Pearl of Wisdom

'When the preacher perishes and the master of the time deviates, when both thriving hearts and empty hearts fluctuate, when the hopeful ones will perish and those who are destined to fade away will fade away, the believers will remain, and they will be few in number, three hundred or more. The band that fought with the Prophet (SAWA) on the day of Badr will fight alongside them, neither being killed nor dying.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Ibid. v. 52, p. 137, no. 42

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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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