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Submitted by Muhammad Taufiq Sheikh (Pakistan) (Pakistan), Nov 21, 2007 at 05:34

I would like to say that misyar marriage is a complete contract marriage near to me. It's not a legal marriage.

Marriage is the relation of whole life. Means husband and wife have to spend their whole life together.

"I am totally against to misyar marriage. Because it is not right that a man is getting married with a woman but he can't live with her just due to financial reason that he is not in supporting position so she has to live still with parents because husband has no money to give her. He can only spend few hours or max a day in a week with her just likes a prostitute. How can this marriage be right? Let suppose a woman is living with her parents,

She has a husband but they can't live together coz they are misyareans. After that she (misyarean wife) has a big trouble to face. She has to face the questions by society that if you are married then who is your husband? And you have a baby then who is the father of child? etc …….

I said that Muslims should not get engaged any more with this stupidity & if any body going to do this then he has not right any to be called Muslim. One more opinion which I have to share with you people is that if any body likes misyar marriage for him/her self then he/she has to think same for his/her brother/sister/relative, means next of kin. Muslim society doesn't accept this illegal marriage."

It is totally wrong and bad manner for Muslims. All the Muslims follow shariah and shariah teaches us the lesson of responsibility for marriage. That if a man is going to become a husband then he has to be responsible for all, related to wife and children.

Wife is also the responsibility with family. In last I will say that it's not a valid solution for those guys who can't support their wives after marriage. So please think about the right and wrong then make decision.

It is true that Talmud, Torah, and Bible were changed by people for their own convenience.

Because Qur'aan never tells us the wrong side. We can't change the wordings of Qur'aan for our satisfaction. The safety of Qur'aan is the responsibility of GOD. The whole Qur'aan is the voice of GOD & GOD never tells a lie. And nobody can point out the errors from the Holy Book Qur'aan. Its a challange.

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