Islam and interracial dating

15-Jul-2017 03:09 by 5 Comments

Islam and interracial dating

Back when I was young you didn't date out of your own ethnicity. BECKEL: It was a stretch but I was trying to find something we could relate to.But in Europe and other places, this mingling that's going on here, younger people are beginning to find this acceptable.

Perhaps in Muhammad’s mind no woman could ever convert a Muslim man, if he is a traditionalist.Today, this is especially true if he comes from a hard line region in an Islamic country or a hard line Muslim family.Therefore, Christian women must be careful about marrying Muslim men.As the interview began, the host asked the Muslim guest whether he was married. The radio host pressed home the point, saying that the guest’s first statement was a little misleading, wasn’t it? Then, if I recall correctly, the radio host sensed his guest’s unease and changed the subject. Beyond any doubt, Islam is patriarchal, so a Muslim man must have final control in the relationship.He replied that Islam is so open and tolerant that he is married to a Christian. However, the quick-minded interviewer asked him if Islam allows a Jewish man or a Christian man to marry a Muslim woman. This short article from a Muslim website, representing many others, says about religiously mixed marriages: It is not permissible for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man. For example, Sura says that a husband may hit his wife, but no verse in the Quran says a wife may hit her husband—as if domestic violence in any form is acceptable.These words, much older than the term miscegenation, are derived from the Late Latin mixticius for "mixed", which is also the root of the Spanish word mestizo.

Portuguese also uses miscigenação, derived from the same Latin root as the English word.

And that's the thing that is sort of scary because they're getting exposed to it on a daily basis.

GUTFELD: I don't know if you can compare affection for radicalization to mixed dating.

One man even cut short a trip abroad, at his wife’s behest, to be present.“Mixed marriage,” the canonical term for marriage between a Catholic and a member of another Christian church, is a fact of life in America’s religiously plural society.

But many may not realize how prevalent it is among Catholics.

We sure want to keep ours from being further mongrelized …