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03 Dec

That's why, as part of It’s Not You, I'll be talking to people with a broad range of experiences to see how things are different — and how they're the same. I didn’t understand the politics of what 9/11 meant, and it was just a very tough time for Muslims in general.Of course, these individuals don’t speak for entire demographics, but they do provide some insight into the nuances of the very human search for love and connection. During my teenage years, I came to an awakening about what it means for me to be a Muslim. I don’t understand — people have been married for centuries.I mean I wouldn’t know I’ve never been on one — hi, mom — but these five young people below have, and they've lived to tell the tales."My first boyfriend was an all-American guy — think red meat, hunting, and football.Cue me, a little vegetarian hijabi entering his life.Is anyone feeling lethargic or a shift from the ecplise?

Thank you for writing to Seekers Guidance; your question is very important to us.However it does mean taking on a very strong set of beliefs and a very different culture.Muslim men are very passionate about their beliefs and their traditions and many people will see this as a highly attractive quality.Much of what I have researched says that this is not permissible because of the way the children will be raised and/or the non-Muslim (as being head of the household) may discourage her in her beliefs and practices.This is not the case in our situation because of the following: 1. Because of the aforementioned facts, would it then make it permissible for us to wed?