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Zainab Abd al-Allāh comments on an article that promoted the marriage of Muslim women to Christian males. She cites the views of some Muslim scholars on this issue.
A number of Muslim scholars have urged the Azhar’ s Islamic Research Academy to refute the recent controversial fatwas of the Sudanese spiritual leader, Dr. Hasan al- Turābī.
Several Muslim scholars agree on that Muslim women are not allowed to marry non-Muslim men, despite Sudanese leader Hasan al-Turābī’s controversial statements allowing Muslim women to marry Jewish or Christian men.
The writer gives an overview of a book titled: [Objective views on the fatwa of a wife becoming a Muslim unlike her husband… Should they be separated?] The book is written by Islamic intellectual Dr. Abdel ‘Azim Al-Mata´ni. He refuses the fatwa of Sheikh Al-Qaradawi that allows a woman who...
Muslims are not allowed to marry polytheists and atheists. The only requirement for marrying Kitabi [Christian and Jewish] women is they be virtuous. If the woman’s background is not virtuous, then a Muslim cannot marry her, for she would have two wrongs, a strayed religion, and lack of virtues. A...
Marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian or a Jewish woman is allowed in Islamic countries while the opposite is not allowed. The author argues that if Muslims consider Christians people of the book, a Christian man should have the right to marry a Muslim woman. However, if they are...
Shebl says the series of "Awan Al-Ward" led to discussions that Egyptians were in dire need of. Before the disaster of 1967 [in reference to the defeat of the six day war], there were no discussions about the relationship between Muslims and Christians. People were dealing with their companions on...
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