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Maryam Mushtaq

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Assalam Alaikum, Is it allowed for a shia boy to marry a Sunni girl,  given that she does not hold Ali in a high esteem. Moreover,  she is very negative about Shia traditions. But she will not force her husband to abandon his faith nor will impose Sunni belief on him. Her nature is really negative about shia Islam.  The fact remains that both of them love each other and their families are convinced for their marriage.  The boy loves her more than she loves him.  

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In Islam a man is allowed to marry a kitabi, or another muslim from the opposing sect for example, (given that she is not a nasibi). It is allowed because the children "inherit" their father so to speak. In this case the children of the shia "boy", would have to be shi'i. If there is a possibility that, this will not happen, it is not allowed.

 

PS: a relationship where the is not mutual ie. 50/50 love between a husband and wife, is extremely unhealthy.

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3 hours ago, Maryam Mushtaq said:

Assalam Alaikum, Is it allowed for a shia boy to marry a Sunni girl,  given that she does not hold Ali in a high esteem. Moreover,  she is very negative about Shia traditions. But she will not force her husband to abandon his faith nor will impose Sunni belief on him. Her nature is really negative about shia Islam.  The fact remains that both of them love each other and their families are convinced for their marriage.  The boy loves her more than she loves him.  

:salam:

Is it allowed for an overweight person to marry a tall and slim woman interested in appearances who is repelled by fat people?

Yes.

Would  it be a sound basis for marriage ? 

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3 hours ago, Maryam Mushtaq said:

Assalam Alaikum, Is it allowed for a shia boy to marry a Sunni girl,  given that she does not hold Ali in a high esteem. Moreover,  she is very negative about Shia traditions. But she will not force her husband to abandon his faith nor will impose Sunni belief on him. Her nature is really negative about shia Islam.  The fact remains that both of them love each other and their families are convinced for their marriage.  The boy loves her more than she loves him.  

The bolded part is quite strange. Does this girl (is it you?) hate or dislike Imam Ali (as)?

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4 hours ago, Maryam Mushtaq said:

Assalam Alaikum, Is it allowed for a shia boy to marry a Sunni girl,  given that she does not hold Ali in a high esteem. Moreover,  she is very negative about Shia traditions. But she will not force her husband to abandon his faith nor will impose Sunni belief on him. Her nature is really negative about shia Islam.  The fact remains that both of them love each other and their families are convinced for their marriage.  The boy loves her more than she loves him.  

That is a marriage doomed to failure and misery.

How old is the boy? He sounds like he needs to grow up and mature and realize what's important vs having a crush on a girl.

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On 7/12/2018 at 11:17 AM, Maryam Mushtaq said:

She somewhat dislikes Ali

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2132/

He can't marry her. Very strange that any Sunni would openly admit to "somewhat disliking" Imam Ali (as) given the numerous ahadith from the prophet (s) on his virtues and status.

107. ...Similarly, Ghulat who believe in any of the holy twelve Imams as God, or that they are incarnations of God, and Khawarij and Nawasib who express enmity towards the holy Imams, are also najis.

111. Any person who abuses any of the twelve holy Imams on account of enmity, is najis.

 

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On 7/10/2018 at 8:49 PM, Maryam Mushtaq said:

she is very negative about Shia traditions.

How does he feel about this negativity being passed down to their children?

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On 7/12/2018 at 5:18 AM, Maryam Mushtaq said:

The boy is around 25 years but very immature and girl is 22

Where are his parents while all of this is going on ?

On 7/12/2018 at 5:17 AM, Maryam Mushtaq said:

She somewhat dislikes Ali,  saying that Shiite people are obsessed with Ali. Are Shiites allowed to marry someone who dislikes hazrat Ali? 

Allowed?...yes.

Is it practical to do?...no

Somewhat dislikes Imam Ali (AS) is the same as someone who does not recognize the validity and authority of his Caliphate (leave alone Imamat). Best to stay away from people like that.

On 7/12/2018 at 5:25 AM, Maryam Mushtaq said:

How can the boy be convinced that he should give it a second thought? 

Parents need to talk some sense into him. If he still doesn't listen then leave his fate to God. Parents need to be prepared that the girl will tear their son away from them. She's trouble and it sounds like she's got this immature child wrapped around her finger.

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19 minutes ago, Maryam Mushtaq said:

He doesn't understand anything,  when anyone puts this point in front of him he says that " She's not against, she just doesn't agree with a few things " , " If I find anything like that,  we'll never plan a family " 

Leave him be then. His fate lies with Allah.

In time, he will eventually realize the results of his actions.

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