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Marrying Syed / Non-Syed

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Is there any issues regarding marriage with syeds if i am not syed?

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14 hours ago, Fatimahlover said:

What is the problem of a sayed marrying a non sayed? 

There is no problem, Islam came to erase all forms of casts. However some communities have taken the Syed status above everything, and created social problems such as the one you are asking about. 

When I say probably yes, I mean it is hard to reform a community when they have been in error for years.

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18 minutes ago, Beela said:

Look it up and see it yourself 

Okay, what do I type?  Why not just show me some sources.  Otherwise, I think it is a custom with no basis in Islam. 

According to Khamenei, Sistani and Fadlallah,  it is permissible for Sayyids to marry non Sayyids.

http://fiqhahlulbayat.blogspot.com/2011/04/sayyid-girl-marrying-non-sayyid-guy.html?m=1

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30 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Okay, what do I type?  Why not just show me some sources.  Otherwise, I think it is a custom with no basis in Islam. 

According to Khamenei, Sistani and Fadlallah,  it is permissible for Sayyids to marry non Sayyids.

http://fiqhahlulbayat.blogspot.com/2011/04/sayyid-girl-marrying-non-sayyid-guy.html?m=1

I don't have sources but however I've heard alot of people saying it expescially the oldest say it too 

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If a sayed and non sayed are married, will the children be half sayed? They'd be sayed too because they're still offspring lol. 

I'm sayeda (is that what it's called? lol) and never have I asked someone if they're sayed or not lol.

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13 minutes ago, j.angel said:

If a sayed and non sayed are married, will the children be half sayed? They'd be sayed too because they're still offspring lol. 

I'm sayeda (is that what it's called? lol) and never have I asked someone if they're sayed or not lol.

Only if the father is a sayed, the son/daughter will be considered a sayed. If the mother is a sayed but the father is not, the son/daughter will not be considered a sayed.

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Just now, Hassan- said:

will be considered a sayed

What's so special about being sayed though? Let's find someone who prays these days before we set our expectations through the roof.

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Just now, j.angel said:

What's so special about being sayed though? Let's find someone who prays these days before we set our expectations through the roof.

I don't see a difference between the two. We should judge people by their merits not by who their ancestry were.

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