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Parent's Opposing Marriage

Q: I want to marry a girl but my parents refused her — in spite that she is a Shi‘i —and said 'if you marry her, go away, we do not want you to live with us any more'. What can I do in this regard?

A: There is no objection to your marrying her, but make every possible effort to make your parents agree and avoid doing anything which may hurt and annoy them.

 

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