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Temporary Marriage in Islam

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in response to reader comment: temporary marriage is sin

Submitted by Khurram Jafri (Pakistan), Nov 25, 2010 at 16:03

Your likening or disliking does not matter. The thing which matters is what Islam orders. There is alot of vulgarity, obscenity and bad morals in the society but they are hidden and people do not see them. You are a Pakistani still you are unaware of all the moral problems we are facing? There are brothel houses in the residential areas.You can go any where in Pakistan and find a hotel who has managed his matters with the concerned police and you can arrange a girl for prostitution. All is happening but your objection is not on that. Try to be rational. Merely criticizing an Islamic order will not work. The cure of all the problems is Mutah marriage. A muttah wife has all her rights saved. Her son is legitimate and inherits from his father. For more knowledge about Mutah as islamic marriage check the following link.

http://answering-ansar.org/answers/mutah/en/index.php

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