Rishta Muslim Matrimonial

Rishta Muslim Matrimonial

Rishta Muslim Matrimonial

In most Islamic societies and communities, it is not common for young people to actively seek a mate for themselves by following modern and western customs such as Matrimony. Young Muslim men and women are encouraged to marry as soon as possible, as the family is considered the foundation of Islamic society. According to traditional Islamic law, women and men are not yet free to mingle, resulting in a more drawn-out and deliberate process.

The amount of choice and acceptance involved in choosing a marriage partner often depends on the class and educational status of the family. Some important characteristics in choosing a worthy partner are trust and correctness.

Qur'an chapter 33 verse 35 refers to these signs as "For Muslim men and women, for men and women, for true men and women, for men and women who are patient and for men and women who protect their chastity, and for men and for women who are praising Allah, Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward.

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'Forced' marriage, where consent has not been given by the bride, or is only given under excessive coercion, is considered illegal in all schools of Islamic law. Forced marriage is absolutely and expressly prohibited.

Since traditional Muslim societies are generally religiously homogeneous, it is much easier for individuals to find socially acceptable partners by traditional means. Families, friends, and services are employed in these communities to assist people in finding significant others.

However, in non-Muslim countries such as the United States, there is no universal way to make matchmaking or find a life partner. These Muslims must use alternative methods to find a mate that closely emulates the traditional process.

Muslims in non-Islamic countries such as the United States use Islamic institutions or imams to help them find partners.

Islamic institutions such as ISNA (Islamic Society of North America), NOI (Nation of Islam), ICNA (Islamic Circle of North America), and MANA (Muslim Alliance of North America), allow individuals to meet others at annual conferences.
The Imam is also an important source in these Muslim communities. For anyone who values ​​religious piety in a partner and does not have a Muslim social network, the Imam is a valuable source of guidance.