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General Supervisor: Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Mon 30 Saf 1436 - 22 December 2014
106285 - He divorced her and took her back three times during pregnancy
36548 - What is the relationship of a woman to the man who has divorced her?
106328 - He divorced her three times during a period of purity (tuhr) in which he had had intercourse with her
142326 - He told her a lie about his parents and she is asking him for khula‘
13243 - Some causes of divorce
105438 - He made the divorce of his wife conditional upon her doing something then he gave her permission to do it
118325 - Ruling on asking for divorce because of depression
82400 - Conditional divorce and divorce in a state of extreme anger
128823 - Making his wife's divorce conditional upon something that she did by mistake
128751 - He swore that if his son married a particular woman he would to divorce his wife
127280 - He said to his wife: It's over between us, go to your family. But he forgot what he intended by that
127627 - Implicit divorce in the event of doubt concerning the intention or when there is waswasah
127587 - He said to his fiancée: If you conceal anything from me, you will be haraam to me after marriage
128502 - Her husband does not pray and he is treating her badly before consummation of the marriage. Should she ask for a divorce?
127685 - He divorced her through the courts but that was during the period of purity following menses in which he had had intercourse with her; does she have the right to marry another man?
105998 - If a person makes divorce conditional upon something, then he does that thing by mistake or because he is forced to
125715 - He said to his wife “anti qaaliq (which sounds like taaliq = divorced)” as a joke
128827 - He divorced her once but the official recorded it as three divorces
112012 - He divorced a woman by zihaar before the marriage contract was done with her, and he wants to marry her!
126314 - He said to his wife: If you contact so-and-so, then you are divorced, and I got in touch with her. Does the ban still apply?
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