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They’re lured together by eros, the fascination of the unknown and the ideal of a colour-blind world.In this intoxicating realm of cultural fusion, there are two basic kinds of mixed unions: One consists of inter-ethnic couples, the other is made up of interfaith couples. Some signs suggest both inter-ethnic and inter-faith couples are the multicultural future.I met Jake when he came over during the war from Trinidad, as part of the American forces stationed at the Burtonwood base near my home in Lancashire. I was having typing and shorthand lessons and he’d been sent there for training by the Air Force.He was with a group of black friends and they called my friend and me over to talk.Pollster Reg Bibby has found 92 per cent of Canadians now support the concept of mixed unions.The implication is only narrow-minded bigots oppose them.Interfaith marriage is also distinct from interracial and inter-ethnic marriage (also known as "mixed marriage"), since spouses in an interfaith marriage may share the same race or ethnicity.In some religions, religious doctrine prohibits interfaith marriage.

But according to guidelines recently released by the Sikh Council UK, some might consider our wedding to be a sham, as I'm not a Sikh.Interfaith marriage is also distinct from the concepts of religious assimilation, cultural assimilation, religious disaffiliation, and apostasy.Despite the distinction, these issues are associated with aspects of interfaith marriage.My husband and I had a Sikh marriage ceremony (Anand Karaj) in a Gurdwara in Hong Kong earlier this year.Clinging tightly to the ends of the red cloth draped between us, we walked around the Guru Granth Sahib four times.

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