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Cleric gives the condition under which men can marry their own daughters

Mazen Al-Sersawi, a prominent Egyptian Salafist cleric has suggested Islam allows men to have sex with their illegitimate daughters and marry them. 
Cleric gives the condition under which men can marry their own daughters
Mazen Al-Sersawi
He cited prominent Muslim scholar Imam Al-Shafi'i as saying because illegitimate daughters are not officially attributed to their fathers, they can be married to them. He makes the claims in a video which has gone viral and he has been widely criticized for the comments. In the video, Al-Sersawi said Imam Al-Shafi'i is known for saying men may marry their own daughters that are born out of wedlock. 

Al-Sersawi, who teaches at the prestigious Egypt's Al-Azhar University, claims Al-Shafi'I says a girl born in an adulterous relationship is 'not really his daughter'. Because an illegitimate daughter does not carry her father's name, 'she is not his daughter according to Sharia. She is not officially attributed to him'.

What's your say on this?

8 comments:

  1. Morally this is wrong. How can someone married his daughter born out of wedlock? Most of this cleric are misleading please.

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  2. We need evidence both in the Qur'an and Hadith to clarify his claim

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  3. may our creator guide us to the right path...amiin

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  4. If a man has a daughter out of wedlock, will the girl not Carry his D.N.A, as long as she carry the D N A of the man ,he is not permitted to marry her.
    When the blind lead the blind they will fall into the ditch.

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    1. I think you could have seek for the truth as a learned person and not insult. This man has spoken lies and cannot be used as standard

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  5. Please, not a Muslim but this statement is wrong both Islamically and morally. I never believed someone can make such claims and morally think it's correct.

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  6. Surat an nisa'i 22 to 23 has cleared it. It's very explanatory without ambiguity.u don't need anyone to interpret

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