If you are a Muslim female who feels that she has been lacking in her religious duties, it is not too late to turn that around, regardless of your age or what you have done.When a women turns Baliq she knows what needs to be done in order to become a better women in the future.A polytheist woman would have to convert to Islam if she would want to get married to a Muslim man, according to Islamic principles.(See verse below) Muslim women are forbidden from marrying non-Muslim men according to Islamic law.
so if you don’t like knowing about the ending of books, don’t read this review! A hijabi on the cover (okay, so she’s wearing jeans…), and (seemingly) good reviews from when I did a quick Google search on it.
There also exists a minority view that does permit women who have converted to Islam to remain with non-Muslim spouses as an exception to the general rule.
Under Islamic law, if a non-Muslim woman is married to a non-Muslim, and she converts to Islam, the marriage is suspended until her husband converts to Islam.
I would hope that any Muslim considering marrying a non-Muslim will abandon that idea immediately and instead focus on marrying chaste, believing Muslim women.
There are basically two types of mixed marriages: Halal (permissible), and Haraam (forbidden).