Divorce prior to the bride's departure from her parent's home
Before the bride could even go to her husband's home, he divorced her. Alternatively, she went to her husband's home but they did not meet in privacy or seclusion which could be considered to be valid in the Shari‘ah. This privacy or seclusion was explained in the chapter on mahr. Before they could meet in privacy and seclusion, the husband divorced her. In such circumstances, talaqul ba’in will take place irrespective of whether the divorce was uttered in clear words or in vague terms. When such a woman is divorced, talaqulba’in will take place and she does not have to complete any ‘iddah. Immediately after being divorced, she can marry another person.Furthermore, after issuing one divorce to such a woman, the man does not have the right or choice of giving a second or third divorce. If he does so, it will not apply. However, if in the first time, he says: "I give you two divorces, or, three divorces", two or three divorces will take place. If he says: "I divorce you, divorce you, divorce you", even then one divorce will take place with regard to such a woman.
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السبت 4 شوّال 1440
Saturday Shawwal 4 1440
08 June 2019
PRAYER IN CONGREGATION IS ONE OF THE SUNNAH OF GUIDANCE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF SALAAH
Abdullah bin Mas'ud Radiallahu Anhu reported:
He who would like to meet Allah tomorrow as Muslim, he should persevere and be on guard with regard to observing these prayers (Salaah), when the call is announced for them (Athaan), for Allah has ordained for your Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam the paths of right guidance, and these (prayers) are among the paths of right guidance.
If you were to pray in your houses as this man who stays away (from the mosque) and prays in his house, you would abandon the practice (Sunnah) of your Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam, and if you were to abandon the practice (Sunnah) of your Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam, you would go astray.
No man purifies himself (makes Wudhu), doing it well, then makes for one of those mosques without Allah recording a blessing for him for every step he takes and raising him a stage for it, and effacing a sin from him for it.
I have seen the time when no one stayed away from it (Salaah), except a hypocrite, who was well known for his hypocrisy, whereas a man would be brought swaying (due to weakness) between two men till he was set up in the saff.