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      Does anyone here, know about different kinds of talaaq, I always thought that Talaaq only happens when it is Verbally pronounced as "I give you Talaaq"..(Talaaq e Raji).I have just found out that there is another kind called Talaaq e Baain (irrevocable), which means Unclear Divorce....Has anyone heard about these.

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      Q: What is Talaaq-e-Baain and what are its implications?
      A: Talaaq-e-Baain is when the husband pronounces divorce with ambiguous words with the intention of divorcing his wife, for example, ‘Get out of the house’ or ‘I do not want you anymore’. The Nikah terminates and a re-performance of Nikah is necessary. (Ibid pg. 501)
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      ^ yes, using such words does put the talaaq on effect but the husband's intention must be of talaaq when he says those words....

      does not mean that if a person is angry and just tells his wife to leave him alone and get out of the house, the nikaah is terminated....
      the intention is important here....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Amber11
      Does anyone here, know about different kinds of talaaq, I always thought that Talaaq only happens when it is Verbally pronounced as "I give you Talaaq"..(Talaaq e Raji).I have just found out that there is another kind called Talaaq e Baain (irrevocable), which means Unclear Divorce....Has anyone heard about these.

      http://www.askimam.org/fatwa/fatwa.php?
      askid=2ba18f191ace5a43176c0e93c14817d5

      Q: What is Talaaq-e-Baain and what are its implications?
      A: Talaaq-e-Baain is when the husband pronounces divorce with ambiguous words with the intention of divorcing his wife, for example, ‘Get out of the house’ or ‘I do not want you anymore’. The Nikah terminates and a re-performance of Nikah is necessary. (Ibid pg. 501)

      Talaq, that is another answer. But the main question is - A husband can divorce… Can a woman also divorce, or can she give ‘Talaq’? A woman cannot give Talaq’ - because ‘Talaq is a Arabic word used for divorce, when a man gives to a woman - husband gives to a wife - but a woman can divorce. There are 5 types of divorce, in Islam - The first type is by unilateral… by unilateral agreement, between the husband and wife - Both may say… ‘Okay, we are not compatible… let us part’. The second type, is by the unilateral will of the husband, that is called a ‘Talaq’, in which, he has to forgo his ‘Meher’. If he has not paid it, he has to pay it to her… and including the gifts, he has given to her. Third type, is by the unilateral will of the wife - I repeat, by the unilateral will of the wife… if she mentions it in her marriage contract. If she mentions it in her Nikah-Nama in her marriage contract, that she has the right to give unilateral divorce, she can give it - It is call as ‘Isma’. I have never heard of anyone speaking of an Isma’ - It is called as ‘Isma - Even a woman can give divorce, Isma’. Third category is, if the husband ill-treats her, or not give her equal rights, she has the right to go to a Kazi, and nullify the marriage - It is called as ‘Nikah-e-Fask’. In this, according to the Kazi, he may ask the husband to give the full ‘Meher’, or part of the ‘Meher’, depending upon the Kazi And the last is ‘Kulah’- that even though the husband may be a very good husband, the wife has got no complaints against the husband, but for personal reasons, she does not like the husband - she has… she can request the husband, to divorce her - and that is called as Kulah’. But very few people talk about women giving divorce, to the men. Some of the Ulemas have categorized these 5 types of divorce, into 2 or 3 different categories, but broadly there are 5 types of divorce, in Islam

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      Imran can you Please direct me to more information on the web or books...thank you
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      Quote Originally Posted by Amber11
      Imran can you Please direct me to more information on the web or books...thank you
      YEa offcourse read and understabd quran Sure talaaq

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      Quote Originally Posted by imranjaff
      YEa offcourse read and understabd quran Sure talaaq
      Thank you so much, I will...Lets see how much i understand it...Thanks a lot again
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      Quote Originally Posted by armughal
      ^ yes, using such words does put the talaaq on effect but the husband's intention must be of talaaq when he says those words....

      does not mean that if a person is angry and just tells his wife to leave him alone and get out of the house, the nikaah is terminated....
      the intention is important here....
      its the intention or the 'word' itself which is important here??... if husband passses out a vague message to his wife with the intention of divorcing her and later he defy his words.. how the wife would know what was his intentions to begin with?
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      Quote Originally Posted by yourfriend
      its the intention or the 'word' itself which is important here??... if husband passses out a vague message to his wife with the intention of divorcing her and later he defy his words.. how the wife would know what was his intentions to begin with?

      thats the thing tha is confusing me a lot
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      I'm of the opinion that one cannot necessarily be divorced in an instance. To the best of my knowledge, the three talaqs are to be said at three intervals (there's more to it).

