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Till Talaq Do Us Part

Till Talaq Do Us Part

Understanding Talaq, Triple Talaq and Khula

Ziya Us Salam
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Shayara Bano knocked at the doors of the Supreme Court to challenge her husband’s sudden decision of ending their marriage using the three dreaded words: talaq, talaq, talaq.
A 1980s Bollywood movie sparked off a national debate on the validity of instant divorce, which even saw Dawat-a four-page daily published by the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind-talking about triple talaq as per the Quran.
For a long time, the battle against instant talaq has garnered public attention. In Till Talaq Do Us Part, Ziya Us Salam, an eminent social commentator and an associate editor at Frontline, presents a holistic view of how divorce works in Islam. Ranging from triple talaq to talaq granted over three months to khula and talaq-e-tafweez, the book also discusses other methods of divorce available to a Muslim couple which go ignored thanks to all the attention on talaq, talaq, talaq.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Apr/2018

ISBN: 9780143442509

Length : 240 Pages

MRP : ₹399.00

Till Talaq Do Us Part

Understanding Talaq, Triple Talaq and Khula

Ziya Us Salam

Shayara Bano knocked at the doors of the Supreme Court to challenge her husband’s sudden decision of ending their marriage using the three dreaded words: talaq, talaq, talaq.
A 1980s Bollywood movie sparked off a national debate on the validity of instant divorce, which even saw Dawat-a four-page daily published by the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind-talking about triple talaq as per the Quran.
For a long time, the battle against instant talaq has garnered public attention. In Till Talaq Do Us Part, Ziya Us Salam, an eminent social commentator and an associate editor at Frontline, presents a holistic view of how divorce works in Islam. Ranging from triple talaq to talaq granted over three months to khula and talaq-e-tafweez, the book also discusses other methods of divorce available to a Muslim couple which go ignored thanks to all the attention on talaq, talaq, talaq.

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Ziya Us Salam

Ziya Us Salam is an associate editor with Frontline. A noted literary and social commentator, he is involved in building bridges of commonality through a study of the Vedas and the Quran. He has served on the jury of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) and been a part of the jury for Best Writing on Cinema in 2008. He has also been on the preview committee of IFFI (world cinema). His book Delhi 4 Shows: Talkies of Yesteryear, a study based on the cinema halls of Delhi, was released in 2016. In 2012, he edited a book titled Housefull: The Golden Age of Hindi Cinema. Adopting a multilayered approach, he writes about literary and cinematic developments regularly and has contributed to anthologies published by the publications division of the ministry of information and broadcasting and the British Council, among others. His book Of Saffron Flags and Skull Caps will be out soon.

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