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Like my thread said before. I'm a Sikh guy and I'm going to ask a Muslim girl.

Just wondering if any other Sikhs would be open to do the same. Just wondering.
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Like my thread said before. I'm a Sikh guy and I'm going to ask a Muslim girl.

Just wondering if any other Sikhs would be open to do the same. Just wondering.
Just go for it, it's not like your marrying them 😂
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Like my thread said before. I'm a Sikh guy and I'm going to ask a Muslim girl.

Just wondering if any other Sikhs would be open to do the same. Just wondering.
Muslims ain't allowed to marry Sikhs, lol.
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Well why the hell not?
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Well why the hell not?
It just will not end well for you
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Like my thread said before. I'm a Sikh guy and I'm going to ask a Muslim girl.

Just wondering if any other Sikhs would be open to do the same. Just wondering.
Good luck with that, bro. Depends on her family, but most Muslims aren't allowed to marry those outside of their religion (which I personally think of a being quite a shame since essentially, we hold belief in what can be argued as being the same God).
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(Original post by fire_and_ice)
Good luck with that, bro. Depends on her family, but most Muslims aren't allowed to marry those outside of their religion (which I personally think of a being quite a shame since essentially, we hold belief in what can be argued as being the same God).
Why would you wish goodluck to someone attempting to invite a Muslim to zina 0_o Do you want the girl to commit major sins and go to hell?
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Well why the hell not?
Everyone already answered why not on your other thread. You ask for advice and then just ignore everyone that says don't do it
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It just will not end well for you
How do you know that?
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(Original post by fire_and_ice)
Good luck with that, bro. Depends on her family, but most Muslims aren't allowed to marry those outside of their religion (which I personally think of a being quite a shame since essentially, we hold belief in what can be argued as being the same God).
Nah bro. It ain't one rule for these muslims and another rule for other muslims. One rule for all; no muslim can marry a sikh/hindu.
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Nah bro. It ain't one rule for these muslims and another rule for other muslims. One rule for all; no muslim can marry a sikh/hindu.
It's a rule, but not necessarily followed by all. I know a Muslim that got married to a Hindu. Look at Shahrukh Khan.
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Nah bro. It ain't one rule for these muslims and another rule for other muslims. One rule for all; no muslim can marry a sikh/hindu.
I am asking for the opinion from Sikhs, not Muslims.
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Why would you wish goodluck to someone attempting to invite a Muslim to zina 0_o Do you want the girl to commit major sins and go to hell?
It was sarcasm, considering how low the probability is that he will succeed in persuading her/her family.

Anyway, under what authority are you to say she will go to hell?
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It's a rule, but not necessarily followed by all. I know a Muslim that got married to a Hindu. Look at Shahrukh Khan.
The Islamic rule doesn't allow Muslim women to marry outside Islam but some do. I even know a man who married a Hindu lady.
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Muslims ain't allowed to marry Sikhs, lol.
Sikhs aren't allowed to marry muslims either...atleast that was I was told.



Anyway OP, I don't consider myself a Sikh but my parents are, I'm mostly an atheist but I would say no anyway because I don't really think I'm fond of marrying a Theist/Diest.


Agnostic/Atheist definitly.
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(Original post by fire_and_ice)
It's a rule, but not necessarily followed by all. I know a Muslim that got married to a Hindu. Look at Shahrukh Khan.
Those who marry hindus are committing zina, the rule is there for all but these guys have broken it.

Shahrukh Khan ain't a good example of a good Muslim, he puts the Qur'an next to hindu idols and participates in shirk along with his family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns_Lc1jaWak
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(Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
Sikhs aren't allowed to marry muslims either...atleast that was I was told.



Anyway OP, I don't consider myself a Sikh but my parents are, I'm mostly an atheist but I would say no anyway because I don't really think I'm fond of marrying a Theist/Diest.


agnostic/Atheist definitly.
Actually our holy scripture doesn't mention anything about us not being allowed to marry Muslims, or any non-Sikhs.

Who told you that anyway?
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The Islamic rule doesn't allow Muslim women to marry outside Islam but some do. I even know a man who married a Hindu lady.
Yes, I know. What I mean is that some people, despite knowing the rules, do not practise/follow the rules (like me, ashamedly or unashamedly, depending on the situation). I personally don't see the issue with marrying a non-Muslim, monotheistic person since essentially (I believe), the person believes in the same God but follows a different path to connect with God.

I know most Muslims don't hold the same view, like my parents, but it depends on the subjects point of view.
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