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We only have to look at the alarming divorce rate in the West to understand this point.Since there are many misconceptions about Islam and we have two active Muslim members here (Both singles by the way ) I am very curious about the following:1. What I mean by that is, in some traditional families in India (Hinduism) the parents arranged the marriages for their children. I heard there is not such a thing as "Dating", basically when you meet the person you want to marry you pretty much do that right away without a period of dating or courting, is that true? Are you allowed as a Muslim to date/marry a non-Muslim? This is basically it and the couple are officially married. I would never be in any relationship where I thought I was just an option in one of many marriages. Lets say if this was reversed, could the men do it? After being "involved" with a person for a time, and then breakiing up and going through the feelings of remorse or loneliness and unhappiness, and then moving on to the next "relationship" and then another break-up, hard feelings, sadness and then yet another series of dating, hanging out, breaking up and so on." prior to marriage, falling in love, arguing, breaking up and then going through the sad feelings and repeating this over and over, are much more likely to end up in a very rough marriage and very possible divorce.
There is no room in Islam for illicit affairs or the Western vogue-word of boyfriend and girlfriend.The couple, however, are not permitted to be alone in a closed room or go out together alone.