Muslim marriage and Islamic wedding customs are traditions and practices that relate to wedding ceremonies and marriage rituals prevailing within the Muslim world. Although Islamic marriage customs and relations vary depending on country of origin and government regulations, both Muslim men and women from around the world are guided by Islamic laws and practices specified in the Quran. According to the teachings of the Quran , a married Muslim couple is equated with clothing. The purpose of marriage in Islamic culture is to preserve the religion through the creation of a family.
Islam and children
Nowhere Does Islam Excuse Child Brides | HuffPost
A meme claiming to show a child bride is a hoax, according to work done by an Arabic language website in Canada and a British fact-checking site when the picture first started circulating widely in One in every five girls is married before the age of 18, which is down from one in four a decade ago, according to a UNICEF report. Even though there has been some progress in lowering the rate of child marriages, the problem persists, and, while it happens all over the world, the practice is more common in less developed countries and those having humanitarian crises. She is a Christian. She watched her father beheaded and her mother raped.
8 child marriage myths that need to go
A friend of mine sent me a a Daily Beast piece that said, "A new law would approve marriage to girls as young as nine in a bid to appease the nation's conservatives ahead of parliamentary elections in the Iraqi parliament in the last days before the April 30 election. I started. My answer is simple: Both trying to make a new law to let girls marry as young as nine and claim that it's Islamic are not really acceptable. You cannot relate that wrongdoing with a religion! Underage marriages are child abuse and "abuse" doesn't have any religion or nationality.
Sat 1 Sep O ne day this summer, year-old Ayu married year-old Che Abdul Karim Che Hamid at a small pink mosque on the banks of the Golok river in the far south of Thailand. Earlier that morning, Che Abdul Karim and his soon-to-be child bride had travelled over the border from Malaysia into the Thai province of Narathiwat for the wedding. After a short ceremony at 11am and a trip to the Islamic Council offices to get their marriage certificate stamped, the couple crossed back over the border. But over the border in Thailand , where the controversial union took place, the response by the government and religious authorities has been notably muted.