Shia Hadith: Woman Who Does Mutah
Twice Will Become Pure


The Shia book “Mugni”, written by the esteemed Shia scholar Ali ibn Husayn ibn Babaveyh Al Qummi, contains the following narration:

From Rasool-Allah: Jibraeel told me, “Ya Muhammad, Allah said: ‘I will forgive a woman from your Ummah who has engaged in Mutah twice.’” (”Mugni”, Ali ibn Husayn ibn Babaveyh Al Qummi, see scan above)

The popular Shia website,, has included an entire book on Mutah, entitled “Narrations About the Rewards for Doing Mutah.” This book contains authentic Shia Hadith about Mutah.

In it, we find the following Shia Hadith:

A woman who lets a man do Mutah with her will have all her sins pardoned. It is narrated by Imam Baqir that the Prophet said, “When I was being taken to Heaven during the Miraj (ascension), Jibraeel met me and told me, ‘O Muhammad, Allah has promised to forgive all the sins of those women who practise Mutah.’”

و بهذا الإسناد عن أحمد بن علي كذا عن الباقر (عليه السلام) قال : قال رسول الله (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) لما أسري بي إلى السماء لحقني جبرئيل فقال يا محمد إن الله عز و جل يقول إني قد غفرت للمتمتعين من النساء


Logic tells us that any man who believes in this would then give his daughters or sisters in Mutah, in the hopes that they be forgiven and be made pure. Yet, we will not find a single Shia who debates with us that is willing to give his daughter in Mutah. This question seems crude, but perhaps it is the only way to test a man’s belief. The truth is that the Shia masses have a hard time swallowing the concept of Mutah, and they force themselves to rationalize it just so that they can hold onto the belief system they were born with. But when it comes time to “walk the walk”, few are willing to put these beliefs into action. This proves their latent disbelief. Anyone who truly believed in this Shia concept would love to give his daughters or sisters in Mutah, and yet we will never find anyone willing to do this.

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. | Email : ahlelbayt[a] | English Version