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Misyar, a form of legal prostitution, was institutionalized in Saudi Arabia  through Fatawas by prominent Salafi Clerics. 

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the famous Muslim-Brotherhood scholar from Qatar issued a fatwa saying  "Misyar is a form of legal relationship between man and woman regardless of any description attached to it.  Read more.    

Abdulaziz bin Baz, the Chief Mufti of Saudi Arabia declared Misyar as legal. Watch the following video clip.




In April 2006, the Makka based Muslim (Salafi) World League's Constituent Body, the Islamic (Salafi) Jurisprudence Council; an affiliate of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC),  declared Misyar relationship as legal.  Read more.

Deobandi Darul Ifta, Licester, UK issued a Fatwa declaring Misyar Marriage as legal.  Read more.


MISYAR MARRIAGE (زواج المسيار)

Misyar is a new form of Marriage introduced in Saudi Arabia. It is a contract for sex between a man and a woman. As against the traditional Islamic marriage, the woman in Misyar marriage does not enjoy any rights, like housing, food, maintenance, security, etc., from her Misyar husband.  She continues to stay at her place and feeds for herself. Misyar husband is free to visit her for sex, occasionally or frequently, as per his convenience. During his visits, the woman and/or her family is naturally responsible to provide the man privacy and bed in the house for copulation (sexual intercourse).   What the woman gets in this marriage is a mutually agreed fixed amount at the time of Misyar marriage which is treated as Mehr.

Misyar women are generally not allowed to bear children. If she becomes pregnant, she is encouraged/forced to terminate her pregnancy.  If she bears a child, it is her responsibility to take care of the child all alone.  If she has children from a previous marriage, she needs to feed them on her own. 

A Saudi Marriage official, Abu Fawaz, who responded to Arab News Misyar Survey in 2005 said -  "for a Misyar marriage all you need is witnesses, dowry (mehr) and the acceptance of both parties. The woman has her own place or she continues to live with her family while the man visits her (for sex).  Most of the time man's family is in the dark about it; be it his first wife or other family members."  Read more.



Islamic Marriage is a binding-for-life between a man and a woman.  As per Islamic law, a man needs to provide food, clothing, shelter and security to his wife, in addition to a mutually agreed dowry (Mehr). He is also responsible to provide livelihood and share the responsibility of upbringing of children born out of the wedlock.  All these are treated as the rights and privileges of  the woman in an Islamic marriage.   

What are the responsibilities of women in Islamic marriage?  They are required to take care of the house, children and the welfare of the family.   In case of differences of opinions, the wife needs to abide by the opinion of her husband.  The husband is required to be considerate and affectionate towards his wife and should keep in mind her needs and wishes in every action he takes. 

Sometimes it so happens that the man becomes physically incapacitated by an accident or looses his job or is unable to take care of his responsibilities for reasons beyond his control.  In such a scenario, if the wife decides to forego her rights and instead goes to work and/or decides to use her wealth and relieves her husband from these burdens, it is allowed in Islam.  Rather it is appreciated in Muslim society. 

Some women are very generous by nature. Sometimes they relinquish their rights out of their generosity, which is also allowed in Islam. 

It is in Hadith - Ummul Momineen Aisha ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها )  reported : Never did I find any woman more loving to me than (Ummul Momineen) Sauda bint Zam'a ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها). I wished I could be exactly like her who was (so) passionate. As she became old, she had made over her day (which she had to spend) with Allah's Apostle ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) to 'A'isha ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها ). She said: I have made over my day with you to 'A'isha ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها ). So Allah's Apostle ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) allotted two days to 'A'isha ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها ), her own day (when it was her turn) and that of Sauda ( رضئ الله تعالی عنها ). (Muslim, Book 8, Hadith # 3451)

Thus, as per Islamic Marriage Law,  a woman can forego her rights in a marriage in view of compelling circumstances or generosity. These provisions are exceptions, not to be exploited by men. 

Men are not allowed to manipulate these provisions. They cannot take advantage of women vulnerabilities and poverty to push them into sexual slavery and prostitution in the name of fake marriage.



In Misyar the woman foregoes all her rights (house, security, livelihood) even before commencement of the Marriage and accept an agreed amount (prostitution fee) which is faked as Mehr.  After this fake marriage, the couple spends a few hours at  woman's place or at a secret location for copulation.  After sex, they both go to their homes. Later, the man visits the woman's place whenever he wishes for some hours, or calls her at a secret place for sex.  After copulation they go back to their respective homes. Misyar sex is continued as long as the man desires.  Once he is done with the woman, he dumps her in favor of other women acquired through Misyar.  

