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Marriage from an Islamic perspective
The conditions of a Marriage contract in Islam:
The world is suffering from a state of severe polarization towards different directions and counter directions.This polarization may be justified at times, but it is completely unjustified that the polarization becomes between the two human sexes (men and women), i.e. when female and male movements are established, all of which are contrary to the sex instinct that they claim to defend its rights. I wonder, what led the world to this depressing situation?!
The Prophet Muhammad imparted wisdom and guidance on faith, works, testimony, prayer, fasting, charity, marriage, and finance
The Prophet had beautiful relationships with everyone, and invested in them. Invest in yours, make it a priority. Trying hard for a long time doesn't mean you've been trying the RIGHT or BEST things for your marriage.
Marriage in Islam: what hers is hers and what's yours is hers! Tell me, how can you say that Islam gives no rights?
1400 years ago, Islam gave women the right to choose husbands, keep their family names, and inherit, when European women couldn't
Muhammad was an orphan who could not read or write, got married at 25, became a prophet at 40, and died at 63
"Disrespectful" speech towards a spouse: let it be defined by your heart and your awareness of Allah in your marriage. Regardless of what your husband does or doesn't do - remember you stand alone on the Day of Judgment. Learn more about the family in Islam here...
In this episode from the Deenshow, Dr. Muhammad Rida Bashir discusses how to have a blissful marriage in Islam through the following points: conflict resolution, avoiding combative communication, alarming statistics of divorce, real issues such as "My wife talks to much," "My husband is never home," "We do not spend any time together," and so on.
It is a message to every Muslim to follow the Prophet as an example of what a husband should be. In addition, it explains to the non-Muslims how the prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him treated women.