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Tukur ibrahim, Nigeria - wrote on 12/9/2003 3:38:47 AM
Comment:everytime prophet MuHAMMAD(s.a.w)came out from the home of his son-law (Ali) & daughter (Fatimah)his face took on such radiance & joy that the sahabas (companions)commented on such happiness.U can also achieve such radiance in your home & on his face(SAW).That is how important it is in islam,nothing is worth more.
Maha, London - wrote on 10/7/2003 5:43:42 AM
Comment:some exellent reccomendations something we all should try to apply to our lives. fortunately we are a successful couple for whom these reccomendations seem very familiar, may Allah keep every couple happy. i think the reason why divorce was not highlighted is because there are many alternatives and solutions in mending a relationship so divorce is something which should be considered as the last resort.
Faisal, London - wrote on 9/28/2003 5:48:50 AM
Comment:Salamualikum, I discovered this page by accident...well I prefer to say that Allah guided me towards it, altough a bit idealistic, i enjoyed reading the recommenations and Inshallah when the time comes, when I do marry, I will incorporate a lot of, if not all of the advice detailed. May Allah shower his mercy upon us all
Colin Craig, Ireland - wrote on 7/24/2003 4:16:15 PM
Comment:This page is remarkable! I am an atheist, and enjoying my 3rd time married.
Although I don't quite understand some of the religious phrases used (especially in the responses), the advice given I would recommend to anyone, anywhere.
My best regards.
Mrs. Zainab, Hong Kong - wrote on 7/7/2003 7:18:17 AM
Comment: I have found your advise very informative. I have already started applying them into practice. May Allah continue to guide you, amin.
MoHsin Alvi, Deerfield, IL - wrote on 7/1/2003 2:40:58 AM
Your article clearly has good suggestions but i regret to inform you that your are far too idealistic. Life isn't based on appointments and schedules and marriage shouldn't be. Yes, there should be organization but the framework you laid out is almost laughable. Most people need love and faith to keep them straight not calendars. Furthermore, you have stated that philosophies and habits of the partners should adjust to please one another over everything else, you even mentioned for Islamic activities. Malcolm X, Yusuf Estes, and of course all of our blessed Prophets (PBUT) were devoted to their respectable causes for Islam and were supported 100% from their wives. It seems you also ignore the fact that divorce is something that should be considered when traditional or "arranged marriages" are directed, which more often than not manifest into worse messes than western couples. I report this all, for I have seen more horrific marriages in my few years many see in a lifetime. I do not mean to cause offense to you or you intellect at all but I just thought I'd speak my 15-year old mind.
Taoheed Yusuff, Nigeria - wrote on 6/20/2003 8:26:27 AM
Comment:i think that we muslim have really neglected the teaching of islam,if not all that you have written should be the first thing we sholud all learn about b4 nikkah,may Allah bless u more
abdulrahman, nigeria - wrote on 6/19/2003 8:40:32 AM
Comment:may allah reward your efforts. this will greatly help muslim homes in treading the right path
Ramiz Mazyad, KSA - wrote on 6/17/2003 4:24:17 AM
Comment:it is an important issue,there should be a special programs of habilitation befor marriage for the muslim couples in USA, in order to decreas this high percentage of divorce in the community, at the same time there should be an attorney office (a musilm one) to solve the problems according to the islamic legislation as much as they can, since muslim couples accepted islamic marital contract and then they should approach isalmic ways to solve there disputes. I wonder if this condition can be put down in the contract? N.B there is a dictation mistake in your article when you talk about halal and haram I expect you noticed it!
Emily (Can't really give that out!), England UK - wrote on 6/13/2003 1:58:06 PM
Comment:This was excellent for my year 8 RE homework on Mulim Marriages! Thank you!
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