A man is reading a book next to his wife, and he comes across the ruling that if a wife tells her husband she divorces him it has no effect. So the man explains this to his wife. He then tells his wife, “If a man was to tell his wife I divorce you, I divorce you, I divorce you then the marriage is annulled”, or maybe he said: “If I was to say I divorce, I divorce, I divorce, then you are divorced”, or maybe he said “If I was to say I divorce you, I divorce you, I divorce you then that counts as a divorce”. He had no intention of divorcing his wife, but was merely explaining the rules of divorce to his wife, does this count as a divorce?
In the case referred to the above-mentioned question, Talaaq will not take place. This is because, the man neither intended divorce nor was he addressing his wife rather he was narrating and explaining the rulings of Talaaq to her.