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musa shakr

Is a Sunni misyar marriage required to be legal

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For a misyar to be valid is it required that you become legally married or is just signing a contract that isn't legally binding good enough. Can I write and sign my own nikha that isn't recognized by the government and what other requirements are there? Is it any different for a standard marriage agreement?

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1 hour ago, musa shakr said:

For a misyar to be valid is it required that you become legally married or is just signing a contract that isn't legally binding good enough

Salam only Mutah & permanent marriage are valid in Islam also Sunnis agree that misyar is Zina (prostitution) & a great sin but it advertises by countries like as KSA & it's backed wahhabi/Salafi scholars as a representative of Mutah but who do misyar is doing Zina even under Sunni ruling , the objection of Sunnis with Muta just comes by forbidding it by second caliph although he verified it's from tradition of Prophet Muhammad (pbu)  but he banned it on his behalf that later Sunnis fabricated a hadith from Imam Ali (عليه السلام)  that Prophet Muhammad (pbu) make it forbidden in battle of Khaybar  although Imam Ali (عليه السلام) was the first person that objected against forbidding of Mutah with second caliph but they fabricated this hadith to remove label of innovator from second caliph & make an excuse for forbidding Mutah as a famous excuses but now they fall in trap of Misyar (Zina)

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7 minutes ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam only Mutah & permanent marriage are valid in Islam also Sunnis agree that misyar is Zina (prostitution) & a great sin but it advertises by countries like as KSA & it's backed wahhabi/Salafi scholars as a representative of Mutah but who do misyar is doing Zina even under Sunni ruling , the objection of Sunnis with Muta just comes by forbidding it by second caliph although he verified it's from tradition of Prophet Muhammad (pbu)  but he banned it on his behalf that later Sunnis fabricated a hadith from Imam Ali (عليه السلام)  that Prophet Muhammad (pbu) make it forbidden in battle of Khaybar  although Imam Ali (عليه السلام) was the first person that objected against forbidding of Mutah with second caliph but they fabricated this hadith to remove label of innovator from second caliph & make an excuse for forbidding Mutah as a famous excuses but now they fall in trap of Misyar (Zina)

salam, and thank you, that was very helpful.

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