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Aishah, may Allah be pleased with her, narrated that:

The Messenger of Allah, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: "Publicize this marriage, and hold it in the Masjid, and beat the Duff for it."

Marriage is a sacred contract and a solemn covenant, taken by each of the spouses over the other, according to which it is permissible for them to enjoy each other according to the limits set by Allah Almighty.

It is one of the natural instincts and one of the necessities of life. Through marriage the links between the families and communities become firmly established as well the lineage is preserved.

This contract should be well-known and declared among the family members, neighbors and contacts of the spouses, in order to preserve the lineage and honors of gossip.

This is why the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recommended that the families of the two spouses announce the marriage contract by the available means known in their time and in the Mosques.

This Hadith includes three correlative commandments.

The first commandment: The announcement of marriage by the legitimate means, which are many and well known. People have inherited customs in the declaration of marriage, Islam approved the good customs and denied the evil ones.

The second commandment clarifies the place where the marriage should be declared. It is the mosque where the righteous gather together in each prayer, which are the best places of the earth, as well the marriage contract is also one of the best and most honorable contracts. No wonder the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) commanded to do so for the relevant benefits.

Including: that Allah - the Almighty - bless this contract, and grants the contractors the good companionship, and increase then in affection and mercy.

There is another benefit that people hardly see, namely, that the couple - in the House of Allah – agree to stick to the honesty, sincerity and good treatment before Allah in the dearest of the places to him, they get out of the mosque covered with tranquility and reverence, and find good acceptance which they may not find if the marriage contract is done in another place.

 They will continue to remember this majestic place, in which they announced the contract, so that love is renewed and deepened between them.

Any marriage which began with the obedience to Allah, must be a source of happiness, let every one who contracted his marriage in the Mosque rejoice, all the pleasure lies in obedience to Allah.

The third commandment is that it is a matter of beating the tambourim, and it should be exclusively for the women and outside the mosques