Cleric says Saif, Kareena marriage cannot be termed as nikkah

President of Jamiatul Ulema of India’s Mahashtra says if Kareena wants to marry Saif, then she should accept Islam.


Web Desk October 16, 2012

President of Jamiatul Ulema of India’s Mahashtra state, Maulana Hafeez Nadeem Siddiqui, said on Tuesday that the marriage between Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor cannot be termed as “nikkah”, reported India TV News.

Siddqui said that the religions of both the actors are different, and if Khan calls himself a Muslim, then he should marry according to Islamic law.

The cleric further said that if Kapoor wants to marry Khan, then she should first embrace Islam. He said as for now, the wedding taking place tomorrow is nothing “but a joke”.

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COMMENTS (88)

Atheist Tony | 8 years ago | Reply

I wonder what this cleric has to say about saif ali's Sister Soha Ali who has a boy friend named Kunal Khemu .Who is a kashmiri Brahman

shakrullah khan | 8 years ago | Reply

our ulema must move on and outgrow urge to poke their nose into the private life

of people . There are humendous problems facing muslims of the sub-continent : grinding

poverty hunger disease lack of education moral degeneration ,and so on. They should focus their attention and energies on a crusade against such problems and tell people what guidance Islam offers in this respect . Stop acting as moral police and manufacturers of fatwas.

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