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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2010) The triple talaq is a mechanism for divorce which exists in Sunni and its associated forms of Islam, while rejected by the Shia Muslims. It simply consists of the husband saying the phrase I divorce you (Arabic:talaq) to the wife, three times. Contents 1 Legal status 2 Different Islamic views on triple talaq 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Legal status The neutrality of this section is disputed. Please see the discussion on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until the dispute is resolved. (January 2011) The practice is banned by law in many nations, including Turkey, Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq, Iran, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh[citation needed]. (Most of these countries are Sunni dominated regions.) Indian Courts do not hold any talaq without arbitration and reconciliation as valid talaq. Different Islamic views on triple talaq Some Sunnis prefer a similar method of divorce, in which the three talaq statements are said at three intervals, during three successive menstrual cycles of the wife, provided no sexual relations have taken place between the couple. This is considered legally acceptable by some Sunni religious authorities. Both these Sunnis and Shi'as have very similar views in that respect. Shi'as have a very dim view of this practice since they believe it makes a mockery of the principles and aim of both nikah and talaq, and is un-Quranic. Shi'a believe that a talaq procedure is not completed until the end of the Iddah. Repeating "talaq" during that period means nothing more than expressing the determination to fulfill the procedure and therefore bears no juridical consequences. In other words, it is the procedure that counts, not the actual words. Moreover shi'as hold that reconciliation during the iddah period can effectively repeal a Talaq and therefore the couple may remain married. According to this position Three-fold Talaq in one instance or sitting has no validity to permanently separate the couple but in essence counts as a single Talaq utterance. See also Islamic view of marriage References External links Sunni viewpoint thoroughly elucidated with ahaadeeth irfi.org -Scholarly article on the history of the Triple Talaq procedure islamonline.net - Sunni ruling on triple talaq [1] - Misconceptions on Divorce in Sleep