If love, care and respect are lacking, any relationship would be in vain, and marriage is no exception.
In Islam we have a wealth of divine guidelines and wisdom to ensure Muslims succeed in building healthy families, even in today's complicated, unstable and fast changing world.
In Islam the rights and responsibilities of husband and wife are very well-defined, and so are the rights and duties of parents towards their children. The role of Islamic law in this context is to ensure that each partner gets all their rights, with both treating each other honorably with full respect. Even in case of dispute, honor and mutual respect should still govern the spouses' relationship.
This folder sheds light on the different phases a marriage goes through in Islam, starting from the initial engagement stage, and gives expert answers to questions often asked.
While there are some Muslims who do not want to get married, most young single Muslims do
* In Islam
In Islam, the family is not just a factory for the procreation of the human species, although the preservation and continuation of the race is one of its objectives
* Through Thick and Thin
Risking an entire marriage just for a moment of anger is as ridiculous as a mother crying back at her own beloved child. Tolerance is..
* Q & A on Marriage
According to Islam “Is it bad to have a love affair?” What harm does it cause to have a pre-marital love affair? And how do both of them know that it is for passing time and for having fun?