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Alam Abdul Jalil Naqvi Na Aaj Mare Ankh Khul Dee Ketna Naik Kam Bataya Ha Hunko Abb Es Naik Kam Ke Shrowat Hum Sub Alama Kay Ghar Saay Karan Ga . Wellcome Karaty Han Ya Inkar Kartay Han Wellcome Kia Too Thek Inkar Keya Too Samjho Jhota Ha TAKKYA Kar Raha Ha Ma Bhee Alama Ke Bahan Saay Muta Karnay Ja Raha Hun Jasy Kay Us Na Kaha Muta Ek Naik Amal Ha . Or Har Muslim Us Ko Kar Sakta Ha. Too Bhai Hum Too Chally Ek Ghantay Ka Muta Karnay Kenay Kenay Jana Ha Alam Kay Ghar Ticket Katao Lane Banao Lane Banao.......

Aab Dakhna En Shiyon Kaa Jawab Kase Aag Lagay Gee.

Boltay Rahan Ga Or Samjhan Ga Hum Na Kia Jawab Deya Ha..

Ma Tayar Hun Manazry Kay Leya Agar Kese Ko Shuk Ha Too Aa Jao I m Ready For Tham Shart Ya Ha Bhagna Nahe Ha ..Or Such Ko Kabul Karna Ha . Plz Plz Plz Takkya Nahe Karna Hum Ko Malum Ha Ya Aap Kay DHARAM Ma Buhat Naik Amal Ha 9/10 . Takkya Karna Ha Too Replly Ke Bhee Zarort Nahe Ha. No Takkya plz

Note:

(If You Want Takkya So Plz Plz Dont Replly Me I Do Understand You Will Come For 9/10 Coz You Have Good Time To Do)

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Agar Islam mein yeh Haraam Na hota to Ayatoola kay ghar kay bahir mein line mein saab sey agay hota.

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Agar Islam mein yeh Haraam Na hota to Ayatoola kay ghar kay bahir mein line mein saab sey agay hota.

ROFL!

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Etna Sanata Kun Ha Bhai Sary CAVE MA chaly Gaya KIa ?

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Two fast question please,

Q1/ What is Misyar prevalent in Saudi Arabia. One of my friend working at senior post in Islamic Dev bank told its even for one night!

My second question is;

Q2/ Ibn-saud, the father of present Kind , had more than four wives between 1920-1930!! ( Was he doing Muta'h)

Fast answer please Fatah-Momin

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A: The type of marriage that you have mentioned is not time restricted, I do not remember the name of the which Ummal Momineen[ra](I think it was Ummal Momineen Syeda Hz. Sauda[ra]) She[ra] heard a rumor that RasoolAllah[saw] was about to divorce her[ra], so she [ra] relieved RasoolAllah[saw] from her[ra] turn. If the marriage is with time term then it is haram/fronication, no matter if it is practiced by Saudies or Pakistanies. Misyar is not a time termed, it is an arrangement about how the time is spent between the husband and wife in a day, week, month, But no agreement to divorce . Mutah is a pure fornication and who ever practice Mutah is punishable by death through stoning in Muslim religion, not in Shia faith, it is blessing.

A: There is no limit on the number of wives that one can have, the number mentioned are one, two, three or four, one is preferable. If Saud married Multiple times,it is not Hujjah on us Muslims. You Shia do Mutah, he had married them, he was not divorcing them every hour. If remember correctly Hz. Hassan[ra] married numerous times.

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Salam,

I m Agree With Fatha Bhai .

Jazak Allah

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Where did Zulfiqar go, was he in hurry to leave?

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In the name of Allah, The Most Beneficant The Most Merciful.

Misyaar is described as a form of marriage in which the wife gives up her rights from her husband for example living with her in the same house and providing her with necessary expenses etc. The husband may come to see her at her parents home at whatever time he chooses for himself, or at a time agreed by the two.

Misyaar is been practiced in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Wealthy men sometimes enter into a Misyaar marriage while on vacation especially to poor countries for example Egypt and Syria. Families agree to the arrangement because of the money and the hope that their girl will have some fun and visit places that she can only dream about (i.e. luxury hotels and restaurants). They also hope for some gifts at the end of the vacation and that the rich husband will give her some money and divorce her. Sometimes the husband keeps the wife for the next vacation and sends her some money now and then.

