Clear Evidences Against Shia Forbidden Practise of Temporary Marriage

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    Shia Forbidden Practise of Temporary Marriage


    By Abu Sufyan Source: Al Mudaa-fi'eena Anis Sahbati


    All praise is due to Allah, Whom we ask for help and forgiveness. We seek the protection of Allah from the sins of ourselves and our deeds. No one can misguide whom He guides, and whom He does not guide, will never find a guide.


    I testify that there is no God but Allah, the One with no partner, and that Muhammad:saw: is His slave and Messenger.


    In the days before the battle of khaibar the Prophet Muhammad :saw: permitted the use of temporary marriage.
    "Narrated Salama bin Al-Akwa' (r.a): 'In the year of Autas, Allahs Messenger :saw: permitted a temporary marriage for three nights, but he prohibited it afterwards."
    {Sahih Muslim}


    Unfortunately the Shiah had conveniently forgotten the part where it was forbidden, and have fabricated many lies trying to justify this clear haram act.... Insha-Allah firstly I will quote just some of the hadeeth clearly stating that this form of marriage is haram.
    • "Narrated 'Ali (r.a): Allah's Messenger :saw: forbade the temporary marriage in the year of khaibar." {Sahih Muslim & Sahih Bukhari}
    • "Narrated 'Ali (r.a): At the battle of Khaibar, the Prophet :saw: forbade the temporary marriage (i.e Mu'ta) of women, and the eating of the flesh of domestic asses." {Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Ahmad, An-Nasa'i, At-Termidhi and Ibn Majah have all collected it}
    • "Narrated Rabi bin Sabra on the Authority of his father: 'Allah's Messenger :saw: said: "I had permitted you the temporary marriage of women, but Allah has prohibited you from that till the day of Resurrection. So if anyone has a woman by temporary marriage he should let her go; and do not take back any of your gifts from them." {Sahih Muslim , Abu Dawud, An-Nasai and Ibn Majah}
    Anyone with the right mind can see that temporary marriage is clearly forbidden, but again the shia have rejected all Hadeeth in this matter and still continue to follow their desires, even if it is zina (fornication, adultury etc.).


    Insha-Allah one can not compare the above hadeeth with some fabricated lies from the Shia:


    Aytollah Khomaini stated in his book "Tahir-u-Wasila, Vol 2, P.292" that Temporary marriage can be for one day, a night, and even just a few hours! but for khomaini that was not enough so he further states in the same book on page 292, that temporary marriage can be performed with harlots and prostitutes.
    Now I will quote a fabricated shia lie with was attributed to Muhammed :saw: :


    On page 356 in volume 1 of 'Tafseer Minhajul Sadiqeen' it is mentioned that Muhammed :saw: said: "One who performs Mu'ta (temporary marriage) one will attain the rank of Imam Husain; one who performs it twice will attain the rank of Imam Hasan; one who performs it thrice will attain the rank of Ameeral Mo'mineen (Ali r.a) and one who performs it four times will attain my rank."


    Subhanallah!!! is this the lowest the Shia can get???? sleep with a prostitute and get instant Paradise????? However for the shia this can never be enough... they have still worse to come.


    Infact the amount of Shia references would be enough to fill a book on this subject.. as the shia indeed try at every step to justify this forbidden act.
    In the Shia Book "Minhaj us Sadiqeen" in volume 1, it is written in clear words that the number of women that a person can be engaged with in temporary marriage at the same time in unlimited....
    May Allah guide and protect us from this and all the other Shia filth that they try to enforce upon us....


    Any good out of this, is from Allah. And any error in this is from myself and Shaytan.
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    Shia's say that Abu bakr(ra) did not give fadha to Fatimah(ra). Can anyone explain what this means ???
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    Clear Evidences Against Shia Forbidden Practise of Temporary Marriage/ Why they do it

    The Iranian government recently passed legislation which created legal whore-houses, brothels which would be officially liscensed under law as “Chastity Houses.” Such a name is of course the epitome of Orwellian terminology, and the irony of the name should not be lost to anyone.

