talaq

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talaq

in Islamic law, the repudiation of a wife by her husband, achieved by a triple declaration.
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(169.) See, e.g., Ahmed SHUKRI, MUSLIM LAW OF MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE (2009); JULIE MACFARLANE, ISLAMIC DIVORCE IN NORTH AMERICA (2012); INTERPRETING DIVORCE LAWS IN ISLAM (Rubia Mehdi et al.
The informant attorneys identified the Islamic divorce and the mahr
The issue of Islamic divorce arose much more frequently than
Cammack, ME, Donovan, H and Heaton, TB (2007) 'Islamic Divorce Law and Practice in Indonesia' in Cammack, ME and Feener, RM (eds.), Islamic Law in Contemporary Indonesia: Ideas and Institutions (Cambridge: Harvard University Press), pp99-127.
Which is why the use of new technology to institute Islamic divorce proceedings (as reported elsewhere in this newspaper)is being discouraged after a Malaysian Islamic court annulled a marriage last week after the husband sent his wife a text message declaring his intentions.
Triple talaq, also known as 'talaq-e-biddat' or instant divorce, is a form of Islamic divorce that has been used by Muslims in India, especially adherents of Hanafi Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence.
The Islamic divorce practice, legal under the Muslim Personal Law of Shariat, allows husbands to separate from their wives by uttering the word 'talaq' three times.
"We have found that Muslim women ex-prisoners have a multiple of additional needs with respect to Islamic divorce, inheritance, access to children, legal matters in countries of their origin and immigration status to mention a few.
Islamic courts run in parallel with civil courts in this Malay Muslim-majority country but women say they face much discrimination in Islamic divorce proceedings, inheritance and child custody cases.
MALAYSIA Religious authorities have endorsed the use of mobile phone text messages in Islamic divorce proceedings,but Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has urged
For talaq-e-sunnah (Islamic divorce), the Quran purports efforts of reconciliation and giving notice to the wife over an extended period of up to three months, with the pronouncement of 'talaq' staggered over this period of time.
Daftary also wanted to arrange an Islamic divorce from Jamil after discovering that her husband already had a wife.
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