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  1. Salam, Mut'ah marriages (Islamic "pleasure" marriages) are wajib (obligatory) for most Shia Muslim youth who attend undergraduate college in the West. This is because most Muslim youth in such situations will be sexually frustrated unless they relieve themselves in three ways: masturbation, permanent marriage, or mut'ah. The first way is haram, the second way is highly impractical and unfeasible for most such youth in their freshman/sophomore/junior years of college (of course it shouldn't be this way, but unfortunately this is the way things often are and we should now see what a youth should do if permanent marriage in these years is indeed not possible for him - while we should also try to change the way society is, but that takes time, so what should youth do right now?), and therefore the third way is the only way a youth must take nowadays. Considering that most Muslim youth have normal youthful human libidos, most of them cannot survive years of time without sexual release. It would be seriously delusional to think otherwise. Most normal, healthy, normal-libido-possessing youth cannot go for years without neither masturbation nor sex. Heck, I don't think even an adult can go that long. Of course there will be the rare and exceptional cases where a youth either has no libido or possesses extreme self-control (which may be superhuman or even unhealthy), but for the most part, youth generally cannot go for years with absolutely no form of sexual release. And that is why for most youth, mut'ah will not only be mustahab - it will be wajib. If I found a Shia Muslim youth who was in his junior year of college, and he wasn't permanently married, and he hadn't ever done mut'ah in his life either, I think I can be reasonable in my assumption that this guy has been masturbating (committing haram). Of course, Islamically, I shouldn't assume negative things about a fellow Muslim brother, but from a secular/realistic/statistic perspective, such an assumption would not be irrational. It's time that more Shia college boys are encouraged to get girlfriends in college by doing mut'ah. Whoever encourages another Shia Muslim brother to get a girlfriend using mut'ah will have done a very good deed by preventing him from committing haram (masturbation). P.S. I follow Ayatollah Khamenei, and according to him it is obligatory precaution to seek the father's permission when doing mut'ah. But my next-in-line scholar is Ayatollah Mahdi Hadavi Tehrani, and according to him, such permission isn't necessary. So mut'ah is very feasible for me and others who follow these two scholars. There are plenty of Christian and Jewish females in college whom us youth could take as partners.
  2. [MOD NOTE: WARNING! DO NOT DOWNLOAD anything that can harm your device.] As Salaamu Alaykum I wrote this document entitled: SHIA CHALLENGING QUESTION that exposes the Shia sectarian school of thought. You have the choice to download the document in English or Arabic. I guarantee you that the greatest Shia scholars, shaykhs, muftis, ulama cannot meet these questions head on. To download either click on the link or copy and paste the link in a browser. SHIA CHALLENGING QUESTIONS (English) https://app.box.com/s/ycavzcgbbwvp4ke7xrqzrlxsb6e543yi SHIA CHALLENGING QUESTIONS (Arabic) https://app.box.com/s/b42mddiog507syphrrm30jf3015fm5rx Salaam, Al Khidr
  3. Salaam. I'm not accustomed to doing this, but I feel it is necessary. Is there any woman in Richmond, Virginia who is interested in either mutah marriage or permanent marriage with me? I do realize this isn't a marriage site, but the world nowadays has gotten to a point where saving our Imaan is of the utmost importance. I wish to help protect not only my Imaan but the Imaan of a woman who feels the same way I do. I do this for the Sake of Allah. if anyone is interested to know more about me, they can go into here to read my profile: https://www.shiamatch.com/view.php?pid=127530 or you can ask me any questions if you wish. Again, I know this is not conventional, but I would rather ask for halāl than haraam. May Allah Bless you all.
