Is it OK for a Muslim to marry a Christian?
Islamic law (sharia) permits marriage between Muslim men and women who are People of the Book (Jews and Christians); in the case of a Muslim-Christian marriage, which is to be contracted only after permission from the Christian party, the Christian spouse is not to be prevented from attending church for prayer and
What marriage is called in Muslim?
The actual Muslim wedding is known as a nikah. It is a simple ceremony, at which the bride does not have to be present so long as she sends two witnesses to the drawn-up agreement. Normally, the ceremony consists of reading from the Quran, and the exchange of vows in front of witnesses for both partners.
Can a man marry two sisters in Islam?
Sororal polygyny is forbidden. A man cannot marry: two sisters. a woman and a descendant of her sibling.