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  • #46
    Irrevocable Divorce in Islam

    Irrevocable dissolution of marriage may take one of several forms with different consequences. Irrevocable Divorce in Islam

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      The Consequences of Divorce

      A view of divorce as a whole, and particularly a consideration of the ‘why’, ‘when’, ‘how’, who, and ‘what’ show how divorce may be conceived as a moral, self-restricting, and self-correcting act. The Consequences of Divorce

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      • #48
        The Divine Religion

        Islam is a true religion, and Allah has promised the victory over those who hold fast to this religion of peace with a condition that they have to believe and accept that Allah is the only Creator. http://tinyurl.com/4jrfeg9

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        • #49
          The Agents of Divorce

          Some channels of Islamic divorce are open to the man only; some to woman only, with or without judicial intervention; and some to both, directly or through judicial process, with or without the partners’ consent. The Agents of Divorce

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          • #50
            Succession and Inheritance

            The characteristic of the Islamic law of inheritance must be sought from a different standpoint. In fact, the very term different would seem to characterize this Islamic law more accurately than anything else suggested so far. Succession and Inheritance

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