  4. So I heard something on chat yesterday that blew me away. The conversation started with the topic about whether the wife should be told if a man does mutah and there were 2 groups. Both groups agreed that from a religious perspective, she does not have to be told but from a relationship perspective, should she be told about it. Anyway, that is not the issue. I may have interpreted it incorrectly but I think what I heard the other group say was that whenever a Muslim girl marries a Muslim man, she is subconsciously or consciously agreeing/accepting that he will marry other women (perm or temp). Is this true? @Inner Peace, @repenter
  5. Assalamu alaikum, I am a Muslim revert, in the past I am ashamed to say I have committed zina, I have a child born out of marriage who I am raising Muslim so he does not make the same mistakes that I did. I have met a Muslim man but neither of us are in the position to get permanently married so he suggested mutah marriage. I'd never heard of it so I did some research and it sounds like it could work so well for our situation. I'm not looking for anyone to tell me if it is haram or halal or to start arguments, in my opinion from the research I've done I believe it is halal. I am worried about a few things though. I know how to do the actual procedure but there are just some things I still have questions about and I haven't been able to find any answers. I'm hoping someone can help me out. Me and this man have been having a haram relationship - we have both repented over and over and I have told him we can't continue this unless we enter into this fixed term marriage. My question is are we even able to marry? I'm scared that because we've both committed such big sins our temp. marriage won't be valid and then we'll just be committing even more sin and thinking we're not and that terrifies me. I'd like us to have a written contract as well as obviously us verbally agreeing but I really don't know what we're supposed to put in this kind of contract, what are you meant to expect from a mutah marriage? What should the mahr be? What should I expect from him and what should he expect from me? What if people ask about our relationship? My family is not Muslim so they really won't care if I'm in a haram relationship or a halal one but they would freak out at the idea of getting permanently married at my age and they would definitely freak out at the idea of a 'temporary marriage'. So I'd probably keep it secret from them but what about other Muslims or friends who will question my relationship and think it's haram because they don't know about the mutah marriage... I'm not sure what I'd even tell them. Lastly I'm really just looking for any kind of positive experiences or negative experiences with mutah... I can't find many actual people talking about their experiences. Anyway I apologise for this kind of post I know it is posted about a lot and people get sick of it. Thank you. Masalaam.
  6. Salam-o-alikum Is it permissible to do permanant nikah while the couple is in mutah? For example if the contract stipulates that the marriage will end on January 2017, and you decide to do permanant marriage in November 2016. Does this make the permanant marriage void?
  7. Salaam Alaukum One giant Sunni scholar had got 70 Mut'ah wives!!! Sunni brothers answer me why AbdulMalik ibn AbdulAziz ibn Al-Jurayj had got 70 Mut'ah wives!!!?? Zahabi is a giant Sunni scholar. He says, ibn Al-Jurayj is one of the most reliable Hadith reporters and we have consensus on his reliability, he died in 150 A.H. Zahabi added the most important point about him in which he had gotten 70 Mut'ah wives (temporary marriage). Mizal al-I'etidal, vol 2, p 659 Mezzi says, when he (ibn Al-Jurayj) was going to die, he had 60 Mut'ah wives, and ordered to his sons not to marry these 60 women, for they are your mothers. Tahzib Al-Kamal, vol 4, p 544. For more information: Siyarul-A'alaam Al-Nubalaa, vol 6, p.p 331,336 Could some Sunni brothers tell me if it is adultery (Zina)? If it is adultery (Zina), then why there is consensus on his reliability!!! And if it is real marriage, why do you accuse Shia??
