Religious dating rules
The Koran does not mandate inequality between men and women.
Officially, men and women enjoy equal rights and duties in the practice of Islam and also equality in the marriage relationship.
All Muslims belong to a community of believers called the ummah.
This community is—theoretically—united in certain beliefs and practices.
Well over one billion people practice some form of the faith, and a majority of the faithful put religion at the heart of how they live their lives.
In many areas where the Koran is open to interpretation, Muslims will look for guidance to the life of Muhammad.Such is the case where it applies to the allowable age of consent for marriage.It was written that the Prophet’s favorite wife was Aisha, who was betrothed to him at the age of nine.Women are not permitted to marry more than one man, traditionally because of the difficulty of proving which man fathered which son.When in doubt, Muslims will often seek instruction from the life of Muhammad.