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Temporary Marriage Fixed-Term/Temporary/Pleasure Marriage are different names for the Arabic word of Mut'a which is a contract between a man and woman, much in the same way the Long-Term/Permanent/Conventional Marriage is. The main difference is that the temporary marriage longs only for a specified period of time, and man and woman will become stranger to ...


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(This is this the Shi'a view of Mut'ah marriage) Temporary marriage is called Mut'ah in Islam. Mutah is from root ma ta a that means enjoying [from a woman]. We know in permanent marriage there is not needed to husband pay wage to his wife for each time he have sex with her (enjoys from her). But Quran has a verse saying when you enjoyed her you should pay ...


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One Narration/Hadith and different Additions First of all the Hadith itself ended with "Allah's Apostle forbade the Shighar." the rest of it is more or less ijtihad as it's based on a saying of the tabi'i Nafi' mawla Abdullah ibn 'Omar (May Allah be pleased with them). And after that came some fiqh terms such as "the marriage is valid but its condition is ...


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Nikah Misyar This marriage is a normal Islamic marriage with the exception that the husband and wife give up several rights by their own free will, such as living together, equal division of nights between wives in cases of polygyny, the wife's rights to housing, and maintenance money ("nafaqa"), and the husband's right of homekeeping, and access etc. and ...


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That's a very good and common question. There's actually a brilliant wisdom behind the practice that points to the superior wisdom of Islam. In prostitution there is no moral basis, no moderation, no legal considerations, and no respect and responsibility in the sexual relationship. Prostitution is therefore an act solely motivated by one's arbitrary carnal ...


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The Hadith attributed to Imam Ali (S.A.) about prohibiting of Mut'ah by the Prophet is not considered authentic by Shia scholars. Temporary marriage is called Mut'ah in Islam. All rules of permanent marriage are applied in temporary marriage unless few like a limited time is agreed, the children is for father, the child does not have heir. According to ...


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In both Shia and Sunni sources, there is no evidence that shows the prophet did practice the Muta'ah marriage when it was considered permissible to do so. However, according to sunnis. The prophet prohibited the mutah marriage after wining the war of khebar. While according to shia sources, Muta'ah marriage is still permissible. For more Information about ...


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According to Shia Islam there is no proved evidence that show prophet himself did Mutah. But please note when permission of an action is proved by Quran or authentic hadith there is no need for evidence that prophet or Ahl ul-Bayt practiced it and the evidence from Quran or Haith is enough to it be considered permitted. There is a verse in Quran and many ...


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This is incorrect, and False. Umar never forbade, it was the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) who completely and forever forbade it on the day of Khaybar, and this is what authentically known through Ali himself (according to both Sunni and Shia books). It is narrated in both Bukari and Muslim, that Ali said: نهى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم عن ...


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I see no contradiction here; you're just dealing with what looks to be a sloppy translation. There are two events narrated here: One in which Ali says that the prophet forbade mut'a during the battle of Khaybar, and another in which Sabra indicates that mut'a was permitted during the conquest of Mecca and then later forbidden. Your claim that mut'a was "...


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Basically the answer of Who are the women that a man is forbidden to marry? should answer this question clearly as even if this marriage is temporary the relevant rules of nikah apply. As Allah the almighty say: Prohibited to you [for marriage] are … your wives' mothers, and your step-daughters under your guardianship [born] of your wives unto whom you ...


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All of these are obviously forbidden, because the Qur'an says: Prohibited to you [for marriage] are your mothers, your daughters, your sisters ... And [also prohibited are] ... you take [in marriage] two sisters simultaneously ... Qur'an 4:23 Basically: Matrimonial relation is forbidden with women who are considered one’s Mahram, for instance, ...


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List of Ahadith saying that it was prophet Mohammad (pbuh) who banned muta: sahih Bukhari Volume 5, Book 59, Number 526 sahih Bukhari Volume 5, Book 59, Number 527 Sahih Bukhari Volume 9, Book 86, Number 91 Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3260 Sahih Muslim Book 021, Number 4763 Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3262 Sahih Muslim ...


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Firstly, the Sunnah is a revelation from Allah like the Quran, so what the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) has said, is from Allah. Now to answer the question, the Quran does not directly forbid Mut'ah, but Mut'ah is forbidden according to the Quran. In Mut'ah the women is not a wife, and every women who is not a wife or what the right hand ...


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According to the Sunni view, Mut’ah marriage was allowed in early Islam, but later on the rules were changed. Similar to how alcohol was also allowed in early Islam, then later the rules for alcohol were also changed. Have a read of this hadith regarding the rule change for mut'ah marriage: It was narrated from al-Rabee’ ibn Sabrah al-Juhani that his ...


