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101 The Lord Hath Prohibited






the practice to which ye formerly had
recourse when thrice ye had divorced a woman. 68


This relates to a law of Islam set out in the Qur'an which decreed that
under certain conditions a man could not remarry his divorced wife unless
she had married and been divorced by another man. Baha'u'llah affirms that
this is the practice which has been prohibited in the Kitab-i-Aqdas (Q and
A 31).





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