Muslim Hooker Marries Clients For An Hour Just To Have Sin-Free Sexual Activities

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An Arab thigh vendor is making a bucket load of money by marrying randy Muslim men for hour-long relations then divorcing them straight afterwards so they can “avoid sinning”. The Sun reported that the 25-year-old belly dancer known as Fairuza, performs the quickie service by reading a religious text in Arabic and takes the money as a “dowry”. Then once the deed is done, she lets the man divorce her from the temporary marriage – “nikah mut’ah” – arrangement. She told an undercover reporter that once the marriage is up the client must wait three months to request the service again.

“Even though we do mut’ah, you must still use a condom. I don’t do it without condom. Some people think that if you do mut’ah you don’t have to use a condom.” She said. She is believed to be one of many Muslim women now offering the guilt-free service. On a hidden escort advertising website, Fairuza boasts to have “very beautiful natural 34DD breasts” and a “very pretty face with juicy lips”.

Her Twitter account, which is thought to have recently been deleted, had more than 85,000 followers – all of which could see her raunchy topless posts. In the video she explains that some men are converting to Shia Islam to take advantage of the sin-free sex. She explains: “I did it with one Saudi who converted to Shia Islam only so he could do mut’ah. He was in London for two months. I was his wife for the two months. I lived with him and I wasn’t allowed to be with any other man. He paid very good money. He is coming back next year and we’ll do it again.

“It’s common for Arabs to do it. I’ve had a few Pakistanis ask to do it but I didn’t do it with them because they didn’t want to pay the money. “It’s not cheap. If I’m going to do it for one hour with somebody usually that person will see me again a week after because the divorce time — it’s valid for three months, then we have to do it again or we can extend it. “You can divorce me tonight, then you can renew it next time. So it’s just for the time we are together.”

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