A shahih hadith states:
A woman may be married for four things: her wealth, her lineage, her beauty and her religious commitment. Seek the one who is religiously-committed, may your hands be rubbed with dust.
[Narrated by Bukhari-Muslim]
Say, a woman is, being proposed by a number of good men, being asked if the man can propose her, being asked if there is no other man proposing her at the moment.
Say she choses one of them.
My question is, if she puts some other criteria aside from this man's religious commitment, is it permissible in Islam according to Quran and Hadith (and the above one)?
Let's say these criteria are like a man:
- taller than her
- who can speak English (because she's learning English)
- with a beard
- that is not too fat nor too skinny
- man that is wiser and more resolute than her. And so forth.
If she does have a man's being religiously-committed as part of the criterion for accepting his/their marriage proposal(s), is it permissible to include other criteria, such as those mentioned above, while doing so?