Dating in islam haram
There is a lot of debate about whether it is halal or haram for Muslim women to date outside of the faith.
The general conservative opinion is that it is forbidden, since the faith is passed down through the man.
Like when you don’t get offered a glass of wine (which you need to calm your nerves) at dinner with his family.
Or like how you can’t even kiss during daylight hours during Ramadan.
Islam allows Muslim men to date outside of the faith.
In fact, it is often encouraged as it is believed that the woman will convert to Islam.
One thing you will notice is that Muslim women are more likely to date outside their faith as they get older.
If the Muslim man does not tell his parents (or at least friends) about you within the first year of the relationship, then just walk away.
He is just using you until he can find a “good Muslim girl” to marry.
This is especially true if the Muslim man or woman is first-generation and from a country which is war-torn.
As one woman points out over at 30-Days.net, “In some ways, there is no such thing as ‘the individual’ in Islam.