Women often complain that in Misyar sex, men go wild.  They demonize women and subject them to their evil sexual fantasies and often indulge in unnatural sex.  The women are treated as sex objects / sex slaves and are not allowed to get pregnant. If a Misyar woman gets pregnant, she is forced to terminate her pregnancy in unauthorized secret clinics. If she bears the child, she is  responsible for the upbringing. Women giving birth to children in Misyar sex are often not allowed to disclose the names of their biological fathers.

Salafi scholars call Misyar as Halal sex while its critiques say that Misyar is a law of animals.  To call Misyar,  a marriage is to degrade the sanctity of what marriage stands for in the eyes of Allah ( سبحانه و تعا لی ).  


Arab News reported on October 12, 2014 that Misyar is a widespread social reality in Saudi Arabia as 7 out of 10 marriages in Saudi Arabia are based on Misyar. Read more.

The above are official figures. It is a known fact that majority of Misyar fake marriages are not reported for obvious reasons. These appalling statistics show that over 90% of Saudi women are currently being forced into Government sponsored prostitution in the name of Misyar.  Read more.

The moral bankruptcy of Saudi Salafi society is pathetic.  Misyar is a Pagan practice reintroduced in Salafi society.  The situation is so bad that, according to the official estimates reported in Saudi newspapers, the real marriage has become a rarity in Saudi Arabia.  Read more.

It is reported that majority of Saudi men are not inclined to marry women for life as they are very comfortable with part time sex with several women at a time in the name of Misyar. Every Saudi home is now a Misyar sex destination. It is reported that average Saudi parents are pimping their daughters into prostitution in the name of Misyar and they collect the Prostitution Fee as Mehr.   Read more.

The poor daughters are becoming the victims of several sex maniacs, one after the other, in the hope that someone among them will keep them for life. Allahu Akbar.

The Salafis have pushed their entire women folk into sex slavery. This kind of sex slavery was the order of the day among Pagans before the advent of Prophet Mohammad ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ).  The Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم ) had pulled them out of this slavery.   Alas, they have gone back to their Paganism once again.

The Institution of Marriage has been destroyed completely in Saudi Arabia. Women are demonized in the name of Misyar. When a Saudi enslaves a woman in the name of Misyar, someone else enslaves his sister or mother through Misyar.  Misyar sex does not end with one man or one woman.  Taking advantage of the secrecy, it is reported that Saudi men and women clandestinely enter into several Misyar marriages at a time.  Meaning, a woman gives sex appointment to her Misyar partner and after he finishes, the other Misyar partner comes to have sex with her, and so on. Similarly, men visit several women for Misyar sex.  All this is considered as Halal in Saudi society.  Men do not inform women that they have other Misyar partners.  Similarly, women do not disclose that they also have other Misyar partners. Even if they come to know about it, they keep it cool as the purpose of Misyar is nothing but sexual gratification and they are not serious about their relationships. Thanks to Bluetooth technology, user-friendly Misyar websites and abundance of furnished apartments in cities and towns in Saudi Arabia, there are un-printable Misyar tales of these part-time Misyar partners all over Saudi Arabia. Read more.   

For Salafi women, Misyar is a condemnation for life.  They have been reduced into sex objects to be used by their men folk as disposable wipes.  More than 90% of Saudi families are suffering from this curse imposed on them by the evil scholars appointed by their Government. Misyar epidemic has gradually spread among the followers of Salafism all over the world.



Saudi Gazette reported on December 2, 2015 that  AIDS Virus is on the rise in Saudi Arabia and GCC countries. 95% of Saudi women diagnosed with aids are reported to have acquired this disease from men through sex.  Sanaa Filimban, AIDS program director in the Ministry of Health said, it was a shock to these  women. The Ministry has set up 48 centers for AIDS checkup in the Kingdom and an intensive AIDs awareness campaign is undertaken to educate people to refrain from unprotected and unnatural sex with multiple sex partners.  Read more. 


ARAB NEWS conducted a survey on Misyar and reported their findings in June 2005.   Most of the women respondents called Misyar as “legal prostitution”. Many parents and children of Misyar wives stated that they felt the woman as being sold into sex slavery.  Many Parents stated that the only reason they accepted the situation was in recognition of their daughters as adult women with their own needs and their right to respond to such needs. "I begged my divorced daughter not to marry an evil man who proposed a Misyar marriage," said Abu Fahda. "At the end, I gave in, because I didn’t want to be the reason for her having an illicit relationship with that man. I’m an adult, and I know she has her needs, but I’d be lying if I say that I have any respect for this stranger who often comes to my house to have sex with my daughter.  I have trouble even to look at my daughter in her face.  It is such a shame for me to see my daughter having sex with this man right in my home" he said. "My neighbor’s niece was married misyarically for a while, and when the husband was done with her,  he just dumped her - just like that."

