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Umar climbed the pulpit and said during the lifetime of Rasulullah three things were halal and now I deem them haram and shall punish those that practise them. Mut’ah of Nisa , Mut’ah of Hajj and declaring “Hayya ala khayril Ammal”.
Umar said: “Two Mut’ah’s existed during Rasulullah’s lifetime and I now prohibit both of them.” (Tafseer al Kabeer, by Imam Fakhr ul-Radhi, Page 42 & 43)
If Mut’a was really prohibited by Muhammad, Caliph Umar would have quoted the Prophet’s prohibition to strengthen his own prohibition of Mut’a . Since it was only Umar who forbade this sinful practice on his own accord, he took the responsibility for declaring the prohibition. Both the Hadiths and the Tafsirs makes it clear that Caliph Umar acted on his own.
In his esteemed work, prominent Sunni Muslim Imam, Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyah , recorded the statement of Caliph Umar’s son.
Someone asked Abdullah bin Umar (about Mut’ah ) saying: ‘Your father prohibited it.’ (Ibn Umar replied): ‘Is the order of the Messenger of Allah more deserving to be followed, or the order of my father?’
Not an enemy but Umar’s own son accuses his father of forbidding something that was ordered by Allah’s Messenger. Had Muhammad prohibited Mut’a , would there be an option to choose between following the order of the Prophet and the order of Caliph Umar? Hence, when Umar prohibited Mut’a , he went against an order of Allah and Muhammad. An order that was never rescinded in the Book of Allah. An order that is still in force for Muslims even today .
Here is another testimony by a prominent Sunni Hadith Master. Al-Hafidh Jalaluddin al-Syuti was a juristic expert and one of the most prolific Arab writers of the Middle Ages. He stated the following fact concerning Caliph Umar’s prohibition of Mut’a in Tarikh al-Khulafaa, p.136 :
The Hadiths that appear to point out the prohibition of Mut’a by Muhammad must be understood in their right perspective. This is because the same Hadiths also prove that Mut’a was practiced until the era of Umar. One such Hadith that is often quoted by Sunni Muslims is found in the Hadith of Sahih Bukhari . Despite the evidences provided by both the Qur’an and the Hadith that prove that Mut’a was never abolished during the lifetime of Muhammad, Sunni Muslims still try to refute this fact by selectively quoting a Hadith out of context to show that Mut’a was banned by Muhammad during his lifetime. As we have noted, Muhammad’s prohibition of Mut’a was only temporary in nature as he himself revived it when there was a need for it. Let us now look at Sunni Muslim’s favorite Hadith and expose their deception.
Sahih Bukhari, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 527:
Narrated ‘Ali bin Abi Talib: On the day of Khaybar , Allah’s Apostle forbade the Mut’a ( temporary marriage ) and the eating of donkey meat.
Firstly, a Hadith cannot cancel the teachings of the Qur’an. Since no Qur’anic verse was revealed to cancel the initial verse that permits Mut’a , it proves that Allah did not abolish Mut’a . Secondly, according to the principles of Islam, any Hadith that contradicts the Qur’an has to be rejected. There are about 117 Hadiths by Bukhari that refers to the day of Khaybar. These Hadiths narrate three things that were banned at Khaybar: (1) Mut’a (2) Donkey meat (3) Garlic.
Sahih Bukhari, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 526:
Narrated Ibn Umar: On the day of Khaybar , Allah’s Apostle forbade the eating of garlic and the meat of donkeys.
Then how is it that Sunni Muslims are still eating garlic today? They say that Muhammad banned Mut’a on the day of Khaybar. But on the very same day he also banned the eating of garlic and donkey meat. So why do Muslims continue eating garlic ? Is it because they knew that the ban was only temporarily in force for that period of time? Can this not then be the same with Mut’a ? The answer to these questions can be found in the following Islamic source. In Sunni Muslim’s own Islamic source, “The Prophetic Biography , ” Ibn Kathir stated:
“The prohibition of the contractual marriage took place in the day of the Khaybar campaign. Yet it had been established in Sahih of Muslim that Muhammad allowed them again to (sign) a contractual marriage in the Day of Mecca’s conquest. Then he prohibited it. The Shafi’i said: ‘I do not know any other thing which was made lawful, then prohibited, then made lawful again, then unlawful except the contractual marriage, which was prohibited in the year in which Mecca was conquered, then after that it became lawful.” (Part 3, pp. 365-366)
Though Mut’a was prohibited on the day of Khaybar, it was later permitted again on the “Day of Mecca’s conquest . ” And after the battle was all over, Mut’a was again “ prohibited in the year in which Mecca was conquered … ” But the statement in the Hadith does not stop here. It continuous on: “…then after that it became lawful.” With deceit, Sunni Muslims will quote the Hadith that prohibits Mut’a at Khaybar but not the Hadith that shows that Mut’a was later permitted again in the Day of Mecca’s conquest. Then again, they will partially quote the part of the Hadith that states that Mut’a was prohibited in the year in which Mecca was conquered but not the part that says it was made lawful again. This shows that Muhammad did not ban Mut’a perpetually. Muslim apologists know this but like Allah, they too mislead the people. Can you now see the deception of these Muslim apologists?