QUESTION: During wedding ,bride gets lots of gifts from groom side in the form of gold jewellery…That can be given inlaws ,bro in law,sis in law or groom uncle etc…my question is..at the time of khula or talaq…the groom family demands all that gift back,,is it permissible?iam not talking about mahar
ANSWER: No, this is not permissible at all! Prophet salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam said a person who takes back his gift is like a dog who vomits and then eats its own vomit! Only the mahr must be returned when she takes khula.Read more
ANSWER: If she is unable to give him his rights and has great resentment for him, she is not sinful for getting a khulu.Read more
I read several articles of Khula on Islamqa n watched many videos as well. From these sources came to know that a reason is must to obtain khula from husband. But d husband is perfectly fine nice n so on. As a human d women is not able to feel d tuining n vibe in him but d husband is stubborn n doesn’t give her khula. She just doesn’t want to stay for xyz reason can she go to d court?
ANSWER: If she feels she is unable to fulfill her duties towards him due to this dislike then no problem. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/1859/examples-of-acceptable-reasons-for-asking-ones-husband-for-khulaRead more
ANSWER: This must be documented and made public so that your husband would not come after few months and force you to sleep with him and defending himself that he didn’t divorce or given khulu! This is like marriage, it is has to be made public for people to testify.Read more
Sheikh I would like to know about iddah after khula. My friend was forced to marry her cousin when she went abroad to meet her family. Only the nikkah took place no Walima etc. After the nikkah she stayed at her mother’s house and did not spend any time at all with her husband or consummate. Does my friend need to do iddah once she gets khula?
ANSWER: If she did not stay with him behind closed doors at all, there is no iddah on her.Read more
ANSWER: Yes, if the husband is clinically impotent then she has all the right to demand divorce and not khulu. She can complain to the muslim judge and he will order the man to go for physical tests to prove that.Read more
ANSWER: If you have a legitimate reason, you can file for khulu. Otherwise, Allah will be angered with you.Read more
ANSWER: It is one menstrual cycle as being with him in seclusion make her not a virgin any more.Read more
If you were alone with him in a room behind closed doors, you need to have Iddah of one monthly cycle.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