Women searching for boy for khula in faisalabad
When petition for khula is taken to the Sharia courts, a judge is permitted to substitute the husband and annul the marriage.
This process of judicial annulment is also commonly referred to as faskh, which typically occurs when the husband refuses to consent to the wife’s decision to ensure that she is not pregnant.
The most well known story that references khula and serves as the basis for legal interpretations is the story of Jamilah, the wife of Thabit ibn Qays: Narrated Ibn 'Abbas: The wife of Thabit bin Qais came to the Prophet and said, "O Allah's Apostle!
I do not blame Thabit for defects in his character or his religion, but I, being a Muslim, dislike to behave in un-Islamic manner if I remain with him." On that Allah's Apostle said to her, "Will you give back the garden which your husband has given you as Mahr?
" She said, "Yes." Then the Prophet ordered to Thabit, "O Thabit!
In case of divorce women has to wait for three menstrual cycles.
Most jurists recommend waiting for the three menstrual cycles even for the iddah of a divorce through khula.