  8. Salam I am in the taqleed of Ayatullah Sayeed Al-Hakim and he allows Mutah with a virgin girl without the permission of the father(provided that they dont have sexual intercourse). According to him all other acts of physical love are allowed as long as you don't have intercourse. I am 22 and did mutah with a shia girl whom I plan to marry in the future. She is in the taqleed of Ayatullah Sistani who doesnt allow mutah without fathers permission. Please note it is impossible to get her fathers permission or even ask him as he is very strict and would end up forcing her to marry someone else if he was asked for permission. I read on this forum that the mutah is allowed since one of the wedding partner's marja allows it. I have been involved in physical relation with her since we entered the mutah contract, however, we haven't had intercourse. For some reason, I have started pondering and I am having doubts again about the validity of my mutah contract. If someone could provide a reliable source which could justify the validity of my mutah would make me peaceful again. I am posting here in the hope that I would get an answer sooner rather than later. It is very difficult to reach my Marja since I live in Pakistan and the only way I can contact his office is through email. It takes them 3-4 months to reply. Request: I have recently graduated and I am looking for a job. Please pray that I get a decent job soon InshaAllah so that I can send a marriage proposal and get into a permanent marriage contract with her as soon as possible. Her father is very strict so I really need other momineens prayers. I will be waiting for your response. Please help. JazakAllah
  9. Salam alaykom dear people. I have been trying to get married but did not succeed so I was thinking maybe I can do mutah. There is a girl that I might be able to do mutah with but she is christian. So my question is, how do we do mutah and is it my responsibility to make her wait two menstrual cycles before having intercourse with other people? Peace
  10. As Salaamu Alaykum The Mut'ah (temporary marriage) is another false Shia innovation in Islaam which has no foundation in Al Qur'aan. You can download my document that I wrote where I have proven with evidence in the Qur'aan that Mut'ah does not exist and a violation of Nikah (Marriage) which is a system that was created by Allahu Subhaanah Wa Ta’ Ala. You have the choice to download my document in English or Arabic. To download either click on the link or copy and paste it in a browser. Salaam Al Khidr [Note from moderator: Propagating disinformation, especially that which violates SC rules and Policy will not be permitted. Please present original input appropriately].
  11. Asalam o alaikum, Dear shia brothers i m a 18 year old sunni. My family didnt teach me any thing wrong about shias (ever my mother is sunni syed). This year i heard something from my friends that i cant believe. I wanted to prove them selves as wrong nd for that i need your help. Thing which i heared is about sham e gareeba, That on 10th of muharam on the right of gareeba shias gatther in imam barga nd after majlis shia boys nd girls are left free in a dark ground Nd then .... u know about that rumor. Please dont show anger on my post.My heart too cant believe it. And i also wanted to prove my friends wrong, every next friend i ask about this he says "i have also heard that". So now what i wanted to know is what actually happens on 10th of muhharam? Where nd how you guys gather? What custom are followed there? How majlis happen? Does any acceptable custom is followed after majlis or you guys go home? Another out of my topic, What is mutah?? Is it same thing(rumor) about which i am posting? These are my question, can u please guide me about night of poors?? Thankyou.
  12. 2469. If a woman compromises her Mahr with her husband, on a condition that he will not marry another woman, it is obligatory upon him that he does not marry another woman, and that the wife should not claim her Mahr. Syed Sistani.
