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“There are professional, Muslim women who want good husbands but also want the help of another woman in the house and a support network so they can be career women,” Janet Bennion, a professor at Vermont’s Lyndon State College and the author of “Polygamy on Primetime,” told Fox News.
“These professional black women want to marry these polygamous men because these are the only good men they can find.” Bennion and other academics studying polygamy in the U. say that the practice is flourishing in the black Muslim community because of the lack of “marriageable men” in the African-American community.
For one thing, there are verses in the Qur’an which regard this type of interaction as much more serious than we would like to think.
All the mushy stuff--unfortunately for those unattached--should only be reserved for husband and wife.
My findings brought me to the realization that dating is a process which occupies a great deal of your emotions and tempts you physically so fast that you don't realize what hit you. The "game of dating" --especially if you're a Muslim-- inevitably spins out of control and becomes very hard to maintain.
I yearned for that one magical verse or explanation that makes everything clear.
The scholars note that highly disproportionate rates of incarceration, drug use and HIV/AIDS in the black community add to the dilemma.