Marriage with who is forbidden according to Qur’an?


According to insincere people who are also enemies of the Qur’an, it is indicated in the an-Nisa Surah verse 23 that with whom a man can’t marry with details one by one. There is so much details that daughter and mother of the man who can’t marry with no matter what is counted too. It is surprising that granddaughter and grandmothers are not counted within those people (!). It proves that either Qur’an is incomplete or it gives immoral freedom.


One of the simple games of the people who have been tasked with finding contradiction and error in the Qur’an that our Creator has sent to organize our world and our afterlife happiness, to create confusion especially for the young people who do not know
… In fact, the claim is so absurd and malicious that it is not worthy of answering. But only in this way we have to answer for people not to be deceived.

Let’s write the meaning of the verse first.

An-Nisa Surah Verse 23 Meaning

Forbidden for you are your mothers, your daughters, your sisters, your paternal aunts, your maternal aunts, your brother’s daughters, your sister’s daughters, your foster-mothers who nursed you, your sisters through nursing, your wives’ mothers, and your stepdaughters in your guardianship—born of wives you have gone into—but if you have not gone into them, there is no blame on you. And the wives of your genetic sons, and marrying two sisters simultaneously. Except what is past. God is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

As it is seen clearly, the claim put forward above is entirely a distortion!

As those who invent it are well aware that in the Qur’an, the words “Your Mothers and Daughters” mean not only the mother and daughter of the person but also the mothers and daughters of them in other words all upper lineage.

Also, in verse 22 of an-Nisa

“Do not marry women whom your fathers married” is ordered.

This includes women who are married to his father, as well as women whom his grandfather has married. According to this, his grandmother, who is married to his grandfather, enters the class of women who are forbidden to marry him …

It is very clear that the proprietors of the claims raised for trying to confuse the mind of those who do not know this characteristic of the Arabic are not sincere and have done this with the hostility to the Qur’an…