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And she was always asking him to marry her, and he was always like, oh we will whats the rush, whats the rush.
Eventually she found out he had kids and a wife in iraq.
I'm a 31 year old catholic american female and i have been in a serious relationship with a 29 year old muslim man from africa. All his family expect his aunt and uncle (who live near by) live in africa. We have talked about marriage and kids and he wants to get married and have kids. I almost feel like a sex toy but then he is sweet to me and tells me he loves me and it doesnt feel that way anymore.
We spend time together, take vacations, and i spend the night at his apartment frequently.
Talk taking her door and we talked for nearly an hour into the event, the lights in the loves.
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Muslims are called by their religion to celebrate the month by coming together in worship, fasting each day for thirty days from dawn until sunset. Again, this is part of the Ramadan test and our exercise of spiritual discipline.He tells me "will get married soon, one day" but i feel like it's never gonna happen, second i've yet to meet his aunt who he is VERY VERY close too. And now it's ramadan and we cant see each other and were allowed limited conversations!!! muslims won't marry another religion, unless you have a tight grip on him.I have stressed in the past that i want to meet her, badly!!! i respect him and his religion and have taken the time to learn about it. Obviously you guys out here cant answer for him but i just want some perspectives from a muslim point of view. he has told me it's because were not married thats y he doesnt want his family too know about us...... if you do, act stand off-ish and let him know you're serious, other wise you will get old for him and he'll search for a virgin muslim girl from the villages.It’s unfair and can be burdensome to expect any one person to educate you.It can also feel incredibly invalidating and/or painful when a Muslim person doesn’t know the answers to questions about Islam and/or Ramadan – because the questioning sets the expectation that the person should know just because they are Muslim, and that not knowing means the person is not “Muslim enough.”There are actually a number of reasons Muslims may not be fasting.