Barefoot in a green polka-dot dress, Ali is a vivacious, naturally outgoing person. Professor Yvonne Haddad, a prominent Islamic scholar at the University of Massachussets, says that Canadian census figures, which are far more detailed than U. census data, reveal the extent of the marriage threat to North America’s roughly two million Muslim women.
She moved to the Vancouver Island city after marrying her geologist husband, Retno Buckley, while he was working in Indonesia. Statistics Canada census data shows that roughly 30 per cent of Canadian Muslim women marry non-Muslim men, says Haddad. I’m feeling calmer now.” Children are the crux of the Muslim law against women marrying outside the faith.
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With Muslims now comprising the second largest religion in Canada, I’m re-posting this piece in response to interest from non-Muslim men and women who are finding themselves falling for Muslims. The consequeneces for Muslim women in Canada who choose not to adhere to the strict tenets of their faith are less severe, certainly less violent, but they still exist, especially when the issue is marriage.
Like tens of thousands of Canadian Muslims, Amina Ali is tormented by her religion’s marriage rules.
And in her more fiery moments, Ali admits, she has told her husband she never would have married him if she knew he wasn’t going to seriously try to practise Islam. That means many Muslim women don’t marry at all, which is against the teachings of their religion.