Thu. Jan 27th, 2022

By Doloris

20 thoughts on “ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RINGS IN ISLAM – Abu Mussab Wajdi Akkari”
  1. Lol subhanAllah everytime i open a talk by this man something becomes haraam…

    1. That’s good. We are learning things that our past Islamic generations have sadly left behind. They have adopted innovations. Goes to show how mislead we have become. Because now the bad is the new norm. & RassulAllah S.A. has warned us that a day like this will come as we get closer to the last day. If we genuinely have a pure heart we shall accept & practice Everything that Allah has shown us to be forbidden & acceptable. With love & sincerity.

  2. Taking complete non – sense making islam religion rough islam is the riligion of happiness

  3. Before medical science discovered how the circulatory system functioned, people believed that a vein ran directly from the third finger on the left hand to the heart.[citation needed] Because of the hand–heart connection, they chose the descriptive name vena amoris, Latin for the vein of love, for this particular vein. Nothing to do with Christianity infact it predates Christianity

    1. Lol truth is bitter , just don’t follow it his job was to inform you and now it depends on you weather you choose the path of Islam or your dirty minded path

  4. I want to know the proof that this is the origin because from my findings wedding rings go as far back as the ancient Egyptians. Some Christians even say that wedding rings have nothing to do with Christianity.

  5. Hahahahaha… this dude is a basket case! Wedding ring predates Christianity. It originated in ancient Egypt. So, it was an Arab invention. There’s nothing in the Bible that talks about wedding rings.

    1. It’s fine to wear silver ring for men in Pinki or ring finger, women can ring made of any precious or non precious metals in any finger. just don’t be the part shirq, I mean wearing engagement/marriage ring and believing in stone bringing goodluck is prohibited.🙂

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