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So I saw this topic on the news today http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39480846

 

Has anyone heard of it or heard of it being practised? Your thoughts?

the people described in the article are doing one blunder after another. Divorce via text msg? A mufti wanna be father who is so sure marriage has ended? A woman wants to go back to an abusive husband ?

 

As you know, in proper Islamic law, when a man divorces a wife there is ability to get back together. The idea is that the man divorces, they separate, cool down and think about it. Within a time limit if they decide to get back together again, they can. But not if that have happened 3 times. Only way ex husband and wife can get back together again after 3 divorces is when the woman marries another man but that marriage also ends up in a divorce.

Also it's not allowed to get married only to intentionally divorce the next day.

 

Traditionally when muslims wanted exploit the loophole in the law, they arranged a 3rd party man to marry the woman and consummate the marriage (not same as sex). Traditionally consummation meant that the man and woman spent in a room together alone. No touching was needed to consume.

 

Triple divorce it self is a corruption. Then intentional temporary marriage is another corruption. Scholars could put an end to this if they wanted based on necessity of time. It's not as if anyone is trying to follow the religion here.

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Isn't it the woman can only get back with a husband (after being given talaq 3 times PROPERLY not the talaq talaq talaq version) when she genuinely marries another, the marriage is consummated genuinely, and for whatever reason it ends in genuine divorce or splitting such as person dies or something of that sort.

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Isn't it the woman can only get back with a husband (after being given talaq 3 times PROPERLY not the talaq talaq talaq version) when she genuinely marries another, the marriage is consummated genuinely, and for whatever reason it ends in genuine divorce or splitting such as person dies or something of that sort.

 

Yes, the intention to marry the second husband mustn't be to divorce him.

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