1- The problem of Muslim women going with non-Muslim men in the West and marrying them is really a serious problem that needs cautious handling.
2- 2- Unwise handling will only further complicate the matter.3- Parents should pay due care to raising their children as Muslims, instructing them in the teachings of Islam, and bringing them up in an Islamic environment.4- This will help them avoid such things, for they will understand that a Muslim woman cannot marry a non-Muslim man.5- When a father is faced with his daughter coming with a non-Muslim man and saying “Hey, dad! ’ he has to be very cautious and never lose his temper.
It’s okay when you are single but the prospect of a serious relationships and having children puts ex-Muslims in a pretty bleak place.
You have two choices: tell your parents that you are a non-Muslim and don’t have to marry a Muslim (or marry at all) or lie to your future Muslim partner and enter into a relationship built on deceit where your non-religious views will have to be kept private.
The European law would guarantee her and her husband protection and might even prevent the father from seeing his daughter for a long time.
It is against Islamic law for a Muslim woman marries a non-Muslim man.
(WOMENSENEWS)– Munira Ezzeldine, a marriage counselor in Irvine, Calif., who is one of the instructors of a premarital course, tells me that Islam in America is at a “kind of crossroads now.” She explains, “We don’t have something called dating in the Western context, you know with pre-marital sex and all the stuff that comes with it.” But young Muslims are also not interested in having arranged marriages as their parents and grandparents did.
“They actually want to get to know the person for a certain amount of time, but also within the boundaries.” If a young Muslim is aiming for this kind of compromise, there are other resources too.
He should be willing to wait all the way until marriage if that’s what you want him to do.
Sexting and early physical advances are huge red flags that show he isn’t serious at all. There’s no stigma in going online and letting your friends/family know you’re looking. Not all of us will meet our future spouse at a coffee shop by chance or at a party or through work/school.
I did have a particularly traumatic date once when I went out with a ‘liberal Muslim’.