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Sister Ramadan Q&A

Do you have Ramadan related questions you would like answered prior to Ramadan? Please join Shaykh Yasir Fahmy, the Senior Imam of the ISBCC, for a sisters-only Ramadan open Q&A session. Please use the form linked below to RSVP and submit your questions in advance. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, May 20th at 10:30am.


You’re getting ready to tie the knot, and you want everything to be perfect. So what do you need to do to prepare for your Nikah?

First, you’ll need to find an Imam who will officiate your wedding. Once you’ve found one, you’ll need to schedule an appointment and discuss the details of your ceremony.

You’ll also need to get marriage counseling. This is a very important step, and it’s one that shouldn’t be skipped. The counseling will help you strengthen your relationship and make sure you’re ready for the commitment of marriage.

Finally, you’ll need to get your marriage license. This can be done through your local courthouse. Make sure you have all the necessary documents, and don’t forget to bring ID!

When you enter the Islamic Center of South Florida, you will be welcomed by our friendly staff. They will direct you to the marriage services office, where you will meet with our counselors.

Your counselor will then provide you with a brief overview of what to expect during Nikah. They will answer any questions you may have and help you prepare for the ceremony.

The Nikah ceremony is a beautiful, spiritual experience that will unite you and your spouse in marriage. We wish you all the best on this special day.

After the Nikah is performed, the husband and wife now have certain responsibilities to each other. The husband must provide for his wife and children, and must protect them from harm. He is also responsible for their spiritual development.

The wife must obey her husband, and must not allow anyone to disrespect him. She must also keep the home clean and take care of the children. In addition, she is responsible for the spiritual development of her family.


Anyone can offer to start the Nikah process, whether they’re a woman or man. If you’re thinking of getting married, you can apply. There’s no need to wait for someone to propose to you.


You don’t have to say “yes” right away, but accept any suggestions that come your way. Between application and approval, you can meet with your partner as often as you like, as long as you do it in public or in close proximity to a chaperone.


Two male witnesses are needed to approve of your marriage. They need to be able to say that both the bride and groom agreed to get married of their own free will, without any coercion from family or anyone else.


The Mahr is a mandatory gift from the groom to the bride. It can be anything she wants, such as money, property, or even travel arrangements. The bride is encouraged to be fair and take her husband’s income into account when making her decision.
Marriage is also a symbol of a man’s responsibility to take care of his wife.


Nikah is a special ceremony that couples can perform once they meet all the requirements. The newlyweds say the words “qubool” or “I accept” she repeats three times. The couple and her two male witnesses then sign the contract, which is signed by the Imam.

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