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renouncing of islam to marry non islam
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asked on May 7, 2010 at 23:46
by   bunnies
My boyfriend's father converted to islam many years ago. And he had secretly gotten a islam birth certificate for my boyfriend whom which has never practiced any islam lifestyle or prayers. instead he was raised a Christian since a toddler. He only found out about this islam status in his ic when he re-did his ic during his teenage years.

Is there a way for him to get rid of this 'religion' status in his ic and have back his faith of which he has practiced all his life?
This is very critical for me as i am a Christian and we wish to get married but we can't do so as long as he had this status with him because both of us are not willing to be under any muslim/islam religion.
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 04:50
by   vkpc
Get a new boyfriend.
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 12:58
by   straight_forward
vkpc is immature and dumb as usual, he thinks this is a comedy forum or his playground. he still thinks that he is funny, duh... grow up dude..... people get tired of your stupid comment, don't you get that.....

So are you gonna get upset with the way I commented you now? Well this is the kind of reaction you will get for being dumb with your comments.....
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 21:41
by   virnicia
I think vkpc is right.  It is extremely difficult to renounce islam in M'sia.
You should heed his advice.
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 22:02
by   bunnies
I am not willing and im not interested in looking for another boyfriend. If there is no way in malaysia, i would appreciate if someone knows anything to get married overseas or some sort of suggestions which i might consider.

If love is so easily forgotten, then that is not love. So vkpc may be just wrong if asking me to find another boyfriend. Plus, i noticed most of his advice are somewhat negative in lots of other post.

sorry for being crude but i don't appreciate people who just tries and find the easy way out which is avoid. So finding a new bf is just same like asking me to avoid. so no.
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 22:09
by   vkpc
Love is not a prerequisite for marriage.
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answered on May 8, 2010 at 22:27
by   bunnies
love is the MAIN reason marriage was created by God.

Honestly, vkpc, from my opinion, u either went through a bad marriage and not know the meaning of love or you're just not here to really help.

So spare your negativity in such discussions.
I came to this forum to seek positive or maybe some possible suggestions and not for some negative immature comments.
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answered on May 9, 2010 at 07:57
by   vkpc
Research shows that 90% of people do not marry the person they love most.
If you don't know this, it must be because you haven't been married before.

The person you love most could be already married, too old, from the wrong religion, stay too far, his mum don't like you,
too poor, cacat, a drug addict, don't love you, physically abusive etc etc etc.

If everybody wants to marry the person they love most, they would be a lot of social problems including bigamy.
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answered on May 9, 2010 at 13:13
by   bunnies
i'm not here to debate. So, just SPARE me the negativity.
Your negative suggestions are not welcome here. You portray yourself as someone to be bitter and negative who probably has failed in love. So yea, pls SPARE me your negative thoughts.

Cheers,
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answered on May 9, 2010 at 15:40
by   straight_forward
Dear VKPC,

1. Where did you get the crap about "Research shows that 90% of people do not marry the person they love most"? Are you saying that we should all blindly follow this research because some dumb people chose to believe it?

2. Assuming that you are married, then you are also falling under the "90% of people do not marry the person they love most", have you told your wife lately that she is not the person you love the most but you married her anyway? Have you told you kids that their mother is not the person you love the most and that you married her and have kids with her anyway?

3. Assuming that you understand what love is about, and that you are with the person you love the most, is the person you love the most one of the following: already married/ too old/ from the wrong religion/ stay too far/ her mum don't like you/ too poor/ cacat/ a drug addict/ don't love you/ physically abusive etc etc etc. and if yes, are you gonna get yourself a new gf soon?

4. So as you said "90% of people do not marry the person they love most", I assume your parents are also falling under this 'did not marry the person they love most' unfortunate category and they only got married for the sake of getting married, because you said 'Love is not an assential for marriage". So in this case, you are the result of this "'did not marry the person they love most' loveless marriage. Are you? If yes, then I understand how much it f*cked up your head and beliefs.

5. Assuming that you are not married, then who are you to judge Ms Bunnies about not knowing your crap about the "90% research shows that people do not marry the person they love most"? What a crap......

6. Are you saying that 'true love' only exist in bigamy relationship or in other kind of social problems?



Dear Virmicia,

1. Assuming that Virmicia is not VKPC (but I doubt that), so Virmicia are you too the product of the "90% of people do not marry the person they love most" marriage? Are your parents in bigamy?

2. Are you married or in bigamy relationship? If yes, is your marriage also falling under the "90% of people do not marry the person they love most" category? Or do you prefer bigamy?

3. Do you have kids? If yes, then according to VKPC' beliefs about marriage and love, your kids must be under the "90% of people do not marry the person they love most". How do you intend to educate your kids about love and marriage?

4. Are you gonna use VKPC beliefs of the "90% of people do not marry the person they love most" & that VKPC's "Love is not a prerequisite for marriage" motto to educate your kids? Are you?

Anyway, I think VKPC will again avoid my comment about him, and he will transforms into "Virmicia" to support his own dumb comments again. VKPC and Virmicia are the same person. Why bother creating other nickname to support his own dumb comments. But I believe, this time he's gonna create a different nickname to back up his crap. Let's wait and see.....

PS: Beware of VKPC & Virmicia's advice everybody, don't let his crap put you down, he is unstable and has serious problems..............
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answered on May 9, 2010 at 20:13
by   vkpc
If a married man is the person you love most, should you do anything and everything to marry him?
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