I recently download an app from myislamiapps.com islamic nikah matrimonial and i was confuse is it right to find the partner through this kind of sites.?

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There is no such thing as "Islamic Dating " . Andjoining these sites are not permissible. Islamcreates a veil between man and woman and thesesites are trying to remove it. Its totally againstthe teachings of Islam and trying to corrupt theMuslims. The thing is that as Islam is againstDating so these anti-islam people have createdthese kind of platforms to fool muslims andMuslims would think "Hey it states Islamic Dating,it must be halal" . I would advice the muslim youthto stay away from these things.Holy Qur'an clearly says,Tell the believing men to reduce [some] of theirvision and guard their private parts . That is purerfor them. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with whatthey do. And tell the believing women to reduce[some] of their vision and guard their private partsand not expose their adornment except that which[necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [aportion of] their headcovers over their chests [HolyQur'an 2:30-31]You have stated in your question, that girls areshowing their faces in their profiles and people[men and women] can see it but Qur'an tellsmuslim men to reduce their vision. So, you can seeyourself it is totally against Islam.I have visited to your provided link. And I amshocked that the top most picture shows a Man andA Woman hanging with their hand in hand and thewoman has only wrapped a cloth over her facewhich doesn't fulfill the conditions of the Hijab.Hijab is not covering the hair and neck but wholeBody except face and hands. And the girl in thepicture have dressed totally against the Shariah,her clothes are showing her figure, her shirtshowing a part of her chest, her hands are visibletill the elbow and her hand in hand with the man.Holy Prophet (S.A.W) said: "It is better for an ironrod (nail, needle etc) to be driven into the head ofa man, than for him to touch a woman who is notpermissible for him. " The hadith is narrated by thegreat Hafiz of Hadith , at-Tabrani, in his al-Mu'jam al-Kabir (Vol.20 Pg.211) and by theMuhaddith al-Ruyaani, in his Musnad (Vol.2 Pg.323)

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