He said to his wife: “You are free of me when you get your visa”
The police forced him to divorce his wife with a threefold talaaq
Her husband divorced her by talaaq and she married another man during the ‘iddah
She is a new Muslim and she married a man who she thought was righteous, then he mistreated her. Should she ask him for a divorce?
Problems caused by wife’s illness
He said to his wife: If you talk about this matter it will be the last thing between me and you… And he is not sure about his intention
She is asking about the ruling on her husband who went to practitioners of magic and stopped praying
He divorced her three times over the phone
His wife became Muslim then she changed and got to know a non-Muslim man, and she wants a divorce
He said to his wife: If you check my mobile phone you are divorced
He issued a threefold divorce that So and so should not work with him in the store or else he would leave
If he said to his wife, “Israhi (you may leave),” does that count as divorce (talaaq)?
He divorced her for the third time and is saying that the first divorce was during a period of purity in which he had intercourse with her
Does touching with desire count as taking back a divorced wife?
He divorced his wife when she was in nifaas (post-partum bleeding) when she insisted on divorce
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