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Saying ‘I will give you talaaq’

QUESTION

Assalamualaikum warahamatullahi wabarkatuh mufti sb, Recently I had a dispute with my wife as she missed the farz fast of Ramazan without valid reason.I was explaining to her the wayeed of leaving farz fasting which she took it lightly and I got angry and said. Iske waaste “Mai tuje talaaq doonga” has talaq occurred in this case.later we compromised. Please guide me in this matter.

Jazak Allah khair

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ANSWER

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuhu.

The statement, “Mai tuje talaaq doonga” means, “I will give you divorce”. This refers to an intention to give divorce in the future. This statement does not constitute divorce.

In future, we advise you to apply wisdom and diplomacy in correcting the wife. It is unwise and inappropriate for you to threaten your wife with divorce, in order to correct her[1].

And Allah Ta ‘āla Knows Best

Bayazeed

Student – Darul Iftaa

UK

 

Checked and approved by,

Mufti Ebrahim Desai

23-02-1440 | 22-10-2019

 


[1] تنقيح الفتاوي الحامدية (1/82)

صيغة المضارع لا يقع بها الطلاق الا إذا غلبت في الحال

 

البحر الرائق شرح كنز الدقائق (3/274)

وكلمة لاللإستقبال غالبا فان لم يكن له نية لم يقع في الحال

 

فتاوی عثمانیہ (6/44)

جن الفاظ میں مستقبل میں طلاق دینے کی صرف دھمکی ہو یا مستقبل میں طلاق دینے کے عزم کا اظہار ہو ان سے طلاق واقع نہیں ہوتی۔

 

احسن الفتاوى (5/ 148)

صیغہ مستقبل سے طلاق نہیں ہوتی

 

فتاوی محمودیہ (18/93)

وعدہ طلاق سے طلاق واقع نہیں ہوتی۔

 

 

 

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