In recent years, a new phenomenon has spread among the Muslim youth – males and females alike.Valentine’s Day on 14th February every year.
It is a mistake to confuse what they call the day with what the real intentions are behind it. The love referred to on this day is romantic love, taking mistresses and lovers, boyfriends and girlfriends. It is known to be a day of promiscuity and sex for them, with no restraints or restrictions.
They are not talking of pure love between a man and his wife or a woman and her husband, or at least they do not distinguish between the legitimate love in the relationship between husband and wife, and the forbidden love of mistresses and lovers. This festival for them is a means for everyone to express love….

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Why do we have to wait for 14th February? Is it wrong to love every day? There is no religion which encourages its followers to love and care for one another more than Islam does. This applies at all times and in all circumstances, not just on one particular day. Indeed, Islam encourages us to express our emotions and love at all times.
Love for mum and dad, for family, friends and neighbours...and love for everyone
Unfortunately, it is not a new things for woman in this modern day to sacrifices their own future and dignity just for the sake to prove, love to their that the only way that can be done to show love?
What is this? Is this really loved? Is this what Islam thought us?
Islam teaches us to be truthful and realistic. Usually, we love because of Allah and we hate because of Allah. Islam teaches us that a male and female can build up a good relationship founded on marriage.
We do not say love is halal or haram because it is a feeling. Maybe it is not under control. You can judge what is under control.

If you have any affection towards a person, you should ask yourself: why do you like that person?If you want to know the meaning of fitna, a great part of it is what people nowadays call love or romance. First of all, there is a difference between love and romance.

Romance, if not checked, may mean wasting time, effort and dignity. Islam teaches us to be truthful and realistic. Besides, the concept of love in Islam is very unique, when a Muslim loves something or somebody, it must be for the sake of Allah; the same applies to hatred. Islam teaches us that marriage is the finest, purest and permissible relationship that should exist between a male and female; it should be the goal that they both have in mind.

Love in Islam is more general and more comprehensive; it is not restricted only to one kind of love, that between a man and a woman. There are many more kinds of love...

There is the love of Allah, love of His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and his companions (may Allaah be pleased with them), love for good and righteous people, love and support for the religion, love of martyrdom for the sake of Allah.