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- King James Bible: Matthew, Chapter 22
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New Testament >> Matthew
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Holidays >> Lammas
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- King James Bible: Revelation, Chapter 19
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New Testament >> Revelation
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Saga of Times Past >> History & Anthropology
Muta Marriage is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Muta Marriage books and related discussion.
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- MUT'A MARRIAGE RECONSIDERED IN THE CONTEXT OF THE
- MUTA MARRIAGE RECONSIDERED traditions of al-Kulayni but has some counter-traditions to which he gives more validity.
- Marriage In The Arab World
- In muta'a. (temporary marriage), which is practiced by the.
- Mutah Discussed, comments by Salman [ sunniforum ] and Shayk
- woman and she became pregnant. When the report of this incident reached Umar he banned muta marriage.
- Marks : 150 Paper – A 75 Marks a) Muslim Law 45 Marks i
- Unlawful conjunction. Difference between void and irregular marriages.
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- Live-in relations and alimony
- Islamic Sharia applicable to Shia Muslims permits Muta marriage, a temporary marriage valid for 30 days at the end of which automatically the 30-day husband and wife become strangers. Imagine Shia Muslims beginning to resort to Muta marriages.
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- Nikah mut'ah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The duration of this type of marriage is fixed at its inception and is then . "Mut'ah , a comprehensive guide" — Answering Ansar; http://www.mutah.
- Muta marriage - Allowed or prohibited in Islam?
- WHAT IS IT'S HISTORY AND PLACE IN MODERN ISLAM? A: "Mut'ah" refers to temporary marriage.
- Mutah.com - Mutah Chat and Muta marriage (Sighe) in Islam
- Mutah Or Temporary Marriage Appendix from the book Shia by 'Allamah Tabatabai and Sayyed Hossein Nasr. This is a brief introduction to Mutah in Islam .
- Temporary Marriage in Islamic Law
- Temporary Marriage in Islamic Law by Sachiko Murata.