Irene channelFrom Enfield (London)
And I know it will be even more difficult when we have children. But things can be quite different: Alexandra and her Egyptian husband Khaled talk about their relationship. They argued that in non-Muslim countries, mothers will be able to influence the children the most. This means that the couple does not have to worry about deep theological differences. This means that a marriage between a Muslim and a Christian would be unequal.
A friend said to me, "Now you have twice as many religious holidays! At first glance, this divine counsel seems too restrictive, but looked at more deeply, it demonstrates a lot of wisdom. Many women in interfaith relationships, says Sanghera, have been disowned by their families, who in turn are often shamed with hate mail, threats and assault. Instead, it is seen as an aid to growing in spiritual awareness, to living by moral principles, and to acting authentically and responsibly.