Muslim Weds Christian Man in Kerala, Family Face Boycott

Published 26 October 2017  |  
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A Muslim committee in Kerala has called for boycott of a Muslim man and his family after he allowed his daughter to marry a Christian.

The mosque committee at Kondiparamba, Malappuram district issued a statement on Oct. 18, ordering its members to not oblige with Kunnummel Youseph, who had decided to marry off his daughter Jaseela to a Christian named Tiso Tomy, according to Indian Express.

The couple registered their marriage at a local office of the state registration department on Oct. 19.


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