Islam on dating the dating game show host

I love him for Allah’s sake and sure he loves me as well.The problem is that I started receiving proposals, about 8 so far. First of all I ask Allaah to guide you and grant you happiness, and I ask Him to increase the numbers of girls like you who are keen to maintain chastity and purity and adhere to the sacred limits of Allaah in their affairs, among the most important of which are emotional relationships that many people take lightly, so they overstep the mark and transgress the sacred limits of Allaah, and Allaah tests them with problems that we read about and hear of, in which there is a lesson for every Muslim and for every wise person.

The choice of a marriage partner is one of the most important decisions a person will make in his or her lifetime.

Every time I refuse because I promised to wait for him. You should note that correspondence and contact between the sexes is one of the doors that lead to fitnah (temptation).

Now I am confused, is what I am doing halal or haram? Sharee’ah is filled with evidence which indicates that it is essential to beware of falling into the traps of the shaytaan in this matter. This does not mean that it is haraam for a man or woman to like a specific person whom he or she chooses to be a spouse, and feel love for that person and want to marry them if possible.

Rather he should tell her wali (guardian) that he wants to marry her, or she should tell her wali that she wants to marry him, as ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) did when he offered his daughter Hafsah in marriage to Abu Bakr and ‘Uthmaan (may Allaah be pleased with them both). 13) Our advice to you is that it is essential to stop corresponding with this young man, and tell him that he has to propose to you through your wali, if he really does want to get married.

But if the woman contacts the man directly, this is what leads to fitnah (temptation). He should not regard his material circumstances or anything else as a barrier.

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