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I am a bit baffled and embarrassed by the way this article has viewed Mutah in a negative way and the some of the things this Mutah girl has said.This article right now is all over the Internet and Social Media, in sites like UNILAD. People are making fun of Muslims especially Shia, and there is a lot of abuse and ridicule by the Sunnis like about how backward and wrong we are on Social Media.

 

What can we do??

 

23 March 2015

Daily Star

 

The Arab escort, known as Fairuza, is offering the service to promiscuous punters in order swerve strict Shia Islamic principles.

 

The 25-year-old reportedly performs the quickie service by reading a religious text in Arabic and takes the money as a "dowry".

 

Then once the deed is done, she divorced the two of them from their temporary marriage – “nikah mut’ah” – arrangement.

 

According to The Sun, belly dancer Fairuza told an undercover reporter that once the marriage is up the client must wait three months to request the service again.

 

In a secret video filmed by the newspaper, she revealed: "I married myself to you for one hour and agreed upon the money you’ve given me. It’s £300 and £50 for the marriage. If you want to renew it we can do it within three months.

 

“Even though we do mut’ah, you must still use a condom. I don’t do it without condom. Some people think that if you do mut’ah you don’t have to use a condom.”

 

She is believed to be one of many Muslim women now offering the guilt-free service.

 

On a hidden escort advertising website, Fairuza boasts to have "very beautiful natural 34DD breasts" and a "very pretty face with juicy lips".

 

Her Twitter account, which is thought to have recently been deleted, had more than 85,000 followers – all of which could see her raunchy topless posts.

 

In the video she explains that some men are converting to Shia Islam to take advantage of the sin-free sex.

 

She explains: “I did it with one Saudi who converted to Shia Islam only so he could do mut’ah.

 

"He was in London for two months. I was his wife for the two months. I lived with him and I wasn’t allowed to be with any other man. He paid very good money.

 

“He is coming back next year and we’ll do it again."

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I am a bit baffled and embarrassed by the way this article has viewed Mutah in a negative way and the some of the things this Mutah girl has said.This article right now is all over the Internet and Social Media, in sites like UNILAD. People are making fun of Muslims especially Shia, and there is a lot of abuse and ridicule by the Sunnis like about how backward and wrong we are on Social Media.

 

What can we do??

 

23 March 2015

Daily Star

 

The Arab escort, known as Fairuza, is offering the service to promiscuous punters in order swerve strict Shia Islamic principles.

 

The 25-year-old reportedly performs the quickie service by reading a religious text in Arabic and takes the money as a "dowry".

 

Then once the deed is done, she divorced the two of them from their temporary marriage – “nikah mut’ah” – arrangement.

 

According to The Sun, belly dancer Fairuza told an undercover reporter that once the marriage is up the client must wait three months to request the service again.

 

In a secret video filmed by the newspaper, she revealed: "I married myself to you for one hour and agreed upon the money you’ve given me. It’s £300 and £50 for the marriage. If you want to renew it we can do it within three months.

 

“Even though we do mut’ah, you must still use a condom. I don’t do it without condom. Some people think that if you do mut’ah you don’t have to use a condom.”

 

She is believed to be one of many Muslim women now offering the guilt-free service.

 

On a hidden escort advertising website, Fairuza boasts to have "very beautiful natural 34DD breasts" and a "very pretty face with juicy lips".

 

Her Twitter account, which is thought to have recently been deleted, had more than 85,000 followers – all of which could see her raunchy topless posts.

 

In the video she explains that some men are converting to Shia Islam to take advantage of the sin-free sex.

 

She explains: “I did it with one Saudi who converted to Shia Islam only so he could do mut’ah.

 

"He was in London for two months. I was his wife for the two months. I lived with him and I wasn’t allowed to be with any other man. He paid very good money.

 

“He is coming back next year and we’ll do it again."

 

 

first of all there is no room for sunni guys to condemn Mut'ah . whoever tells off  Muslim for doing Mutah has to be considered as an ignorant Muslim since he wittingly or unwittingly is kept away from the truth and has no information about what Prophet Muhammad brought for Muslim.

even Sunni Muslims who are somewhat knowledgeable of the their religion do not invalidate the origin of Mutah. why? because it will lead to condemnation of their great kalifs. Sunni scholars, now, holding this view that Mutah is an abrogated one while it was issued by Prophet Muhammad in the early Islam. Since there are abundant narrations indicating that companions were doing Mutah repeatedly and these incidents have been narrated even in the Sihah books of Sunni, very funny that their scholars maintain that Mutah must be counted from that of issues in which established and abrogated for many times.

