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Posted on 4/24/2017 in Marriage
Your Intentions for Marriage

Your Intentions for Marriage

Sure, all Muslims get married as prescribed by Islam but how many of us get married for the rights reasons? More than the act of marriage Allah is concerned with the intentions with which a Muslim woman and a Muslim man enter into marriage. Since Allah has made the relationship of marriage the most loved of all, it is obvious that the most important reason for entering marriage is to get Allah’s blessings.

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Posted on 4/24/2017 in Marriage
Making Marriages Work

Making Marriages Work

Allah has made marriage one of the most loved relationships in Islam and also the most important. Such is the love of marriage in the eyes of Allah that He has mentioned divorce between a Muslim man and a Muslim woman the most disliked of all the halal things. Just like we are eager to please our parents by doing what they like so we must we be the same towards Allah as well.

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Posted on 4/23/2017 in Marriage
Marriage in Movies Vs Marriage in Real

Marriage in Movies Vs Marriage in Real

Entertainment has always taken us by storm be it television shows, places of outings or movies. We all want to see and experience something that will make us feel awesome. And that is why the entertainment industry is a multi-million dollar one; because it appeals to the need for people to see a perfect world outside when they are going through imperfections in life.

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Posted on 4/21/2017 in Marriage
Strength in struggles of Marriage

Strength in struggles of Marriage

Just like all relationships, marriage too is not a bed of roses. Infact, marriage is much more difficult a relationship to maintain than most relationships because it always two completely different people with different upbringings come together and try to live together for the rest of their lives. That is why Allah has the relationship in such high regard because He Subhanwatallah knows that it would be hard. And that is the reason that Allah has asked us to show strength when you cane struggles in marriage.

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Posted on 4/21/2017 in Marriage
Fight for your Marriage

Fight for your Marriage

The Messenger of Allah Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) said, "There is no foundation that has been built in Islam more loved by Allah, (The Greatest and Noblest) than marriage." We all know that marriage in Islam is a blessed commitment and which brings about the love of Allah towards both the Muslim woman and the Muslim man who enter into it.

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Posted on 4/17/2017 in Marriage
Despair and Desperation about Marriage

Despair and Desperation about Marriage

Marriage is no doubt a very important institution in the eyes of Allah and is extremely encouraged in the religion of Islam, the proof being Allah mentioning it a number of times in the Quran in the form of the relationship between a Muslim husband and a Muslim wife.

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Posted on 3/11/2017 in Marriage
Sunnah of Marital Relationships

Sunnah of Marital Relationships

If we begin to list down the Sunnah of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in terms of how he lived his marital relationships, the list would never end. His life is a complete guide for all of us to live our marriages and is the perfect example of a great Islamic marriage.

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Posted on 3/9/2017 in Marriage
Islamic Parents and Marriage

Islamic Parents and Marriage

In Islam Allah has given considerable importance to parents in taking decisions for their children. Whereas in the west children are out of their parents zone as soon as they turn 18, Islam has a much more intelligent approach to the rearing of children. Islam teaches respect, love and honouring of parents “just as they took care of you when you were young” says Allah in the Quran.

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Posted on 3/9/2017 in Marriage
Family Vs Marriage

Family Vs Marriage

Family is very important in Islam. So is the relationship of marriage. Infact marriage is what makes families. Yet the irony of the whole situation is that people in our society give their spouses greater importance than their families, the ones they grew up with. In Islam we are strictly asked to keep a balance between family members and your spouse.

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Posted on 3/9/2017 in Marriage
Age Factor In Muslim Marriages

Age Factor In Muslim Marriages

Islam encourages Muslims to get married as soon as possible after reaching the age of puberty. Allah has expressly asked us in the Quran to marry when we are young so that we can stay away from all forms of evil which come from not being married legally i.e.: adultery etc. However, to get married one must also be in a position to support their family.

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