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* nikah misyar (traveller’s/visitor’s marriage) – is a type of Sunni temporary nikah (marriage) that is ostensibly carried out with the objective of allowing a couple to engage in intercourse ‘in a permissible manner’. The husband and wife thus joined abandon several marital rights such as living together, the wife’s rights to housing and maintenance money ( nafaqa ), and the husband’s right to homekeeping and access.
Misyar has been suggested by some authors that it is for the sole purpose of “sexual gratification in a licit manner” (see; Islam and the West: The Clash Between Islamism and Secularism by Mushtaq K. Lod, pp. 58-59 and The Islamic Shield: Arab Resistance to Democratic and Religious Reforms by Elie Elhadj, p. 51).
As reported by the Saudi media outlets (for example, Arab News) themselves, the practice of nikah misyar is widespread in the fundamentalist Sunni country (1, 2). Saudi owned Al Arabiya reported that Egypt’s Grand Mufti, announced that nikah misyar is legitimate “unless banned by the state” (1).
* nikah urfi (customary marriage. Urfi (Arabic: ??????) comes from the Arabic word ‘Urf, which means custom, convention, or a customary act) – is a type of Sunni temporary nikah (marriage), to give prostitution an Islamic cover, that requires witnesses but isn’t officially registered with state authorities. Couples repeat the words, “We got married” and pledge commitment, although there are many other informal ways in which people marry `urfi. Usually a paper, stating that the two are married, is written and at least two witnesses sign it, although others may record their commitment on a cassette tape and use other forms of documentation. Many times these relationships are a way for people to have sex with each other. Nevertheless, the relationship is kept secret from family members.
In the past, it was common among the widows of soldiers who had huge pensions and they did not want to lose it by officially remarrying. Now, however, it is mostly among university students and young couples who cannot afford the high cost of marriage.
Undocumented ‘Urfi marriages are increasingly popular among Egyptian youth. The high cost of marriage forces many young couples to wait several years before they marry. Officially ‘Urfi marriages are conducted in the presence of two witnesses. However, they are not officially registered and are not legally financially binding on the man. Couples married in this way often meet in secret and avoid the expense of renting an apartment. The ‘Urfi marriage can be disastrous for the wife in legal terms. If the husband leaves her without granting her a divorce, she has no legal right to seek a divorce since ‘Urfi marriage is not registered. Her husband could remarry. The wife is in a more difficult position. If the wife remarries, she can be accused of polyandry, which is punishable by seven years in prison in Egypt, or she could remain single for the rest of her life.
A form of ‘Urfi marriage is known as zawag al-‘urfi : to give prostitution an Islamic cover, some women enter into secret marriage contracts with their summer visitors. Known in Egypt as zawag al-‘urfi , this contract is made without witnesses and typically ends in divorce by summer’s end. Similar Sunni “marriages” are widespread in the tourist hotspots, such as Tunisia and Morocco.
* nikah halala (allowed marriage) – is a type of Sunni process, to give prostitution an Islamic cover, temporary nikah (marriage), that allows for a couple to divorce three times and remarry constantly without the wife’s need to observe mandatory iddah (three monthly periods, unless she is pregnant in which case the ‘iddah lasts until she gives birth, approx. eight-nine months), a period of abstinence from marriage (and thus, sexual intercourse). The iddah is intended to prevent fornication, prostitution and give paternal certainty to any child/ren should the wife become pregnant during the (temporary) marriage contract.
* jihad al-nikah (sex jihad) – is a type of Sunni temporary nikah (marriage), to give prostitution an Islamic cover, that allows for unrelated people to engage in sexual relations, often with multiple partners at the same time. Being the newest bidah (innovation in religion), it emerged within the Wahhabi/Salafi circles from the onset of the war in Syria. Various fundamentalist Sunni preachers called upon the Sunni women to travel to Syria and Iraq and “give themselves away” to the terrorists “waging jihad against infidels”. The practice was reported not only by the Sunni terrorists, but also Arab governments themselves, such as Tunisia and Syria. Western media reported on multiple occasions, that the Sunni so called “Islamic State” executed hundreds of native girls and women because they refused to participate in this act of a sacred prostitution, thus terrorists were forced to rely on enslaved Yazidi women or Sunni volunteer women to fulfill their illicit desires.