Since Muslim societies witnessed rapid socio-economic change in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, demands for new approaches towards triple talaq were initiated and, as a result, a number of Muslim societies codified and modified their family laws to suit the new social, economic and political orders. Despite the fact that many Muslim family laws have been subjected to various restrictions and the practice of triple talaq has been legally demolished, the social practice of triple talaq and the position of conservative scholars towards triple talaq have remained valid. The situation of triple talaq in Oman, for instance, represents this. The rigidity of the position of Ibadi scholars towards triple talaq at one time persists, despite the fact that triple talaq at one time was legally considered as one talaq. This is, of course – as I have argued in this chapter – an area of conflict between the Omani Personal Status Law and the opinions of the contemporary Ibadi religious authority in Oman. The remaining question is about the situation of talaq, traditional culture and development in contemporary Oman. This will be explored in the next chapter.