International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

Volume 6 - Issue 3 (4) | PP: 198 - 215 Language : العربية

Trial marriage: jurisprudential conditioning and judgments

Bandar Saqr Al Dhiyabi
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
9/10/2021 24/10/2021 11/11/2021 30/11/2021
I discussed the definition of a trial marriage which is defined as a contract in which the spouses are prohibited from separating for a specific period to be agreed upon, and each spouse stipulates conditions to the other when the contract is fulfilled. The contract remains in the past, and the owner of the condition has the right to annul the marriage after the expiration of the contract. This paper also emphasized its jurisprudential modifications which include the fact that it is a lawful contract with important stipulations, a contract of peace, and a contract of pleasure void. It mentioned the following terms in addition to studying some of the contract's partial conditions. Then I suggested a number of things including: a desire to establish specialized centers for the establishment of marriage rehabilitation programs as well as facilitating and speeding up the communication mechanism between members of society on the one hand, and bodies and houses of fatwas and family counseling centers on the other in addition to the importance of studying and analyzing community projects from responsible authorities in this regard before implementing them, and the significance of resolving family issues before they become difficult Also, one should be wary of appeals that promote low-cost merchandise that contradicts Islamic beliefs and societal values in the name of profit and fame.

How To Cite This Article
Al Dhiyabi , B. S. (2021). Trial marriage: jurisprudential conditioning and judgments . International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies, 6 (3), 198-215,

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