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Women Muslims

  

 

Women Muslims have witnessed many issues arise over the Quaranic requirements to wear a hijab.  The most important Quranic verse relating to hijab says, “...tell the believing women to lower their gaze and guard their private parts and not to display their adornment except that which ordinarily appears thereof and to draw their head covers over their chests and not to display their adornment except to their maharim...”

 

Islamic scholars agree that women Muslims should act in a way that does not draw sexual attention t her when she is in the presence of the opposite sex.  Some Islamic scholars specify which areas of the body women Muslims should cover; most of these require that everything besides the face and hands must be covered, and some require all but the eyes should be covered using chadors or burqas. 

 

Westerners have often viewed the hijab and veil as a sign of oppression of women Muslims. It also has been the source of debate, especially in Europe where French laws on securalism and conspicuous religious symbols were enacted.

Women Muslims

Women in Muslim

 

Women in Muslim communities have seen many issues arise over the Quaranic requirement to wear a hijab.  The most important Quranic verse relating to hijab says, “...tell the believing women to lower their gaze and guard their private parts and not to display their adornment except that which ordinarily appears thereof and to draw their headcovers over their chests and not to display their adornment except to their maharim...”

 

Islamic scholars agree that women in Muslim communities should act in a way that does not draw sexual attention t her when she is in the presence of the opposite sex.  Some Islamic scholars specify which areas of the body women in Muslim communities should cover; most of these require that everything besides the face and hands must be covered, and some require all but the eyes should be covered using chadors or burqas. 

 

Westerners have often viewed the hijab and veil as a sign of oppression of women in Muslim communities. It also has been the source of debate, especially in Europe where French laws on securalism and conspicuous religious symbols were enacted.

Women in Muslim

Women and Muslim

 

Women and Muslim faith have had an interesting and thought provoking relationship over centuries.  For women and Muslim faith, there is no difference between men and women's relationship to God; they receive identical rewards and punishments for their conduct.  Women are permitted to attend mosques; however, as Islam spread, it became unusual for women to worship in mosques because of fears of un-chastity caused by interaction between sexes.  After the 1960’s, Muslim women become increasingly involved in the mosque, though men and women generally worshiped separately.  Separation between sexes ranges from men and women on opposite sides of an aisle, to men in front of women, to women in second-floor balconies or separate rooms accessible by a door for women only.  This relationship between women and Muslim has caused arguments.  Many dispute Muslim women have the right to become imams.  A fundamental role of an imam in a mosque is to lead the congregational prayers. Generally, Muslim women are not allowed to lead mixed prayers. However, some argue that Muhammad gave permission to Ume Warqa to lead a mixed prayer at the mosque of Dar.

Women and Muslim

Online Muslim Dating

 

 

ArabLounge.com was designed for the sole purpose of bringing together Muslim singles for online Muslim dating and marriage.  This popular online Muslim dating site provides for all Muslims, men and women, Shia and Sunni of all ages who worship ALLAH and follow the teachings of the Qur’an.  To date, this popular online Muslim daing website has so much success connecting Muslim men and women from all over the world. ArabLounge.com has fantastic communication tools, such as email, instant messenger and chat which enable Muslim singles to get to learn about each other from the inside out.

Online Muslim Dating

Online Marriage Site

 

 

ArabLounge.com is a popular online marriage site designed for single Arabs and Muslims living anywhere in the world who want to find an Arab and/r Muslim spouse. With this popular online marriage site, ArabLounge.com was designed for an audience who is serious about finding other Muslims who want to get married.  Hundreds of thousands of Muslims from all over the world (e.g. the Arab States, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, North Africa, Africa, UK, Europe and the US) are online and communicating in the hopes of finding a special someone.  This leading online marriage site has become a favorite destination for Muslim singles hoping to expedite the difficult process of finding that special someone.

Online Marriage Site

Muslims Matrimonials

 

 

Islam advocates Muslims matrimonials.  For instance, Islam permits polygamy with the caveat Muslim men can only have up to four wives at any one time, given the religious requirement they can partition their time and wealth equally among their different wives. For Muslims matrimonials, the bride and her spouse must consent.  In the event the bride or spouse do not consent to the Muslims matrimonials, it may not legally take place. In essence, while the spouse/father of the bride has no right to force the bride to marry, he has the right to stop a marriage from taking place.  The rationale is to ensure a woman finds a suitable partner whom she has chosen not out of sheer emotion.

