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|Date of Issue||2019|
|Identifier (Citation)||Sonneveld, N., & Stiles, E. (2019). Khulʿ: Local Contours of a Global Phenomenon. Islamic Law and Society, 26(1-2), 1–11. doi:10.1163/15685195-02612p01||en_US|
|Description||This special issue of Islamic Law and Society takes a close look at contemporary manifestations of an Islamic divorce procedure known as khul. Studying khul. is not an easy matter, in large part because it is not exactly clear what khul. is. Is khul. consensual or non-consensual, judicial or extrajudicial, fault or no-fault based? Does khul result in talaq (unilateral repudiation by a husband), or is it an entirely different form of divorce? Is khul initiated by wives or by husbands? As we will explain below, the answer to all of these questions is "yes," as khul is all of these things.||en_US|
|Publisher||Islamic Law and Society||en_US|
|Rights||Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International||*|
|Title||Khul : Local Contours of a Global Phenomenon||en_US|