A Little Bit About Me
Asalamualaykum warahamtullahi wabarakatu my name is Mohamed Yusuf, I am a 20 year old from London. I am currently doing in apprenticeship in digital and also working part time to support my family. Essentially the reason I am on this site is to find myself a spouse not a girlfriend nor something which will be temporary but someone who I can spend the rest of my life and grow old with and someone who can help me strive and work hard for Jannah. However, before I end this I would just like to say that I don't want someone who will judge me on the way I look and assume that I'm a certain type of person when only Allah knows what's in the heart. Meaning that if you think a certain way of me please don't waste myself and your time also if a beard is vital for you then also do not waste my time as I have not been blessed with that yet and I only have hair up to my jaw alhamdulilah though cannot complain the way Allah has created me. Sorry about all that if you have reached this point and you are interested leave me a message and inshallaah I will get back to you, I am a nice and joyful person I promise you 😂😭
What I Am Looking For
I am looking for someone who fears Allah (swt) upon the quran and Sunnah. Age is not an issue as the prophet married Khadijah although, they had a big age difference.
Someone who inshallaah prays her salah as I am not the most religious of individuals although, I pray all my salah's I want that type of wife who will get me to go masjid in the days where my emaan is low.
Please I would much rather have someone who is better than me in the deen as we are on the same level or I am better than you we could slip up due to the shaitan's tricks.
Also a few basic things such as don't say "hi or hey" start off by saying "Asalamualaykum".
I don't know of better true love than this:
Aisha and the Prophet would use code language with each other denoting their love. She asked the Prophet how he would describe his love for her. The Prophet Muhammad answered, saying: “Like a strong binding knot.” The more you tug, the stronger it gets, in other words.
Every so often ‘Aisha would playfully ask, “How is the knot?” The Prophet would answer, “As strong as the first day (you asked).”
I want to be able to go through tough times which others may g through divorce and other things that me and my spouse can go through it and come out still together that is true love. Umar (رضي الله عنه) said this to a man who wanted to divorce his wife: “Why do you want to divorce her?” He said, “I do not love her.” ‘Umar RA said, “Must every house be built on love? What about loyalty and appreciation?”.