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Muslim immigrants to the United States are not restricted to English-speaking countries, as many are more than capable of learning and speaking other languages. This can be a blessing for people like my Muslim brother from Morocco who was born in the United States, but can still speak little English. There vivastreet pakistani are countless other examples where English is not the language of the land, but a way of life for people from other cultures. As we get closer to the time when Muslim immigrants can be eligible for voting and voting rights, we will see this trend continue.
Muslims may not have the same cultural barriers as non-muslims, but in terms of religious belief, they are still the same. If you sweedish men were born in Saudi Arabia and you moved to the United States, chances are your Muslim identity is in jeopardy. The Quran specifically forbids Muslims from marrying non-Muslims, but other verses in the Holy Quran are much edmonton muslim more ambiguous.
The Prophet Muhammad was a polytheist and married many women, including some of the wives of some of his companions. He married several women, including several daughters. The Qur'an explicitly condemns polyandry. But polyandry is not forbidden per se, as long as the couple is not "inferior in rank or condition" (Quran 2:282). So a non-Muslim man and a Muslim woman can be married if they are of the same rank. There are no restrictions or qualifications for marriage between a Muslim and a non-Muslim. In fact, Islam considers polyandry to be a good thing, so it can be practiced. A polyandrous marriage is a marriage of equals, or if they are not equal, then the husband and the wife are equal in rank, meaning they are equally considered to be equal to each other in the eyes of Islam. The Qur'an even mentions that muslims marriage a polyandrous marriage is not against Islam in its entirety, but that this practice should be kept in moderation, which means that the couple should not be superior in rank or condition (i.e. be of the same age). The Quran also tells us that polyandry should not be considered in the first place because it was not in the heart of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). When a woman reaches the indian matrimonial sites in canada age of puberty, it is not considered a good practice to have a second marriage in order to marry off the child to a second husband. The Qur'an also teaches us that it is sinful to use a second marriage to force a woman into a marriage that she does not want to be a part of. The Qur'an explains that if the second husband has sex dating bristol no intention to stay with the first wife (i.e. the second wife has not been divorced) and they want to get married, the first husband can take the second wife's portion of the inheritance, and not pay the inheritance to the second husband (Quran 8:2).
3. Polyandry - A Polyandrous Relationship The Qur'an tells us that polyandry (having more than one wife) should not be accepted by any individual in Islam. It is also a grave sin in the eyes of God and one of the most heinous sins. In the Qur'an, God calls the polyandrous relationship to the same level as adultery and pre-marital sex: فَمَنْ أَبْدَانِ إِ�َلَّاكُمْ إِنَّ الْخَيْرَ بِالْإِرَامِ الْعَدُودِ وَقَالَ: عَلَى الْجَنِي� بِهِ وَسَلَّمْ لَهُمْ يَا تَعَالَى أَمْرُ سَبِيلَ عَنَّمَا إِلَى حَدَ�ِيدِ اِأَثْرَتَيْنَ بَهْنَ قَالَ عَلَيْهِ عَبْدَ ائِ أَبِيهِ إِلَّاكُمْ لَهُمْ أَحْسَنُمْ أَمْرَ مَعَرَةَا فِي حَتَّى عَبْدَ وَفِي رَبَّلَ النَّبِيَّةِ صَلَّى اللَّهُمْ وَسَلَّمَ إِلَّاك� � Qur'an 8:3-5 and they say: "Our Lord is All-Knowing, All-Wise. He has prepared for those on the Day of Resurrection a Garden in Paradise." (8:5) In the first verse, we are told that God knows what you are thinking and what you are planning to do. He is very smart. But what does he know? He knows your heart's desires, as he has revealed to Adam in the Qur'an (1:29) "And I created man from a clot of ink and a lump of clay." (Qur'an 1:29) That is to say, he knows the thoughts you are currently having. The second verse tells us that He knows everything about you. In other words, He knows all the things that you are thinking about. He even knows if you are really planning to do something that is bad for you or not. In this verse, Allah tells us, "We know that you uae girls love to drink wine, and we know that you dislike to marry a virgin. (Qur'an 23:3) You are a man of war and a lover of mischief." (Qur'an 18:24) "O People of the Book! Beware lest you transgress yourselves!" (Qur'an 5:3) That means that if you do something bad, Allah will punish you with death. Now let's take a look at the two verses in the Qur'an dealing with love and marriage. We will be taking them in chronological order. "The believing women who fear their Lord, and do righteous good, with their husbands, are indeed to be guarded against a painful doom (like the one that befell Adam)" (Qur'an 4:31) Now if you ask a man, "Would you like to marry a woman who was once a believer?", you should never go through with that because you are sure that she is lying about her religion. Now this verse says that if you love someone you are obliged to protect that person from any kind of evil. We should always obey Allah's commands. You are going to be punished for your love of someone. So if you can't love him, don't marry him. "And if they (the believing women) fear evil from the disbelievers, they ask their husbands for protection. They are not wronging anyone, so if they fear danger from their husbands, they should protect them, if they are able, from danger" (Qur'an 7:157) We must obey Allah's commands. If he tells you to do something, do it. If he says not to do it, don't do it. Allah said, "O you who believe! When your Lord revealed the Torah and the Gospel, you were not given the Book but in obedience to Allah you were guided." (Qur'an 3:54) Allah is the one who gives life and sustenance to the Muslims. They must eat and drink whatever they want.