Abu Fahda’s grandchildren share his sadness and shame. "I don’t know who this man is - this man who comes to our house and spends time with my mother alone," said the 6-year-old boy. "He’s not my father, and he can’t be her husband either,  because fathers and husbands live with their families and share the responsibilities."

A Saudi Marriage Official, Abu Zaid said, Misyar is a temporary solution for lust. Some women think that Misyar is for their benefit when in fact, in the long run, they pay the heavy price, emotionally, financially and socially. A woman involved in Misyar relationship cannot expect to be married ever in her life again and spend a honorable life. She will have to continue with several men misyarically, one after the other."

Responding to the survey, a Saudi University Professor said  - “Years ago in college, I overheard one of my son’s friends talking about marriage and girls, and he asked ‘why buy the cow when the milk is free?" They were talking about Prostitutes.  "With Misyar we have legalized this phenomenon in reverse -  why buy the milk when the cow is free?"  The Professor questioned,  are we a civilized nation?  Read more.


Salafis have introduced Misyar in their society by misinterpreting the provisions of Islamic law related to marriage. Their example is identical to the Jews during the time of  Dawood ( عليه السلام ).



During the time of Prophet Musa (عليه السلام),  Jews were commanded to dedicate every Saturday for worship.  They were asked to stay away from routine business/leisure activities on that day every week. This was known as Sabbath.  

During the time of Dawood ( عليه السلام )  there was a Jewish tribe who lived at the Seaport 'Ela', at Red Sea.  The people of Ela were mostly fishermen. They were not comfortable with the divine command of staying away from worldly activities on Sabbath (Saturday) as the fishes used to appear in large numbers on the surface of water on Saturday and disappear the following day (Sunday).  In it, it was a test from their Lord.  They broke their pledge and their covenant to observe the sanctity of Sabbath in such a way that on the face of it their actions should look in conformity with the divine command.  To sidetrack this law, they hatched a plan. They dug trenches and canals on the beaches to divert fish from the sea.  On Friday night the canals were opened to allow the  fish to gather in the trenches. They also placed nets and ropes for this purpose.  The trenches were closed early Saturday night,  trapping the  fish from going back into the sea. They would then catch the trapped  fish the same night.  They claimed that they were not breaking the law as they were spending Saturday in worship. The Jews' action was a clear cut transgression and deceit in the eyes of Allah ( سبحانه و تعا لی ) as they were intentionally sidetracking the law. Their evil deed and deceit appeared lawful on the surface, but in reality they were wicked. They should have had faith in Lord to provide them sustenance on other days of the week instead of sidetracking with divine commandments.  When they continued doing so in spite of warnings, they were subjected to Allah's wrath.  They were transformed into Apes.

It is in Quran -  وَلَقَدْ عَلِمْتُمُ الَّذِينَ اعْتَدَوْا مِنكُمْ فِي السَّبْتِ فَقُلْنَا لَهُمْ كُونُوا قِرَدَةً خَاسِئِينَ - فَجَعَلْنَاهَا نَكَالًا لِّمَا بَيْنَ يَدَيْهَا وَمَا خَلْفَهَا وَمَوْعِظَةً لِّلْمُتَّقِينَ [And indeed you know of those amongst you (Jews) who transgressed on the Sabbath, so We said to them, "Become apes, despised and spurned!" And We made it a lesson for (for the people of) their own times and those who came after them and a guidance for those who guard against evil.]  (Al-Baqara : 65-66)


Something similar is now claimed by Salafis while they have broken the sanctity of the Islamic Marriage.  Salafis are playing the same game like the Jews of Prophet Dawood ( عليه السلامtime.  On the surface it looks they are abiding by the Islamic Marriage law. But their intentions are wicked.  Indeed it is a transgression and mockery of the Islamic law.  With the introduction of a phony marriage in their society, they have pushed their entire women folk into prostitution. What will happen to Salafis, Ikhwan, Deobandis and their like minded groups who believe in the legality of Misyar,  is anybody's guess.



Shia practice of Muta is identical with Salafi practice of Misyar. In Muta (pleasure sex), the man and woman fix a time to end their sexual relations.  In Misyar (visitors sex), they do not fix a time to end their sexual relationship.  However Misyar sex relationship is ended by a fake divorce within a few weeks to a few months time. 



(i) Legalized Prostitution in Saudi Arabia

(ii) Saudi Sex Slave Trade

(iii) Salafi Sex Tourism