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I have lived in India for almost five years now, and I have never met a single Indian Muslim that I could even consider dating. That is why I thought it might be interesting to write this little blog article on some of the different aspects of Indian Muslim dating life that I had noticed while living there. I will be talking about things that are unique to Indian Muslims and things that are common to every Muslim and non-Muslim couple in India. I hope that it will be useful for people who are looking for a Muslim dating partner. I will also discuss some general issues related to Indian dating that many people are not aware of or are even unaware of. 1. There are different types of Muslim dating in India. The most common type of Indian Muslim dating is called Jizya which is an Islamic law that states a person must not engage in any act of dishonor on any Muslim. This may seem strange to many of you, but it is actually quite edmonton muslim common in Indian culture. This is why the majority of Muslim women are expected to wear a veil when dating. Jizya has been in existence for a while in the Muslim community, so why is it a big deal that it is now being enforced? The answer is simple. Jizya is part of the Shariah. Islam strictly follows the teachings of the Quran and the Hadith. The Quran says, "O Prophet! We have made lawful to thee thy wives unto whom thou hast paid dowry, and those whom thy right hand possesseth of those whom Allah hath given thee as spoils of war. If it had been lawful for thee to have concubines, then wouldst thou not have done so. But Allah doth forbid thee. (6:144)" The Prophet also said, "Allah has forbidden you the taking of the life of this world and the Hereafter. So whoever amongst you takes life (i.e. kills a human being), it will be as a great sin." (A.S. 22:29) Allah says in the Quran, "And kill them wherever you find them, and drive them out from where they have driven you out. And fight them until there is no more fitnah (polytheism, intolerance, enmity, strife, etc.) and religion is for Allah Alone." (3:28) In a famous hadith, the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) stated, "I have never come across anyone who was more angry than the Prophet with the polytheists, so if they are found guilty of committing sin, kill them." (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, Al-Tirmidhi, and Abu Dawud, and Ibn Maajah) As for the verse which says, "Allah did not sex dating bristol make you associate anything with Him," this refers to all types of immorality. In Islam, the people of the Book are forbidden to engage in all forms of idol worship and are also prohibited to practice the rituals of idols, the fast of Eid and the like. Therefore it is forbidden to join any type of religious ceremony with idol worship, nor are those of the pagans allowed to worship any god other than Allah and Muhammad is the only God for Muslims. This does not mean that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) indian matrimonial sites in canada didn't observe any Islamic rituals with his own life. He vivastreet pakistani performed various rituals during his lifetime, such as the Zikr (fasting and giving Zakat), Hajj, Fajr, Umra, Asr (prayer), Dhu'l-Hijjah (the month of sacrifice), and other such ritualistic acts. All these were performed in accordance with the teachings of Islam and to help protect those who are under attack. This applies not only to Muslims, but also to Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, and the like. So the verse that forbids idol worship is one that applies to Muslims as well.

There is no doubt about this, in Islam it is absolutely forbidden for a Muslim to worship anything besides Allah and Muhammad. We should make that very clear, however, because there is a group of people who try to do this and I want to say it is very dangerous to do that. The way they use this verse is to say, "This is the first verse in the Quran and if we believe in it, it is very easy for us to believe in the Quran." And so they try to justify the verses that prohibit idols, and then they use those verses to justify all the other verses that forbid anything that is prohibited for Islam. And I say, "Look, the Quran says it is absolutely forbidden." In other words, the verse is clear that we cannot worship any other god besides Allah. So in our society, you sweedish men see there are people who are very, very quick to be offended when we do that. And the reason for that is because they want to justify every other verse that prohibits anything. The verse that prohibits idol worship is a very, very small verse in the Quran and then you look at what is in the Qur'an, it's very, very clear. This is why I think, people need to do their homework on this. I think it would be very, very difficult for someone to muslims marriage be offended by the way they use this verse.

What about you, have you ever been offended by something a Muslim said, or have you ever thought "well, that doesn't sound so bad"? I can imagine you would feel uncomfortable. You may have said to yourself "how could someone say that?" I am curious: How would you know? When you are talking to the non-Muslim audience, would you try and answer them in a non-Muslim way? No. But I think that for a non-Muslim audience, if someone comes to you and says "why didn't you say anything about that?" you'd be like "why not? I don't know about that." When we are talking to Muslims about this topic, it's going to be a lot harder for the non-Muslims to hear this and hear that. If you don't get offended by the way someone uses this verse, that's great.