Every one of us would want to marry someone we really love, right? Unfortunately, love never looks at ethnicity, backgrounds, including religion. What if someone you love has a different faith from you? Will you marry him/her or not?
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- Are there other ways that Christians and Muslims can get married, and religious differences will not interfere with the harmony of the household?
- Can Abdul reject some of his religious beliefs about marriage, so that a woman from other faith can marry him joyfully?
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