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PostSubject: Mixed marraiges issues   Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:31 pm

Salaam brothers and sisters,
how are you all? i hope you are all doing great. i have a qn here. i thought i better ask my brothers and sisters.... the qn is say you are married to reverted Muslim and his family is of course non muslim.... say they give presents around their religion celebrations eg christmas and easters to your kids.... what are you suppose to do as muslim parents? by Islamic rules and law can you accept the gift and dont take notice of the celebration or are we suppose to not accept the gifts because if you accept the gifts then in a way you are celebration their relgious celebration which is against your religion.... i am confused about this matter.... can i have a knowlegable islamic brother answering my qn please? thank you
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PostSubject: Re: Mixed marraiges issues   Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:23 pm

Wa Alaikum Al Salam WRWB,
How are you and how is your life?
I am so happy that you are asking great questions.
In my point taking part, accepting of the gifts for any non Muslims festivals (Eids) is equal to accepting their religoun as a right path.
There are many Ahadith and Scholars saying, avoiding Muslims to be away from them and their Eids.

Bellow link is saying some of the points you mentioned, especially in 2nd post of bellow link by the name of: Ruling on Christmas & New Year

The History of Christmas & Related issues
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