Many Misyaar wives hope to win the love of their husbands so that they may live with them permanently. Since the wife knows that she will most likely be divorced, she is more cautious of falling pregnant. It is believed that Misyaar merely permits men to have sexual relations without committing the sin of adultery. In Saudi Arabia 30 men and women aged between 20-40 were surveyed regarding Misyaar marriage. Over 60 percent of the men surveyed favoured Misyaar marriage with the majority of the respondents in their 20s.

The opinions of women respondents about Misyaar marriage were in sharp contrast to the males. More than 86 percent of the women aged between 20-40 would not even consider such a marriage for themselves. Only four women, all in the over 40 category would consider such marriages for themselves or relatives. Most of the women respondents called it LEGAL PROSTITUTION. Many have assimilated Misyaar to Mutah (Shias temporary marriage).

Allah says in Holy Quran:

And among His signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in peace and tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): Verily in that are signs for those who reflect. [surah Roum: verse#21]

O Humans fear your Guardian Lord, Who created you from a single person created of like nature its mate, and from this scattered (like seeds) countless men and women. Fear Allah through whom you claim your mutual rights. [surah Nisa: verse#1]

The objective and the goal of marriage in Islam is to enable the spouses to dwell in peace and tranquillity which is achieved through equity, equality, and fulfilment of mutual rights. Marriage binds the spouses and leads them to live a common life and form a family that develops into a deep spiritual and sentimental relationship. Marriage is not merely an instrument for legalizing sexual relations, but it is an agreement which unites the very existence of the husband and wife and gives a new colour to their life. It turns them into a couple instead of single individuals and makes them complementary to each other.

The concept of Misyaar marriage is VOID of fulfilling many fundamental rights of the spouses and reducing the institution of Nikah to merely fulfilling ones passion. Man has been created feable and cannot control his desires and passions. Every person should be the judge of himself as to whether such marriages of this nature conform to the teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad [s.A.W]?

Allah knows the best.

c/o

Mufti,

Haq Char Yaar

http://www.kr-hcy.com

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I Thought He Is In A Cave :)

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So hot Ice, You wrote this

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"Misyaar is described as a form of marriage in which the wife gives up her rights from her husband for example living with her in the same house and providing her with necessary expenses etc. The husband may come to see her at her parents home at whatever time he chooses for himself, or at a time agreed by the two.

Misyaar is been practiced in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Wealthy men sometimes enter into a Misyaar marriage while on vacation especially to poor countries for example Egypt and Syria. Families agree to the arrangement because of the money and the hope that their girl will have some fun and visit places that she can only dream about (i.e. luxury hotels and restaurants). They also hope for some gifts at the end of the vacation and that the rich husband will give her some money and divorce her"

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Is it true?

What about my seond question about Ibn-Saud having more than 4 wives at one time. Was it Misyar/Mutah / or Just Haram?

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We have posted answer to your question, now raise the issue that you wanted to, that is what I am waiting, so top wasting time now that you have shown here on this topic.

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So hot Ice, You wrote this

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"Misyaar is described as a form of marriage in which the wife gives up her rights from her husband for example living with her in the same house and providing her with necessary expenses etc. The husband may come to see her at her parents home at whatever time he chooses for himself, or at a time agreed by the two.

Misyaar is been practiced in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Wealthy men sometimes enter into a Misyaar marriage while on vacation especially to poor countries for example Egypt and Syria. Families agree to the arrangement because of the money and the hope that their girl will have some fun and visit places that she can only dream about (i.e. luxury hotels and restaurants). They also hope for some gifts at the end of the vacation and that the rich husband will give her some money and divorce her"

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Is it true?

What about my seond question about Ibn-Saud having more than 4 wives at one time. Was it Misyar/Mutah / or Just Haram?

1st question you agree.im right? (zufiqar).

what you asking about 2nd question so it is in our rilegion mutah = haram both al saud is not huja for the muslim if you raise question on our rilegion give refrence from our books.

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