I have heard of Nigerian men born and raised in Saudi going back home to marry and bringing their wives back to Saudi.In Nigeria where I come from, the amount of dowry varies from tribe to tribe but is usually not so high as to be such a discouraging factor for marriage.The groom waits a couple of days and then goes to the Saudi courts to get the document.Then the groom also has to ensure that they have a place to stay, which could be a couple of rooms at his parent’s house, an apartment, or a villa.In her article, Mariam Al Hakeem wrote Misyar is described as a form of marriage in which the wife gives up her rights offered under the religion, including the right to have the husband living with her in the same house and providing her with necessary expenses.In short the woman gives up the right to have an independent home.if i will not find any one for short term Nikah i can involve any wrong way.thats way Nikah Misyar is better for me for save my Eman I know all this because I converted at 19 to marry in morocco and lived there so obviously I know of these if you do nikah misyar at least be honest with the woman and don't treat her bad because it really is nikah for a man.
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you are right statement about this is right i am agree.
but same like me many girls are working in other country's they also need any partner other wise they also involved in Zina .
By Aisha Dahiru Atta For anyone who has ever watched a toddler who has just begun learning motor skills trying to put a puzzle together, you might relate to what I personally call “the mommy itch.” This is the “itch” you get watching your babies attempt new stuff: the one that makes you want to keep them upright when they are taking their baby steps and stumbling all over the place, the one that makes you want to sit in class with them on the first day of school and in this case, the one that makes your hand hover and itch to move your children’s hands ever so slightly so that they can fit the star-shaped puzzle piece into its right slot and stop trying to force it into the circle shape!
Well, I felt a very strong mommy itch when I read an article by Mariam Al Hakeem in marriage seemingly is a new phenomenon in Saudi where, as in most of our Muslim Ummah everywhere, there is an alarming rise in the number of unmarried women.