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In Shia Islam we have this significant practice known as Muta which is to keep us away from sins like fornication, pornography, and masturbation.

However the intricate laws of Muta (chosen by Maraja in non-western Islamic countries) and the societal circumstances are absolutely opposed to practicing this act. 

Within a Shia community, a man or woman cannot do muta with each other because they will be looked at in a negative way in the community. 

Shia Men cannot do Muta with Christian and Jewish Woman because let’s be honest: Western women will freak out when you mention marriage and then you try to make them repeat some Arabic verses. 

I’m a Shia Man who wants to do Muta but I’ve come to realize that it’s almost impossible due to the impractical rulings which cannot be applied in a Western country.

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1 hour ago, FalconofAli said:

Western women will freak out when you mention marriage

But if you explain that it is a short term marriage and similar to dating, except halal. Most wouldn't mind, explaining iddah would be an issue since most of them don't understand or believe in such a issue.

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3 minutes ago, alidu78 said:

At the opposite I think it is the best period for practice Mutah 

How? If it is frowned upon in the community and young western women don’t like the idea of marriage, then how can it be the best time period?

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4 hours ago, FalconofAli said:

In Shia Islam we have this significant practice known as Muta which is to keep us away from sins like fornication, pornography, and masturbation.

However the intricate laws of Muta (chosen by Maraja in non-western Islamic countries) and the societal circumstances are absolutely opposed to practicing this act. 

Within a Shia community, a man or woman cannot do muta with each other because they will be looked at in a negative way in the community. 

Shia Men cannot do Muta with Christian and Jewish Woman because let’s be honest: Western women will freak out when you mention marriage and then you try to make them repeat some Arabic verses. 

I’m a Shia Man who wants to do Muta but I’ve come to realize that it’s almost impossible due to the impractical rulings which cannot be applied in a Western country.

Members here can give you tons of evidence from our books about Mutah and how it is mustahab. 

Also, if culture is an issue then change the culture or ignore it. Don't change Islam to fit culture. If culture frowns upon Mutah then let that aspect of that culture burn in hell for all we should care. 

Also um, I would not use non muslim women as your benchmark to judge Mutah. Since they do plenty of stuff that would make even the most liberal of Muslim look away in shame. 

But aside from that I do realize the difficulty in doing Mutah. That is why I made a post here about some good resources for Mutah since just walking into a masjid and figuring it out has proven to an unwieldy gauntlet in and of itself. 

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Mutah Chat 1

That's right, Mutah Chat is back. Please use it responsibly. Let all your single friends know that they could meet a like minded Mutah partner here. Mutah is also spelt by some as Muta, Mutaa Muta'a Muta'ah and in Iran it is variously known as Sighe, Sigha, Seeghe, Seegah, Seegha and various other spellings for Muta. However you spell Sighe it is still the same thing as Mutah.

If the first chat room is quiet stay logged in and then log into the second chat room and talk to people from across the web about Mutah n the second chat room while waiting for more Mutah.com chatters to arrive. The best time to visit the Mutah Chat Room is between 17.00-19.00 (5pm to 7pm) to chat to local people in your time zone. To help make this chat room successful please share Mutah.com with friends on Facebook, Twitter and other websites.

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12 hours ago, FalconofAli said:

How? If it is frowned upon in the community and young western women don’t like the idea of marriage, then how can it be the best time period?

Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum 

It's not impossible at all.  Just like you can approach a girl for coffee or go out on a movie, you sit with her explain to her this aspect of our faith.  If you don't want to talk to her face to face, send her one of the hundreds of links so she can read about it, or give her a book, pamphlet about mut3.

What's the big deal?  Or are you embarrassed of your faith?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

 

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2 hours ago, Laayla said:

Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum 

It's not impossible at all.  Just like you can approach a girl for coffee or go out on a movie, you sit with her explain to her this aspect of our faith.  If you don't want to talk to her face to face, send her one of the hundreds of links so she can read about it, or give her a book, pamphlet about mut3.

What's the big deal?  Or are you embarrassed of your faith?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

 

Mutah in most cases is a very bad thing. It’s bad for the individual and it is bad for society.

 

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum dear brother,

I only recommend it on the base of preventing haram.  Would I recommend this to my own sons?  Of course not, because from now I'm raising them on having a family of their own and of course permanent marriage.

As for Falcon, I do not know his situation if he can get permanently married.  I don't want him to have the impression that zina is easier than mut3.  It's not easier, one is commiting a grave sin and the other is permissible on certain grounds.

What would you recommend brother @Muhammed Ali?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

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1 hour ago, Wared said:

What about mutah for the guys or girls who are ugly, they suffer, right?

No one is ugly,really. I haven't come across one person in my life whom I would call ugly. Yes,there are people who have bad ikhlaq or who have hatred towards Ahlebayt (as) in their heart and I have felt repulsed towards such people. And there are people who have done weird things to their bodies (multiple piercings in strange places, plastic surgeries) or most of all people acting arrogant or immodest that I don't desire to look at again but in principle I don't think any human as Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى creates him is ugly looking.

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22 minutes ago, Muhammed Ali said:

Mutah in most cases is a very bad thing. It’s bad for the individual and it is bad for society.

 

Then why do you think Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى made it halal?

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3 hours ago, Wared said:

What about mutah for the guys or girls who are ugly, they suffer, right?

Ahh...well, they should tone down their ambitions, brother. Ugly guys can find ugly girls, lol! (just joking- beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. There are plenty of warnings from Ahlul Bayt [as] about not choosing a partner simply based on his/her looks. But looks are all that matters these days.)

Or they become a renunciant and ascetic like me. *grin*

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