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Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume III

Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume III

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Published by: Salman Book Centre on Sep 22, 2009
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Is the meeting of a boy and a girl (both adult) with the sole purpose of marriage allowed in
Islam in this 20 century? A closed-eye procedure leads to many problems later.

A. They are allowed to see each other once only. (This permission does not include
touching or going out together). And so far as "many problems later" are concerned, the
ratio of divorces to the Marriages in western countries is well-known. (It reaches the ratio
of 1:3, and in some places even 1:2). So, the "open-eye" procedure creates more troubles
than our "backward out-of-date barbaric" system can ever do.

Anyhow, if they want to get to know more of each other, the only legal way, which I can
think of, is to enter into "Mut'a" openly.

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