Islamic Marriage Bureau
Nikah will only be conducted after a successful interview with a representative from the Mosque who will arrange an approved marriage certificate to be issued thereafter.
Nikaah (marriage) is a sacred social contract between bride and groom and is strongly encouraged in Islam. It is declared to be one half of a Muslim’s faith. In another narration the Prophet Muhammad PBUH has been reported to have said;
‘Do not delay in three things; 1) The offering of the obligatory prayer. 2) The offering of the funeral prayer when the deceased’s body is present . 3) The marriage of a woman when her suitable match is found’
There are a number of things to be taken into consideration before one can arrange a Nikah such as:
1. Mutual consent from both the bride and groom for the Nikah (marriage)
2. Two adult witnesses who will be present at the Nikah
3. Mahr – The marriage-gift (Mahr) is a divine injunction.
The giving of mahr to the bride by the groom is an essential part of the contract and may be paid in cash, property or movable objects to the bride herself. The amount of mahr is not legally specified, however, moderation according to the existing social norm is recommended. The mahr may be paid immediately to the bride at the time of marriage, or deferred to a later date, or a combination of both. The deferred mahr however, falls due in case of death or divorce.
Masjid Tooba offer provisions for official Nikah ceremonies along with Nikah certificates for those who wish to get married under Islamic law.
Marriage counselling is available to those experiencing problems or those wanting advice on marriage. An appointment will have to be made with Brother Yusuf in advance by contacting us.
For more information on any of the above or to register interest please contact Brother Yusuf.