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mkasi , Kenya - wrote on 9/10/2005 3:18:28 AM
Comment:mashallah a very great article and i have gain a lot.
, - wrote on 9/9/2005 1:32:22 PM
Comment:This has to be brought in picture to the whole MUSLIM community who have closed thr eyes and dont want to see/accept the fact.
Debbie, Australia - wrote on 8/22/2005 9:59:45 PM
Comment:What a beautiful article thank you! If only evrybody in our society could realise the importance of loving your partner in such a way.
M. Iqbal, Canada - wrote on 4/5/2005 4:31:59 PM
Comment:Very revealing article. Uncovers many stereotypes about the institution of marriage in islam. The author also did a good job in dealing with the several contentious issues in gender relations, such as the equality debate, male chauvinism, women lib., etc. I think a clear vision and foresight like this is needed for a better understanding of Islam around the world.
"Umm Hani", Canada - wrote on 4/3/2005 10:49:47 AM
Comment:salamu alaikum(peace be upon you)Alhamduli'Allah(Praise to Allah)...awesome. For those of you who found this insightful and amazing, it's just a tatse of the wisdom and knowledge in Islam. So little do we know, so little do we know, so little do we know. jazaky'Allahu khair(may Allah reward you with good.)
georgie, england - wrote on 2/2/2005 6:17:08 AM
Comment:thankyou ever so much, i am not a muslim but found your wonderful insight into muslim marriage extremely helpful for me, since i am taking a GCSE in philosophy and ethics.
ana miskin, asia - wrote on 1/28/2005 11:22:49 PM
Comment:The moment I read the article, I felt awe in my heart. The article does cover, I would say the entire aspects of Islamic marriage requirements that are based on Quran and Sunah. Allah is Great!!!!
Amira, Arizona - wrote on 12/21/2004 11:58:33 AM
This article is exceptionally insightful and uses the messages Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, has given us in the Holy Quran. The author has put a good deal of time into analyzing the principles laid out for Muslims and applying it to practical matters, such as love and marriage. Insha'allah, we can all use this to improve ourselves and how we treat our spouses to achieve a healthy Islamic relationship, in it's pure intention.
I am struggling through a difficult time with my husband. Al hamdullillah, he is a strict Muslim and believing man, however, the cultural aspects (Arab) of his personality overrule the religious, sometimes. Therefore, the nature of our relationship is mostly from the platform of village Arab mentality and not from Islam's. Despite repeated attempts on my part to address this inconsistency with my husband, he cannot see my concerns.
In light of this, while the article is profound and a remarkable vehicle for Allah's (swt) truth, the human element is sometimes too deeply engrained. The principles laid out in the article, therefore, is idealic in theory and does not stand a chance against the more enculcated aspects of our lives...culture and human insticts.
Osman al Bassani, Albania - wrote on 12/21/2004 4:40:07 AM
Comment:It's a beautiful piece of work for those who are responsive of what they read and learn. If all these were to be put in practise there will hardly be divorce cases in our society. Regards.
Osama, Canada - wrote on 11/2/2004 4:56:00 PM
Comment:i think this was a great article..but my parents say that u have to have an arranged marriage..they say itz part of the religon..is that true?
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