Rules for dating in islam
Muslims in the United States come from many backgrounds, but the largest segment are those from South Asia, Arab countries, and more recently from East Africa.
Halal sites like Single ask questions about individuals’ piety including prayer habits, fasting, and if they have made the hajj pilgrimage.
Islamic institutions like the ISNA (Islamic Society of North America), NOI (Nation of Islam), ICNA (Islamic Circle of North America), and MANA (Muslim Alliance of North America), allow individuals to meet others at annual conventions.
The imam is a valued source among these Muslim communities as well.
Within these communities, families, friends, and services are used to help people find a significant other.
However, in non-Muslim countries, like the United States, there is no universal method for matchmaking or finding a spouse.
The principal schools of Islamic jurisprudence abide to Shari'a regulations that specifically state "a Muslim man may marry a Christian or Jewish woman but no other unbeliever; a Muslim woman may marry a Jew or Christian(non Catholic and non-Jesuit and non-Mormonist)." The specific passages of Islamic text that address the issue of interfaith marriage are in Quran 5:5, as well as in Quran . A guardian who is allowed to force the bride into marriage is called wali mujbir.