celebrating christmas

Question ID: 30891

Aslaam Alakium
I have a few questions regarding faith. Could you kindly shed some light on the following:
1) My wife’s sister (muslim) every year on Christmas day cooks food and invites us over. Although I am not too keen on this, me and my wife still go and eat. 1) Does this make us non muslims? 2) Do we need to repeat kalimah and Nikkah? Also my wife’s sister asks my wife or one of her other family members to dress up as Father Christmas (Santa) and makes them give presents to the children and sometimes each other. I tend not to get involved in the present scenario. Obviously me and my wife have no intention of Kufr and love Islam a lot and do not believe in Christianity or any other false religions, Does all the above make us non muslims?
Do we need to repeat kalimah and Nikkah?

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Asked on November 16, 2012 6:16 pm
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1) No
2) No
The above acts are not to be done. They are imitating the Kuffaar. Repent. Do not ever attend or encourage. It does not break the Nikah or does not make you a non-Muslim but are major sins drawing the WRATH of Allaah.
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Answered on November 16, 2012 6:16 pm