Can I remarry my ex husband in Islam?
It is not permissible to marry a woman if one's objective is to make her permissible for her first husband per classical Islamic law. There are hadith from that confirm that entering a tahleel marriage with the intention of divorcing so that the original spouses can be remarry is forbidden (haraam).
What does Quran say about divorce?
The subject of divorce is addressed in four different surahs of the Quran, including the general principle articulated in 2:231: If you divorce women, and they reach their appointed term, hold them back in amity or let them go in amity. Do not hold them back out of malice, to be vindictive.
Can a wife go back to her husband after Khula?
A:Yes definity it is possible for both to remarry with each others after khula even though iddat period has been expired. Remarriage with same same husband is possible if wife and husband both want to live together again after khula.
What is the Iddah period after divorce?
In Islam, iddah or iddat (Arabic: العدة; period of waiting) is the period a woman must observe after the death of her husband or after a divorce, during which she may not marry another man. Its purpose is to remove any doubt as to the paternity of a child born after the divorce or death of the prior husband.