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Old 01-09-2006, 02:22 PM
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as I know in saudi traditionals the female relatives of the groom go to the family of the bride before the male relatives to preapare every thing if the family of the bride refused the request of his female relatives then there is no need for the men to go , so there is no need for Queen to be there when the men signing the marriage contract .
yeah but I dunno mean the ceremony - I think the celebrations or whatever after the ceremony...
I cannot imagine that a mother does not attend there!
maybe I am to naiv and wanna only see the good things or so... but I believe in the good character of every human being - and i think it is really normal - that a mother attends the childs wedding - even if in some religions - she does not have to attend the ceremony.
but she wont sit at home watching tv - while her son celebrates his wedding?
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:32 PM
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yeah but I dunno mean the ceremony - I think the celebrations or whatever after the ceremony...
I cannot imagine that a mother does not attend there!
maybe I am to naiv and wanna only see the good things or so... but I believe in the good character of every human being - and i think it is really normal - that a mother attends the childs wedding - even if in some religions - she does not have to attend the ceremony.
but she wont sit at home watching tv - while her son celebrates his wedding?
as I know most of the families don't do any kind of celebrations after signing the marriage contract .
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:37 PM
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as I know most of the families don't do any kind of celebrations after signing the marriage contract .
hum okay I know some who do it - in muslime religion.
in christianty - well we celebrate everything

but thanks! - good to know but no reason for a mother not to congratulate personally and not through the phone.
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:48 PM
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hum okay I know some who do it - in muslime religion.
in christianty - well we celebrate everything

but thanks! - good to know but no reason for a mother not to congratulate personally and not through the phone.
we don't know every thing about them , we don't know if she was there or if he talked with his mother throught the phone when he was in the house of his bride , we simply don't know any thing .
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:57 PM
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we don't know every thing about them , we don't know if she was there or if he talked with his mother throught the phone when he was in the house of his bride , we simply don't know any thing .
yupp thats very right.
I only make the questions - because so many think she didnt attend.
and I wanna understand WHY that...

if it is a religous reason...
or if it is only that people think she lives in bad relations to her sons.

its only the other side...
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Old 01-09-2006, 03:31 PM
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yupp thats very right.
I only make the questions - because so many think she didnt attend.
and I wanna understand WHY that...

if it is a religous reason...
or if it is only that people think she lives in bad relations to her sons.

its only the other side...
what took place in riyad was nikah or melkah as it is called in Saudi Arabia, which is the religious ceremony and i think it it is the official wedding in SA, it is normally or traditionally attended by men only and as far as i'm aware of ,the bride and groom signatures were witnessed by kA and the emir of riyad, QN was not there she might be coming for the big party planned very very soon in riyad for female guests the wedding ceremony might take place in jordan later and will most probably be hosted by KA himself, i'll keep you informed
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Old 01-09-2006, 04:49 PM
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Tesaweer,

You are right, the Nikah (which is the name used in South Africa) is the only religious ceremony that takes place and all the male relatives of the bride and groom attend.

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Old 01-09-2006, 05:05 PM
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Tesaweer,

You are right, the Nikah (which is the name used in South Africa) is the only religious ceremony that takes place and all the male relatives of the bride and groom attend.

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Thank you Stellad, I think it is the case in islamic culture or law every where though in most countries you have to do a civil ( registrar ) wedding as well.
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OK, Iam sorry in advance for these stupid questions.I don't keep up with Prince Hashem, so sorry if these questions have been asked before.

Isn't he ALREADY married???????
So King Abdullah went to Saudi Arabia to ask her hand in marriage for Prince Hashem?
Where is wedding, if there is one, is going to be held?
If he did have a wife prior to this marriage, what happens to HER????

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Prince Hashem was not married before this. This is his first wife.

King Abdullah went with Hashem and Hamzah to ask for the hand of the girl and the Nikkah (marriage ceremony) was performed there. Technically,they are married but they will hold a ceremony sometime later to celebrate officially and publically.
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Queen Noor was present at Prince Hamzah's nikkah and so were many other family members so I dont know why she'd not be present at Hashem's.
If she was then im sure the articles would've mentioned her name as the mother of the groom.
Maybe they're all waiting until the official wedding reception. Im sure then we will see all the members of the family as well as other guests (hopefully from other royal families)
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what took place in riyad was nikah or melkah as it is called in Saudi Arabia, which is the religious ceremony and i think it it is the official wedding in SA, it is normally or traditionally attended by men only and as far as i'm aware of ,the bride and groom signatures were witnessed by kA and the emir of riyad, QN was not there she might be coming for the big party planned very very soon in riyad for female guests the wedding ceremony might take place in jordan later and will most probably be hosted by KA himself, i'll keep you informed
so maybe thats why Queen Noor wasn't there nor were other females from the JRF. They were most likely just trying to respect Saudi custom.
Because in many other Muslim countries, the nikkah is attended by men and women. As in the case of Prince Hamzah, Princess Haya and Prince Ali's nikkah ceremonies when all their male and female relatives were present.
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Maybe Queen Noor was there, but remained with the women of Fahdas family. Maybe it just wasn't reported that she attended.
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what took place in riyad was nikah or melkah as it is called in Saudi Arabia, which is the religious ceremony and i think it it is the official wedding in SA, it is normally or traditionally attended by men only and as far as i'm aware of ,the bride and groom signatures were witnessed by kA and the emir of riyad, QN was not there she might be coming for the big party planned very very soon in riyad for female guests the wedding ceremony might take place in jordan later and will most probably be hosted by KA himself, i'll keep you informed
well thank you!thats what I wanted to know ...if she could've attended.


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Is the Nikah a traditional African ceremony or is it an Akrikaans ceremony?
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Is the Nikah a traditional African ceremony or is it an Akrikaans ceremony?
It's neither African nor Africaans it is islamic pure and simple performed and blessed just like a church wedding by a cleric and yes it is because of it taking place in Saudi Arabia no photos were published to respect their customs and QN and most members of both families will definetly be at the wedding celebration and be it in Amman we will definetly be seeing many photos.
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Old 01-10-2006, 08:07 PM
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Nice picture of Hashem. Congratulations to him and his wife.
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EL Jood, where did you go? We are all waiting for the big news announcement and/or picture! Can you at least give us a description of the girl since you know her cousin? Shukran.
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yes, El Jood!! :) :)
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