The Book of Divorce

It is Not Permissible Until She Has Married Another
It is Not Permissible Until She Has Married Another
A man divorced his wife for the third time and four years passed. Now he wishes to take her back with a new contract and a new dowry, without anyone to make her permissible for him (i.e., another husband). Is this permissible?

Tags : dosry shakhs, another man, nikah k bagair, without marriage, roju jaiz nahi, ar-rajah is not permissible
A woman is Forbidden to Her Husband by the Third Divorce
A woman is Forbidden to Her Husband by the Third Divorce
A man divorced his wife one time, then he traveled outside the country she lived in and he remained absent for about a year. Then he returned and she had not married so he made a new marriage contract with her and she returned to him, bearing in mind that he did not take her back during the waiting period?

Tags : teesri talaq, third divorce, shohar, husbanf, orat haraam hoti hai, woman is forbidden
He Must Take Her Back With a New Contract
He Must Take Her Back With a New Contract
My father divorced his wife one time when he was angry due to a dispute between them. Two years have passed since the divorce; what is the ruling if he wishes to take her back?

Tags : naye nikah, new contract, roju kry, take back, gussay mein talaq, divorce in anger
The Gauge by Which the Validity of Ar-Raj'ah is Measured in the Wedding Period, Not the Time
The Gauge by Which the Validity of Ar-Raj'ah is Measured in the Wedding Period, Not the Time
I divorced my wife and after three months and twenty days, I took her her back. After her return to me, she became pregnant and delivered a child. What atonement is incumbent upon me?

Tags : miyar eddat, wedding period, murajaat, validity of ar rajah, kufarah, atonement
Ar-Raj'ah Without Calling Witnesses is Correct
Ar-Raj'ah Without Calling Witnesses is Correct
A man married a woman and after some time, he divorced her, then later, he took her back without witnesses to that Raj'ah, and his wife warned him against approaching her, fearful of committing a forbidden act. But he said that he had called Allah to witness it and Allah is Sufficient as a Witness. Is this permissible?

Tags : gawahi k bagair, without witness, bive, wife, roju sahi hai, ar-rajah is correct
He Divorced Her, Then Returned Her Without Witnesses
He Divorced Her, Then Returned Her Without Witnesses
I divorced my wife one time. She did not leave the house, and we lived together and this was without reference to any of the scholars of the religion or to the Court. There were also no witnesses to our Raj'ah. Is what we did correct?

Tags : talaq, divorce, gawahi k bagair, without witness, rabta kerna, returned
It is a Part of the Sunnah to Call Witnesses to the Reunion
It is a Part of the Sunnah to Call Witnesses to the Reunion
I became extremely angry with my wife due to a minor thing which she had done. After my anger left, my wife said that I had divorced her once during my anger. So I sat down and recollected, had I pronounced this divorced? Then I remembered it, but I am not completely sure about it and I did not have the intention to divorce my wife, but the words slipped from my mouth when I was in the grip of anger without my intending it; and since I am sure that my wife would not lie in what she said, I took her back at once, but I did not call witnesses to the fact that I had taken her back; in fact, I said to her: "I have taken you back and intimate relations have been restored between us, as they were before."
Now a period of time has passed since the occurrence of what I mentioned, but I remain with doubts and skepticism. So I request Your Eminence to deliver a legal verdict, has divorce has occurred in the circumstances I described? And if divorce has taken place, then what is the ruling on my taking her back in this way, and what is incumbent upon me, bearing in mind that it was a revocable divorce, but the duration of the waiting period was over?

Tags : sunnat, sunnah, gawah, witness, roju kerna, reunion
The Manner of Ar-Raj'ah
The Manner of Ar-Raj'ah
The following question was received by the General Presidency for the Administrations of Scientific Researches and Religious Verdicts: A man divorced his wife with one divorce before the Judge in the High Court in Riyadh, and then he took her back with the testimony of two witness; is his Raj'ah correct?

Tags : roju ki kefiyet, manner ofar rajah, bivi, wife, talaq, divorce
The Ruling on Ar-Raj'ah and its Conditions
The Ruling on Ar-Raj'ah and its Conditions
A man divorced his wife according to the Sunnah, then sent the divorce paper, but he wishes to take her back. Is it obligatory for the woman to come back, without her acceptance, or is it dependent upon her acceptance? And are there conditions attached to taking her back? Please issue for me a Verdict.

Tags : rujaat, ar rajah, sharait, conditions, talaq, divorce
This is Annulment, Not Divorce
This is Annulment, Not Divorce
I am a woman who was married and gave birth to two children during a period of three years. Later, misunderstandings occurred between us an he (my husband) left me a separation took place between us, but without divorce, and I remained for a period of six years without him divorcing me. I took out a case against him in in the Court, but he did not attend, his father attended and an order of separation was issued between us. My question is:
1. Is this considered a legal divorce and does he waiting period begin therein from the date the ruling was issued, or what?
2. Is he obliged to provide financial support for the period of separation between us?

Tags : faskh, annulment, talaq, divorce, shadi shudah orat, married woman

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