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English translators of the Qur’an know that the civilized world will be horrified to find such teachings as Mut’a in the Qur’an. Thus, they do some damage control to the uncivilized teachings of Allah. They conceal the true intention and distort the true meaning of the Qur’an to suit western audiences. They are ashamed of Allah’s teachings and they seek ways to make it palatable.
Surah 4:24 was revealed towards the beginning of Muhammad’s arrival in Medina. By the time this Qur’anic verse was revealed, Mut’a had already become a legal custom in Medina. It was looked upon as a kind of marriage and was referred to by the term “Istimta’a . ” This term literally means, “To seek enjoyment.” On an occasion when the Prophet made a lesser pilgrimage to Mecca, the women of Mecca made themselves up especially for the event. Some of the Companions complained about the long separation from their wives, and the Prophet replied: “Then go and enjoy (Istamta’a) these women . ” (See Tafsir al-Kabir, by Fakhr al-Razi, v3, p286).
In his Tafsirs (Commentary) of the Qur’an, Ibn Kathir clearly stated the meaning of Surah 4:24 :
“ … the general meaning of which was given as evidence for Mut’a Marriage ( Marriage for an intended short time ) which was, undoubtedly, prevalent at the onset of Islam , but was abrogated thereafter. Ash-Shafi’i and a group of scholars were of the opinion that Mut’a Marriage had once been permitted but was later invalidated on two occasions.”
This Commentary shows that “the general meaning of ( Surah 4:24 ) was given as evidence for Mut’a Marriage . ” In other words, Surah 4:24 provides evidence for the legitimacy of Mut’a in the Book of Allah. The Commentary also proves that Mut’a was “prevalent at the onset of Islam . ” And according to the Commentary, Mut’a was “invalidated on two occasions . ” This is only possible if it was validated twice – a second time validation after a prohibition. This proves that Mut’a becomes validated whenever there was a need for it. Muhammad set this pattern for the Muslim community to follow.
Constantly we find testimonies of great Muslim scholars who testify that unlike any other practices in Islam, Mut’a is the only practice that was revived after a prohibition. As stated earlier, it was Allah’s way to indicate that one can resort to Mut’a when it is needed. Scores of evidences from Islamic sources show that Mut’a was never abrogated.
Abu Ishaq al-Thalabi was an 11th-century Islamic scholar. In his prominent work known as “Al Kashaf al Bayan fi Tafseer al Qur’an , ” he recorded the testimony of Imrain bin Hussain who was a close Companion of Muhammad:
“Mut’ah was revealed in the Qur’an and no verse was revealed after it, abrogating it. We practised Mut’ah during the life of Rasulullah, he never prohibited until he died , one person prohibited it based on his own view.”
Al-Thalabi was no ordinary scholar. He was awarded a high rank by the scholars of Sunni Islam. The appraisal of al- Thalabi is stated as follows in Tabaqat al Kubra, Volume 3, page 23 :
“Thalabi was the greatest scholar of his time with regards to knowledge of the Qur’an.”
What is important for sincere Muslims to take into account is that it is an indisputable fact that the adulterous practice of Mut’a was authorized on a few occasions in Islam by Allah. The undeniable proof that this extremely immoral practice had the blessing of Allah should be reason enough for us to reject this depraved religion. Islamic history shows that nothing is sacred in Islam except sex. Even on a sacred trip to Mecca to perform the lesser hajj, Muhammad permitted his men to engage in fornication:
In his Tafsir on Surah 4:24 , Fakhr al-Din al-Razi confirmed that Mut’a was authorized at the beginning of Islam. And he cited the reasons for the implementation of Mut’a during the time of Muhammad.
“Mut’ah marriage involves a man hiring a woman for a specific amount of money, for a certain period of time, to have sex with her. The scholars agree that this Mut’ah marriage was authorized in the beginning of Islam . It is reported that when the Prophet came to Mecca to perform ‘umrah, the women of Mecca dressed up and adorned themselves. The companions complained to the Prophet that they had not had sex for a long time, so he said to them: ‘Enjoy these women.’”
Since it was Allah who sanctioned Mut’a in the Qur’an, one would expect Muslims to highly esteem the women participating in it in. After all, are not these women conforming to the teachings of the Qur’an? Let us consider now the true standing of the women who engage in Mut’a and how they are viewed in Islam. This will help us understand how Islam dignifies women.
Under the subject, “Temporary Marriage in Islamic Law , ” the Shia website, Al-Islam.org states:
“Mut’a is considered a kind of ‘ rental ‘ because in general a man’s basic aim in this kind of marriage is the sexual enjoyment of a woman, and in return for his enjoyment the woman receives a certain amount of money or property. In defining ‘rental’ the jurisprudents say: ‘It is to gain possession of a benefit in exchange for a specified sum.’” “…On this point there are specified Hadith as well as the general Hadith which state that a woman who enters into mut’a is ‘ rented ‘.” (Al-Serat Volume XIII, No. 1, Chapter 2 )
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