Traditionally, Islamic law makes allowances for interfaith marriages only in the case of a Muslim man marrying a Christian or Jewish woman.
A Qur’anic reference is Chapter 5, Verse 5: “This day are (all) good things made lawful for you.
Possibly the permission to marry people of the book (Christian and Jew) was for those who practice the religion, not just bear the religion. Thank you for writing to Seekers Guidance; your question is very important to us.I can only answer your question on the basis of what I have understood of the Islamic tradition while doing my best to consider the circumstances of your relationship.It was while vacationing in Turkey that Miriam, a British subject, became fascinated with Islam.
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