PERKAWINAN BEDA AGAMA DAN AKIBAT HUKUM KEWARISAN DALAM PERSPEKTIF HUKUM ISLAM
Interreligious marriages are prohibited by religious rules, because basically all religions reject interfaith marriages and all religions require marriages to be of the same faith (one religion). In Law No. 1 of 1974 concerning Marriage also regulates the validity of marriages based on their respective religions and beliefs, while in civil law studies it is stated that marriage is only an aspect of civil relations.
In Article 2 paragraph (1) of the Marriage Law (Law Number 1 of 1974) states "marriage is legal, if done according to the law of each religion and belief" jo Article 8 letter (f) (which is one of the prohibitions to get married) The Marriage Act (Law Number 1 of 1974) states "marriage is prohibited between two people who have a relationship whose religion or other applicable regulations prohibited marriage". According to the scholars there are many differences of opinion regarding interfaith marriages, including those of Imam Malik and Hanafiah schools saying interfaith marriages are forbidden to do. This opinion is far different from what is believed and conveyed by Imam Syafi'i schools that women who are free and permissible bookmakers are followers of 2 famous books (Torah and Gospel), they are Jewish and Christian, while Majusi is not included in the halal group.