Studying Islamic Jurisprudence and Legal Factors Influenced by Morality in Marriage and Divorce

Document Type : Original Article

Author

Assistant Professor in Theology & Islamic Sciences, Qaemshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qaemshahr, Iran

10.22034/ijrj.2019.666904

Abstract

Family rights base upon moral values. The effect of moral factors in this emotional community is a matter of fact. The correlation between legal regulations and moral principles is a main characteristic of Islamic law; hence approved and disapproved things in Islamic Jurisprudence point to moral concepts. The present paper aims at investigating and adapting moral factors affecting marriage and divorce and tries to employ descriptive and analytic methods to answer   this question: Did legislators consider moral principles in family rights? The author emphasizes that since marriage and divorce rules are influenced by Quran culture, the influence of moral lessons is undoubtedly unavoidable in this area. Factors such as the responsibility of wife and husband to behave well, forgiveness, marriage portion due payment, commitment to justice among wives, moral principles of divorce, custodial, expenditures of wife and her relatives are all legal elements smoothened by moral principles.

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