Does the quran allow dating
Although you may use good arguments to comfort your mind that your actions are harmless, your soul feels the energy being zapped away and becomes weaker and more vulnerable.
The time and attention you give to your emotional attachment is the precious strength your soul needs to grow.
As they are dating, they do not become physically intimate. And they must have permission from their parents or other older people to date one another. You'll find a lot of people there with different backgrounds and cultural values." Obaid Akram says he once supported so-called “arranged marriages,” in which family members bring a man and woman together to be married.
But he says finding a wife through a website was easier. “Online dating has impacted our work, because it’s so easy to go to the website and create a profile for a nominal fee.
For one thing, there are verses in the Qur’an which regard this type of interaction as much more serious than we would like to think.
All the mushy stuff--unfortunately for those unattached--should only be reserved for husband and wife.
In Muslim dating, the Quran and its tenets influence every aspect of the relationship, the engagement, marriage and premarital sex.Typically, the word dating is used when a guy and a girl develop both an intimate physical and social relationship together.The physical part is as simple as holding hands and gradually evolves into hugging, kissing and eventually S-E-X.They met on a website for Muslims who want to take part in “halal dating.” Halal dating is a way for Muslims to learn about one another to decide if they want to be married, while at the same time observing the beliefs of Islam.When Muslim men and women date one another, it is with the intention of marrying one another or deciding marrying.God instructs all of us eligible bachelors and bachelorettes to maintain our chastity until marriage (Quran Verses 5:5, 23:5-7, -31, -31).Chastity is defined Quranically in 23:6 as avoiding sexual relations.But Satti and Akram believe this is the way most Muslims will meet in the future.They believe learning about a person before a marriage takes place will help prevent some of the problems that arranged marriages produce. (See: The Truth about Why Women and Men can't be "Just Friends" [VIDEO])There are some folks out there who date but due to factors like religion, trust, outrage from parents etc. That may be admirable to some extent but Lord knows there's this lingering feeling deep inside the psyche; the growing desire for contact and romance.When that's the issue, you should ask yourself one question: "What's the point of winning the battles of avoiding the physical stuff while your soul is losing the war from all the energy and effort that's being drained away and spent? You either remove yourself from the situation or end the guilt and get married.