Shia Match or Match Shia is a virtual platform to help you to connect with other like-minded Shia Muslims globally, who are looking for soul mate. It's an opportunity where you can meet someone with whom you can spend rest of your life together.
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Swipe > Match > Chat > Marriage. Using Shia Match is easy and fun--Swipe Right to show interest in someone, Swipe Left to pass. If someone likes you back, It's a Match! We invented the double opt-in so that two people will only match when there's a mutual interest. No stress. No rejection. Just swipe, match, and chat online with your matches, then step away from your phone, catch up in the real world and start preparations for to get married.
Future > Find a partner for Nikkah e Mut'tah , Nikah e Mutah also known as Mutah, al mut'ah, muttah
Reference(s) about Nikah e Mutah:
On the topic of Mut'ah, differences have arisen amongst the Sahaba, and the Ahl'ul Hadith, and they deemed Mut'ah to be permissible, since Mut'ah under the Shari'ah was practiced and this is proven, and as evidence of permissibility they cite verse 24 of Surah Nisa as proof. The practice of Mut'ah is definite and there is ijma (consensus) on this and you can not refute definite proof by using logic.
Hadiths also record the use of nikah mut'ah during the time of Abu Bakr, a caliph and sahabi. Later, in 16 AH (637 CE), Umar, also a caliph and sahabi, prohibited mut'ah. We (Shias) allege Umar's prohibiting nikah mut'ah was an incident of challenge to Prophet Mohammad.