Please explain me with the light of Quran and hadiths. There and time limitation for away with wife.
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Just I want to ask about the relation about wife. Please explain me with the light of Quran and hadiths. There and time limitation for away with wife. There is any restriction in Islam must meet husband and wife after 6 month max after 6 months the Nikah is invalid. Please explain in briefly in the light of Hadith and holy Quran.
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Time limitation marriage
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Your Question: There is any restriction in Islam must meet husband and wife after 6 month max after 6 months the Nikah is invalid. Please explain in briefly in the light of Hadith and holy Quran.
Dear and beloved brother, unless and until the husband and the wife who are bonded in the sacred institution of marriage in Islam are actually divorced, or one amongst them dies.there is absolutely nothing that, by itself, automatically invalidates their nikaah or marriage in the Sight of Shariah Law.
Regardless of whether a husband lives away from ones wife for several years, regardless of whether a husband and a wife do not meet for several years, regardless of whether a husband and a wife choose not to be intimate with each for years, these actions, however disliked and detested by Allah Subhanah if done without genuine reason or cause, do not automatically invalidate of effect ones nikaah in the least.
The only things that frees oneself from the bond of marriage in the Sight of Shariah Law is the establishment of divorce, or if one amongst them dies. There is absolutely nothing in the Shariah Law which declares that a nikaah automatically and by itself expires after a particular length of time, however long that time may be!
Even in the cases where ones spouse is lost or has not returned for a prolonged period of time and thus feared dead, one must approach the Shariah Court and declare and prove to the Judge that their husband or wife is actually lost never to return and/or feared dead; and the Judge of the Shariah Court will then declare the person lost or dead, and thus legally terminate the nikaah between them.
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