Well, while its good to have deen and ethics, having financial resources is paramount these days. Bills, rent, food expenses (& ofcourse jamaat taxes) can't be paid with deen and ethics. @Al Noor, by chance if you own a business, do you ask your customer if he is deeni, prays 5 time namaaz, or do his background check for any crime before selling him your products or services. Or will you give your products or services for free to a customer who is good in ethics and deeni. Come on, in matrimonial issues, it is good that a person displays his intentions openly instead of hiding it! You can't search for perfection everywhere. And even if 1 asks for ethics and deen in a matrimonial ad, the responder (irrespective of his character) will never say that I am not ethical or I am not deeni. Also, a matrimonial ad doesn't lead to marriage directly. It seems, like you are a Farishta and consider all others as sinners! No1 is ideal in this world. Everybody's life and story is different! If you think like this, you will be more at peace!
Al-Noor wrote:very well noticed, jazakallah.
when ever I need good laugh I visit this matrimonial section and laugh a lot, it's a shame instead of looking for partners who are perfect in deen and good in ethics these morons are demanding for money, status and class.
But again many times I find genuine ad and I always pray for them.