The Complete System of Divorce   (Talaaq)

The Complete System of Divorce (Talaaq)

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Author: Mufti Abdul Jaleel Qasmi
Publisher: Adam Publishers
Year: 2003
Language: English
Pages: 229
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8174353119


Hadhrat Mufti Sayed Abdul Jalil's book on Talaaq (Divorce) has been published numerous times in the Indo-Pak sub continent due to its academic nature and clarity. He ably discusses the philosophy of talaaq and its concept in other religions and countries. Then mentions the different types of talaaq and goes into each ones details.

This book will benefit the scholar and men of the law will appreciate the finer intricacies of the laws of talaaq, proving that the Deen is complete.

Whilst the layman will understand the rules of talaaq from the angle of simplicity and clarity. A simple advice to those who are to use the institution of talaaq is that they issues only one talaaq when their wives are in the state of purity prior to which no sexual relationship has taken place. This they will do they same work and give the same result of 3 talaaqs, however, leaving the door open for reconciliation.



The Philosophy Underlying Nikah
The Status of Nikah in Islaam
Nikah and Brotherhood
The Wisdom of Nikah
The Reality of Talaaq
The Warnings Against the issuing of Talaaq
Why is Talaaq the worst of all the Permissibilities?
The Laws of the Talaaq and Its imporatnce
The Chapter Regarding Indication Talaaq
The Ruling of Talaaq Under Duress
The Discussion on Diyaanatan (in the Sight of Allaah Ta'ala) and Qadhaa'an (in an islaamic court of Law)
The Talaaq of a Dumb Person
The Ruling of Talaaq by Means of a Letter or Written Word
Talaaq to a Ghair Madkool Beha (wife who has not been penetrated by the husband)
The Discussion of Dalaalat-E-Hall (prevailing circumstances)
To give the right of Talaaq to the Wife
Discussion on the option of Talaaq
Chapter on Raj'at (taking the wife back)
The Rulings of Khula
Annulment of Marriage and its Rulings
Islamic Court or a Shar'I Tribunal
The Ruling of a Supreme Court and the shar'i status of maintenance of a divorced woman
A Survey
The Reality of Mataa'um Bil Ma'Roof
reliable and Authentic translations and Interpretation
Explanation of Mat'a
The Islaamic System of Maintenance
Such Maintenance is Haraam
Placing a Condition of, Until a Second Nikah
A Final Question