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Somali Marriage Vs Other Muslims Marriage

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Somali Marriage Vs Other Muslims Marriage

Postby hanad_mn » Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:35 pm

Both the man and the woman make their families more Important to them than the marriage. Each one of them has other " love ones" to consider than the marriage.

You will hear words like

-Naag aan ayeydeey rabin marabo.
- Nin aan tokeey xushmaynayn marabo
- Nin aan walaasheey lacag udireen malajoogaayo.

bla bla bla about how other people are Important in their lives over their spouse.

Other Muslims like the malasians, indonesians and Pakistanis

- Hooyo hadii aysan rabin ninkayga yaysan gurigayga imaan
- walaalkeey has to respect my husband if he wants me to be his sister
- My sisters should not come to my house if they don't like my wife.

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Re: Somali Marriage Vs Other Muslims Marriage

Postby Voltage » Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:37 pm

I don't know what other Muslims you have seen, but Somalis seem to be among the most free from family influence in marriage. All the Pakistani I know are having arranged marriages which they have no say in.

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Re: Somali Marriage Vs Other Muslims Marriage

Postby Enlightened~Sista » Sun Mar 20, 2011 4:26 pm

Voltage same here^.I remember two pakistani girls discussing with me once in front of a whole class mostly cadaan, how they would deliberately get pregnant just so their parents don't force them into marrying someone else, but to the one they love.Those girls didn't know each other but their way of thinking was so similiar.This really shocked me, and the manner in which they said it as well; xitaa cadaanka kameey khasoobeyn airing their dirty laundry like that. I fell like telling them can you f-king lower your voices.But their parents are to blame for their children {boys & girls} for thinking about such desperate measures to avoid their cousins. Before it was marry the accursed cousin and be done with him/her after they land here by getting a divorce hadda they are thinking of getting pregnant to avoid getting married to the cousin in the first place.

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Re: Somali Marriage Vs Other Muslims Marriage

Postby Scarletmoon1 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 5:04 pm

Enlightened~Sista wrote:Voltage same here^.I remember two pakistani girls discussing with me once in front of a whole class mostly cadaan, how they would deliberately get pregnant just so their parents don't force them into marrying someone else, but to the one they love.Those girls didn't know each other but their way of thinking was so similiar.This really shocked me, and the manner in which they said it as well; xitaa cadaanka kameey khasoobeyn airing their dirty laundry like that. I fell like telling them can you f-king lower your voices.But their parents are to blame for their children {boys & girls} for thinking about such desperate measures to avoid their cousins. Before it was marry the accursed cousin and be done with him/her after they land here by getting a divorce hadda they are thinking of getting pregnant to avoid getting married to the cousin in the first place.



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