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Islam provides a complete regulation before coming up to the final decision of divorce. If a husband decides to divorce his wife, he should wait until her menstrual cycle of that month and say the divorce sentence only once, and then wait for a period of three months. This period is called Iddah. During the period, the husband is responsible for wife’s expenses and if the issues between them get resolved and they want to reunite, they can do it without any hassle and the marriage would be sustained. This is for the first divorce. But now they will be left with only two divorce rights. Read More Info: www.ilinktours.com/blog
Hi All This is another topic I’ve touched on a number of times here and again I’ve not seen any rational response so far so I’ll raise it again here in a separate thread. Is divorce an evil? Is a society that shows a zero divorce rate healthier than one that has a higher rate? My position is that a divorce rate shows that a society allows people the freedom to admit that they’ve made a mistake and to get out of a marriage that no longer works for them. We are all human, we change over the course of our lives so it’s inevitable that some people will drift apart and such people will be happier if they are allowed to divorce and the scientific evidence is clear that children are far healthier mentally if their parents who have drifted apart divorce rather than staying together for the children. A very low or zero divorce rate suggests that a society restricts people from making this rational decision condemning many unhappy people to remain unhappy for the rest of their lives rather than getting out of this bad situation to the detriment of them and their children. What do you feel about divorce? Russell