Discrimination against atheistsboth at present and historically, includes persecution of and discrimination against people identified as atheists. Discrimination against atheists may also comprise negative attitudes, prejudice, hostility, hatred, fear, or intolerance towards atheists and atheism. Because atheism can be defined in various ways, those discriminated against or persecuted on the grounds of being atheists might not have been considered atheists in a different time or place. In some Muslim-majority countriesatheists face persecution and severe penalties such as the withdrawal of legal status or, in the case of apostasycapital punishment.
I really would like to have a life with him but I know deep down that may not happen Your thoughts.
My family expects me to marry a Muslim man and have Muslim children. William says that the kids may grow up not wanting to be Muslim, as I would like to raise them, and says he would support whatever they want to be. I want my children to be Muslim, but I really love this man. My family and religion would not approve such a marriage.
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