  13. (bismillah) al-Salam alykom warahmatullah I opened this thread to prove to the readers that our Sunni brethren either do not read their own "sahih" books or they simply try to avoid the truth behind Mutah marriage being valid in their Aqeedah. I will only use hadith from their two most authentic books according to them being Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim to back up my statement. After reading the hadiths below, one can logically interpret that Mutah marriage is a valid marriage that reflects on the Sharia that was established by the prophet(SAW) and was BANNED by Umar when he became the second caliph. The meaning of these hadiths is clear and logically responds to the mind. I read some topics on the internet before that try to refute my statement and try their best to twist the meaning of these hadiths in order to prove that mutah is haram but the arguments they used are very week. I have not yet came across one solid and logical argument from them that proved that the meaning of these hadiths is contrary to my statement It is also worth mentioning that often times, our Sunni brethren, weather they are in our family, schoolmates or co-workers question us about the validity of Mutah marriage and some even label it as fornication. That being said, when one is under this type of situation and being asked as such , it is best to directly expose them to these hadiths so they are aware of what is written in the books that the foundations of their aqeedah(creed) is based on. That way, they will be more prone to research in depth and hopefully be convinced that Mutah is logically valid in Islam unlike what their scholars say. And here are the hadiths. - Mut'ah During Wartime Sahih Bukhari Volume 6, Book 60, Number 139: Narrated Abdullah: We used to participate in the holy wars carried on by the Prophet and we had no women (wives) with us. So we said (to the Prophet). "Shall we castrate ourselves?" But the Prophet forbade us to do that and thenceforth he allowed us to marry a woman (temporarily) by giving her even a garment, and then he recited: "O you who believe! Do not make unlawful the good things which Allah has made lawful for you." - Mut'ah Banned by Umar Sahih Bukhari Volume 6, Book 60, Number 43: Narrated 'Imran bin Husain: The Verse of muta was revealed in Allah's Book, so we performed it with Allah's Apostle, and nothing was revealed in Qur'an to make it illegal, nor did the Prophet prohibit it till he died. But the man (omar) just expressed what his own mind suggested Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3250: Abu Nadra reported: While I was in the company of Jabir b. Abdullah, a person came to him and said that Ibn 'Abbas and Ibn Zubair differed on the two types of Mut'as (muta of Hajj and muta of women), whereupon Jabir said: We used to do these two during the lifetime of Allah's Messenger pbuh Umar then forbade us to do them, and so we did not revert to them. Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3248: Ibn Uraij reported: 'Ati' reported that jibir b. Abdullah came to perform 'Umra, and we came to his abode, and the people asked him about different things, and then they made a mention of temporary marriage, whereupon he said: Yes, we had been benefiting ourselves by this temporary marriage during the lifetime of the Holy Prophet pbuh and during the time of Abi Bakr and 'Umar Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3249: Jabir b. 'Abdullah reported: We contracted temporary marriage giving a handful of (tales or flour as a dower during the lifetime of Allah's Messenger pbuh and durnig the time of Abu Bakr until 'Umar forbade it in the case of 'Amr b. Huraith. Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3261: 'Urwa b. Zabair reported that 'Abdullah b. Zubair stood up (and delivered an address) in Mecca saying: Allah has made blind the hearts of some people as He has deprived them of eyesight that they give religious verdict in favor of temporary marriage, while he was alluding to a person (Ibn 'Abbas). Ibn Abbas called him and said: You are an uncouth person, devoid of sense. By my life, Mut'a was practised during the lifetime of the leader of the pious (he meant Allah's Messenger, pbuh), and Ibn Zubair said to him: just do it yourselves, and by Allah, if you do that I will stone you with your stones. Ibn Shihab said. Khalid b. Muhajir b. Saifullah informed me: While I was sitting in the company of a person, a person came to him and he asked for a religious verdict about Mut'a and he permitted him to do it. - Mut'ah During Life of Rasulullah Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3252: Sabra Juhanni reported: Allah's Messenger pbuh permitted temporary marriage for us. So I and another person went out and saw a woman of Bana 'Amir, who was like a young long-necked she-camel. We presented ourselves to her (for contracting temporary marriage), whereupon she said: What dower would you give me? I said: My cloak. And my companion also said: My cloak. And the cloak of-my companion was superior to my cloak, but I was younger than he. So when she looked at the cloak of my companion she liked it, and when she cast a glance at me I looked more attractive to her. She then said: Well, you and your cloak are sufficient for me. I remained with her for three nights, and then Allah's Messenger pbuh said: He who has any such woman with whom he had contracted temporary marriage, he should let her off. I hope that was helpful and informative for some. walykom al salam fi aman illah.
  14. Here is the three books authored by dear brother Toyib Olawuyi in dowloadable version (PDF). Just click on the titles. 1. Imam al-Mahdi: The Twelfth Khalifah in the Sahih Sunni Ahadith 2. Did Abu Bakr really lead the Salat? 3. Nikah Mut'ah: Zina or Sunnah? You can buy all these books via AMAZON. And these are their links: 1. Imam al-Mahdi: The Twelfth Khalifah in the Sahih Sunni Ahadith (AMAZON)2. Did Abu Bakr really lead the Salat? (AMAZON)3. Nikah Mut'ah: Zina or Sunnah? (AMAZON) And finally the UPDATED VERSİON of the book Aishah And The Yasiri Slanders (PDF).
