Readers, this is a long story about some small silly issues relating to within faith marriages. When will parents change? Enjoy reading! Raquib says: May 5, 2013 at 5:16 pm Salaam alaikum. Congratulation. You (Raman) are lucky to make it happen. Alhumdullilah. I am in the similar situation. I am a Bangladeshi Muslim and my [...]
Mrs. Robinson says: April 21, 2013 at 9:20 am Hello readers, Please read following texts about islamic relgiion:- 164 Jihad Holy War Verses in the Koran [*2.178]…retaliation is prescribed for you in the matter of the slain… [*2.179] …there is life for you in (the law of) retaliation, O men of understanding, that you may [...]
It is Jewish traditions to have their children Bris and Bar Mitzvah ceremonies. The Bris (circumcision) is a religious ceremony performed on 8th day of childbirth. The Bar- (or Bat- for a girl) Mitzvah is a religious ritual performed at age of 12-13 to announce the child a Jew. The child has to commit to [...]
Nirmla says: May 12, 2012 at 6:01 pm I heard mixed opinions from so many people before I married my Moslem husband, in the end I went with my emotions which said “as long as we 2 are happy that is enough, doesn’t matter about the difference in religion” That was 10 years ago. I [...]
Robin says.… March 18, 2012 at 10:40 am I am a Christian mother (Catholic) of a son who is planning to marry a Hindu girl. I struggle with, and I have struggled with the exclusivity of Christianity for quite some time. I consider myself liberal and tolerant, and I am still searching for an explanation [...]
Here, a former-Hindu named Hinu married to a Christian. Her husband believes that it is sin to be a part of Garba dance, sin to eat prasad and sin for Christians to enter a Hindu temple; however on the other side, even he hates Hindus he dated a Hindu girl, he made her lie to her parents, believes that it’s good to convert any Hindu girl into Christianity, under love-pressure made her change her religion against her wishes, does not allow a Hindu God in their home, made her sit in a church for hours and now physically hurting her. If he has done all these to follow God’s commandments, one has to wonder what kind of God or “weird religion” he is following.
i got married to a muslim guy 8 months back, left my family n everything for him…I also thought he n his family are very free for all things..he n his family members loved me very much before getting married, but after marriage it was very different n they have a very harsh n rude nature…i could not live with him, it was impossible..I have just applied for Divorce.
In the Western world, it is quite common for young adults date someone from another faith during their college years; therefore it should come as no surprise that about a third of young generation of Hindus (Jains and Sikhs) marry Christians, Jews and Muslims (Abrahamics) in America. This rate is expected to increase over years. [...]
In my Opinion, Observation or an Experience, we as Parents, are usually left with no options, but to Yield or Concede to our Children’s Choices, they have Chosen. I feel as a Parent, in such situations of Inter-Faith Marriages, the Children are looking at Today, aware of but not Concerned about Tomorrow, for example Children after Marriage…..