Muta

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Muta dinê İslami de mısılmanan miyan de hetê Şıiyan de cêniye u camêrd yenê pê, peredayış u -gırewtışi ra piya mare bırnenê.[1][2][3][4] İran u dewletanê İslamiyan de teberê zeweci de sekskerdış yesax vêniyeno, ceza zi esta o sebeb ra merdımi nêşenê seks kerê. Coka zi merdımi semedê sekskerdışi muta kenê.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Mısılmanan miyan de hetê Sunniyan de muta zey zeweci teber de seks guna vêniyena, heram qebul bena. Muta hetê Şıiyan de zi serbesta.

Referansi[bıvurne | çımeyi bıvurne]

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