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Topic: Talaq (Nikah)

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  Islamic view of marriage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nikah is the first, and most common form of marriage for Muslims; described in the Quran in sura 4:4.
Nikah Mut'ah, or "fixed-time marriage", is the second form of marriage described in the Quran in ayat 4:24.
Nikah urfi, "Az-Zawaj ul-urfi", "Nikah urfi", "unregistred/hidden marriage" is a marriage that fills the Islamic Juridical aspects of marriage, but without filling a registration to the state.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Islamic_view_of_marriage   (1330 words)

 Nikah Mut'ah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A distinction between a Talaq in a Nikah and voiding a Nikah Mut'ah is made in a conversation reported in a hadith collection (Muwatta 28.6.16).
The Nikah does not have a equivalent form among the Ahl al-Kitab, and therefore the women of Ahl al-Kitab are not accustomed to the rules of Nikah, for example the husband being responsible for the wife's expenses or the wife not being permitted to leave her house against the husband's wishes.
This is in contrast to the verse on the subject of Nikah, verse 4:4.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nikah_Mut%27ah   (2428 words)

 Talaq - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Talaq is an Islamic term meaning 'repudiation of marriage' or divorce.
at-Talaq, a chapter of the Qur'an on divorce.
Talaq is the name of several fictional characters in traditional role-playing games.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talaq   (142 words)

He can go for nikah with her only after she marries another person and that person divorces her on account of marital conflict or she becomes a widow.
In the Qur'an, nikah is described as misaqan ghaliza, i.e., strong bond and has explained how and with whom one can enter into this strong bond and this strong bond cannot be dissolved without proper reason and method.
Once talaq is pronounced once, it takes place and woman goes out of marital bond at once and is now free to marry other man after completing the period of 'iddah.
www.irfi.org /articles/articles_151_200/triple__talaq.htm   (1598 words)

 q2-6   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
With the Nikah, a woman becomes bounded to and under the command of her husband and the revocation or withdrawl of this bondage the woman becomes free; the latter cause when the woman no more remains under the control of her husband is known as `Divorce' or `Talaq' in the shariats terminology.
If the Talaq when she has `menses' then he must return her to restore conjugal relations as it was a sin to divorce her when she was in menses or in a state of impurity.
In the case of written Talaq, it is necessary that the evidence of the husband is necessary to the point that he himself has written the Talaq Namar or got in written by some one else or the woman produces witness.
www.barkati.net /qanoon/qanoon/6.htm   (4593 words)

 Ihsan Yilmaz, Muslim Alternative Dispute Resolution and Neo-Ijtihad in England
Talaq is a unilateral repudiation by the husband, khul is the divorce at the instance of the wife with or without the husband's agreement and on the basis that she will forego her right to dower.
Talaqs are however, countenanced by the Muslim faith and in so far as any improvement in the status of married women in this regard is concerned one must clearly look principally to the countries concerned for significant reforms.
Talaq is still very important for the Muslim mind and for the community.(50) In both Islam and Judaism, in order to remarry, a woman must obtain a religious decree of divorce.
www.alternativesjournal.net /volume2/number1/yilmaz.htm   (6026 words)

 Muslim Matrimonials - Mehbooba Nikah - Marriage (Nikah) in al-Islam
For making a valid and correct nikah according to Shafi'i, Hanbali and Maliki Madhhabs, the first condition is that the wali of the girl has to give permission to her even if she is beyond the age of puberty.
Their nikah can also be performed in the presence of one of them and by the wakil of the other party, or by the wakils of both parties.
In the three Madhhabs, a nikah which is performed by a farther wali in the presence of a closer wali will not be sahih, but in Maliki Madhhab only the nikah of a virgin girl which is performed by a farther wali in the presence of her father will not be sahih.
www.mehbooba.co.uk /knowledge/articles/marriagenikahinalislam.shtml   (4698 words)

 Perculiar Personal Problems of Men and Women   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
He (the second husband) has a right to leave her or keep her at his will; and to perform 'Nikah' with any promise is a sin and it is prohibited.
Such a person invites curse from Allah; but if such a 'Nikah' is performed, then after this if the second husband leaves her after committing sexual intercourse or dies, then she will become valid for the first husband.
Nikah (marriage) with such a woman is quite permissible.
anwary-islam.com /life/men_wonem_divorce.htm   (2623 words)

 Q2-8   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In sharait terminology it is the waiting period for a woman when her NIkah with a man is no more extant for one reason or the other, The waiting period means that after the cessation of nikah the woman has to restrain herself for another Nikah till the prescribed period is over.
The woman is given Talaq, rajee or baain or the nikah is annulled for any reason, and sexual intercourse has taken place, but the woman is not pregnant at present and she gets menses, then the period of Iddat is passing of three menses.
The woman who has been married on an incomplete or faulty nikah (Fasid) and she has undergone sexual intercourse or the woman with whom there has been nominal or pseudo intercourse, the Iddat of both shall be counted on the separation and death (as the case may be) on the basis of menses.
www.barkati.net /qanoon/qanoon/8.htm   (4984 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Nation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
There are hundreds of cases across the country in which divorced Muslim women have not got their mehar (bridal prize) as per the shariat in the absence of written evidence of marriage.
Also called talaq-e-bidat or a corrupted divorce, triple talaq was meant to protect women’s rights by clearing the way for their remarriage after getting a quick divorce.
In today’s context, the personal law board members recognise that in India triple talaq is grossly misused against women, some of whom are divorced over phone, by registered mail or at times simply abandoned without any formal word.
www.telegraphindia.com /1040701/asp/nation/story_3438865.asp   (495 words)

