Dating before marriage in islam
Muslims take very seriously the decision of whom to marry.When it's time for a final decision, Muslims seek guidance from Allah and Islamic teachings and advice from other knowledgeable people.Islam is a practical faith and offers avenues for those who find difficulty in their marriage.The Quran is very clear on the subject of couples partnered in Islamic marriage: As with every religion, Islamic marriage is referred to by and in its own terms.
Islamic marriage begins with a search for an appropriate partner and is solemnized with an agreement of marriage, the contract, and the wedding party.
When searching for a spouse, Muslims often involve an extended network of friends and family.
Conflict arises when parents don't approve of the child's choice, or parents and children have different expectations.
In Islamic marriage, a couple makes obeying Allah the focus of their relationship: The couple must remember that they are brothers and sisters in Islam, and all of the rights and duties of Islam also apply to their marriage.
After all the prayers, planning and festivities, sometimes the life of a married couple doesn't turn out the way it should.