Attending marriages of non-Muslims Hanafi Fiqh > Muftionline.co.za Q: Are we Muslims allowed to attend marriages of non-muslims? A: No. Muslims should refrain from this. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best. Answered by: Mufti Zakaria Makada Checked & Approved: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Source Read these QA to learn more..There is a big difference between love & arranged marriages, or so I’ve heard. But what I don’t understand is how love marriages can actually “exist” if you don’t become their boyfriend or friend first. When you have a love relationship with someone you must get to know the person first before deciding on something big like marrying them! But, if you started to hang out with that person, wouldn’t you become their “boyfriend” or “girlfriend”? Please help me clear this up. 🙂Attending funerals of non MuslimsAssalamualikum. Can Zakat money be used to purchase Medical/Laboratory Equipment in a non profitable charitable Organisation offering community service to poor and needy Muslims as well as few Non-Muslims in village. The subsidise fees income earned from such service of Muslims above Nisaab & Non-Muslims can be accounted/reused for the running of the organisation/maintenance of equipment. Extending this service to non-muslims can reduce their hostility towards Muslims as well as give oppurtunity/platform for dawah and to bring them closer to Islam. Pls enlighten if this is permissible.Attending the funerals of non-MuslimsAttending functions of non muslimsAssalamualaikum WR WB I have heard from some muslim brothers that da’wah to muslims is compulsory but not to non-muslims(at present) since muslims themselves have become irreligious. But some muslims say that both are compulsory. What is the correct ruling?