 Islamic Laws - Conditions of Pronouncing Nikah - ShiaMasjid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
And if the representatives of the man and the woman pronounce the Nikah, their intention by saying: 'Zawwajtu' and 'Qablitu' should be that the man and the woman who have appointed them as their representatives, have effectively become husband and wife.
If the Nikah is pronounced by the representatives or the guardians of the man and the woman, they should identify the man and the woman by uttering their names or making intelligible signs towards them.
If Nikah of a woman is pronounced to a man without her consent, but later both man and woman endorse the Nikah, the marriage is in order.
www.shiamasjid.net /books/IslamicLaws/232.html   (981 words)

 Articles - Talaq (Nikah)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A Talaq (Arabic: الطلاق) is the Islamic term for divorce and is used to end a marriage, or Nikah (Arabic: النكاح).
Sunni scholars view a talaq initiated and completed by the recitation of the words "talaq, talaq, talaq" by the husband.
After the completion of the talaq procedure, the couple are divorced, the husband is no longer responsible for the wife's expenses and she becomes non-mahram for him and so they must observe the hijab rules.
www.mountainbikescenter.com /articles/Talaq_%28Nikah%29   (976 words)

 Articles - Triple talaq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Triple Talaq is a controversial Sunni Islamic procedure whereby a husband can divorce his wife by saying to her "Talaq, talaq, talaq" ("I divorce you", three times).
The term "Triple talaq" is a partial translation of the Arabic phrase الطلاق بالثلاثه al-Talaq bi'l-Thalatha (also known in Arabic as طلاق البدعه Talaq al-Bid'ah or in Persian as Talaq-i-Bid'ah, where Bid'ah is a derogatory word meaning innovation of religious beliefs or practices).
Triple talaq is made by saying "talaq, talaq, talaq" when the wife is in the state of purity (tuhr).
www.mafox.com /articles/Triple_talaq   (951 words)

Nikah: This is a formal, official and legal marriage.
The Nikah is performed by the Imam, the official religious authority or any recognized person.
It should be explained to US consulate that after the Nikah you both were formally and legally husband and wife.
www.pakistanlink.com /religion/2001/0504.html   (1156 words)

 Why Islam abhors yet allows "   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
However, when disputes arise between the partners occasionally, for one reason or another and are left unreconciled, the situation deteriorates and ultimately ends in a separation and divorce which leaves behind a dismal sight of a torn family and bitter memories.
In the Shariah Law, "Talaq" means dissolution and determination (end) of marriage by either the husband himself or his representative (wakil) on his behalf pronouncing the "Sigha" of "Talaq" in the presence of two "adil" (just) witnesses, after all the conditions relating to "Talaq" have been fulfilled according to shariah law.
This is the ordinary Talaq given by the husband to his wife to free himself from the marriage bond.
www.africafederation.org /fedsamachar/june97_whyislam.html   (1605 words)

 Welcome to rediff.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Talaq over the telephone - was an eye opener for me. The little I know, there has to be a gap of a few months between the successive Talaq occurances by the husband.
Its true that talaq requires three stages to complete it its entirity with the scope of possible patch up between the bride and groom.
Triple talaq is a social evil and must be removed by legislative reform.
mboard.rediff.com /board/board.php?boardid=news2004sep01up   (1728 words)

 Islamic Voice
Talaq should not be given during the days of her period.
He should not force her out of the house after the Talaq but care for her, should not tease or harass her and afford her maintenance till the completion of her three normal periods (and in the case of missed periods, for three months and ten days).
If by Talaq easily given’, you mean that the husband should not have a right to give divorce on his own without the consent of a judicial authority, the Law of God does not agree with you, Shariah has announced normal deterrents but has not imposed any legal binding upon it.
www.islamicvoice.com /september.97/ourd.htm   (1880 words)

 Talaq - Islamic Forum
C Divorce in the Shariah is only there to fulfill a need, and that need is to terminate the nikah when it (the marriage) has irretrievably broken down and there is no means of conciliation, and this after all efforts to bring the parties together again have failed.
After this iddat the nikah is over and she may marry another man of her choice.
If the husband has issued one or two talaaq, he has the right to take the wife back without making a new nikah while she is still in the iddat mentioned above, irrespective of whether she wants to come back or not.
www.gawaher.com /index.php?act=ST&f=53&t=15394&   (834 words)

