Anna Holzinger is mid-thirties and has a rather unconventional approach to the daily challenges of life. And there are many, because Anna is next to her job as a dental assistant and loving mother of three children between eight and 15 years, coming from three different men! From very different men: Tom is a good-humored slacker and womanizer with constantly changing girlfriends and chronic lack of money. Karl-Friedrich, named Kafi is noble and now gay. And then there is Eugen, a nerd like a picture book and still madly in love with Anna. Each of the three has its own apartment while the child care home will usually be interviewed in Annas. Means: Anna's kitchen is always full of family problems, chaos and fun. Anna can not with the three men, but without expressly can not.

Type: Scripted

Languages: German

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-02-09

Triple Ex - Divorce in Islam - Netflix

Divorce in Islam can take a variety of forms, some initiated by the husband and some initiated by the wife. The main traditional legal categories are talaq (repudiation), khulʿ (mutual divorce), judicial divorce and oaths. The theory and practice of divorce in the Islamic world have varied according to time and place. Historically, the rules of divorce were governed by sharia, as interpreted by traditional Islamic jurisprudence, though they differed depending on the legal school, and in general, historical practices sometimes diverged from legal theory. In modern times, as personal status (family) laws were codified, they generally remained “within the orbit of Islamic law”, but control over the norms of divorce shifted from traditional jurists to the state.

Triple Ex - Prevalence - Netflix

According to Yossef Rapoport, in the 15th century, the rate of divorce was higher than it is today in the modern Middle East, which has generally low rates of divorce. In 15th century Egypt, Al-Sakhawi recorded the marital history of 500 women, the largest sample on marriage in the Middle Ages, and found that at least a third of all women in the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt and Syria married more than once, with many marrying three or more times. According to Al-Sakhawi, as many as three out of ten marriages in 15th century Cairo ended in divorce. In the early 20th century, some villages in western Java and the Malay peninsula had divorce rates as high as 70%.

Triple Ex - References - Netflix