ANSWER: These gifts belong to her and there’s no need to give it back after divorce.Read more
Husband recently divorced her by written talaaq, and then took her back before the iddah period ended, by saying ‘I take you back’. Someone had advised her that she is still married to him, but refuses to accept this and is going to get married to another man at the end of her iddah period. What is the ruling on this, will her other marriage be valid?
ANSWER: If this was the first or second divorce, She cannot get married to the other man as her first husband has taken her back and she is already married to him. Revoking the divorce is the right of the husband and the wife has no say in it! If she gets married then it […]Read more
ANSWER: If you have a legitimate reason, you can file for khulu. Otherwise, Allah will be angered with you.Read more
ANSWER: If he divorces her a civil divorce, this is also an Islamic divorce because he signed the papers and declared her divorced.Read more
ANSWER: This is a conditional divorce. If he meant to stops her from doing something and didn’t intend leaving her, this is an oath and not a divorce. He must expiate his oath if she had done what he prohibited upon her.Read more
ANSWER: You both can live in the same room after the first and second divorce, however you cannot have intercourse with her unless you take her back as your wife. If you want to take her back then you can have intimacy with her and announce that you’re taking her back to two male witnesses.Read more
I was officially granted my khula today by the judge. I am 7 months pregnant. When will my iddah finish. And what am I allowed to do during this my iddah. I am a single mom now (son 3 years) and my parents are providing for me and my son from Europe.so i have No mahram. Do i have the same freedom to go out as I want,or only for necessity? What If someone invites me4coffee?
ANSWER: Iddah is over once you give birth. You can go out when needed as it is not similar to the Iddah of a widow.Read more
I have taken khula 1 yr back, n they’ve bought me some clothes which I have worn, n after khula I have not returned clothes to them n Now I’m feeling guilty about it, and I wanted to return it ,but they are not available n I cannot reach them,so is it permissible to keep clothes they bought to me or as they aren’t reachable, should I give those clothes as sadaqa to poor or needy?
No problem in keeping them. Khulu is related to the dowry.Read more
I have not seen or lived with my husband since April 2016. He is not interested in marriage and he doesn’t financially support me. We live in two countries since marriage(5 years).I have applied for a fasha divorce.My question is do I need to stay Iddah after the divorce since I have not lived with him since April 2016? If Yes how many months? Is it 3 menstrual cycles?
If you win your faskh from the Islamic court, you need to wait only for one menses and then you are free.Read more
My sister’s got married to my cousin but she was not satisfied with him sexually due to some other issues too she asked for talaaq after 8 years of marriage and having a daughter from him, he divorced her according to rules of USA. By passage of 3 years, she regrets, maybe the husband too, can she go back to him?
If she was divorced one or two divorces, she can remarry him again.Read more