Allah Pak Dictates, “Do not you Muslim males marry the daughters of the mushriks or those of the non-Muslims till such time they accept Iman”. Allah Pak Further Dictates, “Do not you Muslim women get yourself married to the mushrik males or those non-Muslims till such time they accept Iman”. That means Allah Pak Rendered the very decision in Kalamullah Shareef (Qur’an Shareef) that no Muslim males or females could to be married to any non-Muslim males or females.
Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “No Muslim can marry an non-Muslim. If done, he remains no more a Muslim. Rather turns to be an apostate. There are clear restrictions in the sacred Qur’an Shareef in this regard. Allah Pak Dictates in the Sura Baqarah, Ayah Shareef 221, “And do not marry Al-Mushrikat (idolatresses, etc.) till they believe (worship Allah Alone). And indeed a slave woman who believes is better than a (free) Mushrikah (idolatress, etc.), even though she pleases you. And give not (your daughters) in marriage to Al-Mushrikun till they believe (in Allah Alone) and verily, a believing slave is better than a (free) Mushrik (idolater, etc.), even though he pleases you. Those (Al-Mushrikun) invite you to the Fire, but Allah invites (you) to Paradise and Forgiveness by the Leave of Allah, and makes the Ayah (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) clear to mankind so that they take these advices.”Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam clarifies, saying, “Even in that marriage act of 1872, Muslims marrying non-Muslims has not been made permissible. It was told in that act that, ‘Marriages may be celebrated under this Act between persons neither of whom professes the Christian or the Jewish, or the Hindu or the Muslim or the parsi or the Buddhist, or the Sikh or the Jaina religion, or between persons each of whom professes one or other of the following religions, that is to say, the Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh or Jaina religion’. To marry under this act, the candidates must declare that they believe in no religion otherwise their marriage would be void. But if the marriage is between hindu, buddhists, Sikhs or jainas, then they may observe their respective religions. Couples marrying under this act may go for divorces under the Christian Marriage Act of 1869.”
But the Law Minister has proclaimed rules of nuptial ties between Muslims and non-Muslims as jaeez (permissible) by misinterpreting the ‘Indian Christian Marriage Act of 1872’. Na’oozubillah!
Focal Wali-Allah of this age , Imam and Mujtahid of the age, Imaamul Aimmah, Qutwubul A’alam, Awladur Rwasool, Habeebullah, Mamduh Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam of Rajarbagh Shareef says, “The ‘marriage acts’ declared by the law Minister on the last 22 April 2012, in the name of the ‘marriage acts of 1872’ of ties between Muslims and non-Muslims has been a complete kufri, harwaam, un-permissible and clear apostasy in views of the Shari’ah.”
Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says “The history of this special marriage is: One Keshab Chandra Sen, (1838-1884), a leader of the Indian Branmha Samaj came up in answering certain questions of whether brahmas are hindu or not and if not, how their marriages shall be solemnized as those of the hindus and if that is so, how the brahma children would inherit their properties? Keshab Chandra Sen declared, members of any religion may become a member of the brahma society. In such case, if a Muslim or a christian coverts to brahma society, then what would be their wedding rituals? To have legal answers to these queries, Keshab took initiative and approached the brahma society in an Indian brahma convention on the 20th of October 1867 to find out the best options for bramha marriages. While the ‘civil marriage act’ supported by the British government was presented in 1868, it was told that, ‘if any hindu or Muslim or believers of any other Indian religions grows disrespect for his religion and without openly abandoning that, does marry as per the wedding rules of that religion, his marriage shall be considered as void in the courts’. But this gave rise to huge hue and cry in the society then and so instead of passing, this act was sent to a revision committee for a re-consideration. The ‘revision committee’ took long two years to have various options and then put up recommendations for ‘brahma marriage act’. Finally after prolonged debates, disputes and deliberations, brahma marriage systems took shape of ‘civil marriage acts’ and got passed.”
Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “‘The special marriage act’ introduced for the survival of the brahma samaj cannot be applicable for the Muslims. Muslims’ life code is the sacred Qur’an Shareef. And Allah Pak Dictates in Qur’an Shareef, “O you who believe! Enter perfectly in Islam (by obeying all the rules and regulations of the Islamic religion)”. (Sura Baqara, Ayah Shareef 208). Therefore instead of perfectly entering in Islam, there are no options of accepting any non-Muslims wives. Hadis Shareef has clear references that, “Everyone is a custodian and shall be questioned about the things (wife, children) he looked after”. So anyone having a non-Muslim wife or children shall have no answer.”
Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “A Muslim defying the Ayah Shareef of the Qur’an Shareef would otherwise become an apostate and considering a harwaam as Halal also makes him so. Marrying a non-Muslim for a Muslim is harwaam. Therefore, any Muslim marrying a non-Muslim would turn to be an apostate, his marriage shall not be acceptable and his offspring would also not be legitimate.”
Mujaddidey A’azwam Hadrat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “Making the special marriage act of 1872 permissible for the Muslims by the Law minister and appointing a special ‘Kazi’ for the purpose by his APS shall never be accepted by the 97% population of Bangladesh, the pious Muslims. This would lead to many puzzled young Muslims marrying non-Muslims, making them apostates as a consequence. Their offspring would be illegitimate. Therefore at the cost of life and properties, 97% Muslims would defend that. But a government with the electoral pledges of ‘not having passed any laws contrary to Qur’an Shareef and Sunnah Shareef ‘ should come forward on their own in this regard. Or else they would be established as ‘promise-breakers’ and people would also reject them!”Source: The Daily Al Ihsan