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Temporary marriages are perfectly acceptable in islam

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in response to reader comment: In Islam theses acts are highly punishable..........

Submitted by Dutch Kafir (Netherlands), Jul 4, 2009 at 07:55

According to islamic law, there is no prescribed bride prize, nor is there an obligation for men to stay married.
This means that when only a small brideprize is settled upon, the muslim can quit marriage just by uttering 'taslaaq talaaq talaaq'. ...


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