Courtship and Dating in Islam
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 · Islam is strict when it comes to love and marriage. Myself, and a lot of other observant Muslim women have decided to marry within the faith, and abide by its principles. If we wanted to just date, hook up, or play the field, we could have signed up for Tinder. But we choose the marriage-based Muslim platforms because we choose to remain.  · "Dating" as it is currently practiced in much of the world does not exist among Muslims. Young Islamic men and women (or boys and girls) do not enter into one-on-one intimate relationships, spending time alone together and "getting to know one another" in a very deep way as a precursor to selecting a marital partner. Rather, in Islamic culture, pre-marital relationships of any kind between. There are six primary beliefs in Islam: Belief in the angels Belief in Allah, the only God Belief in holy books that all of the prophets received Belief in the prophets that God sent Belief in life after death and the Day of Judgment Belief in divine decree.

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 · Islam is strict when it comes to love and marriage. Myself, and a lot of other observant Muslim women have decided to marry within the faith, and abide by its principles. If we wanted to just date, hook up, or play the field, we could have signed up for Tinder. But we choose the marriage-based Muslim platforms because we choose to remain. When I decided that it was theoretically OK for me to date a non-Muslim, I realized that the assumption that women weren’t able to was only based on the idea that [Muslims] were better men, but I don’t think they are anymore. It’s the opposite. I don’t think that in comparison to other men, that it’s ‘safer’ for a Muslim woman to be with a Muslim man. But considering all of this. There are six primary beliefs in Islam: Belief in the angels Belief in Allah, the only God Belief in holy books that all of the prophets received Belief in the prophets that God sent Belief in life after death and the Day of Judgment Belief in divine decree.

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 · Islam is strict when it comes to love and marriage. Myself, and a lot of other observant Muslim women have decided to marry within the faith, and abide by its principles. If we wanted to just date, hook up, or play the field, we could have signed up for Tinder. But we choose the marriage-based Muslim platforms because we choose to remain. When I decided that it was theoretically OK for me to date a non-Muslim, I realized that the assumption that women weren’t able to was only based on the idea that [Muslims] were better men, but I don’t think they are anymore. It’s the opposite. I don’t think that in comparison to other men, that it’s ‘safer’ for a Muslim woman to be with a Muslim man. But considering all of this.  · "Dating" as it is currently practiced in much of the world does not exist among Muslims. Young Islamic men and women (or boys and girls) do not enter into one-on-one intimate relationships, spending time alone together and "getting to know one another" in a very deep way as a precursor to selecting a marital partner. Rather, in Islamic culture, pre-marital relationships of any kind between.

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 · Islam is strict when it comes to love and marriage. Myself, and a lot of other observant Muslim women have decided to marry within the faith, and abide by its principles. If we wanted to just date, hook up, or play the field, we could have signed up for Tinder. But we choose the marriage-based Muslim platforms because we choose to remain. When I decided that it was theoretically OK for me to date a non-Muslim, I realized that the assumption that women weren’t able to was only based on the idea that [Muslims] were better men, but I don’t think they are anymore. It’s the opposite. I don’t think that in comparison to other men, that it’s ‘safer’ for a Muslim woman to be with a Muslim man. But considering all of this. There are six primary beliefs in Islam: Belief in the angels Belief in Allah, the only God Belief in holy books that all of the prophets received Belief in the prophets that God sent Belief in life after death and the Day of Judgment Belief in divine decree.

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 · Islam is strict when it comes to love and marriage. Myself, and a lot of other observant Muslim women have decided to marry within the faith, and abide by its principles. If we wanted to just date, hook up, or play the field, we could have signed up for Tinder. But we choose the marriage-based Muslim platforms because we choose to remain. When I decided that it was theoretically OK for me to date a non-Muslim, I realized that the assumption that women weren’t able to was only based on the idea that [Muslims] were better men, but I don’t think they are anymore. It’s the opposite. I don’t think that in comparison to other men, that it’s ‘safer’ for a Muslim woman to be with a Muslim man. But considering all of this. There are six primary beliefs in Islam: Belief in the angels Belief in Allah, the only God Belief in holy books that all of the prophets received Belief in the prophets that God sent Belief in life after death and the Day of Judgment Belief in divine decree.