(Withdrawl of the penis from the vagina at the time of ejaculation with the purpose of avoiding impregnation. This can be done only with the permission of one's wife).
It is allowed for a Muslim man to practise coitus interruptus with his wife. There are several hadīth about this:
First: On the authority of Jābir who said: "We were practising coitus interruptus, and the Qurān was being revealed." [al-Bukhārī and Muslim]. In another version, he sa: "We used to practise coitus interruptus in the lifetime of the Prophet. This reached the Prophet, and he did not prohibit us from doing it." id [Muslim, an-Nasā'ī and at-Tirmidhī].
Second: On the authority of Abu Sa'īd al-Khudhriy, who said:
|"A man came to the Prophet and said: "I have a young girl (right-hand possession), and I practise coitus interruptus with her. I want that which men want, but the Jews claim that coitus interruptus is minor infanticide." The Prophet said: "The Jews have lied, the Jews have lied. If Allāh wished to create a child, you would not be able to prevent it." [An-Nāsā'ī in al-'Ishrah: Abu Dawūd and others: Sahīh].|
Third: On the authority of Jābir, a man came to the Prophet and said:
|"I have a slave girl who serves us and waters our date trees. Sometimes I go to her, but I dislike that she should become pregnant by me". The Prophet said: "use coitus interruptus if you like, but whatever has been ordained for her will come." After some time, the man again came to the Prophet and said: "She has become pregnant!" The Prophettold him: "I told you that whatever has been ordained for her will come." [Muslim, Abu Dawūd and others].|