Q&A (Fatwa)

#1131: On Pecking Or Touching The Would Be Wife Or Husband

It’s not African practice for a would-be wife to be collecting pecks from her would-be husband until they become husband and wife; though the he can give such pecks to the immediate family of the would-be wife.

In such manner, it’s also of African practice for the would-be husband to ”touch” the would-be wife until after the wedding day.

Today, Muslim sister collects pecks from her would-be husband when both are yet to be married.

Is it sunnah for a sister to be collecting pecks from a brother who is yet to be her spouse?


Wa Alaykum Salam Warahmatullah Wabarakaatuh.

There is no doubt that this is Haraam and all those traditions or practices are in conflict with the Shar’iah.

Bārakallāhu Fīkum
Jazakumullahu Khayran

Abū Āsim

9th Dhu Al-Qa’adah, 1442AH.

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