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Shocked by triple talaq, two Muslim women embrace Hindu Dharma for love in Bareilly, UP

In a tale of love, transcending the boundaries of religion, two Muslim women from different backgrounds found solace and companionship with Hindu youths in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. The incident unfolded on Valentine’s Day, when Shahana, hailing from Bulandshahr, and Naseema, originally from Purnia, Bihar, embarked on a journey of love and transformation after suffering from the Islamic triple talaq. The husbands of both Muslim women divorced them, after which pressure was exerted for Halala.

Shahana, who was married to a Muslim spouse two years prior, endured difficulties as her husband’s abuse took a toll on her well-being. The husband gave them talaq and pressured them for halala. Amidst the turmoil, she found solace and support in Omprakash, a resident of Bareilly. Their bond blossomed into love, prompting Shahana to embrace Hindui Dharma. In a joyous ceremony held at Bhita Nath temple in Izzat Nagar, Shahana, now known as Sharda, exchanged vows with Omprakash, marking a new chapter of happiness and belonging.

Echoing Shahana’s tale, Naseema faced similar challenges in her marriage in Agra, enduring harassment and ultimately experiencing the anguish of triple talaq. Determined to reclaim her happiness, Naseema connected with Manoj Sharma on social media, sparking a deep connection that culminated in marriage. Renouncing her Muslim faith, Naseema embraced the name Meenakshi and, alongside Manoj, exchanged vows at the Agastya Muni Ashram, weaving together their destinies in a union of love and understanding.

The resilience, courage exhibited by Shahana and Naseema and their journeys underscore the challenges endured under the shadow of triple talaq within Islamism. Inspiring others in the Islamic community to overcome the challenges posed by Islamic talaq and coercion, their transition to Hindu Dharma symbolizes a bold assertion of autonomy and choice. Bareilly has been evident in numerous cases involving the abduction and forced conversion of Hindu girls by Islamists. However, this incident stands in stark contrast to such occurrences and brings a positive light to the community.

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