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Hello everybody, this topic is one of the most problematic question one may confront considering the in which Islam regard women rights in comparison to men’s, as aresult we must understand the following points to clear out yhe cofusions.

Allowing a Muslim man to marry a Christian or a Jewish woman, is an exceptional rule applied under special circumstances. And when a Muslim man marries a Christian or a Jewish woman, there is no problem, because he believes in all prophets, and all holy books. There will be no problem between him and his wife in this matter, especially that his religion Islam commands him to be fair with his wife even if she were Christian or Jewish. And any Muslim man going through such marriage should have strong belief in his faith, and should strongly abide by his religion.

The reason for forbidding a Muslim woman from marrying a non-Muslim, is that a Christian or a Jewish man believes only in his prophet, and doesn’t believe in prophet Mohamed Salla Allah Allih Wa Salam or any of the other prophets (blessing be upon them).

For example, when this Muslim woman, tries to teach her kids to love and respect all prophets and believe in all of them, her non-Muslim husband will not agree, because he believes only in his prophet. He will interfere in the way she raises her kids, and prevents her from raising them in an Islamic way. And here comes the real problem, because she will have only two options, whether she leaves the whole thing as it is, and does nothing about it which will be an insult to her religion or she argues about the matter, and this will sure lead to more marital problems.

On the other hand, there will be no such problems between a Muslim husband, and a non Muslim wife, because if this wife tried to teach her kids to love and believe in her prophet, her Muslim husband will not refuse that because he already believes in her prophet and all prophets. This is why Islam allows the marriage between Muslim man and non-Muslim woman, and forbids the marriage between Muslim woman, and non-Muslim man. Because Islam respects the marital relationship and wants to guarantee its stability, not because it respects men, and disrespects women …
Marrying an non Muslim person (even it's a man or a woman) in Islam is forbidden.
It's an order from God. I think God didn't give justifications about that. But by logic, we can guess the consequences of the marriage of a Muslim with a non Muslim woman, or a Muslim woman with a non Muslim man when they don't share the same religion.
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I think that a woman of the book means a Muslim woman, not a Christian or a Jewish and men haven't got the right of marrying a non Muslim women too.

Because in Islam, a woman must obey her husband. And who can say that the husband won't involve her in any of his religion's ritual?