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The guys I know would give it a try if the muslim girl was that pretty. And I saw it happen lots of times. The town I went to college had about 10,000 Bosnian refugees (muslims). Most of the young women were pretty, and local guys (regardless of race) were wanting to date them, and did. FYI, muslim girls/women are little different from their Christian counterparts -- despite their conservative exterior, by the time they reach their 19th birthday, 90% have had a penis inside their vagina.4
as a King James Bible believing Christian, this is how i would see it. if she were open to what the truth was and would be willing to tolerate and listen to the truth as i presented it, i would date an a woman who was islamic. but as for a muslim woman, muslim women can be Christian. why? because i heard that muslim are the people (like arabs), islam is the religion/ideology. would listen to what she would have to say if she were lost but in the King James Bible it says constantly to be stedfast, be unmovable, and keep the truth as i was given. and if things didn't work out in the end after all of this, i would see it as a successful witnessing opportunity0
Yeah I've dated them. Although the culture more than the religion was apparent to me. Although its been the same with jewish or Christian girls I've dated. Unfortunately I've found middle eastern women (before the PC police jump me, i realize muslims can be different races) can be high maintenance. Especially arab. Desi for some reason not as much. If we are making generalizations here.2
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Here at my college we have some muslim women. I know they are muslim because they dress in traditional muslim clothes and head coverings. They are hard to figure out how to approach. I would have to do the approaching since they mainly keep to themselves23
I would date a girl who is partially or fully Middle Eastern, but was born in the U. S., and is not a currently practicing Muslim. I would be iffy about dating a 1st generation immigrant, even if she wasn't a currently practicing Muslim. Either way, I definitely wouldn't date a currently practicing Muslim.2
I would, absolutely! 😍 Where I come from, the Islam community is the last trace of civilized morality we have in our country (they don’t drink, they don’t fornicate, they’re more faithful, they’re less likely to be feminist, etc)... and I think the hijab is cute on many pretty Muslim girls too 🧕🏻🤲🏻☪️💘24
If he is a xenophobe (like most white people actually they just don't admit it) or a practicing christian/jew/buddhist... etc, he wouldn't.
Even if you do find someone willing to and you end up marrying it wouldn't work (my aunt married a christian guy had kids but when she realized her marriage was void in the eyes of god she asked for a divorce although she loved my uncle he did too, and they pretty much still love each other3
If I liked her, sure. The ownly challenges would probably be her religion and parents. Depending on how religious she is, she can't touch men and can't go on dates alone. And like other religious families her parents may not like her dating outside her religion.10
As a white Muslim male, I would, for me marrying a Muslim girl means sharing the same family values and having someone that understands her role and responsibility in a family, of course, this also means that I will take care of her very well because I have a responsibility towards her. Regarding dating, I am not much for "Western" dating at all, I would prefer a more "soft" version to know each other better. I don't care if she is Saudi, Emirati, Qatari, Syrian, Jordanian, Egyptian, Tunisian, Moroccan, Algerian or from any other side of the world. What matters is her character and moral values.0
I have, and when it comes to ethnicity, religion and culture etc. I don't care. What matters to me is the energy flowing in the other person and how I feel around it. I don't know why we would have to create boundaries for ourselves and for how we enjoy life.0
I have enough options in matter of potential partners without the necessity to convert to Islam.
The other possibility is that the girl has to give up her faith and very likely connection to her family just because of me. I wouldn't want something like that.
**According to Islam is relationship/marriage to a non-Muslims forbidden for Islamic women.1
I would but only if I am not expected to convert to her religion or take on any religious practice, I am supportive where any partner's beliefs are concerned but I do not do religion myself... i would be a hypocrite if i chose to as i do not believe in it myself
so that would be my only major issue0
I'm MUCH older and not white... I'm just answering to round out your data sample...
Date? Probably. I've met a number of gorgeous women from all over the world. But if I'm being honest, a religious partner would never work out with me. I consider religion to be a mental disorder.0
Well let's get something straight here, if you're Muslim, you shouldn't even be dating.
I see a lot of replies that say "no alcohol or sex." Um... Lady... Then you shouldn't be dating. The only white man who would compatible to that would be a strict Catholic who still wouldn't date you because your religions would clash.120
Done before. Didn't go well, beacuse of the religion not accepting my lifestyle and thus a ton of stupid things happening due to it.
Not to mention that due to that I've read the Quran and don't agree with it to begin with. I find it morally questionable.2
No because their parents would object to a Christian man being with her. Or a non-muslim
Also Islam forbids muslim women from being with kufr and Muslim girls know this and string us along anyways.
Muslim girls make excellent friends though! I have many. But I know not to fall for them.6
I'm a proud Christian, our faiths would present an issue.
Secondly, I can't say I agree with how women are treated in their culture/religion. (The whole- submissive to males, needs to be covered, essentially treated like property.) I wouldn't trust myself not to say something.10
As someone who was involved with one for years.. No. They expect you to convert for them mostly to please their family as its expected. Heaven help you if you suggest the other way around. I never did because we're supposed to be equal and she knew who I was when she got involved with me. When I didn't we were told we are going to hell...12
There is no future in a relationship between a Muslim woman and a non-Muslim man. I have seen Muslim girls date non-Muslim men claiming they can make it work but ultimately it never does and they always break up.24
I would, but I have found that they their religion is racist and only accept Muslim men around them.
So if you convert you don't have faith enough, if you don't, you don't have the right honestly, I don't understand why there isn't anybody talking against that tradition.0
Yeah I would give it a shot, depends on how big there are into there religion, since am an atheist it might cause issues but it would really depend on the girl12
I think it has less to do with race and more to do with religion. Islam is not exactly compatible with western culture so I don’t see too many white men out there looking for Muslim women. Chechen or Bosnian whites who are Muslim would be your best option.0
No. I can be friends with Muslims, but our faiths would clash if we were to marry. I respect their right to believe what they want, but I want my children to be raised as true Christ followers.12
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I’m not a man but I do have experience.
My mother once dated a Muslim boy, and they were very very Inlove but they always had to sneak around because his parents would never accept her as a none Muslim.
Despite them being the perfect couple compatible and mature.
He had been set to marry a girl in an arranged marriage since the age of 5, so he took her out on a dinner date and broke the news to my mum and well, they never saw eachother again it was very heartbreaking for the both of them.
He didn’t want it and neither did she.
So to answer your question, it depends how religious. If the parents are very strict and we are talking arranged marriages no.
If not? Then yes I wouldn’t mind.