The Grounds for Divorce for Christians: A Comparative study with Islamic law/Shari’ah and the Personal Status Law of Jordan for 2010
This study is about reasons for divorce according to Christianity in comparison to Islamic Law/Shari’ah and the New Jordanian Personal Status Law of 2010. The study includes two chapters, while the first one defines divorce and its ruling “hokom” according to Shari’ah and Christianity, the other chapter of the research studies reasons for divorce for Christians, and how Shari’ah and the Jordanian Personal Status Law interpret these reasons. The study concludes that most of the divorce reasons in Christianity are already there in Shari’ah and the Jordanian Law, which is based on this magnificent Shari’ah. It also reveals that Divorce is not only related to our Shari’ah, but also it is followed by many Christian Sects.
Al Naddaf, Maher Ma’rouf and Al Kordi, Ra'ed Ali
"The Grounds for Divorce for Christians: A Comparative study with Islamic law/Shari’ah and the Personal Status Law of Jordan for 2010,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2017:
70, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2017/iss70/1