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Muslim Marriage

Muslim Marriage

 

Muslim Marriage, traditional, but finding love on the Web.

When “Sweetgal”, a 29-year-old British Muslim from central England, began looking for a new husband last year, at first she didn’t know where to turn.

The answer, it turned out, was on the Internet.

She’d been married once - a union arranged by her parents - to a man from Pakistan. It lasted seven years and produced children but broke down due to cultural differences and she didn’t want to go through a similar trauma again.

At the same time, being a respectful Muslim who wears hijab, she wasn’t going to start ‘dating’, and knew her parents would have to be involved in her new search in one way or another.

Over the past two years there has been a boom in the use of Web sites that introduce Muslim men and women, not for casual dating, but for those actively seeking traditional Muslim marriage.

Where once young British Muslims might have had a marriage arranged to a spouse from the country of their parents’ origin - perhaps Pakistan or Bangladesh - it is now much more common for them to marry within the Muslim community in Britain.

Read the full article on reuters.com

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