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exshia2004

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  1. The basis for not allowing Muslim women to marry non Muslims is because of religious prohibitions. I stated that they are adults capable of deciding who they want to marry in this case.This is not a valid reason for prohibiting inter religious marriages in cases involving Muslim women in comparison to incestuous marriages which significantly increase chances of genetic disorders in offspring and also often rises questions of grooming/manipulation by the older relative.
  2. There is nothing wrong with Muslim women marrying non Muslims. They are adults and able to make their own decisions.
  3. It would depend on your visa and if you have Iranian relatives (such as a spouse) with citizenship.
  4. Complexity does not necessarily entail better adaption to the environment and more "fitness". I was referring to overall complexity. This is not a refutation of evolution in the least.
  5. Speciation does not necessarily result in a more complex species. The new species can be equally as developed or even less developed. There are 2 broad categories of speciation; Allopatric and Sympatric speciation. Maturation of a individual organism has nothing to do with speciation. Branching off species simply cannot reproduce with the original species, there are no other requirements.
  6. This isn't evolution. Evolution happens on the level of a population. It cannot happen in a individual organism. This is because traits are "selected for" by nature and gradually become more common as the organisms with those traits survive to reproduce more often and gradually those traits become more common over a long period.
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