Issues: Slavery & Divorce
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3. women were head dresses
In the laws of Islam (sharia) there are three kinds of divorce, each with separate rules. When a man has initiated a divorce, the procedure is called ṭalāq When a husband accuses his wife of adultery without supplying witnesses and the wife denies it, the process is called li'ān. When a woman has initiated a divorce it is called khula. Talaq is easily obtained, while obtaining khula is typically quite difficult.
In the ṭalāq divorce, the husband pronounces the phrase "I divorce you" (in Arabic,talaq) to his wife, three times. Many Islamic scholars believe there is a waiting period involved between the three talaqs, pointing to Quran 65:1[and various hadiths. However the practice of "triple ṭalāq" at one sitting has been "legally recognized historically and has been particularly practiced in Saudi Arabia."