The problem with dating as a Muslim woman is almost always one of culture than religion.
Having tried the ‘marriage experiment’ once, I know that religion doesn’t play a role in the day-to-day, but culture definitely does. It’s not about whether the guy opens the door for you or whether he picks up the tab at dinner.
Depending on how devout the man is, there are also many things to consider practically and there might be some sacrifices that you are not prepared to make.
All this should be discussed with your partner before the relationship progresses past a certain point.
Recognise that the views of Muslim extremists do not reflect the views of other Muslims, and most Muslims are extremely peace loving men.
It is expected for there to be a shared belief in a single God, though this will depend again on the personal discretion of the man.With a seat at the head of the table, you get choice meat at dinner and the first serving of each dish.You’ll get the host’s own bed to sleep in, with fresh linens, while they happily sleep on the floor.Forget Stereotypes The first thing to do is to drop any preconceived notions you have of Muslims.
At the present time Muslims are not getting the best press, and this is of course due to extremism.Approach your dating with Muslim men as you would with any other man judge him on his own merits and keep an open mind.