Yesterday, Wednesday, an Egyptian citizen appeared on one of the television screens to confirm that he had married 33 times, with the intention of doing so only to do good.
The Egyptian citizen, Muhammad Al-Mallah, described himself as a “legal analyst”, as he married 33 times with the aim of returning wives to their husbands after they divorced 3 times, stressing that what he is doing is “a charitable work for the sake of God without any compensation.”
This came during Al-Mallah’s talk on the “Happening in Egypt” program broadcast on the “MBC Egypt” channel, and Muhammad Al-Mallah explained that what he was doing started when one of his co-workers suggested that he marry her friend who was divorced three times so that she would return to her husband as a humanitarian act, “I want him to do.” God’s face.”
The navigator stressed that the marriages he performs are a full-fledged marriage, and then he separates from the woman he marries to return to her first husband and the matter is over, then the matter is repeated again and he gets married at the suggestion of his friends in the same way and for the same reasons.
Al-Mallah stressed that what he does “for the sake of God is as a voluntary work without any reward for God alone, and he does not receive money in order to protect homes from ruin and the separation of husbands, and I have a Facebook page that promotes this matter,” as he put it.
For his part, Dr. Mabrouk Attia, Dr. Mabrouk Attia, Professor of Islamic Law at Al-Azhar University, denounced what Muhammad al-Mallah is doing, stressing that it is forbidden according to Sharia, as marriage in Islam is its origin and its condition is perpetuation, and their intention should be the continuation of life and not a temporary period.
Muhammad Al-Mallah concluded by saying that if the Dar Al-Iftaa reports that this work is forbidden, it will stop it, wondering at the same time, if this work is forbidden, then what is the solution to the high divorce rate.