 

From a Shari'Ah law perspective, the minimum requirements and responsibilities for Muslims matrimonials are the groom provides living expenses to the bride, and, in exchange, the bride raises her children to be proper Muslims. All other rights and responsibilities would be decided between the husband and wife, and may even be included as stipulations in the marriage contract before the marriage actually takes place.  In Shia Islam, Muslims matrimonials must take place in the presence of at least 2 witnesses, with the consent of the guardian of the bride and the consent of both spouses. Following Muslims matrimonials, the couple is immediately allowed to consummate the marriage. To create a religious marital contract, it is sufficient that a man and a woman indicate an intention to marry each other and recite the requisite words in front of a Muslim priest.  The wedding can be held days, or months later, whenever the couple and their families want to announce the marriage in public.

Muslims Matrimonials

Muslims Matrimonial

There are many different opportunities to meet new Muslims in which you may share much in common. It happens every day in the religious, cultural and social centers of the Muslim world. And while enduring Muslim marriages frequently blossom from the relationships established in these traditional settings, many of them stem from chance encounters. For those who would prefer not to leave this important development to chance, ArabLounge.com, operates as a Muslims matrimonial website: connecting single Muslim men and women from all over the world.

 

Once you register and create a profile with the popular Muslims matrimonial site, ArabLounge.com, you can potentially connect with so many different Muslim men and women in which religion and cultural compatibility are at the most important criteria in their searches.  This Muslims Matrimonial website has helped so many Muslim men and women connect. What are you waiting for? Log on today, create a profile, add a photo and upgrade to a Platinum Membership for just a few dollars.

Muslims Matrimonial

Muslims Marriage

ArabLounge.com gives you the opportunity to register, create a free member profile and upload your photo(s) so other Muslims can search and find you. ArabLounge.com has become the origin of so many Muslims marriage.  With ArabLounge.com you will find the best Muslim matrimonial service used by hundreds of thousands of Muslim singles from all walks of life. Muslims marriage opportunities exist for single Muslim women and men - from all over the world and walk off life. ArabLounge.com provides you with an interactive network where you can find your future spouse. And quite frankly, it is the best and safest way to look for your soul mate.

Muslims Marriage

MuslimMatrimonialsNetwork

     

 

There are many different opportunities to meet new Muslims in which you may share much in common. It happens every day in the religious, cultural and social centers of the Muslim world. And while enduring Muslim marriages frequently blossom from the relationships established in these traditional settings, many of them stem from chance encounters. For those who would prefer not to leave this important development to chance, ArabLounge.com, operates as a MuslimMatrimonialsNetwork: connecting single Muslim men and women from all over the world.

 

Once you register and create a profile with the popular MuslimMatrimonialsNetwork, ArabLounge.com, you can potentially connect with so many different Muslim men and women in which religious and cultural compatibility is at the forefront of their searches.  The MuslimMatrimonialsNetwork, ArabLounge.com, has helped so many Muslim men and women connect. What are you waiting for? Log on today.

 

MuslimMatrimonialsNetwork

Muslimah

Websites, such as Muslimah Connection, have created online resources for Muslim women around the world.  Muslima Connection, for instance, is a cultural and religious resource center for Muslim women.  With Muslimah Connection, Muslim women can learn, share and discuss with other sisters in Islam.  The site has information related to learning your Deen, how to Hijab advice and links to hijaab stores.  Its purpose is to gather online resources that benefit Muslim Women. It is admirable goal and one that should be supported by the community, insha’Allaah

Muslimah

Muslim Women Seeking Marriage

You registered for ArabLounge.com because you wanted to improve your chances of meeting Muslim women seeking marriage. Finding Muslim women seeking marriage is certainly an admirable goal, but it won’t happen overnight. You still have to meet, create a good first impression and get to know each other.  Here are six dating tips we think will help you in your journey to find Muslim women seeking marriage: 

1. Avoid negative comments about an ex-girlfriend in front of other single Muslim women.  Your ex is somebody you dated, invited into your life, and with whom you spent a lot of time. So don't talk negatively about your ex in any way, because single Muslim women will think if they ever becomes your ex you will trash-talk them in the same way.
2. Paranoia will scare away single Muslim women.  When you meet single Muslim women give them space and let them take time to get to know you.
3. Avoid looking for compliments. Allow single Muslim women to compliment you when they feel it is right.

