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Marrying a Woman that Does not Wear Hijab

Q: Am I allowed to marry a Muslim woman who insists on not observing Hijab and wearing short clothes in spite of the strong advice to stop that?

A: There is no objection to marrying her, but you should forbid her from committing evil and enjoin her to good. However, if this marriage defame you or lead to vile consequences, it is impermissible.

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