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Three Questions* (Muslims, Shirk, Marriage)
Date: Thursday, 20 December 2018, 8:03 am

Salam Dear All,

Three questions has confused me:

1- After considering the meanings of Mushrik in QXP 2:221 note, who does remain lawful for marriage with a Quran-oriented person, even Muslims with a sect (that surely include all Sunnis Shias as well) are in this category according to the note, so who is lawful?
(Does Mushrik/Mushriaka not refer 'only' to Non-Muslims?)

2- We all know that many very very good people exist in the sects of Sunni and Shia that do not intend to go against God's commands as Shirk etc at all and are not convincingly aware of their mistake.

Does the Quran say good and benefactor Muslims who lived or live as Sunni, Shia etc (i mean all Muslims who live with a sect) will not go to Paradise, or they can go?

3- What about Non-Mulims and Paradise?

I know that the above questions may seem insignificant, but sometimes insignificant things become very important.

Thanks in advance
Best wishes

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Three Questions* (Muslims, Shirk, Marriage)
Kian -- Thursday, 20 December 2018, 8:03 am
Three Questions* (Muslims, Shirk, Marriage)
Dr Shabbir, Florida -- Thursday, 20 December 2018, 5:19 pm