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In Islamic law, marriage \u2013 or more specifically, the marriage contract \u2013 is called nikah, which already in the Quran is used exclusively to refer to the contract of marriage. In the Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, nikah is defined as "marriage; marriage contract; matrimony, wedlock".
To perform the nikah as a part of a traditional Islamic marriage, start by obtaining an official marriage license from your local government. Then, find a mosque to hold the ceremony, an imam to perform it, and at least 2 adult Muslims to serve as witnesses.
For the Nikah, there has to be a minimum of two male witnesses that can attest to the fact that both the bride and groom say, \u201cI do\u201d or \u201cQubool\u201d from their own free will and without any force from family members or anyone else. It must be the bride and the groom who agree.
Sign the Nikah contract in front of your witnesses. This will make the union official. Sign it in front of just your 2 official witnesses, or in front of all of your guests. Depending on the mosque or imam, the witnesses may or may not be asked to sign the document as well.
A Nikkah, in Islam, is a contract between a Husband and Wife and forms part of one of the stages in an Islamic marriage. The Nikkah will involve the Husband and Wife signing a contract, which will be witnessed by the Wife's Father or another male family member and a male from the Husband's family.
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The Shafi'i, Maliki and Hanbali schools say that nikah entered into by a woman herself, without the permission of her wali, is invalid and void. However, the Hanafi ruling on the said matter is that a woman can enter into a marital contract by herself without the permission from her wali.
Primary Requirements: 1) Mutual (consent) agreement (Ijab-O-Qubul) by the bride and the groom 2) Legal guardian Wali ( Muslim ) or his representative, wakeel, \u201d representing \u201cthe bride 3)Two adult and sane Muslim witnesses, (Ash-Shuhud ), 2 males or 1 male and 2 females 4) Mahr (marriage-gift) to be paid by the groom ...
The Nikah ceremony is the Muslim marriage ceremony. In the Islamic tradition, the marriage contract is signed during the Nikah and it's during this event that the bride and groom say, \u201cI do.\u201d Traditionally, the Nikah ceremony often takes place in a mosque and the leader or imam of the mosque officiates the Nikah.
Primary Requirements: 1) Mutual (consent) agreement (Ijab-O-Qubul) by the bride and the groom 2) Legal guardian Wali ( Muslim ) or his representative, wakeel, \u201d representing \u201cthe bride 3)Two adult and sane Muslim witnesses, (Ash-Shuhud ), 2 males or 1 male and 2 females 4) Mahr (marriage-gift) to be paid by the groom ...
The actual Muslim wedding is known as a nikah. It is a simple ceremony, at which the bride does not have to be present so long as she sends two witnesses to the drawn-up agreement. Normally, the ceremony consists of reading from the Qur'an, and the exchange of vows in front of witnesses for both partners.

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