Modern Muslim marriage

finding the right match and making your marriage succeed / Suzy S. Ismail ; spiritual commentary by Yasmin Mogahed ; religious commentary by imam Sohaib Sultan ; theoretical commentary by Anas Coburn ; practical commentary by Munira Lecovik Ezzeldine
  • 0.81 MB
  • English
amana publications , Beltsville, Md
Marriage, Islam, Domestic relations (Islamic law), Husband and wife, Marriage (Islamic
ContributionsMogahed, Yasmin, Sultan, Sohaib, Coburn, Anas, Ezzeldine, Munira Lekovic"
LC ClassificationsHQ525.I8 I833 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25376792M
ISBN 139781590080719
LC Control Number2012026179

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Drawing on Islamic sources of the Qur'an and Sunnah the author discusses the main emotional, social and sexual problems that can afflict relationships, suggesting many practical ways in which they can be resolved/5. Suzy Ismail Paperback Finding the Right Match and Making Your Marriage Succeed Contents: Mission - Marriage Knowing Your Deen Knowing Yourself Pray, Choose, Love Knowing Your Spouse Marriage, Dysfunction, and the Family Intimacy Issues Resolving Conflict Third Party Reservations The Twilight Years On.

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The Muslim Marriage Guide: Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood. Source: [email protected] 5 arm muscles to make up for the lack of legs. It can be done-but it is a miserable and long process. Married life brings its pressures, but it can also wide the kind of relaxation that. She is the author of many books including "Modern Muslim Marriage," "9 to 5," "When Muslim Marriage Fails," and several other works.

She specializes in educating and empowering women, youth, and vulnerable populations by presenting a range of workshops, lectures, programs, diversity seminars, and corporate trainings both nationally and internationally.

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This book will give you a realistic and practical approach to a decent Muslim marriage, living in modern times, and in a non-Muslim society. I think this book is long overdue, and finally sheds light on the female perspective of a healthy marriage.

--By ayesha akhtar on Ap Reviews: Islam teaches that marriage is ‘half of religion’. Because it fulfills so many basic needs of individuals and of society, it is the cornerstone upon which the whole Muslim life is built.

Marriage in the modern. Modern Muslim Marriage: Finding The Right Match And Making Your Marriage Succeed View larger image By: Sohaib Sultan and Suzy Ismail and Yasmin Mogahed and Anas Coburn and Munira EzzeldinePages: 1. Introduction. In its scoping exercise, the Law Commission for England and Wales defined ‘religious-only’ marriages as a marriage ‘formed by a religious ceremony not recognized as legally valid’.

1 This form of marriage is most often portrayed in current literature as synonymous with Muslim marriage practices and is described as a burgeoning trend.

2 ‘Unregistered’ 3 Muslim. The preacher’s eyes are inspecting a small patch of skin on my chest, the part near my collarbones, slightly uncovered and peeking through my three winter layers. His gaze fixated on this skin, he does not see me.

He has brochures lined up on a table about the Prophet’s truth, modern Islam today, the religion of peace. In Islam, marriage is considered both a social agreement and a legal contract. In modern times, the marriage contract is signed in the presence of an Islamic judge, imam, or trusted community elder who is familiar with Islamic process of signing the contract is usually a private affair, involving only the immediate families of the bride and groom.

Terminology. In Islamic law, marriage – or more specifically, the marriage contract – is called nikah, an Arabic word whose original literal meaning was "sexual intercourse", but which already in the Quran is used exclusively to refer to the contract of marriage.

In the Wehr-Cowan Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, nikah is defined as "marriage; marriage contract; matrimony, wedlock".

The Muslim Marriage Guide By Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood Paperback pages ISBN: Publisher: Quilliam press About The Book This highly prized book fills the need as a guide for Muslim couples, married or planning marriage. The book draws on authentic Islamic sources to discuss the main emotional, social and sexual problems that can afflict relationships, suggesting.

In book: Islam, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism. In Islam, marriage is not con sidered a sacrosanct union as in Christianity or.

modern Islamic legislation. Graham and Trotman, London. In Modern Muslim Marriage, Suzy Ismail, a devout Muslim and a brilliant thinker and writer, shows that such vital resources are present in Islam. Hers is a book to be read by young Muslims contemplating marriage, and by parents and grandparents who wish to help them build marriages that are loving and solid enough to weather the storms.".

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With a wealth of experience and a warm sympathetic tone, the author Shaykh Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera. Muslim marriage and Islamic wedding customs are traditions and practices that relate to wedding ceremonies and marriage rituals prevailing within the Muslim gh Islamic marriage customs and relations vary depending on country of origin and government regulations, both Muslim men and women from around the world are guided by Islamic laws and practices specified in the Quran.

Over the last several decades the Islamic religious movement has steadily gained importance in the Muslim world, manifesting the desire to modify existing institutions so that they conform to the values of traditional Islamic culture.

This new book examines the application of such values to modern finance: Islamic banking. By Whitney Teal J 1. If you’ve ever wondered why men and women sit separately or why a couple might consult an astrologer before setting a wedding date, read this.

The Visual Artistry Co. A Muslim marriage ceremony is a symbolic and solemn religious event between two people of Islam faith. Islam is the second largest religion in the world, with nearly a quarter of people. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. A marriage in Islam must be between opposite-sex partners who are not too closely related to each other. Muslim men are permitted to choose wives from among fellow believers or from among other “people of the book”: Christians and Jews. Women are expected to.

The only requirement for Muslim weddings is the signing of a marriage contract. Marriage traditions differ depending on culture, Islamic sect and observance of gender separation rules. Most marriages are not held in mosques, and men and women remain separate during the ceremony and reception.

Since Islam sanctions no official clergy, any Muslim. Raheem’s novel follows Leila, a Muslim-American woman whose parents give her a three-month ultimatum to find the right husband before they take matters into their own hands.

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The Muslim view of marriage focuses more on the institution as a social contract, rather than a romantic partnership. Therefore, Muslims should choose a spouse based on moral character and religious devotion, rather than good looks or prestige.

People entering a first marriage are expected to be virgins, but celibacy within marriage is discouraged.

Islamic faith marriages are not valid under English law, the court of appeal has ruled, in a blow to thousands of Muslim women who have no rights when it comes to divorce. In Islam, marriage is a social and legal relationship intended to strengthen and extend family c marriage begins with a search for an appropriate partner and is solemnized with an agreement of marriage, the contract, and the wedding is a strong advocate of marriage, and the act of marriage is considered a religious duty through which the social unit—the.

This book is distinctive in its responsiveness to calls for new approaches in Islamic feminist theology, its use of themethod of comparative theology, its focus on Muslim and Christian feminist theology in comparative analysis, and its constructive articulation of Muslima theological perspectives.Solving the Marriage Crisis in the Muslim Community Febru Saud Inam Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality!If a woman is Muslim but is not religiously committed and of good character, then the Muslim is not encouraged to marry her, because marriage is not simply the matter of physical enjoyment only, rather it is the matter of Allaah’s rights and the spouse’s rights, and preserving his household, his honour and his wealth, and bringing up his.