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"Marry those among you who are spouseless and the virtuous among your male and female slaves (thereby freeing them), if they are poor, Allah will enrich them of His bounty; Allah is Embracing, Knowing. " (24.32)


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For single Muslims, finding the right marriage partner can be a difficult road depending on your circumstances. Especially in communities where the opposite sex is few and far between. Below are some tips and suggestions you can follow that will help.
Remember, as a Muslim, you don't "date" as they do in other cultures. Your purpose is to meet a partner for life and complete half your faith through marriage. In Islam, marriage is looked at very favorably by Allah, and is considered a form of worship. Your purity will go a long way towards helping you find someone to share your life with.
As it says in the Quran,

"Say to the believing men that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty: that will make for greater purity for them: and Allah is well acquainted with all that they do."
The most difficult piece of advice is also the most practical. The right person isn't going to magically appear the minute you start looking, so remember to take your time when examining potential partners.
For Muslim men this is a must. While you are allowed to be somewhat more relaxed, remember that Muslim women are generally looking for husband material. Be nice, respectful and listen to her every word. Showing respect even if the meeting is not going well or you feel that she may not be the one for you is still vitally important.
Parents have the experience and wisdom that comes through being in a long-term relationship. You can gather vital clues as to what you should look for. And in many cases, they may know of someone your age that you can meet with.

Muslim marriage as in other faiths is a sacred institution. It is a moral contract binding between a Muslim man and a Muslim woman. Muslim marriages are performed according to the laws of the Islamic Shariah. Islamic marriages are generally arranged marriages by the parents. The proposal for marriage is made by the girl's parents to the guy and once with the acceptance from both the sides the ceremony of engagement is made which is further followed by the marriage. The Islamic marriage is solemnized by a priest who takes the consent of both the bride and the groom for the marriage. The bride and the groom's consent is followed by signing of the marriage proposal by the bride, the groom and the witnesses. The Koran or the holy book is placed between them and they are made to see each other through a mirror. The Islamic marriage ceremony is celebrated with the distribution of dates and sweets and with a grand feast. In an Islamic marriage premarital intimacy is strictly not permitted. According to the religion of Islam a Muslim marriage is the foundation upon which an Islamic society is built.
Muslim marriage is characterized by offering of the dowry by a Muslim man to his spouse. The main purpose is to safeguard the economic status of the Muslim women in case of any unto do incidents. The dowry or the mahr can be paid before or after the marriage and with the failure of the payment of dowry the Muslim marriage becomes invalidated. The Muslim marriages insist on the husband supporting his spouse financially and therefore it is the duty of the husband to support and protect his wife. The Muslim marriage rules also insist that the husband should make sure that both his wife and children have access to the religious Islamic materials.
One major difference between Islam and other religion is the practise of polygamy, the Muslim men are allowed to marry up to four wives as long as he can support and protect them. Muslom women however are not allowed to marry more than one man. The religion of Islam does not permit homosexuality. It allows the marriage of a Muslim man to a Jewish or a Christian woman. Though the Islamic law permit's the marriage of Christian or a Jewish woman to a Muslim male it does not permit them to have the inheritance of their spouse unless it is conferred by the Muslim man on their Jewish or Christian spouses.
Islamic religion lays down strict marriage regulations as marriage and family are the building blocks of Islamic society. The moral contract between the husband and wife in Islam is bound by certain rules and regulations. Islam clearly defines the role of a husband in a family as well as that of a wife's duty. It is the healthy family life which would form the basis of healthy off springs. This further would lead to the growth of a strong Islamic society. The ultimate aim being the growth of the religion with staunch followers of Islam and Muslim marriage is a really a formatted institution.
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This portal is intended for Muslims, and Non-Muslims who are sincere in their intention to convert to Islam und are looking for a Muslim spouse who is able to take on the responsibility of explaining the Islam religion in order to strenghten the faith.
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