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Interfaith marriages still a rarity in the Muslim world

By DW
13 September 2019   |   11:14 am
Despite belonging to different religions, a Lebanese couple has tied the knot and shared their elaborate wedding video online. It sends a strong message celebrating their shared "humanist values and mutual respect."

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