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Aoa, What is mut'taa? is this true that mut'taa is permissible in shia islam? this is very controversial topic and i have always wanted to discuss it with some, though it is a bit embarrasing, but i just want to know about it's history. this is a question which meakes me speechless in discussions. why is mut'ta allowed in shia'ism? this can lean to prostitution? have this ever been used for prostitution? i dont wanna hurt anyone's feelingS, just discussion.thanks
We often hear how the rise of Western ideas of liberation and human rights have caused the loss of traditional values which have had serious consequences especially in the developing world. What is missed is the role economic forces play in the shifting of values. Standards which were hitherto backbone of morality gradually become economically nonviable. Economic development of the kind we see in South Korea, China, Brazil, India etc is hailed ad nauseam by everyone from any ideological background. Researchers swim in awe-inspiring growth figures, enriched middle and trading classes, registers of jobs, and whatnot. But there is little recognition of the cost fast economic activity levies on the host society. You can find social parallels in each country listed above of the story quoted below. Read full HERE
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.
This is an interesting documentary following two Iranian prostitutes that make money in order to buy drugs. Both prostitutes have children. Interesting points in the video is that these prostitutes enter into Muta marriages while at times still inviting customers to sleep with. Muta marriages are sometimes very short and last for a couple of hours. These women are living in horrible conditions and are looking for customers in busy streets! What can the government do about this? Lastly, Iran has the highest number of hard-core drug addicts in the world!!!! This has led many of those millions of drug addicts into prostitution to be able to buy drugs. How can this epidemic be stopped? The documentary is very interesting and is worth watching. All footage is done inside Iran.
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