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Lovesickness

5 Remedies for Lovesickness

By no means love is a sickness in and of itself. Indeed, it is the only known cure for many of the problems and ailments that we as human beings suffer from. However, love can turn into an illness if it becomes obsessive, if it goes beyond its proper bounds…

Muslims Celebrate Valentine's Day

Why Don’t Muslims Celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Short Answer: If you look into history and origins of Valentine Day, plus the values this celebration promotes today, the answer to your question will be very clear. Muslims don’t blindly follow the crowd when it comes to celebrations of any kind. Islam promotes love among people and the exchange of gifts is one way …

Does Love Exist in Islam?

Does Love Exist in Islam?

Short Answer:In Islam, one of God’s (Allah in Arabic) names or attributes isAl-Wadood, which means the “Most Loving”. It is derived from the root word“wadda”,literately meaning“loved”. …………. Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. In Islam, one of God’s (Allah in Arabic) names or attributes isAl-Wadood, which means the “Most Loving”. …

Love in Islam

I Want to Convert, But Where's the Love in Islam?

Short Answer:Islam is in factvery beautiful, very gentle and very sweet.As Muslims, we should be the happiestmen and women on earth, showing in our lives the beauty of the message which has been given to us.Islam, comes from an Arabic root word that means both “submission” and “peace.”We should be the most gentle of people …

Talking Intimately With the Opposite Sex

Talking Intimately With the Opposite Sex: Allowed?

Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: So we are not only told to refrain from the actual intercourse but also forbidden to engage in any of …

Love

‘Muslims Don’t Fall in Love before Marriage’

When I was growing up in America, I’d often hear adults laugh whenever an adolescent or teenager was attracted to someone. Their tone was often playfully condescending when they waved their hands dismissively saying, “Oh, that’s just puppy love.



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