My husband said three times I divorce you at different instances. Is this considered to be a divorce? Is it valid?
Q: My husband said three times I divorce you at different instances. Is this considered to be a divorce? Is it valid?
A: The three talaaqs are valid and the nikaah has terminated.
And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.
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- When does automatic divorce happend, i.e If no communication, no meet etc. between Husband & Wife, is it considered a Divorce…?. This is without the husband verbally saying “Tallaq or Divorce”.
- Muslim practising women very often ask us what they can do when their husband don?t fulfill their rights towards them or when they have a non-islamic behaviour and they don?t want to grant them divorce. I would like to know your opinion about the following points: 1) May civil divorce granted by a french non-muslim judge considered as equivalent to a separation (tafreeq) granted by a Muslim Qadi if the reason for divorce is islamically valid? 2) In that case, who can decide if the reason for divorce is valid or not and how? 3) If husband and wife married only religiously and the imam who performed the marriage is available, has he the right to pronounce separation? 4) If this imam is no more reachable who can pronounce the separation between husband and wife? I am very keen to read your answer, so many women here are facing real difficulties with their husband. Jazakumullah khairan Was salam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh
- I was in nikkah with my husband but rukhsati had not taken place.My husband lives in karachi and my father never liked him so he and his friends forced my husband and threatened him to sign the divorce papers which he did though he did not have intentions to divorce me neither he said the divorce words three times as i was not present there.I was not even allowed to contact my husband.My father said he is not a man of good character so i must seek divorce.My husband was threatened for the lives of his family and was told i donot want to be with him.Now we both are very upset.We both donot know whether this divorce is legal according to islam or not?What about my idaah period?Please help us.May Allah pak bless you all.
- In a marriage contract of a couple, it is written “The wife is permitted to divorce her husband”. The husband agrees with it half willingly as it is the state law and he had no other option. In a quarrel, the husband said, “I have wanted to give you divorce many times”. He also might say (he cannot remember if he said these words). Now if you want to give me divorce, then do it! You have the right of divorcing me”. Then the wife said very angrily, 1 talaq, 2 talaq,3 talaq. But it won’t be counted, right. Only men can say that. Fine, I will file a divorce against you. Later, they realized their mistake and the wife said, “I was sure that my saying talaq 3 times will never be counted as talaq that is why I said that, as I was out of mind in anger. But if I had the slightest idea that it might have been counted, I had have never said that. Please note that according to the law of the state, the only option to talaq is to do so by signing the divorce papers. My question is, if their marriage remains valid or not.
- During an argument, my husband said to me: “”i divorce you, i divorce you, i divorce you” 3 times all in the same sentence. He said this in front of my father in law. …He wants me back and I want my marriage to stay valid as well.
- My question is this that if a husband in anger said to his wife three times face to face that “I divorce you, I divorce you, I divorce you”, at the same time then is this divorce valid? After telling these words now he is saying that he was in anger and he had no intention to give divorce to her. So I have some more questions below: (1) Is intention necessary, important and essential part to give divorce by a husband? If there is no intention and a husband used words of divorce three time like “I give you divorce” then has divorce taken place? What is the importance of intention of a husband to give divorce? (2) If the husband was in anger, and now saying he was angry, then divorce given in anger is valid? (3) Is divorce given three times all at the same time saying words like “I give you divorce, I give you divorce, I give you divorce” is consider as one divorce or it is valid for three time divorce? And can a husband still take her wife back?