Abu Dawud Book 6. Divorce

Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2180.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Abdullah ibn Umar : AbdurRahman ibn Ayman, the client of Urwah, asked Ibn Umar and AbuzZubayr was was listening: What do you think if a man divorces his wife while she is menstruating? He…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2181.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Imran ibn Husayn : Mutarrif ibn Abdullah reported:Imran ibn Husayn was asked about a person who divorces his wife, and then has intercourse with her, but he does not call any witness to her…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2182.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Abdullah ibn Abbas : Umar ibn Mu’tab reported: AbuHasan, a client of Banu Nawfal asked Ibn Abbas: A slave had a wife who was a slave-girl. He divorced her by two pronouncements. Afterwards both…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2183.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Abdullah ibn Abbas : The aforesaid tradition (No. 2182) has also been transmitted by Ali (ibn al-Mubarak) through a different chain of narrators to the same effect. This version adds: Ibn Abbas said: There…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2184.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By ‘Aisha, Ummul Mu’minin : The Prophet (PBUH) said: The divorce of a slave-woman consists in saying it twice and her waiting period is two menstrual courses (qur’) AbuAsim said: A similar tradition has been…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2185.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As : The Prophet (PBUH) said: There is no divorce except in what you possess; there is no possession, there is no sale transaction till you possess. The narrator Ibn…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2189.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By AbuHurayrah : The Prophet (PBUH) said: There are three things which, whether undertaken seriously or in jest, are treated as serious: Marriage, divorce and taking back a wife (after a divorce which is not…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2190.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By Abdullah ibn Abbas : Divorced women shall wait concerning themselves for three monthly periods. Nor is it lawful for them to hide what Allah hath created in their wombs. This means that if a…

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Abu Dawud Book 6, Hadith Number 2198.

Chapter : Not known. Narated By AbuHurayrah : Hammad ibn Zayd said: I asked Ayyub: Do you know anyone who narrates the tradition narrated by Al-Hasan about uttering the words (addressing wife). “Your matter is in your hand”? He replied:…

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