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Please remember this whenever you're faced with a Muslim conundrum. Some Muslims outright say it 'I'm dating' and they are, in the complete boy-meets-girl-third-base sense. This entire dating culture of meeting someone for only sex, for only a short-term relationship, is not the ideal or healthiest way to go about finding a partner-in-crime.

Loving God and following His ultimate guidance is the sole reason and goal in Muslim belief. The more real answer is that yes, a lot of Muslims do. This type of dating to see if it's going anywhere or just stringing people along with heartache is not in Islamic law.

The reason for this is that Muslim priorities are long-term and originate from God.

Since dating (in the Western sense) involves actions like kissing and touching which ultimately result in premarital sex, Islamic scholars consider that dating is haram (forbidden).Here is what you infidels need to know about dating a Muslim woman or man.There is a lot of debate as to whether Muslims are allowed to date at all.The couple meets at or just before the wedding and then they ride off into the night as a couple. That’s mostly because in our universe if you’re getting to know someone from the opposite sex, you’re doing it to determine whether you’re compatible enough to them. It means that the rules that Western culture imposes on a ‘first date’ are flipped on their heads. Meeting the parents It’s very important for Muslims to have their parents involved really early in this process. Once the couple thinks they’re ready to take things further, the family of the groom will visit the family of the bride to ask for her hand in marriage. Tea and coffee and snacks are prepared and all the fine china is brought out.Neither of these scenarios represent the norm for the typical Western Muslim. We ask super serious questions that prod into the history of the person, their financial status, whether they want to have kids or not and anything else that our parents will interrogate us about when we tell them we’ve found someone. And this interrogation continues for as long as necessary until we’ve asked all the important questions. This is because our parents have conditioned us to feel guilty about not telling them things. The bride freaks out and wonders whether she has warned the groom about all the oddities of her family and whether she has coached him enough about what he should and shouldn’t say. They prepare the gift(s) they have bought for the bride – y’know, flowers, sweets, chocolates, whatever.Yet, things like physical connections outside of marriage, 'experimenting' or having a 'fling' don't exist in Islamic ethics.