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Comparative Study of Third Divorce in Law and Order

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 4)

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Page : 149-152

Keywords : Divorce; You don't;

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Divorce is one of the ways to resolve conflict and family problems. According to Islam divorce is the worst acts of allowed ones, while with all negative and bad charateris tics that it has the need for it in solving Family issues is outmost and we cannot reject the need for it. Besides the importance of divorce is breaking the family system of Islams emphasis on the survival of the family as the nucleus of society and has lost of advice. So according to this point divorce is the last choice and divorce subordinate a series of rules which one of these rules is that the divorce must take once and in form of revolving in hope that the couple problems and issues be solved in this from but if its not solved then they can use the second form of divorce and again reversion due to hold the wife and husband to gather for continuing their shared life. But if these acts have no effect in solving the couple problems the man is able to use the third divorce and a marital separation. He does this due to blockage of all paths for keeping the warm club of family without any advantages. There are some people who did the third divorce instead to follow the whole principles and this act is against Islamic sharia and has its own problems. This act face us with famous quote that says that why a wise man do and act to sorrow. There are different viewpoints about such divorce and beside this issue most of the current and past jurisprudences are believed that this type of divorce with its force and strength must be done but in other hand some other scholars are against this issue and claims that divorce must be once and each of scholars present several reasons for their ideas.

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