What islam says about love relationship
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In the Quran , the marriage relationship is described as one with "tranquility," "love" and "mercy. This metaphor is used because garments offer protection, comfort, modesty, and warmth. Above all, the Quran describes that the best garment is the "garment of God-consciousness" Muslims view marriage as the foundation of society and family life. All Muslims are advised to marry, and the Prophet Muhammad once said that "marriage is half of faith.
Unfortunately we see this western influence spreading like an illness amongst the Muslim youth. As barriers of work and study have been relaxed by parents, as they would like to see their children prosper, it has brought its evils with it. All men and women have a responsibility under the Shariah that they do not attract the other sex for whom it is unlawful to do so. The measures taken are clear and that all men and women must wear clothing, which are modest and loose. It is as much haram for a man to wear tight clothing, which would expose the shape of his bodily contours, which are haram for him to show as it is for a woman. The hijab is the head covering and the reason why this is emphasised for a woman is because her hair and head are also recognised as Awrah parts which she must cover. As for the man the best way he can protect his modesty is to lower his gaze as well as cover his body which would cause a sexual attraction.
I wasn't married to the first girl who kissed me.
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Skip to content. An Iranian woman holds up her hand, painted with henna, under a religious sentence as she prepares for a wedding ceremony in the city of Qeshm on Qeshm Island in the Persian Gulf, November 1, The sentence reads, "In the name of Allah, the Beneficent and the Merciful. Shaikh's parents are Muslim and they lived in India at the time of their wedding back in the s. He was born there too, but when he was 3, they all moved to the US.