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I am in love with a woman who is a muslim, however I am not a muslim, I am an atheist. Her family does not agree with our marriage, however we really want to get married to each other. She is 23 and I am 29. She is a strong believer in the islam and she doesn't want to do something wrong. I think she should be able to choose who she wants to marry. I will allow her to go to a mosque and pray however much she wants. She can still be religious and a muslim. But we will not get married in a muslim way (?), we will just get married officially at the register office and not in a church or mosque or anything like that. As I said, her parents do not want her to marry me because I am not a muslim. Can we get married without it being a sin for her? Is she as a believing muslim allowed to get married to an atheist?? Thank you for answer!

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  • You cannot marry her unless you convert to Islam. This site should give you your answer. The questioner there has a similar situation to your own. islamqa.info/en/13804 It gives some brief proofs that the Quran is from the creator, and you can find many more proofs for it in other places. And here youtu.be/py74b3cu9FI are prophecies of the Prophet (s.a.w.s). It is your choice, “There is no compulsion in religion.” -Quran 2:256 May Allah guide you. – user5380 Aug 8 '17 at 18:39
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It is haram for a Muslim woman to marry a Non-Muslim man.

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