Can a muslima marry a nonmuslim man of the scriptures?

by Quasim Hamdani, Chicago, Tuesday, May 29, 2012, 19:59 (2548 days ago) @ Hicham Mouna

One who submits to the supremacy of the laws of Allah and wants to remains a submitter, then he/she is advised to find / select a spouse who also submits.

Since we are to believe in all messengers as they were all one in purpose, then the people of the Book who submit to Allah are acceptable spouses.

We may call our selves Christians, Jews, Sunnis, Shias, Wahabis and others. In all these groups there are people who completely submit to Allah - perhaps not openly. These people are also acceptable spouses.

Iman is a state of mind which leads to the acts of submission. Most of the self-proclaimed Muslims do not possess Iman - just look at their actions and judge for yourselves.

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