Here is a piece of advice for non-Muslim women dating Muslim men: As members at point out, this has nothing to do with religion.It is the constant struggle he will feel between his family, culture, religious views, and feelings for you.You may be hoping that your bf is life Salman, SRK and Seema, but find out if that is really true.

his parents are now agree to accept me but not my parent? Radha says: on April 20, 2012 at am …but i love him sandy n i knw he will not cheat me… Admin on April 20, 2012 at 10;23 PM Dear Radha, We are glad that you made progress in the right direction; that is to talk to both parents.

We are glad that his Muslim parents are supporting for the marriage, however you still have to work to convince your Brahmin parents who have doubts.

Will your (future) husband also do the same to educate kids? You are smart and we know your will make fully “informed” decision.

We wish you have a happy and long lasting Brahmin-Muslim married life with EQUALITY. radha says: August 12, 2013 at pm Yet we are not married but still together…..

We see that you are desperate, please cool down and make a rational decision.

Like you, probably at one time Leona, Hinu, Roma, Diva, Ron, Dee and Madiha’s mom were also desperate for their loved one and now they regret it for their life.

Q8) Do your male children have to have a sunat circumcision? The main reason for any divorce is a complain that the other party “changed” after the marriage.

Q9) Can you teach your child from Geeta as well from Koran? Actually no one changes, but in love, one fails to recognize the other person.

And, in Islam, if you get someone to convert, you are rewarded in this life and the next.