It is well established that temporary marriage does not agree with the interests of people because it causes loss to the offspring, uses women for fulfillment of the lusts of men, and belittles the value of a woman whom Allah has honored. And where was 'Umar himself? Al-Qurtubi reports that other authorities who have studied the traditions concerning mut'a say that its statute was changed seven times. And finally, if she were a wife, it would be necessary for her to maintain the waiting period, since this is commanded by God 2:234 ; but this also is not the case. The time period for which the woman was at the man's disposal is irrelevant, just as there is no difference between one act of sexual intercourse and several acts as long as the mistake remains in force. How has he gotten away with such blatant perversion and have even one follower let alone over a billion! Particularly as 'Umar Ibnul Khattab r. If you like to discus more about this issure or anything else, feel free to email me at.
Islam: Islam, gender and family. So if we revert to the pagan meaning then is it acceptable in Islam as women are not treated a sexual commodities in Islam? In the beginning, drinking wine was permissible and many of the Sahabah did it. Once the contract is concluded the wife receives the whole dowry, whether or not the husband consummates the marriage before the time period expires. So complete the hajj and the 'umra as God has commanded you. For 'Umar threatened the people with stoning, and considering his fabled severity, no one would have dared to speak against him. Dear Zahara, I read the whole story.
By the famous, and greatly missed Shaheed, Allamah Murtaza Mutahheri. In fact, even Ayatuallah Tabatabi accepts in his Al Mizan that mutah is not mentioned in the Quran. The contract of mut'a is not simply an exchange of goods, but a marriage. Quranic Argument Sunni scholars believe that sexual activities are only valid when you do it with your wife, if you do that with anyone else, it will be unlawful as per Islamic beliefs, and quote this verse; Furthermore, Sunni scholars do consider the following hadith as well which prohibits temporary marriages; 2. But the fact that purchasing an object and receiving a gift have a common measure does not mean that they have the same nature.
I have some questions concerning our situation. While according to Shia scholars, the temporary marriage is valid until today. So in this respect, the reason that one-half the dower is held back is that the marriage was not consummated. Before I give my comments on the above argument, I would like to clarify to my readers that the italicized parts of the translation do not exist in the Arabic text of the Qur'an. But this is not a necessary condition of the marriage, by reason of the 'principle of correctness' as applied to the Muslim's act. Because due to the question being of the ignorant kind, and that the question was only asked to rise frustration about the matter of mut´ah. In any case, there are an overwhelming number of Hadith which forbid Mutah Al-Nisa, and the lone opinion of a Sahabah cannot possibly change this opinion.
Why did he do that? Some Sunni scholars who are of the said view are the following: 1. Hence to try to make Ajar in to Mahar of mutah is not the exclusive meaning that can be taken. How can any logical person reading this about Mohammed and his evil revelations, seriously dedicate their lives and trust their soul to a god who is clearly obsessed with sexual gratification at every turn? In this section the author discusses the negative way in which some customary societies view Mutah. What are you waiting for? Ibn Maja relates that the Prophet said: 'Oh people! In the following verse the Qur'an enumerates the women who are forbidden to men. From Chapter 4: from the book Questions On Jurisprudence Masa'il Fiqhiyya by 'Abd al-Husayn Sharaf al-Din al-Musawi. Al-Razi answers this line of reasoning by saying that perhaps 'Umar only mentioned stoning to intimidate his listeners and make them think more seriously about the consequences of temporary marriage. After clicking on the above link, please click on subject heading you want to skip to from the Table of Contents.
I do not feel right about a man, any man exploiting women for sex!!! You have done more than enough to get him back to you and back on track. So mut'a's legal situation must have been known, just as everyone knew about marriage. According to the first interpretation, the wife must receive the whole dower; but according to the second, she is only entitled to one-half of it, He concludes that the second interpretation would seem to be the correct one, so long as we accept the authenticity of the hadith attributed to the Imam al-Hasan: When asked about a man who gave the remaining time period back to his temporary wife before the consummation of the marriage, he replied in a general sense, 'The woman must return one-half the dower to the man. If you want to enjoy her, then enjoy her while she still has some crookedness in her. Law of desire: temporary marriage in Shi'i Iran. Some Western writers have argued that mut'ah approximates prostitution. In general the word mut'a was more commonly used than other terms for temporary marriage both during the lifetime of the Prophet and afterwards during the time of the Shi'i Imams and other Muslim leaders.
This type of marriage existed in the time of the Prophet Muhammad, but it was banned by Umar, the second caliph, and later abandoned by most schools of Islamic law. In a similar manner numerous hadith exist to prove that a wife by mut'a must observe the waiting period. A typical Shi'i answer to this argument runs as follows: First, the Qur'anic verse is a general statement, and there is no reason why its specific applications may not be clarified by other verses and hadith. How does this in any way change the situation? If the Prophet صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم had not banned wine in stages, and instead had he صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم simply banned wine immediately, it would have been very hard for the early Muslims who were accustomed to wine-drinking, which was a hobby of the pagan Arabs. He proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that this verse 4:24 is about Mutah and was never abrogated by Qur'an or Sunnah. A legitimate sexual relationship may be dissolved without divorce in the case of a wife who is the subject of a sworn allegation, a spouse who leaves Islam, or a slave-girl who is sold.
The Prophet of Islam allowed his followers to practice a form of prostitution called Nikah al-Mut'ah. If the husband's intention in contracting the marriage is to enjoy the woman 's company only for a period of time, but he does not make such a stipulation in the contract, the marriage is correct. There is no doubt that contemplation in this brief message will find in it convincing proof that temporary marriage is prohibited for those who believe in Allah and are free from blind loyalty. I know why they say The Bible is changed because they don't have guts to live life up to the standards of the Teachings of Jesus Christ, a peaceful and moral life with a single wife whom you can divorce except adultery, loving each other irrespective their religions, forgiving others no matter how much they hurt you, living a pure life. It is well known that practices like gambling, drinking, and the eating of pork and blood were common during the early days but were gradually prohibited. So He made the witnesses to number four as a protection for you. The time period of a temporary marriage must be delineated in a manner which allows no possibility of increase or decrease.
Hence it is sufficient that any possibility of misunderstanding which might arise from not seeing the dower be removed. Obviously the more funds we have at our disposal, the quicker we can improve the quality of the Mutah. Abu Hatim al-Busti, a well-known compiler of hadith, remarks in his Sahih that the question the Companions asked the Prophet shows that at first mut'a was forbidden, and hence the questioners saw no escape from their sexual desires but emasculation. I would like to know because a friend of mine has read a book by professor Abui Qasim Gourgi and is under the impression that if they are already married it is okay for them to do muta the name for a temporary marriage according to islamic shariah. This is very similar to wine, which was at first permissible in Islam, and it was only later in time that the Prophet صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم forbade it.
Oddly enough, the Shia believe that Ali رضّى الله عنه left behind a voluminous book, Nahjul Balagha, wherein he presented various aspects of Islam and the Muslim state. Good Advisor and all others read this than you will know your status you are a muslim or not because if you are not following prophet you are not a muslim read and decide with yourself also this all evidence is from Sunni Books not from shia and if you are not agree with quran and sunnah of prophet than you know your position. This is Chapter 9 from the book Islam In The Bible by Professor Ali Haydar Thomas McElwain. In many early Zaidi books like Mujmoo Imam Ali Pp 498 V112. Chapter taken from According To Ayatullah Seestani. In order to gain knowledge of the property, it is sufficient for the woman to see it, but it is not necessary that it actually be weighed, measured, or counted-whatever the case may require.