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that's really sad and disgusting.

Probably propaganda.

Its more disgusting for women to sleep with several men, than the opposite.

She post nude pics in her twitter account And says she does sinfree Sex?

Lol... What world we live in today

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Just because you don't want it to be true doesn't make it propaganda.  This woman tells the men that they can't request service from her for 3 months.  She doesn't say she won't refrain from mutah for 3 months. Any woman who is willing to sell herself like this doesn't care about the rules of mutah for herself, she's only putting it on as a guise to attract customers who want to pretend like they're not partaking in haram acts.

 

This link might be sensored, if it is, go to youtube and search for "Prostitution behind the veil".  It'll probably make you angry.  Some might call it propaganda, but if you want to live in denial that's up to you.  The fact is that mutah, whether or not you believe is halal or haram, is abused by the vast majority of people who practice it today.  I personally feel that it has no place in today's world.

 

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If she is not following the rules for Mutah, then this is prostitution, and it has nothing to do with Islam, or any form of Islamic marriage. 

It is propaganda because they are trying to tie this practice and these women to Mutah, which is halal, and mentioned in Quran

They are mentioning it because it is practiced by Shia

 

They do not mention Urfi and Misyar, a temporary form of marriage (?) practiced by our Sunni brs which is made up and not mentioned in Quran

 

There are two possibilities here 

 

1) These women are prostitutes and using the name of 'Mutah' to try to make these ignorant men feel better. Prostitution exists in every country in the world, including Iran, so no big surprise there

2) The propagandists are finding random pictures of Shia women or even non muslim women to put on a hijab and agree to pretend that they are Shia and doing some sort of sexual acts with men right and left and calling it 'Mutah' 

 

Either option is very possible. 

 

For those that don't already know this, the US Congress and Israeli Knesset and secret services spend billions and billions of dollars every year on anti-Shia and anti-Iran propaganda using different programs and different means. Any negative content regarding these two subjects must be looked at in the light of this fact and then judged to see if it is true or not. 

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If she is not following the rules for Mutah, then this is prostitution, and it has nothing to do with Islam, or any form of Islamic marriage. 

It is propaganda because they are trying to tie this practice and these women to Mutah, which is halal, and mentioned in Quran

They are mentioning it because it is practiced by Shia

 

They do not mention Urfi and Misyar, a temporary form of marriage (?) practiced by our Sunni brs which is made up and not mentioned in Quran

 

There are two possibilities here 

 

1) These women are prostitutes and using the name of 'Mutah' to try to make these ignorant men feel better. Prostitution exists in every country in the world, including Iran, so no big surprise there

2) The propagandists are finding random pictures of Shia women or even non muslim women to put on a hijab and agree to pretend that they are Shia and doing some sort of sexual acts with men right and left and calling it 'Mutah' 

 

 

 

For those that don't already know this, the US Congress and Israeli Knesset and secret services spend billions and billions of dollars every year on anti-Shia and anti-Iran propaganda using different programs and different means. Any negative content regarding these two subjects must be looked at in the light of this fact and then judged to see if it is true or not. 

 

1) Yes, they are using the name of mutah to legitimize prostitution, but I guarantee you that the vast majority of those men are not ignorant of what's going on.

 

And while I don't doubt that Israel does it's fair share of Anti-Iran propaganda, I highly doubt the US spends billions (or even millions) on anti-Shia propaganda.  They may partake in some anti-Iran propaganda, although I have no proof of it or know what exact form it takes.

 

I personally think it's a disgrace that we don't vehemently discourage mutah.  But that's my personal opinion.

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I personally think it's a disgrace that we don't vehemently discourage mutah.  But that's my personal opinion.

 

So you think we should vehemently discourage marriage which is mentioned in Quran and which was practiced by Ahl Al Bayt ? 

 

Care to elaborate on that. 

 

What these girls are doing on social media is not mutah, it is Fahsha(indecency and corruption) and this is highly discouraged and prohibited by teaching of Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) and Ahl Al Bayt(a.s). We are not supposed to marry women who are considered indecent and corrupt. 

 

 

 

 

 I highly doubt the US spends billions (or even millions) on anti-Shia propaganda.  They may partake in some anti-Iran propaganda, although I have no proof of it or know what exact form it takes.

