Malik dating islam
Zayn is routinely touted as Britain’s most famous Muslim. “To be honest, I’ve never spoken publicly about what my religious beliefs are.
I’m not professed to be a Muslim.” Would he call himself a Muslim now? “I believe whatever people’s religious beliefs are is between them and whoever or whatever they’re practising.
That is why these marriages often prove very successful in the long-term.
Another day, another round of Twitter users making celebrities and public figures' faiths a matter of public discussion...
zayn’s a prime example of letting fame get to his head. � pic.twitter.com/qhgh Ofw2XK — bismah (@bismah_x) November 9, 2018 You guys really expected Zayn Malik, a singer, someone who drinks, smokes, parties, has tattoos is every edge of his body to consider himself a Muslim?
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“I don’t believe you need to eat a certain meat that’s been prayed over a certain way, I don’t believe you need to read a prayer in a certain language five times a day,” Malik said. I just believe if you’re a good person everything is going to go right for you.” Many Muslims have expressed disappointment in his decision, and others have sharply criticized the “Pillowtalk” singer for what they perceived as him mocking Muslim beliefs and rituals.
But the Muslim fans who spoke to Religion News Service about his interview said they applaud Malik’s bravery in discussing his faith journey openly.
For me, I have a spiritual belief of there is a god. No.” He worries that even discussing faith “becomes a religious fucking debacle of philosophers.
I just want to keep it between me and whatever I believe. I don’t believe you need to eat a certain meat that’s been prayed over a certain way, I don’t believe you need to read a prayer in a certain language five times a day. I just believe if you’re a good person everything is going to go right for you.” Was it easy to drop his religion, with his family? “With my mum and dad, they were always there to educate us — I did go to mosque, I did study Islam — but they gave us the option so you could choose for yourself.” But he’s glad of his childhood years at the mosque.
Rather, in Islamic culture, pre-marital relationships of any kind between members of the opposite sex are forbidden.