    The Iranian clerics argued that the only way to solve the problem of prostitution is to bring it under state control. In recent weeks, several prominent conservative clerics have proposed that prostitutes be placed in government-run shelters for destitute women to be called “Chastity Houses,” where male customers could briefly “marry” them under the Shia belief of Mutah. These brothels would then be run by the Iranian religious clerics, who would ensure that the couples use contraceptives and protective measures. Proponents of the idea argue that it would “eradicate social corruption” by legitimizing sexual relations between the men and women. Under the plan, the couples would register for a temporary marriage under Iran’s Shia law.

    One cleric backing the plan, Ayatollah Mohammed Mousavi Bojnurdi, recently told a newspaper: “We face a real challenge with all these women on the street. Our society is in an emergency situation, so the formation of the Chastity Houses can be an immediate solution to the problem.” He added that the plan “is both realistic and conforms to Sharia [Islamic] law.”

    The Cultural Council for Women, a women’s rights group, argue back that such houses would be a “deceitful and thinly disguised” form of prostitution. Reuters recently quoted Shahrbanou Amani, a female parliamentarian, as calling the Chastity Houses “an insult and disrespectful to women.” Particularly discomforting is that there are hundreds of thousands of prostitutes in Tehran alone, and many of them are girls who are poverty-striken and forced into the now legalized prostitution that is so rampant in Iran.


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    The Hadith forbidding Mutah are considered Mutawattir, meaning that they have been transmitted so many times and by so many people that there is no doubt as to their authenticity.

    The Prophet (SAW) said:

    “O people, I had permitted you Mutah before, [but now] whoever of you has any part in it currently must part with her, and do not take back anything which you may have given them, as Allah Exalted and Majestic has forbidden it until the day of resurrection.” [Muslim, Abu Dawood, Ibn Majah, Nasa`i, and Darimi]

    Ali (RA) said:

    “The Messenger of Allah had forbidden Mutah on the day of Khaybar and had forbidden the eating of the meat of domestic camels.” [Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmizy, Ibn Majah, Nasa`i, Tahawy, Shafi’i, Bayhaqy, and Hazimy]

    Ali (RA) said to a man who was engaging in Mutah:

    “You are a straying person, the Messenger of Allah has forbidden temporary marriage and the meat of domestic camels on the day of Khaybar.” [Muslim and Bayhaqy]

    Imam Muslim has narrated that according to Mohammad Bin Abdullah Bin Numayr who said:

    “My father had narrated to us according to Ubaidullah according to Ibn shahab according to Alhassan and Abdullah the sons of Mohammad bin Ali according to their father according to Ali that he heard Ibn Abbas being lenient towards temporary marriage, so he said, ‘wait Ibn Abbas, the Messenger of Allah had forbidden it on the day of Khaybar when he also prohibited the meat of domestic camels.’” [Sahih Muslim]


    Sabrah bin Ma’ bad al-Jihani reported:

    “I went forth with the Prophet for the conquest of Mecca, and he allowed us Mutah with women. But we had not even left the city [yet] when it was prohibited by the Messenger of Allah.”


    See this thing too.... (Grand Ayatollah Sistani’s Fatwa: Virgin Girls Can Do Mutah)


    Question : I know a virgin girl… can I do the Mut`ah with her?

    Answer : Any relationship with girl with out[side] legal marriage contract is haram and impermissible, while Mut`ah is permissible provided her guardian’s permission like her father or her grandfather…

    (source: Grand Ayatollah Sistani’s official website,
    http://www.sistani.org/html/eng/menu/4/?lang=eng&view=d&code=93&page=1)


    May Allah give Shia Hidayah to come on the true path of Islam which is presented by Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamah....
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    Abu Bakr ( RA) didnt gave Fadak to Fatima ( RA)

    The issue of Fadak is a favorite topic for the Shia, and the story (in collusion with spiteful rhetoric) is one that the Shia children grow up on. The Shia propagandists feel no qualms in rabble-rousing and exploiting Fadak by reviving Fitnah and disagreements that died hundreds of years ago. On the other hand, the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah does not focus on the story of Fadak, namely to prevent senseless Fitnah and out of respect for Abu Bakr (RA) and Fatima (RA), two of the great personalities of Islam.

