Uttering ‘Talak Talak Talak’ Will No Longer Be Legal To Divorce In Islam In India!

In India the Muslim woman used to get divorce if her husband used to utter three consecutive times the word ”Talak”.

Unfortunately this malpractice was even started on the electronic media also, like saying ‘Talak Talak Talak’ on the mobile phone, or social media of internet, which made the things worst for these women.

Now after a long social battle in the Indian society on 30th of July 2019, the Government of India has passed a Law that now just saying ‘Talak, Talak, Talak’ will not suffice to give divorce to a Muslim Lady but it has to follow the rules to provide justice to the women.

This reform by indian Government is welcomed by each and every one from all the religions and people are congratulating the Muslim Ladies on getting their prevelege to fight out for justice!

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Updated: August 7, 2019 — 4:59 am

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Alex Socorro
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This is amusing to know that in India there is that reason for divorce by just saying a word 3 times. Sometimes it is funny but maybe the tradition has a purpose for that.

Oghenekome Irobo
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This verse is self-explanatory: there is no concept of three divorces in Islam. It is after the second divorce that a man can retain his wife or get separated. The concept Of “Three Divorces” does not exist in the Quran. The concept of “triple Talaq in one sitting” or “Instant Talaq” is alien to the Quran. The Court wants to establish whether or not Triple talaq is an essential feature of Islamic belief and practice. In a 397-page ruling, though two judges upheld validity of Instant triple talaq (talaq-e-biddat), the three other judges held that it was unconstitutional, thus barring… Read more »

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