And I advise the youth to hasten in getting married, particularly in this day and age in which the causes of fitnah and temptations have increased.
[Being] excessive in the mahr is detested in marriage, and it is a source of diminished blessings in [marriage] and difficulties.
What is the ruling regarding the one who left the maghrib prayer on the night of the wedding, and she then made it up at another time?
I am enquiring about the white wedding dress in terms of its resemblance to the suit of the men, [particularly since I am] not wearing white gloves nor white shoes with it.
What do you say regarding that which occurs at weddings in that they call “mal’abah” which consists of two facing rows [of people] and between them are two poets who exchange verses.
Is it obligatory to leave a wedding if [such evil] actions start, and that is after having advised and made clear the issue to them?