Dating non muslim
"Her parents still live in Uzbekistan so i dont get to see them very often, but they visit almost yearly.I started learning russian to get better at communicating with them, since it is a bit easier than learning uzbek. If you're into learning languages, I would recommend Turkish as a step to learning Uzbek.Perhaps a close friend or relative is considering marrying a Muslim. (I say "her" because the vast majority of cases are women.) Maybe your friend has already made up her mind to marry him.He is so nice, a real gentleman, and well-educated.Sometimes the wife is left back home for various reasons, so he wants another in this country for companionship. In this connection, it is imperative that she visit his country and family to observe them firsthand before the marriage.She should also find out what will be expected of her. A colleague suggests she ask: What about our children? She should know that traditionally, the Muslim family, especially the mother-in-law, exercises considerable social control over the son's wife.Believe me, the legislation governing marriage and the family is extensive, and by Western standards is not at all favorable to the woman, especially one who is not Muslim. In Islamic law the woman is inferior to the man; she is always subject to a male guardian, whether he be her father, brother, or husband.The woman has only half the value of a man when it comes to blood-money, inheritance, and her witness in court. He may marry a non-Muslim provided she is of the "people of the Book" (i.e. The children of such a mixed marriage belong to the husband, and must be raised Muslim (this is why a Muslim woman may not marry a non-Muslim).
It is important, however, that she understand what she is doing.
We have issues just like any other couple, but none of them have to do with religion.
Her parents are obviously muslim, mine are pretty hard-core christian. Tbh I was really nervous to tell my parents I was marrying a muslim girl since they have always been very vocal about their christian faith and I have never thought of them as particularly open-minded.
All she said was "seriously, you think we didn't know that?
She's from a country thats almost completely muslim!