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Love Jihad, also called Romeo Jihad, is an alleged activity under which young Muslim boys and men are said to reportedly target young girls belonging to non-Muslim communities for conversion to Islam by feigning love.Official investigations in Uttar Pradesh had found no credence in allegations of Love Jihad that had been brought before them, with state police chief A. Banerjee stating that, "In most cases we found that a Hindu girl and Muslim boy were in love and had married against their parents' will.According to Qur'an (5:5)"This day [all] good foods have been made lawful, and the food of those who were given the Scripture is lawful for you and your food is lawful for them.And [lawful in marriage are] chaste women from among the believers and chaste women from among those who were given the Scripture before you, when you have given them their due compensation, desiring chastity, not unlawful sexual intercourse or taking [secret] lovers.And whoever denies the faith - his work has become worthless, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers"."And do not marry Polytheist women until they believe, And a believing slave woman is better than a Polytheist women, even though she might please you.Baptiste dreams of being able to "walk on the street side by side" with the woman he loves.
– GFIC) were overjoyed over President Essebsi's decision.
The group's Muslim-Christian couples, whether in love or already married, parents or grandparents, could hardly find enough words to respond to the Tunisian government's decision to allow Tunisian (Muslim) women to marry foreign (non-Muslim) men.
Celebrating their 40th anniversary at the Collège des Bernardins in Paris, they described the announcement, made on September 14, as "extraordinary", "fantastic", "a sign of hope … The older couples among them had only one regret: that the decision wasn't made sooner.
But pay the Unbelievers what they have spent (on their dower), and there will be no blame on you if ye marry them on payment of their dower to them. There, Muslim women cannot marry non-Muslim men, whereas this is possible vice versa, In Tunisia since 16 September 2017, Muslim women can lawfully marry any man of any faith, or of none.
But hold not to the guardianship of unbelieving women: ask for what ye have spent on their dowers, and let the (Unbelievers) ask for what they have spent (on the dowers of women who come over to you). In Malaysia a non-Muslim must convert to Islam in order to marry a Muslim.