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"We're here to be the new Muslim community, and to be the only Muslim community. To have the new Muslims coming in, they need a new place to come. To have them come to Toronto, and for them to come to Toronto is to welcome them.
The new Muslims must be treated like the new immigrants, with respect. And if you see that they're being treated like immigrants, you have to take a step back and recognize their humanity.
"The way you treat them, they will treat you. If they're being abused, if they're being discriminated against, you have to say to them, 'Listen, I have the same problems. I'm human, and I'm just like you. Why don't you leave me alone for a while?'" This is why I think we should talk to them openly, without any shame or shameful sentimentality. The Muslim Women's Association of Toronto is calling for an end to the discrimination that's directed at them as they enter into a marriage. If you don't like it, you can leave. "Our culture is built around what we think we're supposed to do. And for us, it's something that we have to do. We are the chosen people and we are being forced to become a minority in this uae girls country and they are not doing it in a way that is positive. And I think it's just a shame because we're not the ones who have to do it," said Shabnam Shazib, a Muslim woman from Toronto. Shazib is the director of the Muslim Women's Association of Toronto. The Association has been trying for years to gain acceptance from the larger Canadian Muslim community. They're pushing to get more funding for programs and services for women and girls. Shabnam Shazib and her husband, Hameed Alvi, were married in a sharia court, not a church or synagogue. The decision was made by a judge who was a non-Muslim. The couple were never allowed to go to a mosque for their wedding ceremony and their wedding ring was not even taken away. The decision not to marry in a mosque is one of the most important things that Shazib and Alvi did. As you will see in the videos below, the process is not easy for non-Muslims to understand. Shazib says that she was allowed to stay at a hotel and was even allowed to take a bath. The sex dating bristol couple is now getting ready to have their first child. They have three daughters, one son and a daughter-in-law. Shazib and Alvi are not alone in having this experience. In fact, as a non-Muslim who has traveled to Muslim countries, I can testify that there are many different types of Muslims around the world who are married to muslims in the same way that Shazib and Alvi are married. For more information about non-Muslim married muslims, check out the articles in this guide. If you want to know more about the marriage process in other Muslim countries, check out this article.
Here's where it gets interesting: A number of muslims who have been married to non-muslim women have claimed that their wives were forced to undergo conversion and re-education, as part of their marriage contract. What's more, many of these couples have also complained that their women were subjected to physical and sexual abuse in the course of their marriage.
To help clarify some of these claims, I was able to speak with a number of the women who have gone through conversion. I have edited their stories to remove their names, and to remove references to their conversion being compulsory or forced.
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