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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 forbade the temporary marriage in the year of khaibar. " " Narrated ‘Ali (r.a): At the battle of Khaibar, the Prophet forbade the temporary marriage (i.e Mu’ta) of women, and the eating of the flesh of domestic asses. " " Narrated Rabi bin Sabra on the Authority of his father: ‘Allah’s Messenger 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. "
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 Muhammad :
On page 356 in volume 1 of ‘Tafseer Minhajul Sadiqeen’ it is mentioned that Muhammad 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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POV Viewers’ Favorite Documentaries About Women.
In response to Tom Roston’s Doc Soup column on the ten best documentaries about women, we’ve been collecting your recommendations on Facebook, Twitter and the blog.
Your suggestions confirm that, yes, there is a wealth of documentaries about women today and going back many years. We’ve compiled your list and categorized it to make it easier for you to discover new films.
Omissions? Disagreements? Share your omissions and disagreements in the comments!
Activism and Liberties.
Filmmaker: Pratibha Parmar.
In this film, Parmar celebrates the achievements of African-American women, featuring interviews with Angela Davis, June Jordan and Alice Walker. They triumph the roles that iconic women played in the civil rights and Black power movements, stating that they changed American society.
Filmmaker: Alice Elliott.
Chronicling the stories of two life-long friends, one of whom has Down syndrome and the other cerebral palsy, Body and Soul: Diana & Kathy works to break stereotypes about disability. Shot over five years, the documentary shows Diana as a capable personal assistant to Kathy who has become non-verbal due to her illness. The two are inspiring in their lobbying efforts for equal rights for those with disabilities.
Filmmaker: Antony Thomas.
For Neda tells the story of the woman whose death became the iconic image for the conflict in Iran after the 2009 elections. The film works to discover who Neda was and her rebellious desire for self-expression in an oppressive government regime.
Filmmaker: Barbara Kopple.
Documentary filmmaker Barbara Kopple takes a look at a 1973 miners’ strike that lasted more than a year and had periods of active violence. In addition to the miners becoming activists for their own cause, the women in their lives also took up the fight for the mine to recognize the legitimacy of the miners’ union.
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