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JhumjhumI think these typical rules are for those women who live in a very conservative society and economically dependent .For educated and self dependent women rules are same in all religion.I have seen muslim woman marrying hindu man.
Hi there I miss you all long time not to post,,, Any way answering Jhumjhum, in Islam there aren't typical rules for certain people and others for others... Muslims (ALL Muslims) are commanded to follow the Shar'ah i.e rules of Islam. And for the woman you told about (and people like her) she disobeyed an islamic rule and this's up to her. In Islam, every one(who's adult and sane) is responsible of his/her own actions and will bear the consequences of it. Regards
Another thing I noticed in the posts of anon. we don't say in Islam someone's religious and other's not. The question is how much he/she is religiously commited???
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Shiroucat
Hi there,

Living in a constantly changing world, makes me often think, why till now Islam did not progress in some fields. One of those fields is related to women! Like why a moslem woman cannot marry a man of the Book for instance? Knowing that, Qura'an has and is treating a moslem woman as an equal to a man and has given her many many rights. Also, this makes me wonder, does this restriction on moslem women (like interfaith marriage) exist because of a clear religious rule or is it just out of tradition?

Thank you,

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Hey everyone, there is some thing missing that no one had found it, it is the muslim
religion and as I'm a muslim it's not wrong to women or men to marry non muslim person.... no that's wrong the Holy Quran says that every one can marry a faithful person like a muslum woman can marry a christian one or jewish one so to the men, But you can marry someone who is not belibing in god or he has not any divin religion like who slave Devlis or cows or the sun so I'm not here to lefislate coz I'm still young but this is what we learn from our religion i our country, but the muslims can't chang thier religion by marring from another one with a deffirent religion coz it's the last religion ever but the other religion like christian or jewish must turn thier religion to Islam if the marred someone who is Muslim
Al-Salam Alaykom
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Mythical LadyAnother thing I noticed in the posts of anon. we don't say in Islam someone's religious and other's not. The question is how much he/she is religiously commited???

and what's the difference?
The difference is as follows; when you say about someone Muslim or Christian or Jewish that he/she is irreligious, you claim that he/she doesn't believe in his/her own religion.

But how much is he/she religiously committed? means that, from an Islamic view, anyone may be so careful to follow the rules and commands of his/her own religion, but another one may commit sins and mistakes knowingly or unknowingly and sometimes seek for repentence and another may be called Muslim just by name. That's the difference.
Mythical LadyThe difference is as follows; when you say about someone Muslim or Christian or Jewish that he/she is irreligious, you claim that he/she doesn't believe in his/her own religion.

But how much is he/she religiously committed? means that, from an Islamic view, anyone may be so careful to follow the rules and commands of his/her own religion, but another one may commit sins and mistakes knowingly or unknowingly and sometimes seek for repentence and another may be called Muslim just by name. That's the difference.
Thank you Mythical Lady for your reply and welcome back Emotion: smile Thank you to all of you who had taken the time to reply ... So, Mythical Lady, here is a question for you. So, if I follow the rules and commands of my religion which means to practice my religion like praying, fasting...etc, would make one a religious person? I believe that besides praying ...etc, one should also interpretate his/her own good beliefs when dealing with people. Meaning it won't make any sense, if a person steals your money, and then go to pray ! Would praying make him religious?

I hope am not getting too philosophical Emotion: smile thanks in advance for your reply...

bye for now!
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Hi Shiroucat,

Thank you for greeting meEmotion: big smile

For your question, I believe that you already knew the answer because as you know what are the benefits of practising certain deeds while stealing or cheating others?? This is firstly immoral and secondly un-islamic. Islam is a way of life, not just certain requirements. I don't know if you know a saying by the prophet Mohammad(pbuh), I don't remember his words exactly but it was a question by the prophet "Do you know who's the broke?" the compaions answered the person who has got no money but the prophet told them that the broke is the person who prays and fasts ..etc but at the same time he steals , assults and backbites others" He means that this person is broke of good and moral deeds.He's broke spiritually and morally. As a result he wont be rewarded for practising certain deeds like fasting , praying ..etc. Have you got it now?

And for your question would praying make him religious? There must be a little misunderstanding because I mean by religious that this person belongs or relates himself/herself to a certain religion either Christianty or Islam or whatever no matter if he practises it or not. This is as far as I know about the semantic interpertation of the word religious. If you want to make it negative just say irreligious and you mean one who doesn't follow any religion.Emotion: indifferent

You are most welcome,Emotion: smile

Regards,
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