Dating a muslim
When I decided that it was theoretically OK for me to date a non-Muslim, I realized that the assumption that women weren’t able to was only based on the idea that [Muslims] were better men, but I don’t think they are anymore. I don’t think that in comparison to other men, that it’s ‘safer’ for a Muslim woman to be with a Muslim man.
As anyone who has experienced the start of new and exciting romance would expect, I am over the moon with joy.
In her free time, she likes to enjoy the company of cute babies and dogs.
Dating a Muslim is generally just like dating anyone else – a varied and unpredictable experience that can vary widely depending on the guy’s individual personality.
Another important point though is that while Muslims are allowed to date non-Muslims, they are told to date ‘women of the book’ meaning Christians or Jews.
It is early in the relationship, and though I feel generally optimistic about our future, I am definitely still in that ‘honeymoon’ phase where I spend a great deal of time gushing over pictures of him on Facebook.
One night, recently, I decided to turn to Google to pass the time, since we are a long distance couple.
The dedication and effort it takes to pray 5 times a day, not to mention the organization and commitment in order to schedule time for prayer, is commendable to say the least.
Family Oriented: Like many religions, marriage and families are highly valued in Islam.