divorce and again marriage in islam

alishba
By alishba

hello evry1

i hav a big confusion please let me know wat i heard is true or not

some1 told me yesterday that if a husband and wife gets divorced and after that if the things settle down again and they want to marry again so in that case the woman has to marry some1 else first spend a night with the other guy and then divorce him and get married to first husband ...plzzz i think its false bt please clear my vision m so confused cause its realy strange law of islam if its true...i hope its false..

Regards

By aleembagdali• 15 Nov 2010 12:42
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aleembagdali

Dear Brother/Sister;

Official marriages and divorces are valid. However, for an official marriage to be valid, it is necessary for the marriage to have the conditions that Islam demands for the marriage.

When a man divorces his wife with one or two talaqs, he can marry her again. When three talaqs take place, it is impossible for that man to marry that woman again in terms of religion.

A man who divorces his wife three times before or after applying the court cannot marry her again. It does not matter whether it is possible in terms of laws.

If he has not divorced his wife before or after applying the court, one talaq is regarded to have been used when the judge divorces them since he has given the judge the authority to divorce.

However, he has the right for two more talaqs. Accordingly, there is no objection to them coming together again in terms of the law or the religion. However, since we do not know the type of divorce decreed by the court – that is, whether it is revocable or irrevocable divorce - , it is necessary to renew the contract of marriage if they decide to live together again.

According to Islam, if a man divorces his wife three times, certain conditions are necessary if he wants to marry her again. The woman can marry her husband who divorced her three times only if she marries somebody else first and then divorces normally or if her husband dies.

As there are many wisdoms behind every decree of Islam, there are numerous wisdoms behind this decree about divorcing. One wisdom is that it deters men from divorcing their wives easily with three talaqs and sending them away. This decree may have been imposed in order to deter a man from getting angry with his wife due to a simple thing and divorcing her immediately. The man will know that he will have to bear the consequences if he divorces his wife.

Besides, it is not permissible to carry out a fake marriage by marrying a divorced woman and then divorcing her, which is called hulla.

A man divorces his wife with three talaqs; then, he regrets it and wants to marry her again. However, it is not possible for him to marry her again before she marries another man since he divorced her with three talaqs; so, he carries out the practice of hulla – marrying somebody else and divorcing after a short time. Is it permissible in Islam?

The practice of hulla is not permissible in Islam. He who practices it or makes others practice it is cursed. The Prophet (pbuh) says, "Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced." (Musnad, Ahmad bin Hanbal)

The following conversation took place between the Prophet (pbuh) and the Companions:

The Prophet (pbuh): - Shall I inform you about the makeshift male goat?

The Companions: -Yes.

The Prophet: -He is the temporary husband. Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. (Ibn Majah)

The following is reported from Ibn Masud: The Prophet (pbuh) cursed the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. Although Islam curses hulla, some enemies of Islam try to attribute it to Islam in order to blemish Islam. According to our religion, if a man divorces his wife with three talaqs, he cannot marry her again. However, if the divorced woman marries another man normally and if her husband dies or if they divorce normally because they cannot get along well with each other, then she can marry her previous husband again if they agree. However, it is not permissible to do it in the way that Allah and the Messenger of Allah curse, that is, the way of hulla, by bargaining. The following is stated in the Quran: "So if a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably), he cannot after that, re-marry her until after she has married another husband and he has divorced her." (al-Baqara, 230)

With our best wishes...

By crimsonflaw• 15 Nov 2010 13:16
Rating: 5/5
crimsonflaw

once a divorce has taken place in Islam there is no option for the man to remarry the woman he has divorced. as he had ample opportunity to reconsider his decision of divorce, considering divorce requires the man to say the word (talaq) three times with some time (40 days) in between each talaq.

The only way the same man and woman can be married again is if the woman got married to someone else and lived her life as a married woman and due to some unfortunate circumstance she is widowed or divorced only then will she become available for marriage to her first husband if he is willing to marry her and she accepts.

many people have started to use the above as a way around when they divorce their wifes suddenly without considering their decisions and giving the required time between each talaq and wish to continue living with their wifes.

using the above as a quick fix to remarry has been promoted by many unqualified and ignorant clerics.

considering divorce is a highly unliked event givin that so much time and reconciliation effort has to be made before it is completed. thinking of getting married with a prenotion of divorce cannot be considered a halal act.

By aleembagdali• 15 Nov 2010 12:48
Rating: 5/5
aleembagdali

Cont..

However, he has the right for two more talaqs. Accordingly, there is no objection to them coming together again in terms of the law or the religion. However, since we do not know the type of divorce decreed by the court – that is, whether it is revocable or irrevocable divorce - , it is necessary to renew the contract of marriage if they decide to live together again.

According to Islam, if a man divorces his wife three times, certain conditions are necessary if he wants to marry her again. The woman can marry her husband who divorced her three times only if she marries somebody else first and then divorces normally or if her husband dies.

As there are many wisdoms behind every decree of Islam, there are numerous wisdoms behind this decree about divorcing. One wisdom is that it deters men from divorcing their wives easily with three talaqs and sending them away. This decree may have been imposed in order to deter a man from getting angry with his wife due to a simple thing and divorcing her immediately. The man will know that he will have to bear the consequences if he divorces his wife.

Besides, it is not permissible to carry out a fake marriage by marrying a divorced woman and then divorcing her, which is called hulla.

A man divorces his wife with three talaqs; then, he regrets it and wants to marry her again. However, it is not possible for him to marry her again before she marries another man since he divorced her with three talaqs; so, he carries out the practice of hulla – marrying somebody else and divorcing after a short time. Is it permissible in Islam?

