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Question ID  343  -  Marriage -  2013-02-26 02:30:01
Dear Administrator, Salamu Alaikum wa rahmatullah, I am Shabirullah a married master's student who will spend his last semester in Japan until September 2013. Long distance to Afghanistan and lots of studies are obstacles to go home regularly, so I feel too uncomfortable in terms of life partner and mental health. I want to marry someone under Mut-aa (sigha) condition, so what is your kind advice under Jafari Mazhab for me? Looking for your kind response. Respects, Shabirullah
 
Answer:-  Mut'a marriage is allowed in Islam according to Quran and authentic
Hadeeths.
In your case, if you fear falling in sin being away from your wife, you
must be sure that you remain safe from falling in sin. Mut'a marriage is
allowed with a woman who must be a Muslim or from People of Book (Ahl al
Kitab). She should not be currently married or passing Iddah. Both of you
should agree to have this temporary marriage between you and agree on the
period of time and the Mahr, then she or any one on her behalf should say
to you the Seegha of Mut'a.
You can find more on Shia websites like www.sistani.org
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  331  -  Marriage -  2013-02-17 02:00:01
If a woman who is no longer having her periods and has mutta relationship for a period...then after completion of the metta period does she need to observe an iddah period before entering into another mutta period ? Thank you Mawlana Musawi may allah swt give you you tawfiq and fulfils your hajaats as you are provising a valuable service.Ameen Abdul
 
Answer:-  If she has no menstrual period at all, then there is no IDDAH on her.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  249  -  Marriage -  2012-12-22 20:45:02
Is a woman allowed to marry a man who occasionally doesnt pray on time and prays after prayer time has passed? And what if this man is not open for advice, and any talk about praying on time irritates him? Are the rulings different for a woman who has reached the desperate age?
 
Answer:-  Woman should chose a person of Faith and good morals for marriage. If the
husband is not fulfilling his religious obligatory, the woman should advise
him politely, but if he refuses the advice, the woman is not responsible
about the sins of her husband. Wassalam. Mohammad al-Musawi
 
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