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Muslims marry in different ways according to the country they live in. In most of the Middle East muslims marry with their parents or siblings. In Pakistan, most Muslims marry in the country where they come from, while in other Muslim countries, like Saudi Arabia, the majority of muslims marry in another country, or with a person from a different religion. There are different ways of marrying a muslim. The most common ones are:

1) the wife and her family have to be muslim and they must live in the same area, and

2) the husband can't have any other wife, or a woman from another religion (besides his own). The last way of marrying a muslim is with an ex-wife. If there is any problem, the ex-wife or husband has to divorce the original wife before he can marry another one. Sometimes, there are even more conditions for marrying muslim than with other religions. The following are some of the more common rules that Muslims have to live by: 1) the women must wear a veil (as a rule) or a niqab (a cloth covering the face)

2) the women should stay home from work and school while their husbands and children are working. They also have to remain in their homes.

3) the men must stay at home to do household chores and keep the children from getting married.

4) men must get married before the age of 50 5) there are no exceptions for divorce and women are not allowed to remarry. However, there are some exceptions for Muslims who wish to remarry, such as those who have a physical or psychological condition that would make them unable to marry again and so it is not possible to get a divorce.

6) women and men must be married within three years of their conversion to Islam. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) said: "I don't permit you to marry those who are more than three years older than you. They will not be allowed to go to Paradise (Hell).' This was reported by Muslim. 7) there are two ways to divorce a Muslim woman: 1) the woman should agree and the man should accept, and 2) she can reject the husband's offer. The reason for this is that if he has not accepted it, there is no way to get rid of him. 8) Allah has provided for Muslims to be the best of husbands and the best of fathers. However, it is important to know that all things are temporary. Allah has told us not to expect anything from Him because He is the Everlasting Creator. He has also told us that He will not give anything as a reward for His servants. Allah also says "And remember that when Allah will have provided for you a better religion, your hearts will not find any fault with it." (Surah 2:256). The Muslim community is made up of people who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and believe that the Prophet (S) was the last prophet, and that the Quran is the last Book. Allah is the source of all good and the final judge. He is the one who will punish the disbelievers with Hellfire. The Quran says, "Those who disbelieve and leave Islam will have a painful punishment in the Hereafter." (Surah 5:51). The Quran also says, "So seek refuge in Allah from the punishment of the Hereafter with those who are truthful and upright." (Surah 8:60). The Muslim community in the Middle East was once ruled by the Byzantines. They were the only group of rulers that allowed Christians and Jews the right to practice their religion. The Prophet (S) gave them the right to do so. But when the Muslims revolted and were successful, they began the persecution of these groups of people. One of the groups that was persecuted was the Jews. During the time of the Prophet's (S) banishment, many Jews fled to Medina to escape from the persecution and death. They settled down in the city of Medina, in the southern part of the land of Makkah. This city is called Al-Hijaz. It is today a very large city, located on the banks of the Tigris river. The name of this city is a combination of the words: Al-Hijaz, the land of the two rivers (the Euphrates and Tigris) as well as the Arabic word hijja. The Prophet Muhammad (S) was from this city, so it is considered to be one of the most Muslim cities in the world. In fact, all of the Muslim countries have had Muslims in their cities. Now, before the Muslim migration to Europe in the 12th century, many Muslim scholars of the times would not have considered this city to be a Muslim city. However, it has had a very large Muslim community since the 12th century. There are many things you may not know about Al-Hijaz though. In fact, it has become a tourist destination since the 11th century. Al-Hijaz is the birthplace of the prophet Muhammad (S). The Muslim people are in this city for the majority of their lives. There are several universities, mosques and schools, as well as a number of hotels that are not only owned by Muslims but also by Muslim families from around the world. The history of Al-Hijaz is filled with events, and not just one great event.

In the late 11th century, the Muslims from the Middle East arrived in the Arabian Peninsula. One of the greatest events in the history of Al-Hijaz was the arrival of the Prophet Muhammad and the first generation of his offspring to the city. It was a big deal for the Muslim people and it was called the "Great Mosque of Al-Hijaz". The Prophet Muhammad was born in a poor family, who lived in a tent. He never got to learn how to read or write, so he had to be taught by his family. However, he was so good at teaching that he started to write the Qur'an, which was the first work that was written and published after the Prophet's death.