Where in the quran does it say dating is haram
After being “involved” with a person for a time, and then breakiing up and going through the feelings of remorse or loneliness and unhappiness, and then moving on to the next “relationship” and then another break-up, hard feelings, sadness and then yet another series of dating, hanging out, breaking up and so on.
Definitely a married couple who have both been in “relationships” prior to marriage, falling in love, arguing, breaking up and then going through the sad feelings and repeating this over and over, are much more likely to end up in a very rough marriage and very possible divorce.
There is even an entire surah (chapter) named Al Talaq (The Divorce).
As the Hadith says: “When a man and a woman are together alone, the Shaytan (Satan) makes their third.”One of the conditions of a valid marriage is the consent of the couple.Marriage by definition is a voluntary union of two people.