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    • Imam Ibn Hajr Asqalani in ‘Talkhees al Habeer fi Takhreej al Hadeeth al Rafa al Kabeer’ Volume 3 page 159 (printed Cairo) narrates as follows: “After the death of Holy Prophet (s), a group of Salaf deemed it Halal. Amongst the Sahaba they were Asma bint Abi Bakr, Jabir bin Abdullah, Ibn Masood, Ibn Abbas, Mu’awiya, Amr bin Huraith, Abu Saeed, Salama and Mu’abad bin Umaya bin Khalaf. He said that Jabir reported from the companions that (it was valid) during the reign of the Prophet, Abu Bakr and some part of Umar’s reign. He said that it is reported from Umar that he forbade it only if there were not two just witnesses. Some of Tab’een deemed (it halal) such as Tawous, Atta, Saeed bin Jubair and the majority of the jurists of Makka.” Moreover we read: “What has been reported from Asma, al-Nesa’i narrates it from Muslim Quri: ‘We went before Asma bint Abu Bakr and we asked her about Mut’ah al-Nisa, she replied: ‘I performed this Mut’ah during the lifetime of Rasulullah (s)”   also provided the names of Sahabah who believed in the legitimacy of Mutah: ثبت الجواز عن جمع من الصحابة كجابر وابن مسعود وأبي سعيد ومعاوية وأسماء بنت أبي بكر وابن عباس وعمرو بن الحويرث وسلمة، وعن جماعة من التابعين “Its permissibility is proved from a group of companions such as Jabir, Ibn Masoud, Abi Saeed, Mu’awiya, Asma bint Abi Bakr, Ibn Abbas, Amro bin Huraith, Salamah and also from a group of Tabyeen.” ------------- In the version of Musnad Abu Dawood available on the internet, the tradition can be read in Volume 5 page 48 Tradition 1731: حدثنا يونس قال : حدثنا أبو داود قال : حدثنا شعبة ، عن مسلم القري ، قال : دخلنا على أسماء بنت أبي بكر ، فسألناها عن متعة النساء ، فقالت : « فعلناها على عهد النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم “We came to Asma Bint Abu Bakr and asked her about Mut’ah with women. She said: ‘We performed this during the lifetime of Rasulullah (s)’”. Musnad Abu Dawood al-Tayaalsi, Volume 5 page 48 Tradition 1731   ---------------- Amongst the Sahaba exist a group that believed in the legitimacy of Mut’ah. Nasai and Tahawi have stated that Asma (رضي الله عنه) Bint Sidiq Akbar (رضي الله عنه) said: “We practised it during the life of Rasulullah(s).” Tafseer al-Mazhari, Surah an-Nisa, Page 74     -------------------- from “Musnad” of Taylase. Narrated Yunos narrated Abu Dawood narrated Sho’ba from Muslim al-Qurashi he said : we visited Asma bint Abi Bakr and we asked her about MUTA OF WOMEN so she said : WE did it during the time of rasool Allah ---------------   Tabarani in “Kabir”:   ---------------- Sahih Moslem. Chapter 27: CONCERNING TAMATTU’ IN HAJJ Book 007, Number 2854: Muslim al-Qurri reported: I asked Ibn Abbas (Allah be pleased with them) about Tamattu’ in Hajj and he permitted it, whereas Ibn Zubair had forbidden it. He (Ibn ‘Abbas) said: This is the mother of Ibn Zubair who states that Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) had permitted it, so you better go to her and ask her about it. He (Muslim al-Qurri said): So we went to her and she was a bulky blind lady and she said: Verily Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) permitted it. Book 007, Number 2855: This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Shu’ba with the same chain of transmitters, but with a slight variation of words. --------------- here are many more sunni hadiths allowing mutah from sahih muslim and bukhari... included quran verses Sahih Moslem.  Chapter 27: CONCERNING TAMATTU’ IN HAJJ Muslim al-Qurashi said : we visited Asma bint Abi Bakr and we asked her about MUTA so she said : WE did it during the time of sawa . Sahih Muslim, English version, v2, chapter DXLI (titled: Temporary Marriage), Tradition #3246 Sahih Muslim, Arabic version, 1980 Edition Pub. in Saudi Arabia, v2, p1022, Tradition #13, "Kitab al-Nikah, Bab Nikah al-Mut’a" Sahih Muslim, English version, v2, chapter DXLI (titled: Temporary Marriage), Tradition #3247 Sahih Muslim, Arabic version, 1980 Edition Pub. in Saudi Arabia, v2, p1022, Tradition #14, "Kitab al-Nikah, Bab Nikah al-Mut’a" Sahih al-Bukhari, Arabic-English version, v7, Tradition #13a Sahih al-Bukhari, Arabic, v6, p11, under Tafsir of verse 5:87 of Qur’an Sahih Muslim, Arabic version, 1980 Edition Pub. in Saudi Arabia, v2, p1022, Tradition #11, "Kitab al-Nikah, Bab Nikah al-Mut’a" Sahih Muslim, English version, v2, chapter DXLI (titled: Temporary Marriage), Tradition #3243 quranic verses O you who believe! Make not unlawful the good things which Allah has made lawful for you, but commit no transgression.’ (Qur’an 5:87)  There can be no doubt that the Qur’an bears witness that Mut’ah was originally Halaal and it was Umar who forbade it.       ------------- there are also waaaay to many hadith saying it was umar who forbade it.. it looks like he trying to play a prophet  soo you all follow prophet umar and his sunna?
    • "He didn't add a condition". This was explained. People were still practicing at because some companions were not present at Khaybar during the reign of Abu Bakr. He reinforced the ban. Go back and check everything before saying that he was the first to ban it when that is not how it went. Do not twist the words. He did not have to explain what was already understood and you would not bring this point up if you understood. He was not the first to say it was prohibited because the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) already prohibited it. You can say he was the first, but as long as the narrations show that it was forbidden from the mouth of the Messenger himself from our narrations, then it is clear you cannot comprehend what is being put in front of you. The first to prohibit it according to our narrations was the Messenger. Nobody else allowed it nor prohibited it afterwards, because this makes no sense. How could he prohibit what was already forbidden? "All Muslims, stop eating pork" - If I say this to a group of Muslims who do not know pork is forbidden, I have to give a condition? Wallahi, this is nonsensical and shows that you just want a reason to dislike 'Umar. No other explanation can be given unless you do not understand whatsoever what is directly in front of you. Nowhere does it state in our narrations that it was allowed afterwards. If you state this, by Allah you are lying. I asked for everything according to our narrations, and everyone is failing and will continue to fail to prove their claims. 
    • Everything I did is something anyone can do Sayed or not. But a lot of people see that Sada are the example. They see them and assume they are  people who can help guide them on the right path because there bloodline flows back to the prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). By Allah there are good people who are sada. But also Bad people who are sada too. The Sayed is not always the good guy.  And yes Brother I will never leave Islam. I'm proud to be called Muslim! 
    • From what I know, we don't accept that hadith that said that Mutah was banned during the Battle of Khaybar. But lets say we did accept it (just theoretically). That wouldn't change any of the major facts of the argument, that  1. Even if theoretically it was banned in Khaybar, we have many, many hadith from our Imams((عليه السلام)) that say it is allowed. These hadith were after Khaybar. So for us Shia, it is allowed.  2. The ban of Umar was a general ban, not a specific ban. He said, 'It is banned (prohibited'). He didn't add a condition to that (It is banned until x, y, z). He was the first to do that. So even if we accept , again theoretically, that is was banned by Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) on the day of Khaybar, this ban ended, meaning after that is was allowed, whereas the prohibition of Umar didn't end, meaning it is still, today in 2020, not allowed. That is the difference and that is why we could theoretically, if it was shown to be credible, accept the banning on the day of Khaybar hadith, but we could not accept the ban of Umar, because it goes against many, many hadith that we know are authentic as well as Holy Quran. 
    • Can anyone please also comment some hadith where the imams talk about mutah?
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