Dating in islamic culture


However, Muslims observe colourful marriage customs is different parts of the world depending upon their local cultures.Most of the wedding customs are innocent in nature while some are against basic principles of Islamic marriage jurisprudence.Islam is also seen as an all inclusive way of life rather than a strict exclusive religious code because of its focus on balancing personal and public life.Muslims believe that the Creator of all mankind is one God (called ‘Allah’ in Arabic), and that the God of all Abrahamic religions is the same God.For instance, have you noticed how Muslim women tend to wear similar clothing?Even though the hijab is mandated by the Quran, it’s surprising to see that so many Muslim women voluntarily choose to cover their hair.All of these diverse expressions of the same faith can make the question of “protocol” a complicated issue.

This "sisterhood" or "brotherhood" that develops when they are young continues throughout their lives, and serves as a network to become familiar with other families.But in most Muslim countries, the men don’t shave their beards off.Now here’s one aspect of Muslim culture which you would probably never see unless you happen to be Muslim also. Even left-handed Muslims eat with their right hand."Dating" as it is currently practiced in much of the world does not exist among Muslims.Young Muslim men and women (or boys and girls) do not enter into one-on-one intimate relationships, spending time alone together and "getting to know one another" in a very deep way as a precursor to selecting a marital partner.The term ‘Muslim culture’ is used broadly to represent many diverse Muslim cultural groups: the Asian Muslims, the Middle Eastern, the African, the European and the American Muslims, each with their own variations on customs and traditions.

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