The All India Muslim Personal Law Board submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court on Monday (May 22) claiming that it will ask all the members of the Islamic community to socially boycott those who have resorted to Triple Talaq as it may “minimize” such incidents in future.
In a new development, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has told the Supreme Court bench that it will issue a circular which will ensure that qazis get a bond signed by Muslim men which will ban them from giving Triple Talaq.
While defending Triple Talaq in front of the constitutional five-member Bench in Supreme Court on Tuesday (May 16), the All India Muslim Personal Board explained the purpose of Nikaahnama to the bench. Advocate Ejaz Maqbool, who was speaking on AIMPLB’s behalf, said that it is a marital contract in which women can include clauses to(…)
With so much focus on triple talaq one must understand the dynamics of marriage and divorce amongst Indian Muslims, how the position of Indian Muslim women can be secured and why in spite of the rights given by Islam to women, their position is still so insecure. When Islam came into the world in the 7th century(…)