First of all, I apologize for posting in English on an Urdu forum, but my Urdu typing is really bad
If anyone wants to reply to my post they can do so in Urdu if they wish since I'll understand it, but don't expect my reply to be in Urdu too
You do know that you're calling something the Prophet(pbuh) allowed and our Imams allowed "manhoos". I agree with you that Muta is not so appropriate for our time (but for different reasons than you, I think that the original reasons for Mutah no longer apply to us, and nowadays it's just getting abused by lustful guys taking advantage of women), but no Shia, even anti-muta ones, should call it "manhoos".
And really it all comes down to that, it's jaiz and will be until a marja disallows it or something. As for the hypocrite lawyers you know, it's best to ignore them because they're hypocrites for a reason. Also, introduce them to the concept of Nikah Misyar, which is allowed in Sunni Islam, they may be stunned to find out how similar it is to Nikah Muta.
You did post a huge post, but it was from a wahabi reference. I mean they're throwing out the term "rafidi", when referring to Shias, like it's no one's business, you can't honestly expect Shias to take that seriously.
Again, apologize for no Urdu.
i am glad i am not the only one who can read but cant type lol anyways i posted this in another thread so thought i would just copy/paste it here maybe you will take these sources seriously but since they are only sayings of imams
and not fatwas of marjas i dont really expect anyone to
Amirul Mua'minin said: Prophet (s.a.w) forbade on the day of khaiber the meat of donkeys and mut'ah marriages.
(At-tahdheeb 2/186, Al-Istbsaar 2/142 & Wasael Al-Shia 14/144)
It was narrated by Abdullah Bin Senan said : I asked Imam Jafar Sadiq about Mut'ah and he said: "Don't filthy (defile) your self with it"
(Bihaar Al-Anwar 100/318).
Narrated by A'maar: Imam Jafar Sadiq said to me and to Suliman Bin Khaled: "I made Mut'ah Haram on you"
(Furoo AlKafi 2/48 & Wasaeel Shia 14/450).
Also he (Imam Jafar Sadiq(saw) used to rebuke and warn his companions against mut'ah
…… (Furoo 2/44), (Wasael Alshia 1/450)
Ali bin Yaqteen asked Imam Ali about Mut'ah and he answered : "What is mutah? and what has that got to do with you? Allah had compensated you with something much better" (he meant legal marraige)
(Furoo 2/43), (Wasael Al-shia 14/449).
Abdullah Bin Umair said to Imam Mohammad Baqir :Is it acceptable to you that your women, daughters, sisters, daughters of your aunties to do mutah? Abu Ja'far rebuked him when he mentioned his women and daughters of his aunties.
(Al-Furoo 2/42 & At-tahdheeb 2/186)
The Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h.) said: " Certainly, Allah, Almighty and Glorious, dislikes or curses any man or woman whose intention of divorce or marriage is merely tasting the pleasure of it."
Al-Kafi, vol. 6, p. 54