      Therefore, I wonder if saying 'talaq' indirectly or directly would constitute the marriage annul.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Amber11
      thats the thing tha is confusing me a lot
      Go here sister and read the many different issues related to what you asked:
      http://www.islam-qa.com/index.php?cref=358&ln=eng

      sample q/as are:
      If my husband said to me during an argument, “This is a separation between you and me,” but he says that he did not intend to divorce me, has divorce taken place?.

      It is an excellent collection of scenarios from people...
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      [FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]A woman cannot give ‘Talaq’ - because ‘Talaq’ is a Arabic word used for divorce, when a man gives to a woman - husband gives to a wife - but a woman can divorce. There are 5 types of divorce, in Islam - The first type is by unilateral… by unilateral agreement, between the husband and wife - Both may say… ‘Okay, we are not compatible… let us part’. The second type, is by the unilateral will of the husband, that is called a ‘Talaq’, in which, he has to forgo his ‘Meher’. If he has not paid it, he has to pay it to her… and including the gifts, he has given to her. Third type, is by the unilateral will of the wife - I repeat, by the unilateral will of the wife… if she mentions it in her marriage contract. If she mentions it in her Nikah-Nama… in her marriage contract, that she has the right to give unilateral divorce, she can give it - It is call as ‘Isma’. I have never heard of anyone speaking of an ‘Isma’ - It is called as ‘Isma’ - Even a woman can give divorce, ‘Isma’. Third category is, if the husband ill-treats her, or not give her equal rights, she has the right to go to a Kazi, and nullify the marriage - It is called as ‘Nikah-e-Fask’. In this, according to the Kazi, he may ask the husband to give the full ‘Meher’, or part of the ‘Meher’, depending upon the Kazi. And the last is ‘Kulah’- that even though the husband may be a very good husband, the wife has got no complaints against the husband, but for personal reasons, she does not like the husband - she has… she can request the husband, to divorce her - and that is called as ‘Kulah’. But very few people talk about women giving divorce, to the men. Some of the Ulemas have categorized these 5 types of divorce, into 2 or 3 different categories, but broadly there are 5 types of divorce, in Islam. Hope that answers the question.



      [/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]It is not compulsory for the husband to take the permission of the first wife, before marrying, because Qur’an says... ‘The only reason… the only condition, for a person in which he can take more than one wife, is… he should be just, between his wives’ - but it is preferable, that he takes the permission. And it is his duty, to inform his first wife that he is marrying, because Islam says... ‘If you have more than one wife, you have to do justice’. And if the permission is given by the first wife, but natural… but natural there will be more cordial relationship between the husband, and both the wives. But it is not compulsory, except in one condition… except in one condition, if the wife mentions in her marriage contract, that…‘I do not want you to take any other wife, as long as I am there’ - Then it becomes compulsory for the husband, to take the permission of the wife, before marrying – Otherwise, in all other cases it is not compulsory… it is preferable.

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      Quote Originally Posted by DaPakiGuy
      But it is not compulsory, except in one condition… except in one condition, if the wife mentions in her marriage contract, that…‘I do not want you to take any other wife, as long as I am there’ - Then it becomes compulsory for the husband, to take the permission of the wife, before marrying – Otherwise, in all other cases it is not compulsory… it is preferable.
      on my brother's nikaah, my sister-in-law asked for such a condition for the nikaah, but the Qazi refused to add it in the nikaahnama saying that Islam allows him to marry again and u cannot put up a restriction on him....
      its like making haraam what Allah has made halaal....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      A woman recently got remarried, after staying the niqah of
      her former husband for eight years.
      She has a daughter, 7 of age. Her father has never seen her.
      Anyway, a friend of my brothers had heard about her tragic story
      and he proposed. Her family were a bit shocked over the proposal.
      They consulted an iman and the "fatwa" was clear about talaaq.
      Since the husband had not supported his wife financially all these
      years, neither had he given written talaaq nor been intemate as
      couple, the "automatic" talaaq had taken place.
      So, the imam gave written "fatwa" that they are divorced and
      she is allowed to remarry.

      I never heard of this sort of talaaq before. Would like to know
      if there is a specific "period of time" attached to the process?