  15. (salam) Answering Christianity is one of my most favorite websites when it comes to refute allegations made on Islam and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). But now time's come for Answering Christianity to be refuted. I encountered some articles while my research. Some authors in Answering Christianity wrote'em in order to refute Shia Muslims. I collected them all and refuted them in one of my blogs. Now I'm thinking of joining their forum and represent my article before the my opponent. This is my blog: http://modest-muslim.blogspot.com/
  16. BismillahirRahmanirRaheem. Salam 'Alaykum. I don't think I've kept track of the number of posts I've read in the last couple of days on the topic of mutah and nikah. I already got the answers to most of my questions, but there's one question that is still nagging me. I follow Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and with regards to him I'd like to know the ruling in the following hypothetical situations. Scenario#1: I like a Sunni girl, who in turn likes me back. Fearing Allah, we decide not to have a haram relationship. I tell her about mutah and manage to convince her using historical sources. She starts believing that it is a legitimate practice in Islam. The catch however is that she is a virgin, and her father--being a Sunni--views mutah as a form of legalized prostitution/fornication. What should we do? Would mutah no longer be an option, or would we be allowed to go through with it despite not having permission? Scenario#2: Same as Scenario#1 except that this time around, the father believes mutah is perfectly halal. However, he refuses to give permission due to unislamic reasons, ie I'm not a doctor, I don't have enough money, not from same ethnic background, etc etc. What is the ruling on the permissibility of mutah in this case? Any links to Fatwas by Ayatollah Khamenei regarding this issue would be highly appreciated. p.s.I am aware of the rulings by Seyyid Sistani, Ayatollah Al Hakim, and Ayatollah Fadhlallah on this issue. Salam.
  17. Asalamu alaikum I have a question regarding mutah with a non believer. I am currently unable to get married permanently and have found a girl willing to do mut'ah with me. Unfortunately this girl is an agnostic. I understand most scholars (if not all?) Say you are only allowed to do mut'ah with a muslim or girl from ahlul kitab. Are there any marjas that say it is allowed with a non-believer? I live in England. It is very difficult to find a muslim girl who would agree to do mutah, so that rules them out. Out of the rest of the population here in England the vast majority of young people (excluding hindus etc) are all atheists or agnostics (if I was to guess maybe 90%+!!). Even if they did believe in god in some form, they are rarely from ahlul kitab. This makes finding a girl for mut'ah extremely difficult. This girl I know is a very nice girl and not a prostitute. I heard there is a marja who says it is allowed with prostitute even though most say it isn't, hence I was wondering if there are any marjas who allow it with a non believer given the circumstances. Salam
  18. A woman performs Mut'ah, consummates the marriage and the contract ends. The guy is free to immediately find another partner and contract Mut'ah with her. The woman, on the other hand, has to wait for 3 months (iddah) before she can perform temporary marriage again... How is this justified?
  19. Amsterdam red light district comes up with a business idea. My question is, will those who support mutah with prostitutes have any problem with men who satisfy themselves in this manner? Would the 'halal' sign be accepted like it is accepted for food? I have not added the link to the webpage because it contains images of Amsterdam's red light district with girls showcasing themselves. Anyone who googles 'halal prostitutes' will find multiple sources to this story.
