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No extra brides to be allowed in mosques, guidelines India’s Muslim committee


KERALA: A number of days in the past a Muslim bride made information after she entered a mosque for her personal marriage ceremony and in line with many, began a brand new pattern.

Whereas the household of the bride and groom believed they have been setting a pattern, it was not appreciated by the  Paleri-Parakkadavu Mahal Committee who introduced on Friday that the bride coming into the mosque was unacceptable, OP India reported.

The committee apologised for the accident and vowed that such a mistake wouldn’t be repeated.

Mahal committee is the native Islamic organisation that supposedly takes care of the Muslim neighborhood within the space and the administration of the mosque.

Parakkadav Juma Masjid in Kozhikode, Kerala, allowed a local to deliver his daughter to the mosque for the marriage. 

Bahja Dalila married Fahad Qasim on July 30.  

The committee stated that senior authorities weren’t consulted earlier than granting the household permission to permit the girl inside.

They stated that the bride had violated the norms not solely by coming into the mosque but in addition by taking footage.

The groom’s uncle stated that he was shocked by the committee’s determination. He stated that they thought that permitting the bride inside was a progressive step. 

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