    Because of the fact that the issue of Fadak is not a center of focus in Sunni circles, many Sunni youth do not have the details about this event and most haven’t even heard of it. Meanwhile, the Shia youth are trained with propaganda points to assault the unknowing Sunnis with. This imbalance of knowledge leads to a quick “victory” for the Shia propagandists.

    The reality, however, is that the Shia version of Fadak is completely biased, contrary to the facts, and yet another typical Taqiyyah-oriented deception and manipulation of history designed to malign Abu Bakr (RA). We find that a fair analysis of Fadak not only absolves Abu Bakr (RA) of all wrong doing, but it also exposes the falsity of the Shia paradigm.

    Fadak
    Fadak was the name of a property that the Prophet (SAW) personally owned. Upon the Prophet’s death (SAW), Fatima (RA) expected to inherit Fadak, but Caliph Abu Bakr (RA) refused to give it to her and he instead donated it to the state as charity. Based on this event, the Shia villify Abu Bakr (RA) for “stealing” land from the daughter of the Prophet.

    The reason Abu Bakr (RA) did not–and Islamically could not–give Fadak to Fatima (RA) was because the Prophet (SAW) had declared that the Prophets do not leave behind inheritance. Prophets are awarded special financial privelages in order to aid them in their mission to spread Islam; Prophet Muhammad (SAW) got a portion of the Khums on the very basis that he was a Prophet. It is thus not an absurd stipulation that their inheritance too has a special set of rules distinct from non-prophets. Both Sunni and Shia Hadith confirm that the property of Prophets is left behind as charity and not to be awarded as inheritance.

    Hadith
    Let us now examine Sunni Hadith on the topic of Prophets and inheritance. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said:

    “We do not leave inheritance. What we leave behind is charity.” (Sahih Muslim, Kitab al-Jihad was-Siyar, no. 49)

    “We, the Prophets, do not leave heirs.” (Musnad Ahmad, vol. 2 p. 462)

    This is confirmed in Shia Hadith as well. Let us examine Shia Hadith in Al-Kafi, the most reliable of the four Shia books of Hadith, on the same matter:

    “The Prophets did not leave dinars and dirhams as inheritance, but they left knowledge.” (al-Kafi, vol. 1 p. 42)

    This Shia Hadith in Al-Kafi has two separate narrations, and is considered Sahih by the Shia. The authenticity is confirmed by Ayatollah Khomeini, who used this Hadith to prove his claim of Wilayah al-Faqih. Khomeini said about the Hadith:

    “The narrators of this tradition are all reliable and trustworthy. The father of ‘Ali ibn Ibrahim [namely Ibrahim ibn Hashim] is not only reliable, [but in fact] he is one of the most reliable and trustworthy narrators.”

    (source: Khomeini, al-Hukumat al-Islamiyyah, p. 133, published by Markaz Baqiyyat Allah al-A’zam, Beirut)

    So we wonder why this Hadith is reliable enough to prove Wilayah al-Faqih, but suddenly it is not used by the Shia to defend Abu Bakr’s (RA) position?

    Do we not then see that the statement made by Abu Bakr (RA) about Prophets not giving inheritance is the same statement that was made by Imam Sadiq (RA) whom the Shia consider to be infallible? Allamah Al-Majlisi declared that the Hadith “do[es] not fall short of being Sahih.” And Ayatollah Khomeini considered it to be so Sahih that he used it to prove his Wilayah al-Faqih. If Abu Bakr (RA) is to be considered a liar for quoting this Hadith, then would the Shia also accept that Imam Sadiq (RA), Allamah Majlisi, and Ayatollah Khomeini are also liars by same logic?

