Islamic Laws

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Islamic Laws is a book of Islamic jurisprudence authored by Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani.


  • The divorce of a wife who develops an aversion from husband and hates him, and surrenders to him her Mahr[1] or some of her property so that he may divorce her, is called Khula Divorce[2] The hatred must have reached a proportion where she would not allow him conjugal rights.
    • Divorce chapter; 2537


  1. mahr=dowry
  2. Khula divorce=~the husband can demand a payment to grant to divorce. No divorce is possible without the husband's permission under Islamic laws.

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