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My cousin entered a Mutah Marraige without asking her Wali's consent. She was not aware about this rule and wanted to do everything in a halal manner. She was a virgin before the Mutah Marraige but she now she has had sexual intercourse. She is very scared what can she do about it now?

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The best would be to email the concerned marja because the conditions of permission from father depend on certain factors and the rulings differ slightly from marja to marja. 

 

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There's not really anything she can do. She should decide whether she wants to permanently marry the man, and if so, she should convince him. If he refuses or if she finds him unsuitable for marriage, there is nothing that can be done to make up for her really bad choice.

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W.S

The social consequences of not involving your walis in a community-driven or a conservative or an Eastern land are pretty much the same as when you would permanently marry someone without the wali's consent. The central issue is not mutah or a permanent marriage. Instead, the issue is about an individual's choice vs societal demands that force the walis to expect from that individual to adhere to the norms of that society. 

If your cousin is regretting her decision, she can end the relationship and not stress about it. Be smart by not broadcasting her affairs of life. And pray to Allah to protect her secrets, to provide better opportunities in life and to be a better judge. 

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Imam Khamenei:

Q: If a virgin female got married without her fathers permission, would her marriage still be valid or will she remain non-mahram to her spouse?

A: The marriage of a virgin girl should, by obligatory caution, be contracted with the permission of her father or paternal grandfather. Without the said permission, the marriage contract is – by obligatory caution – not in order.
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However, if it was concluded without permission, it is an obligatory caution that they either take the father's permission for it or separate 
a) and in temporary marriage, he grants the rest of the period to the wife;
b) and in permanent marriage, he divorces her.

 

In other words, the man and women committed fornication (zina).

Edited by Hassan-

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