 Muslims, don't marry over the Internet!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A nikah requires a man to accept a woman in marriage in front of two witnesses.
At the department of fatwa in Deoband, the committee comprising Maulana Mahmood Hassan, Maulana Zafiruddin and Maulana Habibur Rehman pronounced the nikah invalid.
Triple talaq is a social evil and must be removed by...
in.rediff.com /news/2004/sep/01up.htm   (673 words)

 Why Islam abhors yet allows TALAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Of all things allowed in Islam (as halal) TALAQ is the most abhorrent act in the sight of Allah (s.w.t.) and His Prophet Seyyidina Muhammad (s.a.w.).
Talaq (Divorce), whether rare or common, depending upon the socio-religious attitudes and the geographical location of a society, is, after all, a part of life.
To understand Talaq in Islam in its proper perspective, it is important first to know the social status of a woman who, in most cases, is the main sufferer of the trauma, in a matrimonial dispute that ends in divorce.
www.africafederation.org /fedsamachar/march97_14.html   (1261 words)

 Dhimmi Watch: Arabian nightmare for 13 girls as grooms flee
Shameem told police that the brokers pressured her to accept nikah with Mohammad Bakram as he promised to take her to the UAE after marriage.
The true spelling to the word according to the Wher is Nikah with an elongated “A” and a hard “H”.
Nikah (or its Indian corruption Nigah) was also used by Hindus in the days of Hindustani...
www.jihadwatch.org /dhimmiwatch/archives/007696.php   (1749 words)

 FAQs On Marriage In Islam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Nikah is a contract (Aqd) between a man and woman who are not prohibited to marry each other.
During the celebration, relatives and friends of both the husband and the wife, as well as community members are invited to get acquainted with each other, to enjoy food and to relax and begin a nice relationship through the marriage.
If the Nikah is held in a Masjid, the prayer hall cannot be used for an elaborate wedding party because that is dedicated for Salah and Ibadah in the strict sense.
www.soundvision.com /Info/weddings/faqs.asp   (2120 words)

 The Hindu : Opinion / News Analysis : Muslim Personal Law Board: a paragon of intransigence
Isliye zaroori hai ke ise masnoon tareeqe par anjaam diyajaaye, aur tamaam khilaaf-e-shara umoor se bachajaay."' This translates as: "Nikah is the tradition of the Prophet and all prophets.
But when it comes to the issue of talaq, the phraseology used for nikah is carefully avoided to legitimise triple talaq.
Another aspect of Muslim personal law that has been left conspicuously untouched by the AIMPLB is the absolute right given to the husband to effect an irrevocable talaq without the intervention of any judicial authority, whereas the wife is required to go through a Qazi to seek khula (dissolution of her marriage).
www.hindu.com /2005/05/11/stories/2005051106441100.htm   (830 words)

 Community News, The Milli Gazette, Vol.3 No.13, MG59 (1-15 Jul 02)
She also discarded the conventional mode of triple talaq which is against the tenets of Holy Qur'an.
Prior notice of talaq is a must and divorced woman should accordingly be entitled for maintenance.
Bihar and UP are the worst states which have highest rate of talaq (divorce), she said adding that special cell of NWC would check this evil.
www.milligazette.com /Archives/01072002/0107200265.htm   (735 words)

 Marriage (Part I of II)
If a person contracts Nikah with a woman who is in the Iddah of another man, and has sexual intercourse with her, she becomes haraam for him forever even if he did not know that she was in her Iddah, or did not know that it is haraam to marry a woman during her Iddah.
If a person who is in the state of Ehram (which is one of the acts to be performed during Hajj) marries a woman, the Nikah is void, and if he knew that it was haraam for him to marry in the state of Ehram, he cannot marry that woman again.
If at the time of Nikah for permanent marriage, no time is fixed for paying Mahr, the wife can prevent her husband from having sexual intercourse with her before receiving Mahr, irrespective of whether the husband is or is not able to pay it.
www.al-islam.org /laws/marriage1.html   (4107 words)

 Trial by Talaq (Interview of Mujahidul Islam Qasmi)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Talaq affects not only husband and wife but the whole family and to a large extent, society.
If one talaq is given out of three, both parties will have the time to reconsider talaq.
The matter of instant triple talaq is accidental, sentimental and is taken in a hurry.
www.hvk.org /hvk/articles/0501/104.html   (1048 words)

 Jamil & Jamil Baristers-at-Law --> Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Whoever contravenes the provisions of such-section (3) shall be punishable with simple imprisonment for a term which may extent to three months, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.
The form of nikahnama, the registers to be maintained by Nikah Registrars, the records to be preserved by Union Councils, the manner in which marriage shall be registered and copies of nikhanama shall be supplied to parties, and the fees to be charged thereof, shall be such as may be prescribed.
Where the right to divorce has been duly delegated to the wife and she wishes to exercise that right, or where any of the parties to a marriage wishes to dissolves the marriage otherwise than by talaq the provisions of section 7 shall, mutatis mutandis and so far as applicable, apply.
www.jamilandjamil.com /publications/_notes/MUSLIM_FAMILY_LAWS_ORDINANCE_1961.html   (2554 words)

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