After years of fielding questions about having children one day, the pop legend became a first-time mom on Jan.She remained intensely spiritual, however, often answering questions about relationships and having children by saying it was ultimately in God's hands. News (after the couple broke up) that when they were married Jackson did try to conform more closely to what her husband wanted in a wife, but ultimately the culture clash was insurmountable."Janet and Wissam don't see eye to eye on many things," an insider told E! "One of the many divorcing factors was their religious beliefs. "She doesn't regret" the years she spent with Al Mana, as they had "a strong love" and "made a healthy baby."That being said, the exes were in divorce court in London this summer to hash out custody issues.Wissam and Janet did not feel that they were on the same page when it came to this and the way they wanted their child to get raised. Cultural difference and backgrounds played a major role.""It was quite an abusive situation," the Jackson sibling said. "She has the support of her family and has a crazy good legal team behind her," a source told E! The following month, Jackson brought Eissa with her to New York where she had a series of business meetings to attend in preparation for her tour."It came on later in the relationship, verbal abuse and being [made to feel like] a prisoner in her own home. "She is very hands-on and carried the baby the whole way through the airport.No pregnant woman needs to go through being called a bitch everyday. That's what she went through."Twenty years ago, Janet Jackson made her desires clear, when the theme of what she was striving for, creatively, was "a woman who finally feels good enough about her sexuality, to demand a man's respect." She told , "It's insulting to be seen as some object; he must call her by name. Eissa is adorable and Janet looked great," a source told .
Both spouses were on the same page when it came to privacy—as in, privacy was paramount, with Jackson having grown up with a front-row seat to the ravages of too much media attention.