When a wedding line falls on a bride from another country, there is a good chance she will be married to someone who does not share her religion or culture.
But there is also a risk of a bride marrying a Muslim or a Christian.
“In the U.S., we don’t allow non-Muslims to marry.
But we do allow Christians, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
You have to be respectful of each other and have respect for each other’s culture.
It’s not a religious obligation.
It just is,” said Pamela J. Smith, a marriage and family therapist with the National Council of State Governments.
“If someone has the right to marry a Muslim, it’s not good, but if you are a Christian, that’s fine.
There’s no reason to say no to that.
If you have the right, it is the right thing to do.”
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