Divorce in Islam usually takes the form of “estrangement”.
“Estrangement” is when a husband expels his wife from the home and dissolves his marriage with her.
Mixed marriages between Christians and non-Christians began to be permitted on Cyprus after the sanctioning of marriages registered by government agencies, for which, as opposed to church marriages, differences in religion do not serve as an obstacle.
Mixed marriages are registered based upon a special document called the Matrimonial Causes Act, accepted in 1950.
There is no talk of a religious agreement as it is understood in Judaism or the Christian sacrament.