عنوان مقاله [English]
The religion of Islam has considered the satisfaction of sexual instinct in the form of marriage possible. Satisfaction of sexual instinct, which is called obedience in legal terms, means a woman's response to the legitimate request of her husband, which is a general and specific response. General is the good companionship and obedience of the wife to the husband in matters related to marriage. But the meaning of special obedience, which is the subject of our discussion in this regard, we seek that despite the obedience of the husband's obligatory rights over the wife If the wife refuses, her alimony will be revoked. Are there any cases in which the alimony of the wife will not be revoked despite her refusal to obey or not? What is the opinion of the Shiite and Sunni religions in this regard? And is there a difference between the jurists? In line with research conducted by studying various legal and jurisprudential sources and books in response to this question, it can be said that there are cases that do not cause the wife's alimony to fall and the wife is not considered illegitimate, including non-financial cases can be due to the husband's illness. The woman's illness due to defects in the genitals, menstruation and puerperium, etc., and among financial cases, the need to provide a living on the condition that the wife is with the husband and the right to imprisonment provided the use of this right before obedience. Of course, it is worth mentioning There are differences of opinion among Shiite and Sunni jurists in this regard, and there are cases that have led to their unanimity.