Muslim dating white man

She did say that she would be open to eventually marrying a white person and doesn't seem to be overly religious (i.e.

doesn't wear the hiqab and has drank alcohol in the past) I just wondered if anyone, particularly muslims, could give me advice on this as I'm not really sure what im letting myself in for.

For me, it all started when I heard the call to prayer from a local mosque while on a beach holiday in Turkey.

It woke something up inside me, and inspired me to begin a spiritual quest. It's quite a scary book to read because it tells you so much about yourself.

While reading, I always asked God to guide me on the journey I had set out on. And I knew what the end result of this process would be: I would be a Muslim. The difficult part in all of this was wondering who I would become.

It is good to know, however, that others have gone down this same path as you.

Put simply, I turned to these resources when I became afraid I’d be seen as an oddball.

I am at uni and have developed a crush on a girl i work with at uni. We have become very close and she is now one of my best friends.

I want to take this to the next level and I have a feeling she does too (although, like everyone else, i have been wrong about this before! The problem is that she is a Muslim and I am white non-religious.

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