No. its legal
In Sunni Islam, marriages can be irregular or they can be void. In Shia Islam, marriages cannot be "irregular" and can therefore either be valid or invalid. Guardians in Shia Islam are only the father and grandfather, but in Sunni Islam, it is the mother, brother, father, etc. In Sunni Islam, marriages cannot have restricted lengths, but in Shia Islam, there is such thing as a temporary marriage.
Madogo, the tenth si of Gao, was the father of Sunni Ali, the founder of the Songhay Empire in West Africa.
Offcourse not he is a sunni like 90% of mainstream Muslims and his father is from Pakistan, almost all pakistani people are Sunni. Sunni people are generally very goodlooking so he is surely no doubt a Sunni,
He was a Shia Muslim.
It is illegal under sunni Islamic law (Hanafi).
Askia Mohammed, one of Sunni Ali, Baru's father' generals.
Sunni Muslims could be Sunni Arabs or Sunnis non Arabs; as the Sunni Indonesians or the Sunni Malaysians or Sunni Indians, ...etc. So, all Sunni Arabs are Sunni Muslims but not all Sunni Muslims are Sunni Arabs.
If you mean Ali the causin and the companie of the prophet Muhammed, than his father is Abu Talib the uncle of the prophet Muhammed.
When a child turns 7 , praying (namaz) becomes an obligation.
You get a marriage between a Turk and a Kurd. Since most Kurds and most Turks are Sunni Muslim, this does not raise any religious issues in the marriage. If you are referring to the offspring of such a marriage, the child usually identifies with the ethnicity of their father in Turkey or Iraq. So a Turkish father and a Kurdish mother would yield a Turk and a Kurdish father and a Turkish mother would yield a Kurd. In Iran, Turks do not usually self-identify since they are an extremely small minority, so Turks who marry into Kurdish or Azeri families usually take on that identity for themselves and their children. In Western Society, well, the kid can go "halfsies".
shahid Khan Afridi is sunni. Sunni
No, It is strictly sinful and forbidden for a Muslim woman, Shia or Sunni, to give birth to a child with sperms not belonging to her husband even if the sperms are obtained through medical resources and not through intercourse sex with a foreign man (not her husband). One of the reasons is to whom the child will be legally and licitly relevant to his real father (the sperm owner) or to the mother licit husband.
He is a Sunni.
he is sunni
he was Sunni.
Sunni. about 90%
The majority is Sunni.