  20. Assalamu alaykom ~ I have a question about nikaah mutah that I cannot find its answer online & inshAllah someone on SC might have answers. We are both Shi'a hamdillah but w/ taqleed to different marja'e. Sistani & Khomeni. We want to do mutah but don't want to do haraam w/ permission. For the marja'e that require permission b/c I am virgin, the marja'e say dad or paternal granddad. My dad died in childhood and we do not talk much w/ his dad, my granddad. I saw him 2x this summer and not for almost 2 yrs before that. This granddad is not involved in my affairs & does not contribute to the house, not now or ever. I am not all independent but only mum helps when I need. Too granddad never cared even if me or sisters or cousins had boyfriends. He recently talked about such a boy w/ no anger or anything. We live in west. I want to do right & halal w/ mutah w/ conditions but b/c I don't have strong relationshion w/ granddad, I want to know if anyone on SC can tell me whether permission is needed. I am sry for another mutah Q but SC is easier to ask than irl. ~
  21. I have heard that in Iran there are offices that are for match making, e.g. a women goes and gives her details and what she wants, mutah, or permanant. and same with men, then the admins match make. can anyone confirm this? and are there any such centers in the UK?
  22. In Saheeh Sunan Al-Nasai, Volume 2, page 268. The hadeeth has also been graded as Sahih(perfect) by Alamah Al-Albani who is your greatest scholar in the grading of hadeeth. Ibn Abbas narrates, "I heard Umar say, By Allah! I forbid you from mut'ah, even though it is in the book of Allah, and the Messenger of Allah did it also". Your best scholar in hadeeth says this is a perfect narration and proves a couple of things: -With all due respect, Umar did what he wanted even when he knew it wasn't part of the Quran and the Sunnah -You can rely on no traditions at all from Umar because this is a clear bid'ah -Mut'ah is in the Quran and the Prophet himself allowed it. It is graded saheeh by your best scholar of hadith so you cannot argue with the authenticity of it. What say you?
  23. Salaam alaikum, I am a revert to islam. I have researched a lot about islam and have realized that shia islam is the true path. My question is how can I perform Mutah? Do I go to a mosque and ask someone to arrange one or what? I am not trolling and any help would be appreciated. I am asking because I have a very high libido and am afraid of commting zina. Please help. Jazak Allah khair my brothers and sisters.
  24. In Saheeh Muslim, which you consider completely saheeh(perfect), Volume 1 page 340, Book of menstruation and chapter of Tayammum, Hadith number 367, the following is narrated, "A man came to Umar and said I am in a state of junub and I do not find water, and Umar replied Do not pray. Ammar ibn Yasser was in the majlis and said, Oh Umar do you not remember when you and I were on a military expedition and we had become in a state of junub and you oh Umar did not pray, but as for myself I rolled myself in the dust and prayed, and the messenger of Allah said to me It would have been enough for you to strike the ground with your and hands and then blow the dust and wipe your face and hands, and then Umar replied to Ammar, Fear Allah oh Ammar, so Ammar said if you want I will not tell anyone about this"- Hadith is graded as Saheeh(perfect) In Saheeh Sunan Al-Nasai, Volume 2, page 268. The hadeeth has also been graded as Sahih(perfect) by Alamah Al-Albani who is your greatest scholar in the grading of hadeeth. Ibn Abbas narrates, "I heard Umar say, By Allah! I forbid you from mut'ah, even though it is in the book of Allah, and the Messenger of Allah did it also". This is also narrated in Al Bidaya wa al Nihaya written by Ibn Katheer who also classified it as Saheeh(perfect). With all due respect, the first hadith is narrated in Saheeh Muslim so no one can contest the authenticity of it and it shows that the 2nd khalifah lacked basic the knowledge of tayammum. The second is particularly significant, because it is graded by Alamah al-Albani(your top scholar of hadeeth) and ibn Katheer as saheeh(perfect) and shows that Umar was willing to against the sunnah of our prophet(sawaa) due to his own beliefs. With all due respect, I believe this is classed as a bid'ah. So if you try and argue they are not saheeh you are incorrect because they are graded saheeh by your top scholars and if you try and say Umar was right you are going against the basic fundamentals of the religion. What say you?
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