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Wrong as early as the the title - Misyar IS NOT a temporary mariage

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Submitted by Quasar (Bahrain), Feb 2, 2008 at 18:57

Misyar is a normal marriage excluding the right of the woman in having her husband must stay with her all time. The man is free to come when he wants. Please provide the readers from which confidential source you got that Misyar is a "temporary mariage".

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Read this entry to see proof of how the term is understood. Nothing confidential here.

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