الجمعة , مارس 1 2024

Marital Dissolution due to War Resulted Loss of Senses and Limbs Amputations

التفريق بعيوب فقد الحواس وقطع الأطراف الناشئة عن الإصابات الحربية

Wars are the main cause of the loss of senses and limbs amputations for many. The research touches upon the impact of war resulted sight, speech and hearing loss on marriage contract, it establishes a corroborating evidence to the separation choice because of such losses. It also shows the impact of war resulted mutilations of the nose and ear and limbs amputations or paralysis on establishing a corroborating evidence to dissolution.

The research concluded the establishment of a corroborating evidence to the dissolution choice due to the war resulted defects in certain cases than in others. Such dissolution is based on the fulfillment of its reasons such as aversion amongst espouses or on the reason of not achieving the purpose of marriage which includes zest, mercy and affection. Therefore, the dissolution choice is approved with evidence in the cases of blindness, deaf and limbs amputations but not in the case of nose mutilation where there are some details in certain cases .The researchers recommend endurance and patience for the espouses where they should not seek dissolution because their relationship is a bond between two souls and a connection between two hearts.

Keywords: Dissolution, Defects, War resulted injuries.

Dr. Esam Sobhi SHREIR, Assistant professor of the principles of jurisprudence, AlAqsa University, Ghaza – PALESTINE

T. Anas Mohamed LATOOF, MA student of comparative jurisprudence, University of Tripoli – LEBANON

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