The maahad tahfiz teacher chooses a Hawaiian girl to be his wife

The maahad tahfiz teacher chooses a Hawaiian girl to be his wife

SHAH ALAM: Everyone has their own taste to find their life partner to sail the marriage ark.

Likewise with the young couple, Herman Zulfikar Hamzah, 25, who chose to marry Naziha Nuha Ali, 22, who is from Hawaii, United States on Saturday.

The historic event was sculpted through the Aqdun Mubarak Program: Maknawi Contract Signing Program (Love Destination Summit) Year 2022 at the Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque here where a total of 10 couples were successfully married.

Herman who is a teacher at Maahad Tahfiz Baitul Ehsan informed that he had a dream of marrying a woman from abroad after continuing his studies in Indonesia once upon a time.

“I am interested in foreign culture, not to say that I am not interested in our culture, but I want to combine it, maybe it can be a good one for us and our family.

“We can spread and expand our family abroad,” he told Sinar Harian after the ceremony on Saturday.

As beautiful as the destiny of Allah SWT, Herman said, the marriage was not something he had planned in advance.

The fourth child of six siblings informed that his family and his son-in-law found them last July in a meeting in Kuala Lumpur without his and his wife’s knowledge.

Herman, who was surprised at first after learning the purpose of the meeting, however decided to marry Naziha Nuha after meeting her.

“Initially, I didn’t know the meeting was to match me with my wife because my family told me that someone from Hawaii came to Malaysia to meet.

“But after I met my wife for the first time, I saw that she (Naziha Nuha) is good and has the characteristics I want,” he said, who is from Alor Setar, Kedah.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Director (Operations) of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS), Salwana Ahmad Dahlan, said that the initiative was carried out to increase the community’s understanding of the concept of wedding ceremonies and walimatulurus based on sharia.

According to him, the program was organized by JAIS in collaboration with the Islamic Religious Offices of the Selangor District, Tabung Infak Jariah Umat Umat and the Tengku Ampuan Bukit Jelutong Congregational Mosque, here.

“With a payment of RM1,000, each couple will continue to receive a Marriage Certificate and a Marriage Certificate Card.

“In addition, they also get free services related to marriage affairs, ‘photobooth’ sets, photography sets, bridal souvenirs, barakah food and guest banquets,” he said

source – Sinar Harian

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