Friday, 2 September 2011

Boyfriend And Girlfriend Relationship

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Islam is a strong advocate of marriage.
We live in a society where communication with the opposite sex is compuslory at some point of our lives. But as for a having a relationship with the opposite sex is concerned, this is indeed forbidden in Islam. Boyfriend and girlfriend relationship has become a common thing also in our Pakistani society. People think there is no harm in having such relation. It has become so common that we don't feel ashamed of it. In Islam, there is no such thing as a girlfriend-boyfriend relationship, it is strictly forbidden.
According to Islam; without marrigae two hetrosexual can't be live together, so Islam emphasizes on marriage. There is no need and permission to have physical relationship before marriage. Many young buddies have unrealistic romantic notions, mostly those ideas proved harmful for both individuals.


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Marriage is the only valid or halal way to indulge in intimacy between a man and a woman.
Going to dates, touching each other physically or doing anything dirty and unethical is not love and it is totally forbidden in Islam. If you feel love for someone and also are serious in making him/her life partner and he/she is also interested, than adopt better and reasonable way of proposing or asking his/her hand in marriage directly but here one should follow Islamic rules of etiquette (meeting in public, having a chaperon, no flirtatious or sexual speech, lowering the gaze, etc), or involve your families to settle things between both individuals.

18 comments:

  1. You are doing an awesome work i must say.

    This point and thing is common in around 90% of our youth.

    We even are doing such things and many other and even not accepting it as its a sin.

    I am also into these and God Forgive all of us.

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  2. Subhnallah I really fear for my children. It was hard when I was a teenager so I assume it must be even worse out there amongst the youth to refrain form relationships outside marriage. May Allah protect and help them and us all. Ameen

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  3. @Imad Khalid: ... :)


    @Sanaa Nubiansis: Thanks for visiting & comment... :)

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  4. Yes. I have heard about this and I have a high respect to Islam values. Your devotion to Allah and the discipline you have esp on Ramadan make me respect Islam people the more.
    I am a Christian but it doesn't forbid me to admire the Islam faith. Allah Hafiz!

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  5. @beanizer_05: May Allah bless you... :)
    Allah Hafiz...

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  6. Wonderful once again :)
    -Stay blessed

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  7. So true keep up this good work..!

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  8. dear asma i am falling in love with you the way you write and the way you chose the topics ,
    i am not blessed with daughter and it is in deep of my heart is a quite huge sorrow ,

    but when i see around me the environment it gives me strange relief,it hurts a lot to see young girls following a each unnecessary fashion appear on media and such relationship is also a adoption,

    i think in every stage of age we all have a BELL inside which rings when we make a mistake i hope and pray that each of us will be able to hear it one day inshallah,

    thanks for beautiful sharing god bless

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  9. Due respect for religion, yours and mine,
    I just believe love is something which can never be defined on principles. It happens when it does.

    aJ

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  10. @Shayna: Thanks.... :)

    @Shoiab: Insha Allah...

    @baili: Ohhh thanks... Indeed it's a positive energy inside you so like my work... :)
    I agree with you, Dear sister and this bell rings inside woman more forcefully when something bad happening around her... :)
    Stay Blessed

    @aakash: Love should follow respect and mortality and reach at marriage as soon as possible... :)

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  11. hello Asma..I am a Christian and your posts have always given me nice insights and deeper understanding on Islam..I respect your thought about marriage..thank you for sharing :)

    *hugs and stay blessed :) *

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  12. @Sie: Hello Dear... :)
    I respect Christianity, as being a Muslim I have Faith in Jesus (Peace Be Upon Him) because it is part of Islamic beliefs... :)
    Stay Blessed

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  13. Asma, you are doing a great job through your morality related posts. There is good direction for the "teen agers" who usually are easy prey to the ones with hunger for unlawful intimacy.
    Parents should take care of their vulnerable kids and keep training them how to stay away from such vices.
    God bless U.

    Pl visit

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  14. Good Work Asma :) keep it up !!!

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  15. I'll be another one out of the crowd - Who'll shout "Asma You're Doing A Very Good Job - The Best Job - Keep Doing it - Never Stop. I Love Your Blog. :) "

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  16. @Daniyal Arain: Insha Allah I will continue... :)

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  17. TRUE THAT!
    I totally really agree with u!

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