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    • I am not so sure about that. If her father said he won't allow mutah, then he knows she is not mature enough for it. He probably wants her to finish her education. Why wait for 8 years? Is that when she will finish university?
    • In Islam, girls at 9 years old (and boys of 15 years old) can get married with father's permission, however, according to many countries, the legal age of marriage is 18. Just because she feels that she wants to get married (mutah or nikah) at a young age, it might be unwise. Since her father does not allow mutah, she should not be encouraged to make a mutah marriage. 
    • You said in the other topic that you DO NOT have your father's permission, so you cannot make a mutah marriage without his consent.  https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235074567-mutah/
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