Right to Divorce
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. I got married to a person who was not earning and was a still a student. It was a just a nikah (contract) without walimah (wedding feast). A week after the wedding, I came alone to Canada for my studies and it’s been almost two years since then and my husband is still struggling to clear his failed exams. My parents are worried about my future and spend sleepless nights. Will I be committing a sin if I seek divorce and intend to marry someone else? Is it a valid reason to separate from him because he doesn’t earn and is not able to take care of me? Please help me take a better decision. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. What does Islam say about divorce? I mean if there are some qualities which the husband does not like in his wife, should he divorce her? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Respected Sheikh, As-Salamu `alaykum. Does the woman have the right to ask for the divorce?
Assalamu aleykum wa rahmatoullahi wa barakatou Dear IOL,I would like to know the exact method for a woman to declare divorce when there has been a pre-marriage agreement to allow "talaq-ul-tafweed" . I have been married (a remarriage to my husband) for 2 1/2 years, but he has now broken many conditions of the marriage, by cheating on me, being violent to my daughter and insulting/abusing my mother, and many other things. At the time of marriage, he accepted that I would be allowed the automatic right to divorce "talaq-ul-tafweed". We both signed this contract infront of witnesses. Can you tell me exactly how I would declare my divorce, inshAllah. Do I simply declare "I divorce you" three times? I would be most grateful for our help, inshAllah.JazakAllahu khayrunWasalamSr Sarah