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shiat temporary marriage vs sex jihad

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Submitted by Hadi (United States), Apr 7, 2015 at 12:57

Last paragraph information is wrong. Shait temporary marriage has never had any equivalent in sunni teachings- and in wahabi and salafi teachings respectively. There's no temporary marriage in sunni teaching, hence it has been in shait teaching from the very begining. By the way,

  • after shiat temporary marraige, women must not marry for at east two passes of menstruation
  • there must be some people as witness to testify the marriage.
  • there must be a dowry,
  • the possible born children are legitimate and inherit from their parents
  • and finally and more importantly their parents are known.

On the other hand, in that illegitimate "sex jihad" women sleep with with different men within even less than a day with no dowry, with children whose identtity are unknown (based on eastern social norms ). also these children don't inherit anything from their father- except their genes and disgrace.

These were only the most prominent differences.

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