Mixing and dating in islam

04-Mar-2016 15:46

When a young person decides to get married, the following steps often take place: This type of focused courtship helps ensure the strength of the marriage by drawing upon family elders' wisdom and guidance in this important life decision.Family involvement in the choice of a marriage partner helps assure that the choice is based not on romantic notions, but rather on a careful, objective evaluation of the compatibility of the couple.Rather, in Islamic culture, pre-marital relationships of any kind between members of the opposite sex is forbidden.Islam believes the choice of a marriage partner is one of the most important decisions a person will make in his or her lifetime.

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.If we look at every verse of the Qur'an in search of a direct statement prohibiting a child from beating his parents, we will never find it. However, the Qur'an says: "Do not even say to them 'uff'." Can any rational person, after hearing this verse, claim that it is permissible for a son to beat up his mother and father?Likewise, Islam has forbidden a woman from putting on perfume and passing in front of men.My husband and I wanted to know if it were permissable to take Arabic classes at a college where the classes are mixed (men-women).

We understand that there is no mixing between the sexes, but confused about the definition of "mixing".

It has prohibited her from striking her feet on the ground when she walks to reveal the jingle of her hidden ornaments.