Allah knows what you do… Even on the internet


This is just a short reminder to my dear brothers and sisters to keep in mind that when you’re contacting someone for the sake of marriage through Half Our Deen, any other marriage website, or even through someone you know, to keep your emails and correspondence halal. Keep it strictly to do with the issue of marriage.

Ask the questions that matter. There is no need for “Oh, you have such pretty eyes” or “I like your smile.” Or any emotions such as “I love you.” Or for you to meet up alone where even worse things can occur.

Allah is always watching. Allah knows everything you do. Even when you’re completely alone at your computer answering your emails, He is there. So stick with your intention of marriage, and keep your emails to the point. Society tells us that two people need to meet, fall in love, and get married. The beauty of Islam is that two people can meet, get married and then learn every detail about each other and fall in love together in an environment where you earn reward for your love and kindness towards your spouse. What more could we ask for?

So please, check your emails and make sure shaitaan does not get his way. Be like the Prophet Yusuf who resisted temptation and said “Truly to no good come those that do wrong” (Holy Quran, Chapter 12, verse 23). And if you have been involved in such conversations, it’s never too late to stop. Ask for forgiveness, turn back to Allah and change your actions.

Allah loves those who turn to Him.

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  1. Abdallah Clark

    As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum!
    Dear Bloggin’ Muslim,

    May Allah bless you to continue with the timeliness of your postings. Your comment today was most appropriate and meaningful. Just within two days, I asked a Sister to take me off her “Found You Interesting” list, but she continued to try to communicate and ask personal questions. I have blocked her, but this has happened other times as well.

    “Only serious applicants need apply” is relevant here just as much as elsewhere. HOD should not be a gossip mill, lonely-hearts club, an ego booster, a source of hurt to other Muslims (!), a popularity contest, etc.

    Allah loves excellence in everything. Good men are for good women and good women are for good men. May Allah provide excellent spouses for each of us and bring us into His Jannah. Ameen!

  2. Abdallah Clark

    As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum!
    Dear Bloggin’ Muslim,

    May Allah bless you to continue with the timeliness of your postings. Your comment today was most appropriate and meaningful. Just within two days, I asked a Sister to take me off her “Found You Interesting: list, but she continued to try to communicate and ask personal questions. I have blocked her, but this has happened other times as well.

    “Only serious applicants need apply” is relevant here just as much as elsewhere. HOD should not be a gossip mill, lonely-hearts club, an ego booster, a source of hurt to other Muslims (!), a popularity contest, etc.

    Allah loves excellence in everything. Good men are for good women and good women are for good men. May Allah provide excellent spouses for each of us and bring us into His Jannah. Ameen!

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