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Submitted by Adil (United Arab Emirates), Sep 7, 2011 at 04:49

When you say "these guys" I am assuming you mean Muslims. Temporary marriage by the hour, day or months is not allowed in Islam. Marriage with the intention of divorce is not allowed in Islam. As our faith teaches us that "The worst (Halal) allowed/solution with God is divorce. And that is during marriage. Could you imagine if you are planning to divorce before getting married? Just connecting the dots. Marriage is more sacred than you know in Islam. Search the internet regarding this matter from a decent source.

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