US-based Muslims divorce their wives in India using WhatsApp

Both women were divorced unilaterally. “Hussaini, who lives in the US sent three words over WhatsApp – Talaq, Talaq, Talaq – and completed the process of divorce.”

That was all that Islamic law required. If, however, Heena Fatima had sought a divorce, she would have had to go before a Sharia court and convince it that she had good reasons for the divorce.

Feminists remain silent about this institutionalized inequality.

“Hyderabad: 2 Muslim women divorced over WhatsApp by US-based husbands,” IndiaToday, March 4, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

Two Muslim women in Hyderabad have been divorced over WhatsApp by their husbands living in the US. The two women have lodged complaint with the police.

Two divorces in a Hyderabad family have ignited the debate over triple talaq. Two women living in Hyderabad were divorced over WhatsApp by their respective husbands.

The husbands are brothers, who decided to divorce their wives one after another over the mobile chatting app.

Heena Fatima was divorced by her husband Syed Fayazuddin Hussain in a few weeks ago. They had married in February, 2013.

Four years later Hussaini, who lives in the US sent three words over WhatsApp – Talaq, Talaq, Talaq – and completed the process of divorce. Later, he also sent the divorce papers from the US…

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