Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  3942  -  Marriage
Assalamoalaikum,I was a married woman my husband did second marriage so to fulfill my desire I did gunahane Kabira but after realising we did mutah .Few years back my husband died and we did nikah all by our own we read nikah khutba.Is our nikah is valid? if not then how we get Mehran for each other .PlZ guide me.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam Wr Wb

If a married woman commits fornication (Zina) with a person , she becomes
Haraam (Forbidden) to marry that person for all her life .

There is no question of Mut'ah with that man after committing (Zina) with
him while being married to someone else.

You need to seek forgiveness from the major sin .

You are not allowed to marry that person at all.

You are allowed now as a widow to marry another person.


Mohammad Musawi
Question ID  3938  -  Marriage
In response to Question: 3934 Salams, may I ask what the meaning of: إِنَّ هَٰذَا لَرِزْقُنَا مَا لَهُ مِن نَّفَادٍ is, how often I should recite it and the what it relates to e.g. For carriage or for looks/ beauty. Thanks
Answer:-  This verse (=D8=A5=D9=86 =D9=87=D8=B0=D8=A7 =D9=84=D8=B1=D8=B2=D9=82=D9=86=
=D8=A7 =D9=85=D8=A7 =D9=84=D9=87 =D9=85=D9=86 =D9=86=D9=81=D8=A7=D8=AF) =
is to be recited as many times as you want, and to be written and =
carried with you.
It has great benefit in marriage.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3934  -  Marriage
I want to get married, start a family etc. however I fear that due to genetic conditions, no man will want to marry me, also i am not "beautiful". Pease advise on anything to recite / what to do...?
Answer:-  إِنَّ هَٰذَا لَرِزْقُنَا مَا لَهُ مِن نَّفَادٍ
Question ID  3922  -  Marriage
Salam, I am married man and follower of Agha Sistani; with 3 children and my wife is a loyal woman looking after my family and home. On the other hand; she is not interested in sex and its been more than one year we had sex because of last child and my wife is breasfeeding her. To fulfil my sexual desire; I did gunahaan-e-kabrira including zina and masturbation. I have repented all the times but could not control my desires. Lately I found Muta option and now I am doing Muta with Christian Girl Prostitutes with seegha and according to Agha Sistani; it is allowed with Ehtiaat-e-Wajib. Please advise that Muta with Ahl-e-Kitab Girls after reading Seegha is allowed. Also Can I also do Muta with Non-Kitabi (Budhist, Hindus, Athiest etc.) if they recite Kalma only for Muta Marriage to become Muslim and after Muta Marriage she becomes murtid. wssalam
Answer:-  Mut'ah with ahl e Kitab woman needs permission from you Muslim wife.
Mut'ah with non ahl e Kitab non Muslims is not allowed unless they really
become Muslim I.e. Believe in Islam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3864  -  Marriage
salam allekum aga, This is question regarding question no 3854 - Marriage on your website.If a christian women is becoming muslim in order to have mutah marriage only and if she will revert back to christianity after completing muta period , in that case mutah ll be valid for muslim married man.
Answer:-  If she intends to leave Islam after the Mut'ah marriage, she is not Muslim
right from the beginning.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
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