Rules for dating in islam
Married life has been amazing and although I know y’all are going to tell me that I’m just in the honeymoon period – that’s fine! Getting married also means that I can tell you all about the nuances of Muslim ‘dating’ and marriage and relationships in general.
Keep in mind that I’m just telling you about the more cultural Muslims – but many will have conventional relationships as well.
What is the Islamic ruling for a Muslim boy and a Muslim girl, who go to the same college and they are deeply in love and want to be together? Or does Islam forbid the normal relationships we have in today’s world? Also, what if the parents of the girl have already selected another man for her to marry, but she doesn’t want him to be her husband, she wants the one who she already loves?
The romantic notions that occupy the mind of young people often have proven in most cases to be unrealistic and harmful to those involved.
We only have to look at the alarming divorce rate in the West to understand this point.
To give an example, the couple know each other for years, are intimate, live together and so on.
First of all, thank you for seeking knowledge and asking from the sources of Islam.All those stories of media and movies are not helpful to make a person comply with the teachings of Islam.MARRIAGEIslam teaches us that marriage is the finest, purest and permissible relationship that should exist between a male and female; it should be the goal that they both have in mind.Yet somehow this does not guarantee the success of the future marriage.Romance and love simply do not result in an everlasting bond between two people.
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