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2:228 Divorced women remain in waiting for three periods...and their husbands have more right to take them back in this [period] if they want reconciliation... 2:229 Divorce is twice. Then, either keep [her] in an acceptable manner or release [her] with good treatment... As the above excerpts from the Holy Qur'an indicate, a divorce (i.e., the talaq) is ...


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Many people of other religions and also many muslims believe that a married Muslim man can dissolve his marriage at any time by saying to his wife: "Talaq, talaq, talaq" at one occasion of his own free will and desire. This is absolutely wrong. If some problems arise in marriage, the husband may divorce his wife. The question is how he divorces his wife, ...


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For context, I shall quote a related Qur'anic ruling: [Al-Baqarah 228] Divorced women remain in waiting for three [menstrual] periods… This defines the period of waiting — the period in which a wife cannot re-marry and the couple still has the right to reconcile before the divorce is finalized — in terms of menstrual periods, at least ...


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According to Jafari Fiqh Mahr is her right, to which her husband remains indebted unless woman forgive it (for example in case of Khul divorce or Mubarat divorce) And should be paid in any situation and even can be asked to be paid legally by sue. Unless the woman forgive it willingly. But this may depend on laws of each country. For example in Iran the ...


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Allah says in Surat Al-Baqarah (interpretation of meaning) : And divorced women shall wait (as regards their marriage) for three menstrual periods, and it is not lawful for them to conceal what Allah has created in their wombs, if they believe in Allah and the Last Day. And their husbands have the better right to take them back in that period, if ...


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It is generally accepted that sex after talak is reconcilation if it is done within the waiting period. According to Sunnī and Shīʻa jurisprudence, the couple is supposed to try to reconcile during the waiting period, with the help of mediators from each family. If the couple breaks the waiting period by engaging in sexual intercourse, they are deemed to ...


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No, women in general, regardless of age or any situation, cannot divorce. But yes, she can ask for Khul' (خُلع in Arabic), or "Take off" literally. Please take this chosen response as a serious advice. I did some researches and I found that you are eligible for Khul because in Islam Divorce is only for men, and women can only ask for Khul' from the Islamic ...


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Source: Fatwa Translated: If the woman is in her ('Iddah) than she is still considered married, and it is ok for her husband to speak to her, even about his love for her, for that might get her back with him. But if the woman is totally divorced, than the man must talk to her like he talks to any other women. And it is ok to speak about things ...


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According to Qur'an divorce requires witness: At-talq:65/2. A man can start the process of divorce in presence of no one but it should be completed and committed with two witnesses after they fulfilled their term otherwise the divorce is not done and they return to their normal life.


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Yes she is even not recommended to leave (one could even say it is her duty to stay) her husbands house (assuming he is the owner of course) until the end of the 'idah! And IMO any view which differs to that needs strong arguments as the Quran clearly says so. If you read the Quran you will find how talaq should be handled: Divorce is twice. Then, either ...


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The law of Islam has created several solutions and lines of defense for family before resorting to divorce ... allah said: وَاللَّاتِي تَخَافُونَ نُشُوزَهُنَّ فَعِظُوهُنَّ وَاهْجُرُوهُنَّ فِي الْمَضَاجِعِ وَاضْرِبُوهُنَّ ۖ فَإِنْ أَطَعْنَكُمْ فَلَا تَبْغُوا عَلَيْهِنَّ سَبِيلًا ۗ إِنَّ اللَّـهَ كَانَ عَلِيًّا كَبِيرًا As for women you feel ...


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Salaams sister, I am sorry to hear about your difficulties in married life and please be strong and hope to Allah to guide you to do the right thing. As a Muslim man, I can say that your husband has failed in his duties to you and your relationship. I cannot understand how he can behave this way and you need to involve people experienced in marriage ...


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There is no concept of saying talaq thrice at once in Islam. So saying it or writing it, does not fulfill the conditions of the talaq, which renders it invalid.


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I was given advice by my friend to divorce my wife and he was not clear to me or explained me the procedure and I was angry and in doubt about doing it but he and my brother pushed me. First of all, you should never take such a major decision as divorce when angry. In Islam, divorce is highly discouraged, but the provision is there in order to maintain ...


