Pearl of Wisdom

in his supplication, 'So how can I ever achieve thanksgiving?! For my thanking You requires thanksgiving in itself. Whenever I say, 'To You belongs Thanksgiving Praise [Thanks]', it becomes thereby incumbent upon me to say, 'To You belongs Praise [Thanks].'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 94, p. 146, no. 21

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Question : #381 Category: Marriage - Nikkah
Subject: embracing temp marriage when in nikkah
Question: A Muslim man who is married to a Muslim woman migrated from his country. After a longthy stay in the West country, he wants to embark on temporary marriage with a woman from Ahlul Kitab just a few days after divorcing his Muslim wife.

Is this permissible for him, espeually when his Muslim wife is still in her waiting period (al idda)?
Answer: The temporary marriage mentioned in the question is considered invalid because the wife who is in the waiting period of a revocable divorce is still considered as a wife.

It has just been mentioned that to temporary marry an Ahlul Kitab woman while one has a Muslim wife is not permissible [as a matter of compulsary precaution].

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