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\The ethic foundations in Islamic dating and marriage Maria Guerrero Global Psychology Dr Wise 08/21/2020The cultural universals and cultural variabilities of the people practicing Islamic religion is far different than those of the West. There are two types of Muslim practices. Those who stick closer to the Quran, and those who are a bit more liberal. Throughout the years Muslim practices have stayed almost the same. Leaving the Quran untouched, thus making it sacred. Which is whymany Muslims obey the guidelines and have less results of divorce unlike the Western cultures. With Muslims in Islam who practice much closer to the Quran, it is highly preferred one marry a sibling or first cousin. They are free to choose someone outside of the family, but it will be hard to get this type of approval. Most of the time, the parents pick out a potential partner for their son or daughter. The son or daughter, however, is free to decline. Absolutely no mother or father may force their child to marry anybody they do not wish to be with. All of this also appliesto those to are more liberal except, they will let you choose who you please. They will not make it difficult for their child to marry an outsider as being strict with marrying within the family has caused for many single individuals. Commonly ranging from the ages of twenty-five to forty-