 

Following these helpful tips will help you make finding Muslim women seeking marriage easier and, hopefully, let you form a full and lasting relationship.

 

 

 

 

Muslim Women Seeking Marriage

Muslim Women Chat

Welcome to ArabLounge.com the home of the fastest growing and exciting Muslim dating and Muslim matrimonial site. ArabLounge.com offers highly interactive Muslim chat rooms where you can partake in Muslim women chat in the hopes of meeting high quality single Muslim women for friendship and romance. With this Muslim women chat feature the possibilities exist you can find Muslim men and Muslim women who hope to find love, dating and marriage, as well as Western men and women seeking Muslim dating, and Muslim singles seeking a Muslim women chat experience. ArabLounge.com has become the destination of choice for thousands of Muslim singles.

Muslim Women Chat

Muslim Woman Names

 

Many Muslim children are given traditional Muslim woman names in an effort to help preserve the history and traditions of Muslim communities. This is relatively common across many religious groups. After all, each name generally has a meaning and it is a beautiful way of passing along traditions. Some of these names and meanings include: Abeer (fragrance), Aadab (hope and need), Afaf (chastity), Afrah (happiness), Ablaa (perfectly formed), Adeela (equal), Afraa (white), Ahlam (witty), Ahd (pledge, knowledge), Aisha (living, prosperous, wife of prophet muhammad), Alia (exalted), Almas (diamond).

Muslim Woman Names

Muslim Woman Marriage

    

 

According to Islamic law, marriage cannot be forced upon a Muslim woman or man. In other words, Muslim woman marriage must be consented to.  No age limits have been fixed by Islam for a Muslim woman marriage. Children of the youngest age may be married or promised for marriage; however, a Muslim girl is not handed to her husband until she is fit for marital sexual relations.

 

Islamic jurists have traditionally held that a Muslim woman marriage may only occur with another Muslim man. However, there have been different opinions on this issue. Some argue Muslims may not place themselves in a position subordinate to the followers of other religions. While others argue the Qur'an explicitly allows Muslim men to marry chaste women of the People of the Book (which includes Jews and Christians). 

 

With respect to polygamy, it is permitted under restricted conditions.  However, the Quran says, “...do justice to them all, but you won't be able to, so don't fall for one totally while ignoring other wife (wives)”. Sometimes Pre-Islamic men could have up to 8 wives. Meanwhile, Muslim women are not allowed to engage in polyandry. 

Muslim Woman Marriage

Muslim Romance

 

The Qu’ran considers the love between men and women to be a sign of God.  Islam advocates a harmonious and loving relationship between husband and wife.

Both are asked to fulfill the other's sexual needs.  Husbands are asked to be kind to their wives and wives are asked to be obedient to their husbands. The Qur'an

also encourages discussion and mutual agreement regarding family decisions.  The emphasis on love creates healthy amounts of Muslim romance in a relationship.

Men and women are attentive to the needs and wishes of their spouses. This attention is part of the “details” of a loving relationship which most couples would call,

Muslim romance.  Hopefully this adherence to Muslim romance will continue for generations to come and become a fundamental component of Muslim

relationships around the world

 

Muslim Romance

Muslim Online Dating

Muslim online dating sounds strange to some people. After all, some many Muslim relationships were the product of an arranged marriage. In other words, family members identified a potential spouse they thought would be a suitable life partner and, soon thereafter, the couple would be married. With the emergence of the Internet and the accessibility of computers, the younger generations of Muslim singles are turning online to sites, such as ArabLounge.com. Muslim online dating has transformed traditional Muslim courtships, yet, at the same time, has helped preserve its fundamental intentions: to preserve cultural and religious traditions

Muslim Online Dating

Muslim Men and Women

The study of Muslim men and women deals with the attitudes and beliefs about the roles and responsibilities of Muslim men and women within the religion of Islam. The complex relationship between Muslim men and women and Islam is defined by both Islamic texts and the history and culture of the Muslim world. Sharia provides for differences between Muslim men and women rights, roles and duties. In some Muslim countries, Muslim women have different degrees of rights when it comes to marriage, divorce, civil rights, legal status, dress code, and education.  Meanwhile, conservatives argue that differences between Muslim men and women are because of different status and responsibilities, while liberal Muslims, Muslim feminists and others argue in favor of a more traditional interpretation. 

