Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Hindu wedding for runaway Muslim

[Posted by blog co-author]

Below is an account of a Muslim girl who followed her heart and not her demented religion. Though she still calls her a Muslim, she has married a Hindu student. This effectively means she is no longer a Muslim. Anyway, read the article below about their beautiful love story with happy endings, but especially pay attention to the underlined emphasis of certain parts. It clearly shows the shallow thinking and illogical reasoning of the Muslim mind, and can be considered one of the best examples of how Muslims try to justify their own evilness by calling every good thing evil. Also it shows how they value religious piety above everything else. This teenager girl's parents don't care whether she runs away or not, but they cannot bear that she married a non-Muslim - the love of her life, a Hindu man.

Delhi wedding for runaway Romeo and Juliet
By Shekhar Bhatia
Published: 12:01AM BST 16 Sep 2006
Source: Delhi wedding for runaway Romeo and Juliet - Telegraph

A Muslim teenager who fell in love with a Hindu student on the internet has fled her home in Britain against her parents' wishes and married him in India.

The clandestine affair between Subia Gaur, 18, and her boyfriend Ashwani Gupta, 22, has provoked intense media interest on the subcontinent and captured the imagination of the Indian public, who turned up in their hundreds to watch the ceremony.

The traditional Hindu wedding, which took place in Mr Gupta's home town of Ghaziabad, near Delhi, on Monday, was broadcast on television throughout India.

Miss Gaur, from Plaistow, east London, met her husband three years ago in an internet chatroom. They exchanged photographs, began talking secretly through the night and fell in love.

The relationship was conducted in secret for many months before Miss Gaur travelled to India to meet Mr Gupta for the first time, on the pretence of visiting her grandparents in Bombay.

"I knew the first time I met Ashwani in person that he was the one I was going to marry," she said from her new home in India. "It is hard for people to understand what we have been through. My family have put a lot of pressure on me and I didn't want to hurt them, but I had to be with the man that I love.

"Religion doesn't matter. I am Muslim and he is Hindu. I am not converting and he doesn't want me to. Ashwani and his family have accepted me for who I am."

When Miss Gaur's family discovered the relationship while she was studying for her A-Levels at a sixth-form college, she claims they pressed her into ending it. They had planned an arranged wedding for her with a Muslim. But Miss Gaur defied them and flew secretly last month to Delhi to marry Mr Gupta. Her mother, discovering she had gone, took a flight the next day to persuade her to return home. Miss Gaur claims that she and Mr Gupta, who is studying to become a financial analyst, were forced to go into hiding until they could marry.

They were given police protection after claiming that they received threats from her family, an allegation they have denied.

In turn, Miss Gaur's family told police she had been abducted.

After police interviewed the bride-to-be, officers were instructed to ensure that her family were prevented from hindering the marriage.

"I knew they would never accept Ashwani so I decided to go to India," she said. "We thought if we got married then they wouldn't be able to take me back.

"I was a normal 18-year-old Londoner before this. I never wanted the attention that I have received. I couldn't believe 1,000 people turned up uninvited to the wedding because they saw our story on the news. But if there is someone else in my position I hope my story gives them the courage to follow their heart."

Miss Gaur's father, Abdul, 46, a shop manager, fainted at his home in Newham, east London, when he was interviewed about his daughter's fate. He believed she had been "brainwashed".

The first he knew of the wedding, he said, was when he and his wife, Fameeda, 37, turned on an Indian satellite television channel at their home.

"She is a Muslim above all and she has married a Hindu and that is the most shocking thing about this — not that she has lied to us and married against our wishes," he said, weeping.

"I have two daughters and a young boy and we keep a very close watch on them to protect them. Subia likes London and designer perfumes and clothes. But the girls are teenagers and were not allowed out after school or college and certainly not near any men. But we could do nothing to protect our daughter from the evil of the internet. While we slept at night, this evil came into our home and has led to our daughter marrying a Hindu boy."

Mr Gaur denied he and his wife had made threats to kidnap Subia. "She is part of my body, my first-born child and it is madness to say that we could harm her."

Mr Ashwani's father, BB Gupta, admitted that he was concerned his daughter-in-law was too young to marry but said the couple were determined to go ahead and it was better to allow it than have them run away.

"We are reconciled to it and happy to have her in the household," he said. "It doesn't matter that she is a Muslim."

Source: Delhi wedding for runaway Romeo and Juliet - Telegraph


  1. God cannot be against Love

    God bless them


    (thanks for your comments over there on my blog ;-))


  2. I hope you are fine...not heard from you for a long while


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