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  1. B., I have a question. I asked about my dad’s doctor and when my sister told me the name (it’s very American, but I knew she had married a Muslim.) I said, “Oh, the Musim.” Well, she tells me, “No, Kelly, she is Christian and is married to a Muslim.” I told her that they must convert. She said no, that a Muslim man is allowed to marry outside of his faith, but not a Muslim woman. She said that only their children must be deemed Muslim.

    Who is right?

    • Kamel E. the neurologist married a Christian woman who was also a physician Kells (I’m supposing that is of whom you are discussing). However, if the roles had been reversed, he would have had to convert prior to gaining the blessings of her father.

      • If you are talking about H.S., that is correct. You do realise she keeps her maiden name? This is just another reason I believe the Muslims in America are far more educated and not living in the Dark Ages like their Middle Eastern brethren.

        That said, my sister is buddies with Dent and wants him to see daddy.

    • Kells,

      Sha’ria allows Muslim men to marry who they will, but it prohibits Muslim women from marrying outside the faith. their children WILL be Muslims. That Christian female did not exercise wise judgment. He can take her children and flee to an Islamic nation and she will never see them again — in addition to a host of other nasty stuff that goes along with the situation in which she now finds herself. I hope it works out for her.

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