I met my boyfriend over a year ago and played the hard to get game at the start.
I didn't know if I really liked him until he started to appreciate me and prove he wanted to be with me.
Every race and ethnicity counts some Muslims among its number, and mosques have been built around the world where they absorb local marriage customs.
All points are generalizations only, based on the personal experiences of the author, who is not a Muslim.This community is—theoretically—united in certain beliefs and practices.For example, all Muslims believe there is no god but Allah, that Muhammad acted as Allah’s messenger, and that the Koran is Allah’s recitation.Islam is easily the second-largest religion in the world.Well over one billion people practice some form of the faith, and a majority of the faithful put religion at the heart of how they live their lives.I moved in to his home and all the ex flings were GONE!It has been true love and I was his first serious relationship in almost 3-4 years!He still supports his family back home by sending them money on a monthly basis.I know how hard it is to have family overseas and no one here. Don't forget, he can't eat from sunrise to sunset, he can't do drugs, or drink, or have sex or involve in anything to do with getting excited!There are certain customs that all Muslims are expected to follow, but since Islam is interpreted in many ways across many cultures, it is difficult to make sweeping generalizations.The vast complexity of Islam is compounded by cultural variations among Muslims.Dating a Muslim is generally just like dating anyone else a varied and unpredictable experience that can vary widely depending on the guy's individual personality.However it does mean taking on a very strong set of beliefs and a very different culture.A high proportion of Muslim girls, families, and communities take religious and cultural practices and rules seriously.