The practice of hulla is not permissible in Islam. He who practices it or makes others practice it is cursed. The Prophet (pbuh) says, "Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced." (Musnad, Ahmad bin Hanbal)

The following conversation took place between the Prophet (pbuh) and the Companions:

The Prophet (pbuh): - Shall I inform you about the makeshift male goat?

The Companions: -Yes.

The Prophet: -He is the temporary husband. Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. (Ibn Majah)

The following is reported from Ibn Masud: The Prophet (pbuh) cursed the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. Although Islam curses hulla, some enemies of Islam try to attribute it to Islam in order to blemish Islam. According to our religion, if a man divorces his wife with three talaqs, he cannot marry her again. However, if the divorced woman marries another man normally and if her husband dies or if they divorce normally because they cannot get along well with each other, then she can marry her previous husband again if they agree. However, it is not permissible to do it in the way that Allah and the Messenger of Allah curse, that is, the way of hulla, by bargaining. The following is stated in the Quran: "So if a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably), he cannot after that, re-marry her until after she has married another husband and he has divorced her." (al-Baqara, 230)

With our best wishes...

By anonymous• 15 Nov 2010 12:53
Rating: 4/5
anonymous

What you heard is exactly right.

It’s sound really hard that, how it's possible to see my wife go to other's house for at least 1 day before i getting her after divorce! But it's the real fact.

What Allah has settle, we can't disobey it. But in many societies now its being disobeying because many people don't know the rule about it in Islam.

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In Islam divorce (talak) is one of the least halal things. Islam told to imply it in such condition where you can't stay with your wife because of her bad habits, disobeying Islam etc..

So Islam doesn’t tell to imply it after just few quarrel or misunderstanding. But now a day we can see that people are divorcing their wife without any strong reason. So ones you divorce your wife you can't directly get her. She must have to marry to some one and have to stay with him in a bed ... then she has to get divorce from her second husband and after passing her certain period she can marry again to her first husband.

By aleembagdali• 15 Nov 2010 12:51
Rating: 3/5
aleembagdali

Cont...

As there are many wisdoms behind every decree of Islam, there are numerous wisdoms behind this decree about divorcing. One wisdom is that it deters men from divorcing their wives easily with three talaqs and sending them away. This decree may have been imposed in order to deter a man from getting angry with his wife due to a simple thing and divorcing her immediately. The man will know that he will have to bear the consequences if he divorces his wife.

Besides, it is not permissible to carry out a fake marriage by marrying a divorced woman and then divorcing her, which is called hulla.

A man divorces his wife with three talaqs; then, he regrets it and wants to marry her again. However, it is not possible for him to marry her again before she marries another man since he divorced her with three talaqs; so, he carries out the practice of hulla – marrying somebody else and divorcing after a short time. Is it permissible in Islam?

The practice of hulla is not permissible in Islam. He who practices it or makes others practice it is cursed. The Prophet (pbuh) says, "Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced." (Musnad, Ahmad bin Hanbal)

The following conversation took place between the Prophet (pbuh) and the Companions:

The Prophet (pbuh): - Shall I inform you about the makeshift male goat?

The Companions: -Yes.

The Prophet: -He is the temporary husband. Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. (Ibn Majah)

The following is reported from Ibn Masud: The Prophet (pbuh) cursed the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. Although Islam curses hulla, some enemies of Islam try to attribute it to Islam in order to blemish Islam. According to our religion, if a man divorces his wife with three talaqs, he cannot marry her again. However, if the divorced woman marries another man normally and if her husband dies or if they divorce normally because they cannot get along well with each other, then she can marry her previous husband again if they agree. However, it is not permissible to do it in the way that Allah and the Messenger of Allah curse, that is, the way of hulla, by bargaining. The following is stated in the Quran: "So if a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably), he cannot after that, re-marry her until after she has married another husband and he has divorced her." (al-Baqara, 230)

With our best wishes...

By aleembagdali• 15 Nov 2010 12:52
Rating: 2/5
aleembagdali

A man divorces his wife with three talaqs; then, he regrets it and wants to marry her again. However, it is not possible for him to marry her again before she marries another man since he divorced her with three talaqs; so, he carries out the practice of hulla – marrying somebody else and divorcing after a short time. Is it permissible in Islam?

The practice of hulla is not permissible in Islam. He who practices it or makes others practice it is cursed. The Prophet (pbuh) says, "Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced." (Musnad, Ahmad bin Hanbal)

The following conversation took place between the Prophet (pbuh) and the Companions:

The Prophet (pbuh): - Shall I inform you about the makeshift male goat?

The Companions: -Yes.

The Prophet: -He is the temporary husband. Allah curses the temporary husband and the husband for whom hulla is practiced. (Ibn Majah)

By Hawk10• 15 Nov 2010 12:31
Rating: 2/5
Hawk10

If you are so interested, take your time and read all these links, hope you will get some results.

http://www.religioustolerance.org/mohd.htm

http://main.islamweb.net/emainpage/index.php?page=articles&id=92752

http://www.ehow.com/how_2313204_divorce-islam.html

http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/Satellite?pagename=Islamonline-English-Ask_Scholar/FatwaE/FatwaE&cid=1119503543322

By Hawk10• 15 Nov 2010 12:51
Hawk10

Once a three time divorce takes place, it is totally not allowed to go back. Marrying another person on the condition to divorce her her, is not acceptable and not legal as per the Islamic law. If somebody do that practice, it is a cheating and God knows well the intentions of everybody.

In short words, NO RETURN after three time divorce.

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