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Sometimes we got blamed for being a bit possessive with partners but that's because we strongly believe in commitment and loyalty. His probably considering a serious thing with you because the mother's opinion is very important for a guy when it comes to approve a relationship with his girlfriend/future wife if you accept that label of course My advice if you really has feelings for the guy, make it simple, don't be overthinking about his plans (he may have no plans at all and he may have been leading by his feelings for you) and try to not put conditions in advance (like the one with the children's religion. Be honnest with yourself and with your boyfriend (communication is very important)and maybe the differences between the both of you would make your relationship exciting and interesting.
I mean if you are conviced that he is a good man then don't be affraid to take the trip the bad part is that he is living at village and he is the younger brother and he can't leave his home..i know that for muslims family is too important but anyway...i don't think is good to live with his parents, when are many differences and maybe we will not understand.. Please I need to understand, because till one day before the break up we were sooo happy and in love and then suddenly no contact from him.
hello world...i am dating with an arab man who is muslim and i am christian...
If the Muslim man does not tell his parents (or at least friends) about you within the first year of the relationship, then just walk away.
:| From what I know Muslim tradition gives strong advice to Muslim men that if they decide to take aw wife a woman from a different religion the women should be converted to the Muslim religion also. x D but, ihhh i love him so much,i can't let him go, he is a good person, never said to convert at islam, always he wanted to go with me when was Easter at the church, he was really curious to see, to discover how we celebrate and so on..
His parents are more open minded, they traveled a lot, his father is a doctor.
Muslim women are obviously held to much higher standards of modesty than Muslim men, so her family is going to do a better job of keeping her under lock and key, well away from treacherous infidels.
And, if she did manage to meet a non-Muslim man, would she be able to overcome the social pressures which have been put upon her since birth and decide to date the guy?