Among Islamic theological figures there is some dispute over the validity of these websites; however, these sites continue to be created and avidly used.According to Younis, “Because ‘dating’ is not allowed in Islam, the Internet is an ideal vehicle for a discreet first step in finding a marriage partner.” Individual interests like, hobbies, political views, things you are passionate about, activities you participate in, your family values, are all included to make a user profile.The central event in all American-Muslim Weddings will be the Nikah.
In some societies in both the Islamic world and the West, traditional matchmaking practices do not necessarily include this kind of expression of personal characteristics; therefore, these websites expand individuality while maintaining traditional Islamic ideals of matchmaking.
Considering that there are over 1.25 billion Muslims in the Muslim World, there is no single way for all Muslim weddings to be held.
The principal schools of Islamic jurisprudence abide to Shari'a regulations that specifically state "a Muslim man may marry a Christian or Jewish woman but no other unbeliever; a Muslim woman may marry a Jew or Christian(non Catholic and non-Jesuit and non-Mormonist)." The specific passages of Islamic text that address the issue of interfaith marriage are in Quran 5:5, as well as in Quran . A guardian who is allowed to force the bride into marriage is called wali mujbir.
Since traditional Muslim societies are generally religiously heterogeneous, it is much easier for individuals to find socially acceptable partners through traditional methods.
But if you feel that you should not be able to deal justly, then only one or what your right hand possesses. In most Islamic societies and communities it is not a common practice for young people to actively seek a partner for themselves by following modern and Western rituals, such as dating.