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In making arrangement for marriage how much legal authority is exercised by the following husband and wife fathers and grandfathers male relatives of the future husband and wivesWomen have a special and derring place in the Islamic world if the religion is followed properly Marriage in Islam is Sunnah and that is the way of life prescribed in the teaching and practices of the Prophet Mohammed peace be upon him and the holy book The Quran talks about marriage relationship and why it was created It says in the book that women was granted as a gift to a man after he made many prayers to Allah to put an end to his loneliness eventually Allah gave Adam that gift in form of women The Quran says marriage was created in order to achieve comfort Spouses enjoy each others company and in order to live in pleasure and happiness A successful marriage is based on strong foundation and certain element Arrangement marriage in the Ottoman didnt seemed very fair to women in fact it didnt even give the women much of choice to decide for her Islam gives rejection of forced marriage and it is clear where it stands in that category The Ottoman Empire law claimed it was founded and based on Islamic view It is fair to say that is not completely true The Ottoman empire law stated during arranged marriage only the fathers and grandfathers marriage cant be cancelled and if the marriage was arranged by way of a proxy for her father then she has no choice and if the marriage was arranged as a result of the brothers guardianship then she has choice what the law is saying is that she only has choice to refuse and cancel the marriage if her guardian was the one gave her away not the father and the grandfather The Islamic laws regarding marriage states individual from both gender have the right to decide
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