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Marriage in Islam

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Submitted by Someone cares (United Kingdom), Jan 24, 2009 at 19:45

This is not marriage this is prostitution.

Islam, is a strong advocate of marriage.Marriage is a religious duty and is consequently a moral safeguard as well as a social necessity. God asks people to get married to have families, working communities, and well behaved and religious cultures. God asks for merci and love in marriage and if these two conditions are not there, therefore, it is possible to divorce.

For a muslim man and woman to get married, both must have the intention to live together forever, in happiness and sadness, share everything, and have children.

In the case of allowing the man to marry more than one up till four. This is under certain conditions.

What is happening in India and other poor countries by some abnormal Arab people is not accepted by the Islam and these are against the islam rules.

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