    This Shia Hadith is referenced on Al-Shia.com, one of the most reliable of the Shia websites:

    Hadith 57, Chapter 4, h 1

    “The prophets did not leave any Dirham or Dinar (wealth) as their inheritance but they did leave knowledge as their inheritance.”

    (source: Al-Shia.com,
    http://www.al-shia.com/html/eng/books/hadith/al-kafi/part2/part2-ch4.htm)

    The Prophet (SAW) is recorded as saying:

    “What we leave behind is to become alms.” (Hadith ash-Shafi)

    The truth is that the Shia has no leg to stand upon since we point to their own Al-Kafi.


    The First Khalifah was justified in not giving Fadha to Fatimah because it was according to the teaching of Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W).


    (Crux of the Matter )

    When Ali (RA) became Caliph, he did not revoke the decision of Abu Bakr (RA )on the propety of Fadak. What stopped Ali (RA) from doing this? So why are the Shia against Abu Bakr (RA) when Ali (RA) upheld the decision? In fact, the scholar Sayyid Murtada (known as ‘Alam al-Huda) narrates in his book on Imamah entitled ash-Shafi, that when Ali (RA) became the Caliph he was approached about returning Fadak. Ali’s reply (RA) was:

    “I am ashamed before Allah to overturn something that was prohibited by Abu Bakr and continued by Umar.” (al-Murtada, ash-Shafi fil-Imamah, p. 231; and Ibn Abil Hadid, Sharh Nahj al-Balaghah, vol. 4)

    This here is the crux of the matter. Why didn’t Ali (RA) return Fadak once he became Caliph? There is no Shia response to this question. We ask our Shia brothers to guess who returned Fadak. The Shia will be shocked to know that it would be a later Umayyad Caliph that returned Fadak to the descendants of Fatima (RA), even though the Umayyads are hated and villified by the Shia. (However, this decision by the Umayyad Caliph was over-turned by future Caliphs on the basis that it was incorrect, considering that the Prophet [SAW] forbade inheritance of his property, and that Abu Bakr [RA], Umar [RA], Uthman [RA], and Ali [RA] upheld the decision of Fadak.)

    So again, we ask our Shia brothers: why didn’t Ali (RA) return Fadak once he became Caliph? Why did he uphold Abu Bakr’s decision (RA) if it was so wrong? Why don’t the Shia hate Ali (RA) for failing to return Fadak? Why don’t they hate Ali (RA) for reaping the gains of Fadak while he was Caliph? Why the double standard with Abu Bakr (RA)? The Shia say that Caliph Umar (RA) gave Fadak back to Hasan (RA) and Hussain (RA), and they accuse Caliph Uthman (RA) of being a tyrant because he snatched it back from them. So then the question is: why didn’t Ali (RA) return Fadak to Hasan (RA) and Hussain (RA) when he became Caliph? Uthman (RA) is a tyrant but Ali (RA) is not? Indeed this is nothing short of an incredible double standard.

    What is also interesting is that Hasan (RA)–who was also Caliph for a short duration–also did not return Fadak! He did not claim it for himself, nor did he distribute it to the other inheritors from Fatima’s lineage (RA). So why did he too do nothing about Fadak? Surely, if blame is to be put on Abu Bakr’s shoulders (RA), and on the shoulders of Uthman (RA), then fairness dictates that equal blame should be put on Hasan (RA)


    Conclusion
    The Shia accusations against Abu Bakr (RA) are baseless, since he was following orders from Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and this decision was upheld by Ali (RA). If the Shia want to lay blame on Abu Bakr (RA) for using Fadak as a charitable property, then the Shia should also accuse Ali (RA) since he did the same thing during his Caliphate. The truth is that Ali (RA) did at first think that Fadak should be given to Fatima (RA); however, he changed his mind after being presented with Abu Bakr’s argument (RA), and this is why Ali (RA) upheld the first Caliph’s decision in regards to Fadak.

    May Allah show this deviant sect true path which is Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaah

    Masallama

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