Each society has its own
social circumstances with its own traditions, formalities, values and customs.
It is natural that the values and customs of societies in foreign countries
would differ from those of our Muslim societies. These differences place the
Muslim living in such societies, in a constant state of questing about what is
permissible for him and what is not.
Becoming part of societies that cater for Western values imposes upon the immigrants (from Muslim countries) the resistance against becoming absorbed in the melting pot of the new values, and the protection of themselves and their children from gradually melting into it. This is bound to put upon them extra hardship to protect themselves, their families and children from the societies destructive influences.