پاکستانی مسلم عائلی قوانین میں تعدد ازدواج کی شرائط و ضوابط: شرعی و قانونی تناظر

Impediments and Edicts of Polygamy in Muslim Family Laws of Pakistan: Sharʻiah and Legal Perspective

Authors

  • Dr. Ghulam Dastgeer Shaheen Chief Research Officer, Council of Islamic Ideology, Islamabad
  • Dr. Nazia Perveen PhD Urdu, Govt. College Women University, Faisalabad
  • Dr. Mehboob Ali Shah Head Master, Govt. Elementary school Mehta Jhedu, Chishtian

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53762/alqamar.05.01.u05

Keywords:

Polygamy, State regulation, Muslim Family Laws, Council of Islamic Ideology

Abstract

Muslim society has distinct communal norms from the West. The modernization of the global world created tension for Muslim zones, particularly Muslim Family Laws. Classical Islamic family law permitted the husband to enter into a maximum of four marriages at a time. In the contemporary Muslim world, Polygamy has marked the most contentious and unsettled legal issue. It requires an academic study on the advantages and disadvantages of Polygamy. The state of Pakistan introduced some impediments and edits for a second marriage to secure women's rights Failure to the state regulations will impose criminal liability on the husband. The paper in hand will analyze the confinements of the state in MFLO (Muslim Family Laws Ordinance), 1961. It will depict the contraventions of this enactment from Islamic law. This paper will examine the views of judicial and constitutional institutions on polygamous provisions. 

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Published

2022-03-31

How to Cite

Dr. Ghulam Dastgeer Shaheen, Dr. Nazia Perveen, and Dr. Mehboob Ali Shah. 2022. “پاکستانی مسلم عائلی قوانین میں تعدد ازدواج کی شرائط و ضوابط: شرعی و قانونی تناظر : Impediments and Edicts of Polygamy in Muslim Family Laws of Pakistan: Sharʻiah and Legal Perspective”. Al-Qamar 5 (1):53-62. https://doi.org/10.53762/alqamar.05.01.u05.