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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3141-3150


The Growing Ratio of Redemption (Khula) in the Current Scenario (Analysis of Students’ Perception under Islamic Injunctions)

Dr. Naseem Akhter, Dr. Shaheeda Rasheed, Dr. Qurat ul Ain Bashir, Shumaila Rafique, Dr. Muhammad Haseeb, Dr. Arshad Munir.

Abstract
Redemption (Khula) means to leave her husband. If it becomes difficult for the couple to live together, they should separate by mutual consent so that both difficulties and problems can be avoided. Redemption (Khula) is allowed in Islam, but only if it becomes difficult for the couple to live together. Otherwise, redemption (Khula) is not a good practice. If we see at the lives of women who took redemption (Khula) in today's society, most of the women endure numerous issues since women who have experienced redemption (Khula) are not looked upon favorably. The reason for this research work to discover the reasons for the developing drift of redemption (Khula) in society and to watch the Islamic lessons in this respect. For this reason, 120 female students were taken from Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar. The number of questions that were asked, was eleven. The conclusion gotten by the views was communicated in different tables and shapes. The result was that the drift of redemption (Khula) within the society is expanding day by day in which media and self-phone are playing an imperative part. Most of the women who take redemption (Khula) are working women who belong to the various fields who don't like limitations and want freedom. The main reason for this is the forgetfulness of Islamic teachings. The negative effects of a curse like redemption (Khula) are effected not only to children but also to society. With the growing trend of redemption (Khula), society is on a decline status. It is a dire need that we should follow the teachings of Islam and spend our lives accordingly. Then the situation of society can be better. This research work can be useful and informative for readers and research scholars for its specific field.

Key words: Growing ratio, Redemption (Khula), Current Scenario, Society, Islamic Interjection



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