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It is also compulsory for a woman who has no other means of maintaining herself and who fears that her sexual urge may push her into fornication.
But even for a person who has a strong will to control his sexual desire, who has no wish to have children, and who feels that marriage will keep him away from his devotion to Allah, it is commendable (Mandub).
However, according to the Maliki school, under certain conditions it is obligatory (fard) for a Muslim to marry even if he is not in a position to earn his living: If he fears that by not marrying he will commit fornication (Zina).
If he is unable to fast to control his passions or his fasting does not help him to refrain from Zina.
In such a case, it is better, or rather incumbent upon the girl's father or guardian, that, in the wider interests of the girl, he restrains her from marrying such a worthless man and finds a suitable person to be her husband.
Generally speaking, such marriages arranged by fathers and guardians work better than a marriage brought about through western courtship.
These aspects are beautifully explained in a tradition of the Prophet.
Undoubtedly in these are signs for those who reflect." These verses of the Noble Quran clearly show that in contrast to other religions like Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism etc.
The Hanafi school considers marriage as obligatory (fard) for a man: If he is sure that he will commit Zina if he does not marry.
If he cannot fast to control his passions or even if he can fast, his fast does not help him to control his passion. If he is able to pay the dowry (Mahr) and to earn a lawful livelihood.
Whoever is able to marry should marry, for that will help him to lower his gaze and guard his modesty." The importance of the institution or marriage receives its greatest emphasis from the following Hadith of the Prophet, "Marriage is my sunnah.
Whosoever keeps away from it is not from me." With these Quranic injunctions and the guidance from the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) in mind, we shall examine the institution of marriage in the Shari'ah.
According to the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) the remaining half of the faith can be saved by Taqwa.