Haram means impure (as in “obscene”). However, there is nothing in the Islamic texts to imply that a married woman is forbidden from her husband’s wife, nor is his wife or a woman under his authority haram; that is, they are allowed to be with him if the two of them are considered to be within normal marital limits. On the other hand, there is nothing in the Islamic texts to rule out women from sharing a marital bed with non-Muslims if they can be considered to be within normal marital limits. In addition, there is no rule that prohibits women from giving birth to or bearing children with non-Muslims (except as some interpretations, such as that of al-Shafiiyyah, suggest). Thus, it’s not haram to have a non-Muslim spouse, because that relationship does not entail what some may take it to entail.
What is haraam for Muslims?
Muslims are allowed to have non-Muslim spouses under certain conditions:
They cannot become Muslims; they cannot convert; or they can avoid Muslims, if they do so with the understanding that others will still be able to marry Muslim women. In one case, the scholars of the Hanafis (Hanbali school of Sunni jurisprudence) ruled that the prohibition against intertribal marriage does not apply to Muslim women.
In practice, this means that non-Muslims need not be prevented from marrying Muslim men if they have this understanding of the relationship. For example, a Christian women living in Saudi Arabia needs not be prevented from marrying a Muslim man if he accepts her because, by definition, she is in the ‘community of the Prophet’ (peace be upon him). In other cases, the Hanafi schools of Shia jurisprudence have stipulated that the prohibition against intertribal marriage does apply to Muslim women and that Muslim men in general are forbidden to marry non-Muslim women if they also have this knowledge. Thus, a Jewish woman living in Saudi Arabia, married to a Muslim man, would need not be prevented from marrying him, because she has had the knowledge of ‘The community of the Prophet’ (peace be upon him).
Is it permissible to get married?
It’s permissible for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man under certain conditions. In particular, if the non-Muslim man is less than her husband’s age, she can be divorced even if the husband still intends to remain in the faith (
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