Shi’ism encourages Mutah, a form of prostitution, which is not only permissible in Shia fiqh but is actually considered Mustahabb (highly recommended). In Mutah, a man pays a woman a set amount of money ("Mehr") after which he is “temporarily married” to her and can engage in sexual relations with her until the agreed upon time limit runs out, which can be as little as one hour. The articles below will examine the immoral institution of Mutah.
“Mutah” translates literally to “pleasure” in Arabic. In the Shia context, Mutah refers to a “temporary marriage.” In the Shia faith, Mutah is actively encouraged and is considered Mustahabb (highly recommended). In reality, Mutah is an abomination, and is nothing less than prostitution.
* Al-Shia.com on “Rewards for Doing Mutah”
The popular Shia website, Al-Shia.com, has an entire book on Mutah, titled “Narrations About the Rewards for Doing Mutah.” This book contains authentic Shia Hadith about Mutah. We have copied and pasted them here. These “Hadith” are troublesome, to say the least.
* A Plea from a Muslim Sister
Every day, more and more girls in our community are falling victim to the idea of Mutah. These girls are helpless in asking anyone for help, especially their parents.This is the experience of one young Muslim girl who was tricked into doing Mutah. Her experience should serve as a lesson for us all.
* More Shia Hadith on Mutah
Mutah is not only allowed in the Shia religion, but it is actually actively encouraged. Al-Kafi is the most reliable of the four Shia books of Hadith. Here are some Hadith from that book; it should be noted that the Ahlus Sunnah rejects these Hadith as Shia fabrications.
* The Mutah Pimps
According to an official source in Tehran, there has been a 635 percent increase in the number of teenage girls in prostitution, or rather, Mutah. The magnitude of this statistic conveys how rapidly this form of abuse has grown. Officials of the Social Department of the Interior Ministry are worried about the increase in sexually transmitted diseases.
* Ayatollah and Mutah
Ayatollah Khomeini is considered by the Shia to be the Wilayat Mutlaqah, or the Absolute Authority from Allah. He is the sole representative of the Hidden Imam. Here, we examine one of his statements about the institution of Mutah.
* The Fiqh of Mutah
The following are Shia Hadith which expound the Fiqh of Mutah. It is abundantly clear that these so-called Hadith advocate prostitution and Zinnah, and go against the chastity that is a central tenet of true Islam.
* Legalized Whore-Houses in Iran
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.
* In Mutah, Man Does Not Provide Support to Woman Nor Child
According to the Shia Fiqh, a man who has Mutah with a woman is not obligated to provide for her at all. In fact, even if she gets pregnant, the man still does not need to provide! In this article, we examine the religious edicts of Ayatollah Sistani and Ayatollah Lankarani.
* Mutah is Haram
The Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaâ'ah compeletely rejects Mutah. This article will show how the Prophet completely forbade it, and how it is pure blasphemy to slander the Prophet by saying that he would encourage prostitution. This article refutes certain non-truths spread by Shia propagandists who attempt to “prove” Mutah via Sunni sources.
* Making a Living from Mutah Prostitution
Using the institution of Mutah, it is very possible for women to gain a living by doing Mutah with one man and then immediately marrying another man, and so on and so forth. To the unbiased observor, this woman would be nothing more than a prostitute. The following question was asked on Al-Islam.org, the authoratative Shia website. The scholar passed the following Fatwa. No comments necessary, as it speaks for itself.
* Shia Hadith: Woman Who Does Mutah Twice Will Become Pure
Here, we shall examine certain Shia Hadith which dictate that a woman will be forgiven her sins if she engages in Mutah twice. It seems that the Shia religion is immoral, and it advocates the exploitation of women via the institution of prostitution. Here, we see the deviant idea that women who give themselves in sexual pleasure to men (the definition of Mutah is literally “pleasure”) will be made pure and forgiven their sins. We wonder: how could fornication and prostitution make anyone pure? Logic tells us that it is nothing but an immoral act.
* Fatwas: Permission of Wali Not Required for Mutah; Shia Guy Can Take Sunni Girl in Mutah
Shi’ism is a truly dangerous religion, and parents should be made aware of this Shia threat to the honor of Sunni girls. May Allah protect our women, as well as the women of the Shia who are also susceptible to being exploited by their Shia men. These Shia men can literally take away girls and have Mutah with them, without even the permission of the girl’s parents. And not only this, but these men believe themselves to be rewarded for this act of Mutah.
* Misyar Marriage is Not Like Mutah
This craze to equate Mutah with Misyar is one of the desperate attempts of the Shia propagandists to conflate simple issues, just like they conflate abrogation with Tahreef. This is to hide their embarassment over their filthy religion which allows women to be rented by the hour.
* Shia Website Al-Islam.org Says A Woman Who Enters Into Mutah is “Rented”
If one reads Shia Hadith, it becomes very clear that the woman is treated as “rented” property. In this article, we examine quotes from the Shia website Al-Islam.org in which women are described as being “rented”.
* USA Today: ‘Pleasure Marriages’ (Mutah) Regain Popularity in Iraq
Pleasure marriages were outlawed under Saddam Hussein but have begun to flourish again. The contracts, lasting anywhere from one hour to 10 years, generally stipulate that the man will pay the woman in exchange for sexual intimacy. Now some Iraqi clerics and women’s rights activists are complaining that the contracts have become…an outlet for male sexual desires.
* Marriage With the Intention to Divorce
In this article, we clarify the stance of the Ahl as-Sunnah with regards to the issue of marriage with the intention of divorce. Such marriages are not permissible.