Concerning the issue of marriage between a Muslim man and a non-Muslim woman, the Qur'an states in verse 221 of Surah al-Bakala:
"Do not marry an unbelieving woman (an idolater) until she believes.
A believing slave woman is better than an unbelieving woman, even if she deceives you. Biblical (Jews and Christians) as long as the woman is willing to accept Islam or has already accepted Islam.
On the other hand, there is no explicit mention in the Qur'an that a Muslim woman can marry a non-Muslim man. However, the interpretation of this issue varies among scholars and schools of Islamic jurisprudence. Some scholars argue that it is permissible for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man of the people, while others believe that such marriage is not permissible.
Possible reasons for the differences in Quranic guidance on marriage between Muslim men and non-Muslim women and between Muslim women and non-Muslim men relate to the roles of husband and wife in Islamic marriage. In Muslim marriage, the husband is considered the head of the family and the wife is expected to follow his lead. Muslim women may face challenges in maintaining their Islamic identity and following Islamic principles.
A Muslim man who marries a Muslim woman may be able to maintain his Islamic identity and manage his family according to Islamic principles. It is important to note that while the Quran provides guidance on marriage, it also emphasizes the importance of mutual respect, love and kindness between spouses, regardless of their religious background. In Islam, the ideal marriage is one in which both parties have strong faith and devotion to each other and work together to build a happy and fulfilling life together.