Questions and answers

Can a non-Muslim marry a Muslim in Malaysia?

Can a non-Muslim marry a Muslim in Malaysia?

in order for Muslims and non-Muslims to marry in Malaysia, the non-Muslim has to convert to Muslim before any marriage takes place in accordance to the Islamic Law. The non-Muslim has the right to refuse conversion but he/she cannot get married under the Islamic Law.

Is it allowed in Islam to marry a non-Muslim?

Most religious scholars agree that Islam permits Muslim men to marry “women of the book” – Christians or Jews – thus expanding the number of potential partners to choose from. Muslim women, on the other hand, are forbidden to marry a non-Muslim unless her partner converts to Islam, say purists.

Can Muslim marry non-Muslim Singapore?

Who cannot apply for a Muslim marriage? Muslim marriages are available only for a Muslim bride and a Muslim groom. Hence, a non-Muslim cannot apply for a Muslim marriage.

Can I marry 2 wives?

Under Indian law, a person cannot marry or keep two wives at the same time. Such practice is illegal and liable to punishment. Thus, there cannot be a specific one definite answer to whether polygamy legal in India or not.

Can you get married in 2 countries?

1 attorney answer Yes, you can do that. As you are already married the second “wedding” is a legal nullity, but your family need not be told about it.

Is kissing allowed in Islam?

Questions of foreplay and oral sex. At the same time, there is no mentioning of such act as a part of foreplay in Hadith although Islam stresses the importance of foreplay, as kissing, touching and the like are explicitly mentioned in Hadith.

What age can you marry in Malaysia?

LEGAL COMPLEXITIES While Malaysia’s civil law sets a minimum age of 18 for marriage, the state chief minister can grant girls between the ages of 16 and 18 the permission to marry. Muslims are governed by sharia law, which sets a minimum age of 18 for boys and 16 for girls.