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Kay Sb

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  1. She didn't mind at all. And barely thought anything of it. Her answer was pretty much a "yeah whatever" :P I find mut'ah way easier to explain to Christians, than to Muslims most of the time. They (Christians) either don't care, or just see it for what it is, something relevant to my faith, and harmless to hers. And now that I think about it, I've only heard Muslims (or Arabs if I wanna broaden it) call mut'ah things like prostitution. Non Muslims will either respect that belief of yours, or just not care.
  2. I didn't mean to give off the feeling that I disagree with Islam being the religion of all times. Sorry for the misunderstanding. What I was trying to say is that, everybody says that it's for all ages, but still mostly judge and think as if it was the old ages. And I absolutely agree that mut'ah being a clear proof that it's even more valid in this age, than it was in the old ones. Thanks for the answer
  3. Assalam w aleykum. I wanted to know, if I took a vow to not do something haram for the rest of my life, but then I broke that vow, and did the kaffara for it (feeding 10 poor people). Is the vow still valid after I already done the kaffara? If I break that vow again, do I also have to do the kaffara again? Or is the vow now cancelled and expiated? Thanks
  4. I mean the waiting time between her last sexual act, and the next one.
  5. Also, for those of you who disagree with Mut'ah, and feel the need to trash talk it or me... You're not welcomed here. Either leave, or respectfully request to debate it with me. If not, I shall totally ignore you.
  6. Assalam w aleykum So this is my situation. There is this Christian woman who has accepted to perform Mut'ah with me. She's an adult, and is economically independent. And before my request, she's was the type to just normally date and have relations with guys, without marriage. Because that's what most non Muslim people do in this day and age, and consider normal. Only matter I'm not sure of about the whole thing, is the Iddah. At first, I told her that there should be a 40 days waiting period since her last sexual act, which she's also agreed to. But now, after reading a few websites and forums here and there, I'm not sure if it's the correct way anymore. Some people said that it's supposed to be 45 days, some say 2 months (60 days), some say that there isn't an Iddah as the previous relation was outside of marriage. And every ruling website or book I read, they only talk about about the Iddah after a marriage or a death, and nothing about people who have/had sex outside of marriage. I even tried sending an email to my marjaa website, but it either doesn't work or they don't answer... A lot of help they are. I follow the Fadlallah (Lebanon) school of thought by the way. If it's relevant for your answers. And on a small side rambling note, I do find ridiculous that they call Islam the religion of all ages, but most of the scholars rulings are still in a middle age context. Like I said, they tell you how to have relationships or Iddah, in accordance to marriage and deaths, as if it's still the 1400s. But ask about how to have relationships in 2017, where 90% of the world have unlawful sex, and some people don't live in an Islamic or Muslim state, and no one has a straight answer to give you. Ridiculous... Anywhooo... So how long is our Iddah supposed to be? Sorry for the long text :P
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