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Sharia Divorce

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1 Sharia Divorce on Mon Nov 03, 2014 12:27 pm

Germansoul


Arresto Menor
Hi Atty,
My husband is Catholic and I am a Muslim and I wanna know how do we go about stopping the marriage. He's not interested in converting to Islam but yet he allowed himself to get married in Sharia Wedding. He cannot support me and my child as he is also the one providing the needs of his own family and he's been unfaithful since I got pregnant. Is this basis valid for divorce? Crying or Very sad

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2 Re: Sharia Divorce on Mon Nov 03, 2014 8:54 pm

concepab


Reclusion Perpetua
Germansoul wrote:Hi Atty,
My husband is Catholic and I am a Muslim and I wanna know how do we go about stopping the marriage. He's not interested in converting to Islam but yet he allowed himself to get married in Sharia Wedding. He cannot support me and my child as he is also the one providing the needs of his own family and he's been unfaithful since I got pregnant. Is this basis valid for divorce? Crying or Very sad

Is that allowed, a Catholic will get married in Islam ceremony?

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3 Re: Sharia Divorce on Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:47 am

mykel07


Arresto Mayor
concepab wrote:
Germansoul wrote:Hi Atty,
My husband is Catholic and I am a Muslim and I wanna know how do we go about stopping the marriage. He's not interested in converting to Islam but yet he allowed himself to get married in Sharia Wedding. He cannot support me and my child as he is also the one providing the needs of his own family and he's been unfaithful since I got pregnant. Is this basis valid for divorce? Crying or Very sad

Is that allowed, a Catholic will get married in Islam ceremony?

eto rin tanong ko posible ba na pakasal ang catholic sa ibang religion? kung sa simabahan ata di pwede.

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4 Re: Sharia Divorce on Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:18 pm

AWV


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I'll give you an example one of my friend, she is a Muslim married to Christian and she marries him under Sharia law, he never converted and they brought up their children as Christian and the husband and her children goes to church every Sunday but not her. So in other words, it is allowed for the Muslim woman to marry a Christian man. And yes its also possible for her to divorce him simply because they are married under Sharia law and they do have divorce.
And to answer your question if they get married in the church, that can be null and void later on! sometimes some people get married in the church even one party is catholic but they don't really declare the truth about the other party's religion, if time comes they don't want to be together anymore this is one of the technicality they use in order to get out of marriage.

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