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And those who accuse chaste women and then do not produce four witnesses - lash them with eighty lashes and do not accept from them testimony ever after. And those are the defiantly disobedient. (4) Except for those who repent thereafter and reform, for indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. (5) And for those who accuse their wives, but have no ...


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Based on the few of info you've provided in your Question we have three cases two of them for the talaq with an accepted turn back: In case of a rij'i talaq (talaq were a turning back is possible) You can take back your wife within the 'idah (waiting period). But you should have witnesses for that, this may mean you (I'd say preferably both) should speak ...


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Due to Islamic rules, there is no need to divorce a wife because of losing jobs! Because the divorce is the worst Halal in Islam. And according to a Hadith from Mohammad (pbuh), the sky is shaking when a divorce happening. But in your case, your husband may be frightened to be or feel ashamed in front of you. So there is two general steps to solve your ...


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Nisa(4:35)-And if you fear dissension between the two, send an arbitrator from his people and an arbitrator from her people. If they both desire reconciliation, Allah will cause it between them. Indeed, Allah is ever knowing and Acquainted [with all things]. May Allah negotiate your troubles.


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Assalamualaikum sister, First of all, you should know that divorce is one of those acts, which are highly disliked by Allah and yet still permissible. In case of any issues between the husband and wife, they both should do anything to make this relationship work, but only if every single solution fails, and you are 100% sure that there is no hope for ...


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You should divorce. Divorce is there fore a reason. It does not necessarily has to come because your husband is extremely cruel to you or he does not look after you very well. If there is no love in marriage and you do seem to imply, he is not a good husband, you should divorce but in a good way. It seems you care about your daughter. I am sure you will be ...


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First, According to my knowledge for a non-muslim to become muslim he/she has to recite sura' Fatia. And just reciting is not enough. It should be felt from heart and be believed. This is absolutely not true, for a non-muslim to become a muslim needs nothing but saying Shahada and then make ghusl which is wajib in Maliki and Hanbali school and Sunna ...


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According to Sahih Muslim, The Book of Divorce, (Kitab al-Talaq), in the chapter of three Divorces, it is said that three divorces were treated as one during the lifetime of the Holy Prophet (saws), during the caliphate of Abu Bakr and during the first 3 years of the caliphate of Umar, after which Umar treated them as different. Abu Sahba' said to Ibn '...


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About Divorce: Please look at the bottom of this page. Issue 2548: If a woman lays a condition at the time of Nikah that if her husband goes on a journey or, for example, does not give her maintenance for six months, she will have the right of divorce, the condition is void. However, if she lays a condition that if her husband goes on a journey or, for ...


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One divorce is still a divorce. Assuming she has gone through her iddah period, then yes, she is free to marry another. The only difference between one divorce and three divorces is that three divorces is considered irrevokable; with one divorce, the couple still has the right to reconcile before the iddah has ended and retain their marriage. For further ...


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AFAIK in islam divorce (talaq) can normally only come from the husband. Khula is a way for a wife to "buy herself free" if her husband doesn't want to divorce her, but she asked him for. This would at least mean that she gives him his mahr back to get ride of him. Then there is a 3rd possibility called Faskh فسخ which is a kind of an anullment of the ...


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In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful In regarding to your question that asked married by islam but hsband divorced me by saying it in english The Siqah (specific phrase or sentence which is recited for talaq or divorce), ought to be recited in Arabic. On the other hand, attendance (hearing the mentioned phrase) of two Aadel (...


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The majority of scholars see it is permissible to marry with intention of divorce but without being a condition in the contract, if it's mentioned in the marriage contract then the contract is invalid and so is the marriage. Mentioned that: Imam Shafei in "Al-Om" Imam Ibn Qudaamah in "Al-Moghni" Shaikh "Al-Dardir" Shaikh Ibn Taimeya" So the answer for ...


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The 'iddah for a woman who has been given talaq is clearly defined in 2:228: Divorced women remain in waiting for three periods, and it is not lawful for them to conceal what Allah has created in their wombs if they believe in Allah and the Last Day. ... This is for the case of a woman who is in the age where she can have her menses. And this 'iddah ...


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