Dating a muslim ma
Whether they are foreign or Western, their husbands might treat them resentfully as symbols of all the “fun” they left behind.
I personally know of cases where the Muslim husband continued dating his non-Muslim girlfriend after marriage and, when caught and confronted, claimed that he was “trying the whole marriage thing out.” Unbeknownst to his wife, he was testing the waters, not fully committed to a marriage.
They will ditch their youthful “sinful” lifestyle and all those associated with it in favor of an arranged marriage to an often much-younger, presumably virgin woman from “back home.” Their families rejoice that their sons have finally done the “right thing”, even if it means dumping any number of non-Muslim girlfriends to attain that goal.
He's so nice and seems just like any other guy but I'm scared to meet him, because of what's been on the news etc about the Muslim religion and Islam etc my dad always tells me to stay away from Muslim men my dads not racist he's just really protective over me so I can understand where he is coming from but this guy seems so genuine and nice and I don't think I have any reason to be scared to meet him.There are men who spend their youth in Western countries like England, Canada, or the US and abuse the sexism of their family’s double-standards and low expectations for men to its fullest.Since, generally speaking, male children are not as carefully guarded and watched over as female ones, young Muslim men have the opportunity to far more easily date, have sex, and get involved with non-Muslim women than young Muslim women do.However, the reason for this is that Muhammad presumed that (1) the reason for marriage is to increase the population of the Muslim ummah and (2) the husband determined the religion of his children, not the wife.The implication is that women in such marriages have little to no say in the religion to be taught to the children, which is a rather bitter pill to swallow.