Muslim Men and Women

Muslim Matrimonial Com

Islam encourages a Muslim matrimonial com. In Islam, polygamy is allowed for men, with the specific limitation they can only have up to four wives at any one time, given the religious requirement that they are able to and willing to partition their time and wealth equally among the respective wives. For a Muslim matrimonial com and wedding, the bride and her guardian must both agree. Should either the guardian or the girl disagree on the Muslim matrimonial com and marriage, it may not legally take place. In essence, while the guardian/father of the girl has no right to force her to marry, he has the right to stop a marriage from taking place, given that his reasons are valid. The professed purpose of this practice is to ensure that a woman finds a suitable partner whom she has chosen not out of sheer emotion. From an Islamic Shari'Ah law perspective, the minimum requirements and responsibilities in a Muslim matrimonial com and marriage are that the groom provides living expenses to the bride, and in return, the bride raises children to be proper Muslims. All other rights and responsibilities are decided between the husband and wife, and may even be included as stipulations in the marriage contract before the marriage actually takes place, so long as they do not go against the minimum marriage requirements. In Shia Islam, a marriage must take place in the presence of at least 2 witnesses, with the consent of the guardian of the bride and the consent of both spouses. Following the marriage, the couple is immediately allowed to consummate the marriage. To create a religious marital contract, it is sufficient that a man and a woman indicate an intention to marry each other and recite the requisite words in front of a Muslim priest The wedding party can be held days, or months later, whenever the couple and their families want to announce the marriage in public.

Muslim Matrimonial Com

Muslim Matrimonial

Islam encourages a Muslim matrimonial.  In Islam, polygamy is allowed for men, with the specific limitation they can only have up to four wives at any one time, given the religious requirement that they are able to and willing to partition their time and wealth equally among the respective wives.  For a Muslim matrimonial and wedding, the bride and her guardian must both agree. Should either the guardian or the girl disagree on the Muslim matrimonial and marriage, it may not legally take place. In essence, while the guardian/father of the girl has no right to force her to marry, he has the right to stop a marriage from taking place, given that his reasons are valid. The professed purpose of this practice is to ensure that a woman finds a suitable partner whom she has chosen not out of sheer emotion.

 

From an Islamic Shari'Ah law perspective, the minimum requirements and responsibilities in a Muslim matrimonial and marriage are that the groom provide living expenses (housing, clothing, food, maintenance) to the bride, and in return, the bride's main responsibility is to raise children to be proper Muslims. All other rights and responsibilities are to be decided between the husband and wife, and may even be included as stipulations in the marriage contract before the marriage actually takes place, so long as they do not go against the minimum marriage requirements.

 

In Shia Islam, a marriage must take place in the presence of at least 2 witnesses, with the consent of the guardian of the bride and the consent of both spouses). Following the marriage, the couple is immediately allowed to consummate the marriage. To create a religious contract between them, it is sufficient that a man and a woman indicate an intention to marry each other and recite the requisite words in front of a Muslim priest The wedding party can be held days, or months later, whenever the couple and their families want to announce the marriage in public.

Muslim Matrimonial

Muslim Matchmaking

In Islam, family and friends routinely advise Muslims throughout the courting and marriage process. Generally, many family and friends elected to find their special someone through their family network. These arranged marriages are common in many Muslim communities.

 

Muslim matchmaking began to evolve with the emergence of the Internet and the accessibility of computers.  Muslim matchmaking web sites such as ArabLunge.com helps connect Muslim singles.  When communicating on ArabLounge.com for the purpose of Muslim matchmaking, we suggest making a great first impression. When creating your profile, we encourage you to be honest, forthright, include photos and write an interesting profile.  Photos are always important. After all, members want to see who they are communicating with and it helps the other person see if there is a physical attraction. Just because there isn’t, don’t take it personally. After all, we all like our pizza a little bit different.  By the way, if you are reluctant to upload a photo because of concerns over narcissism, the Qur’an discusses physical attraction as a key criterion in spouse selection

Muslim Matchmaking