Can this relation be accepted by islam?

The relationship has always become a fact during an Islamic marriage. As a Muslim, I can't marry a girl without considering the blood relation. I have read the Quran but I never found the answer to this specific relationship.

{As I didn't focus during class when the teacher was teaching the relative names of people in English. I can't explain the relation in single word}

The relation goes like this: My mom's cousin's wife's sister. Will it be acceptable in Islam if I marry her?

[Sorry for bad English]

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  • I asked Allah she said no sorry

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  • They already apologized for their bad English. How does your arrogant comment help.

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  • I lost it at Mom's cousin what? It's too damned complicated. I think Islam allows you to marry even first cousins so this one looks safe, I guess so.

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  • Allah said no when I asked him, sorry

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  • Should be fine.

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  • I mean you should probably go ask a religious authority figure and not random internet trolls

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  • You are not here to teach English spelling so stop embarrassing him. BTW he already apologized knowing that he may make spelling errors.

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  • Idc, it might not be inbred enough.

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  • You should learn how to use your brain u horny bitch

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  • Marriage is a construct designed to enslave you. Never get married

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    • You are the winner!!

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    • I agree. Remaining unmarried is better than being a slave of a women

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      • Not the salve of a woman, just that you're supposed to go into debt get married and have kids.

        Student loan debt is literally just so you're forced to get a job after you graduate.

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        • You don't need to go into debt to get married. You actually pay less taxes if you're married.

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          • And then your life is paying your mortgage and raising children. At that point you're stuck.

            They want to get you into that situation as soon as possible before you think of other things to do with your life.

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            • Not everyone who's married has kids, not everyone who's married has a mortgage, and not everyone who has a mortgage is married.

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  • What it has to do with Allah when someone indicates your fault? Don't you non-Muslim have any pity for them. Here me as a non-Muslim play nice with them and you don't

    and Allah has no gender you idiot.

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  • Close blood relations is looked down upon in many cultures since it increases the chances for mutations.

    That being said shes far enough away blood wise for that not to be a problem.

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  • Didn't Mohammed marry a 6 year old?

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    • Probably, and stretched her hole open

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    • No, and when he did marry Aisha several years later she was a consenting adult (sexually, physically, and mentally mature and able to consent). You should read about how people mature at different rates in different parts of the world based on different factors(such as war, climate, time period (people were different back then) ) Those are interesting things to think about even from a secular perspective.

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  • This isn't really the place to ask since people aren't really serious on this site but here's youre answer:

    As far as I know, Yes you can marry her in Islam because she is not your Mahram. If someone is not your Mahram you can marry them.
    1)As long as your both Muslim.
    2)You both need to consent(both want to marry each other)
    3)You have an Islamic Nikah
    4)You both need to be ready for marriage (In Islam, this means your both emotionally, physically, and mentally mature to get married)

    You can see this website if you want to know more, or if you have other questions:
    https://islamqa.info/en/categories/topics/36/conditions-of-marriage

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    • True. But why they are not serious? It is IIN. People may have serious question to ask.

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      • Because people who go on sites like this are just on it to waste some time. If people have serious questions they usually go to serious sites that aren't just used for fun.

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    • Also, there are rulings in the Quran on who you are or aren't allowed to marry.

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  • Allah said no when people asked him, sorry

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  • Why do you comment? You're posts are worthless, hurtful and uncalled for. And reported.

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  • Harsh.

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