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Marriage in Islam

Marriage in Islam

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the Quran lay out the framework for the basis and objectives of marriage in Islam. In the ultimate Wisdom of Allah we are first told that both partners, man and woman, are created from the same source and that this should be paid attention to as it is one of His Signs.

Marriage from an Islamic perspective

Marriage from an Islamic perspective

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Marriage has other dimensions other than that you know There are other concepts of marriage that come to mind since Islam organizes social life in a unique way that was not applied by any other law before. solutions for each problem. Islam provided Islam legislated an honored relationship between man and woman

No Sex Outside Marriage

No Sex Outside Marriage

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Islam rejects the culture of free and unrestricted sex which reduces the fine relationship between husband and wife to something akin to a takeaway meal. It then aims to satisfy a transitory desire, instead of being the result of a rational decision to form a life-partnership.

Islam and The Forbidden Desire

Islam and The Forbidden Desire

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The world is suffering from a state of severe polarization towards different directions and counter directions.This polarization may be justified at times, but it is completely unjustified that the polarization becomes between the two human sexes (men and women), i.e. when female and male movements are established, all of which are contrary to the sex instinct that they claim to defend its rights. I wonder, what led the world to this depressing situation?!.

Conditions of a Valid Marriage in Islam

Conditions of a Valid Marriage in Islam

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Conditions of a Valid Marriage in Islam: - Both parties should approve of marriage. - The existence of a walee and his approval is a condition ofthe validity of marriage. - When both parties agree to marry, the groom should define and pay a dowry for the bride.

Marriage from an Islamic Perspective

Marriage from an Islamic Perspective

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Marriage from an Islamic Perspective: - For the Individual: a natural need to achieve stability. - For the Society: an incentive for love, mercy and altruism. - For the Humankind: a method to preserve the humankind by protection. - For all of the above: a method to achieve chastity, stability, honor and dignity.

There  are  Three  Conditions  for  the  Marriage  Contract in Islam

There are Three Conditions for the Marriage Contract in Islam

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There are Three Conditions for the Marriage Contract in Islam There are Three Conditions for the Marriage Contract in Islam:First: Both parties should be free of any obstacles that might prevent the marriage from being valid, such as their being mahrams of one another (i.e., close relatives who are permanently forbidden to marry), or where the man is a non-Muslim and the woman is a Muslim, and so on.