Australian Muslim Marriage was established in November 2012. AMM is the world's first marriage website (endorsed by Sheikhs) based on Islamic principles for practicing Muslims all over the world. Located in Sydney, Australia, AMM is a dedicated service to help Muslims who are looking for their potential spouse. AMM not only caters specially to Muslims within the country but also to Muslims from other different parts of the world - meaning Muslims from every country are eligible to register on our website. By the Grace of Allah (subhana wa ta'ala), we are humbled to have gained a lot of love, trust and respect from the Muslim community and we are really glad to see our brothers and sisters getting married through our platform. AMM has a dedicated team of staff who regularly maintains the database and monitors it to protect your privacy and to have control over any malicious activities on the website.
Marriage is certainly one of the most important chapters in our lives. After looking at the growing number of Muslims in Australia alhumdulilah, we thought this to be a mandatory service, which was incumbent upon those responsible for the community. Our main aim is to unite families through marriage and to build harmony and peace in our already troubled community, specially in the West, where there not many established organizations for this cause. AMM provides this platform which encourages the Muslim youths who are looking to get married. The increasing number of singles, divorced and widows in our community is alarming and sad. May Allah bless everyone. Ameen!!
We also want our youth to keep away from fitnah (test and trials) and other unethical activities by providing a halal (lawful) platform where they can find their potential spouse. It is also easy for reverts alhumdulilah and people form various other cultural background to find their spouse on AMM. Sometimes, brothers and sisters shy away from asking each other for marriage. With AMM, every Muslim has the option to choose a spouse from anywhere, while maintaining their privacy.
"And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquillity in them; and He placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought."
We pray that Allah (azza wa jal) grants you success in this world and in the hereafter. Ameen!!
SHEIKH BILAL DANNOUN
Sheikh Bilal Dannoun is one of the most eminent Muslim Marriage Celebrants in Sydney, Australia. Sheikh runs various marriage seminars, marriage courses and gives marriage counselling as well. Alhumdulilah, the Sheikh is highly receptive in different parts of the world.
SHEIKH ABU BAKR ZOUD
Sheikh Abu Bakr Zoud is one of the most prominent Qur'an teachers in Australia. Having gained knowledge from Egypt and Islamic University of Madinah, Sheikh Abu Bakr is widely respected everywhere. Sheikh holds many lectures on Tafseer of Qur`an in Sydney and is also a civil marriage celebrant.
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The Prophet (peace be upon him) encouraged marriage during the youthful years: “O young men, whoever among you can afford to get married, let him do so, and whoever cannot afford it, let him fast, for that will be a shield for him.” (Bukhari)
These words indicate that what is prescribed for the one who is able to get married to hasten in doing so. Hastening to get married, for a younger person is the Sunnah for whoever can afford the expenses of marriage and fulfill the associated duties. Allah says: “…If they should be poor, Allah will enrich them from His bounty, and Allah is all-Encompassing and Knowing.” [24: 32] This verse reminds me of tradesman who relates how after he got married, Allah open up a door of wealth for him and that after Allah blessed him with his first child, another door of wealth opened up for him. If a person sincerely puts his trust in Allah, there is the hope that Allah will help such a person and grant him provisions.
The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “There are three whom Allah is bound to help: the Mujaahid who strives for the sake of Allah, the Mukaatib (a slave who has made a contract of manumission with his master) who wants to pay off his manumission, and a man who gets married, seeking to remain chaste.” (Tirmidhi) – www.bilaldannoun.com