Give a reason if yes or no
- Yes42% (11)53% (30)49% (41)Vote
- No58% (15)47% (27)51% (42)Vote
Give a reason if yes or no
I would if the girl is liberal enough and open minded enough.
Faith is important, to be honest I would marry someone who had faith in a higher power and be fine with it. I dislike people who think that their religion is better than others. What you believe is between you and whatever deity you believe. As long as you are at peace with that deity you are fine.
What most people dont remember about religion or faith is that it comes from the heart. When someone believes what they believe in their heart then it is true faith. Otherwise its just a bunch of rituals and words that mean nothing
I don't care which religion a person ascribes to as long as she's got a good heart, she's a good person, and she accepts my feelings and thoughts just as much as I would respect hers. So yeah, I would marry a Muslim girl just like I'd be open to marrying a person of any religion.
As long as I was honestly in love with her and wasn't just dating her to impress everybody with how "openminded" I am. I dated a Jehovah's Witness once, and I think she wasn't really committed to her religion, but she was afraid of going against her family. She was so unconfident when she told me we would have to "wait until marriage" to have sex. Then we broke up. I liked her in a lot of ways, and it wasn't just because of the sex, but because she wasn't honest about her belief. I think she has woken up since and stopped being brainwashed (all religion is lies, but the JW's especially brainwash like a cult), but I guess our timing was off. See, it's not if you're Muslim for me, it's if you are religious. Jeez, after writing all this and thinking about it, I wanted to say "yes, anything is possible", but I think I need secular relationships because I think religion is lies. I've been watching a lot of George Carlin videos recently so that's why I'm being so blunt and maybe even rude, no offense meant. A Salaam Malaikum (I probably mis-transliterated that, sorry)
Yes providing she is relaxed enough in her religion to not force it upon me. I will not convert, I will not deface my body, I will not give up pork, and I will not give up alcohol. But nore will I rub these things in her face. And in return I will not force her to eat pork, I will not force her to drink alcohol, I will not force her to dress or act certain way and I will not force her to convert.
Love is compromise, and if she cannot make that compromise, there can be no marriage.
No i would not. Its not that i believe my religion is "better" than anyone else, i just simply can't marry a non christian. i believe that there are good muslims, good atheists, good. scientologists, buddhists etc, sI've even been attracted to many and even dated a few, but i will not ever marry someone who is not a christian. other religions have their beliefs which for the most part i respect, and i have my beliefs. my faith is in god and the bible and I'm simply not allowed to marry someone who isn't one. i am not holier than thou or above anyone else in any way, and I've definitely sinned and made many mistakes and have even given into devious temptations, i just don't hace any trouble with the marrying oof a non christian. now lets say hypothetically i was allowed to marry non christians... i still would not specifically because i will raise my kids to be christians, and i wouldn't expect others that i care about to compromise their own beliefs for mine and i respect the right oft other parents of other religions that raise their kids in their own religion. so regardless of what religion i actually was, i wouldn't marry outside of that belief system, period. and if my kids grow up to follow something else or become atheists, that's their call once they are their own adults.
sorry if this is hard to read or reads choppy, writing this on my shitty cell phone lol
Nope, I like my bacon, by beer and my ladies who aren't silly enough to be part of a religion, especially islam.
What's with all of these standards or boundaries? Who gives a flying puck if it's a guy and a guy or a Christian and a Muslim or a bisexual and a straight? So bored of all these questions... tired of seeing so many of them.
no way they're fanatics
Inshallah I marry a Muslim girl whenever Allah (SWT) wills it to happen.
Depends on how religious/theistic she is..
or how conservative her world view is... If then, no because I couldn't be myself around her, nor could I be fully intimate with her.. i don't have extreme tastes in that sense, but if she doesn't like oral because she reckons Allah forbids it, then yeah it's not for me..
Nope. Atheist, and not going to deal with any religious nonsense...
I would not marry any girl that was deeply religious, whatever the religion.
I wouldn't care if she was "culturally muslim" though.
I would if I didn't have to convert.
i think you marry the person you love and beliefs or religion are a secondary factor! but unfortunately that view seems to be a provocative one in some circles
No, we wouldn't be compatible and I'm only attracted to white girls.
nope. wouldn't be with any religious person
Only if they convert from Islam!
If I were a guy... No I wouldn't.
1. Your family would probably hate me and think of me (non-muslim) as haram or whatever. They would think low of me and I don't need that kind of shit.
2. You've made it pretty clear in other comments that you'd want me to covernt while you're 100% refusing to convert to my religion. Well that's not how love works in my book.
3. I don't want your family to meddle in our married life. Something many middle eastern families do.
I for sure wouldn't marry a muslim guy for other added reasons:
4. Many muslim guys seem to not have the kind of respect for women as non-muslim guys have. It's like women are second class citizens who are born only to satisfy their lust, make babies, then take care of those babies. Nope. Not the life I want. And the concept of "obedience" is shit to me. I will rebell if my muslim husband expects me to obey him unconditionally.
5. Many muslim guys are just too dominant and controlling of their wives' lives. They just seem cocky sometimes.
6. I wouldn't want to have to accept my husband taking a second younger wife just because I don't satisfy his needs. You better make do with me or just lave me altogether. None of that polygamy shit for me.
I'd marry a Muslim guy. You know it's super duper rare for them to even date outside their religion.
Nah sorry but I'm straight :P
Sad sad sad, how wouldn't marry her? She virgin all that. Loyal!
The ignorance I see in some of the comments is unreal. Dating a Muslim girl is no different than dating Christian girls. Just like some Christian families some Muslim families are really strict and just like some Christian families some Muslim families are really laid back and relaxed. The religion is not what you are dating... date the girl and see what her beliefs and family values are like and go by that.
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