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There are rules which are introduced gradually during 23 years of Quran being inspired, so there are some obsolete verses in Quran, but there are verses which state a rule and never come to be obsolete then after, so that the rule will remain a rule for ever after. And the verse about Mut'ah (cited in the answers by other brothers) is not one of those ...


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No nikah al-mut'a isn't punishable (meaning via hadd) in any sunni madhab according almost all sunni scholars and schools (hanafi, maliki and hanbali and the most soundest view of shafi'i jurisprudence school). This can be read in the al-Mawsu'a al-fiqhiya (see for example What is al-Mawsoo’ah al-Fiqhiyyah?): جاء في الموسوعة الفقهية الكويتية (41 / 342) " ...


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This question ultimately needs to be asked from Allah. The verse exists in Quran. Yet the following answer to provide more context. Literally this question has been asked by Abu Hanifa. The answer to it has been recorded in Al-Kafi Vol. 5, Pg. 450: سأل أبو حنیفة ، أبا جعفر محمد بن النعمان صاحب الطاق فقال له : یا أبا جعفر ما تقول فی المتعة أتزعم أنها ...


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In general, when a "marriage is valid but the condition is illegal" , It means that the married couple are still considered married according to Shari'a , so the marriage contract is valid , but those conditions are not accepted in Shari'a and they must not be met. Some illegal conditions make the marriage invalid and some don't. The condition here ...


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All perfect praise be to Allah So, here is the answer in arabic... I will be translating some of the parts of this answer here. ففي صحيح البخاري عن عمران بن حصين رضي الله عنهما قال : أُنْزِلت آية المتعة في كتاب الله ففعلناها مع رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ، ولم يَنْزِل قرآن يحرمه ، ولم يَـنْه عنها حتى مات . قال رجل برأيه ما شاء . وفي رواية لمسلم ...


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It was prohibited on all of those days, as the narrations show. On a few occasions the Prophet (ﷺ) allowed a few exceptions temporarily but then reaffirmed shortly after that it's forbidden. At the conquest of Makkah, he declared it to be forbidden until the Day of Judgement (i.e., categorically forbidden and no exceptions ever again). (Note: The last ...


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In the name of Allah Briefly speaking, Nikah al-Mut'ah has similarity with permanent marriage in many laws -- although it has its specific conditions, too. Meanwhile, it needs much explanation to elucidate the issue completely; but, in short, (AFAIK) it is haram to married to: Maharems, such as: Mother, sister, mum-in-law, sister-in-law, aunts and so on....


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Firstly, it order to elucidate the issue, of note, if a practice (such as Mut’ah and so forth) is Mobah/permissible, but there doesn’t seem to be the necessity of it to be done by Imams or … Secondly, in regards to its performance by Imams of Shia Islam: there are narrations that e.g. Imam Ali (a.s.) had temporary marriage to a woman....


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Who is responsible for that? According to Islam (Shia Islam), in such case, the father is responsible for maintaining (giving alimony and ...) the child(ren) if a wife gets pregnant in Nikah Mut'ah. More explanation: From the Islamic viewpoint, he or she (the child) will be recognized as their kids and they'll be regarded as his or her lawful father and ...


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In contract of Nikha mut'ah you set a fixed expiration date. The nikha only ends at that expiration date, there is no divorce in nikha mut'ah. The husband may choose to forego his remaining time with the wife. You can renew the contract with the same woman after its expiry. Without requiring the woman to marry someone else since that requirement is only ...


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The advantage is the same as for the male partner: sinful actions can be prevented. If there is NO way to enter into a permanent marriage it is better to enter into a temporary marriage than to commit sinful acts. BUT this does not mean, that the youth is encouraged to engage in the practise of temporary marriage. In fact scholars disencourage especially ...


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This is a case of domestic violence. If what you are saying is true, you most certainly should consider divorcing that evil man. Divorce is discouraged but divorce is necessary if the spouse doesn't act justly kindly towards the other.


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Sunni View First let's start with the definition. Temporary Marriage: is a marriage between a man and woman in for a predetermined period of time. According to the above definition, temporary marriage is not allowed in Islam according to the Sunni View for any case. Please refer to the references for more details about the conditions of Marriage and why ...


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Nikah mut'ah is haram in Sunni Islam. AskMufti.co.za summarises it: Mut'ah means to 'marry a lady' for a prescribed period of time, and this is forbidden and Haraam according to all the four Madhabs. Other Sunni fatawa declaring it haram are at: AskImam.org, IslamWeb, Islam Q&A, SeekersHub.


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