 

In the boxing ring that is Washington, the match-up isn’t even. Compare, for example, the budgets of groups that oppose diplomacy with those that support it. Four of Washington’s pro-diplomacy groups are significant players on the Hill: the Center for a New American Security, the National Iranian American Council, the American Iranian Council and the Council on American-Islamic Relations. According to their most recent tax filings, these organizations boasted an annual combined budget of approximately $9.4 million.

Meanwhile, the latest tax filings for just two of the groups that push hardline policies, the FDD and AIPAC, have a combined budget of approximately $75 million. And that doesn’t include the annual budget of an AIPAC offshoot, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy ($8.7 million), or aggressive right-wing PR groups like United Against Nuclear Iran ($1.6 million), whose spokespeople are regularly quoted by national media.

The Money Behind the Lobby

Sheldon Adelson

Chairman and CEO, Las Vegas Sands Corporation

Estimated worth: $36.8 billion

Iran-related contributions:

   Over $1.5 million to the FDD between 2008 and 2011;

   at least $1.04 million to AIPAC since 2007

• In October 2013, Adelson—who along with his wife, Miriam, was the GOP’s biggest donor during the 2012 presidential campaign—said the United States should drop a nuclear bomb in the Iranian desert to persuade Tehran to abandon its nuclear program.

Paul Singer

Founder, Elliot Management hedge fund

Estimated worth: $1.5 billion.

Iran-related contributions:

   $3.6 million to the FDD between 2008 and 2011;

   $1.5 million to AIPAC between 2010 and 2011

• Singer was listed as the American Enterprise Institute’s second-largest donor in 2009, giving $2.31 million to the organization between 2009 and 2011. He was also a major fundraiser for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign.

Bernard Marcus

Co-founder, Home Depot

Estimated worth: $3.6 billion

Iran-related contributions:

   $10.7 million to the FDD between 2008 and 2011,

     making him its biggest donor in that period;

   $2.1 million to the FDD in 2012;

   $650,000 to the AEI between 2007 and 2012;

   $2.45 million to AIPAC between 2007 and 2012

• In the 2012 presidential campaign, Marcus contributed $60,000 to the Republican National Committee and $20,000 to a Mitt Romney Super PAC; he also maxed out his personal contributions to the Romney campaign.

Eli Clifton

The contributions to AIPAC from all three donors were directed to the American Israel Education Foundation, which calls itself “the charitable organization affiliated with AIPAC.”

 

If you would like to see proof, here is some. This is just the tip of the iceberg. 

http://www.thenation.com/article/180664/how-anti-iran-lobby-machine-dominates-capitol-hill?page=0,0

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I have seen the documentary prostitution behind the veil, really long time ago.

Before I got introduced to mutah.

But Bro that girl, there are half nude pics of her. Why would she show others?

Btw tbh, reallyyyyy my honest opinion is that the world we live in today is really strange.

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On 3/29/2015 at 6:01 PM, Abu Hadi said:

So you think we should vehemently discourage marriage which is mentioned in Quran and which was practiced by Ahl Al Bayt ? 

Care to elaborate on that. 

Yes.  I honestly believe that it served a purpose for a specific point in time and was never meant to be continued.  My understanding is it became lawful when an army full of new Muslim men were in a foreign city away from their wives, and my presumption is that in order to prevent disorder and allegations of unlawful "relations" with the locals, mutah was allowed.  However, similar to the step-wise prohibition on alcohol, mutah was eventually stopped by the prophet at some point.  Then, my understanding on it becomes a little murky, but I believe it was allowed again, and then off again, with Sunnis believing that it was finally prohibitted and Umar (I think) reaffirming it not being allowed, while Shias say the last command was that it was allowed and that Umar had no right to ban something that was allowed.

Regardless, I think marriage should be viewed as a life long bond and should not be cheapened for quick thrills because you're feeling frisky (or the common excuse: can't control your desires and don't want to commit zina).  I know people say that mutah can lead to permanent marriage, and that it allows for two people to get to lawfully know each other, yada yada, but I do not agree with it.  

Also, it's not unique to Shias.  Here's a quick scoop on prostituion in Dubai.  It's not under the guise of mutah, but it's prostitution none-the-less.  And if anyone tries contending that only westerners are partaking in that, they're delusional.

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Also, I apologize for thoroughly reading through and responding to your claims about anti-Shia propaganda (which I don't really see evidence of) and anti-Iran propaganda (which I don't have time to read your article, but lobbying and campaign donations is not propaganda.  Sorry if propaganda was addressed in the article.

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