One day Miriam picked up her old Bible, and a few months later, re-embraced her commitment to Christ.
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But within a few years, cracks began to form in her new faith.
She felt that she could never be good enough to earn a place in Paradise, and that God did not love her.
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When she heard the news, she thought it would be an ideal argument to use in her attempt to "convince her mother", who lives in Senegal.
In their correspondence over the internet, she has listed "all the arguments given in the Koran" that prove their love to be impossible.
In effect, the predominant interpretation of the Koran is that a Muslim man is allowed to marry a non-Muslim woman, but not vice versa.But it's another step forward, sixty years after the adoption of a new social code that banned polygamy and granted new rights to women. "Now, there is only the issue of inheritance to rectify in order to establish equality between men and women.This is Tunisia's last bastion of patriarchy in the guise of religion." Support La Croix International's unique blend of international Catholic journalism by making it available to people in Asia and Africa who can't afford a subscription and often don't have credit cards to pay for it either."But when I spoke to her about it, she just said, 'So, are you Tunisian now?'" Beyond the political decision, it is mindsets that are going to have to change, and the young couples are aware how hard this may be for their parents.Celebrating their 40th anniversary at the Collège des Bernardins in Paris, they described the announcement, made on September 14, as "extraordinary", "fantastic", "a sign of hope … The older couples among them had only one regret: that the decision wasn't made sooner.