Non muslim man dating muslim woman
If a Muslim woman marries a non-Muslim man, knowing the ruling thereon, then she is a zaaniyah and is subject to the hadd punishment for zina.If she was unaware of the ruling, then she is excused, but they must be separated, with no need for talaaq (divorce), because the marriage is invalid in the first place.The simple reason for this is that the divine command in the primary texts does not extend such an allowance to women.While scholars mention certain wisdoms underlying this rule, such as the fact that the religious identity of one’s progeny is less likely to be preserved in a marriage between a Muslim woman and non-Muslim man, the ruling ultimately is not subject to context nor whether such a wisdom is actually realized in a given situation. If a woman is in a situation where she is in a pre-marital relationship with a non-Muslim man, such a relationship must be ended as soon as possible.Perhaps a close friend or relative is considering marrying a Muslim. (I say "her" because the vast majority of cases are women.) Maybe your friend has already made up her mind to marry him.
Muslim men are forbidden from marrying polytheist women.
She could, in theory, leave the non-Muslim husband and marry a Muslim one.
If the non-Muslim husband does convert a new marriage is not needed. When there come to you believing women refugees, examine (and test) them: God knows best as to their Faith: if ye ascertain that they are Believers, then send them not back to the Unbelievers.
According to all four schools of Sunni law and Shia law, interfaith marriages are condoned only between a Muslim male and a non-Muslim female from the People of the Book (that is, Christians and Jews) and not vice versa.
Islamic marriage rules between Muslim men and non-Muslim women are regulated by Islamic principles.