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Is there any way he could possibly justify being with me if he follows Islam so strictly in all other areas of his life?
Or am I just a place holder until a Muslim woman comes along?
I suppose I am nervous to ask him because I'm worried I will not like his answer, and we have only been together for a few months, although emotionally the relationship has escalated quickly and greatly.
For what it is worth, we are both American and he is of Indian descent. Thank you :)One thing to look out for is that once kids come into the picture, things become 10x more complicated than your current view regarding no qualms about raising the kids as Muslim.
Another thing you should know is that many men become more religious after getting married.
Even non-practicing Muslim men often return to the faith with zeal after marriage. Whether you ever become Muslim or not, you will be expected to raise your children in the Islamic faith. Do not allow your feelings for this man to cloud your thinking. Are you okay with not sharing your faith with your children?
It is not unusual for a father who once played Santa to suddenly feel guilty and not allow Christmas celebrations at all.Hypothetically if we did get married, I would have absolutely 0 qualms about raising my children Muslim.Currently I do not find his devotion to Islam bothersome in the slightest, and I don't consider any accommodations I have made (e.g., no drinking, smoking, eating non-halal meat, etc.You should also realize that “being in love” is not considered a prerequisite to marriage in Islam. [/h] Another thing to consider is your own feelings about Islam.That is not to say that your Muslim friend doesn’t care about you or even love you, but it isn’t necessary. Please do not make the mistake of assuming that religion is a minor detail– Islam is never minor.
Isn't that a disservice to your children in your own view?