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1. My name is Fadiya, I am 18 years old and I'm from Pakistan. I'm studying computer science in Islamabad and I love photography. I also like making video, and I make videos on the side to share things I am doing, or just watching around town. My favourite movies are: The Princess Bride, Frozen, and The Incredibles. My favourite people are: My mom, and my dad, and I'm sure there are many more. I love to travel and see new places. I can see myself doing what I love to do, travelling for years and years. So please help me, by liking, sharing, and commenting on my blog. I appreciate it. I love you. xoxo xo
Hi guys, I've been following a lot of this discussion lately about my boyfriend, and all I can say is wow! I'm sooooo glad I came on board and started dating an Arab. I was on the fence about being with someone from outside the Middle East, but with him, my mind was completely blown.
My boyfriend is amazing. He's amazing. He's amazing. You wouldn't believe how hard it was for me to get to know him. You edmonton muslim know the story by now. When I was first introduced to him, he was so uae girls shy and reserved, and didn't really sweedish men know how to approach me. It took me a while to figure out how to really connect with him and not sex dating bristol just be his friend. He's also amazing and caring, and he's a good person. He just didn't know where to find his place in the world. But we eventually hit it off. We ended up dating for almost two years, and I really am really happy to have him in my life.
I had a friend once, who was also a Muslim, but she had more conservative parents, and was only dating other muslims. I've known a lot of people like her, who are in many ways like me, and have had the same kind of parents. I was lucky in that I didn't know what it was like to be a non-muslim until my early teens, but I knew it when I was young enough to know that it wasn't easy for someone else to be. I was a pretty sheltered child at school, and was taught that being gay wasn't good or wrong or something like that. At home, I was taught that homosexuality was bad, and that it was "normal" and "normal" for a boy to be gay.
It wasn't until I was older that I realized that a lot of the things I had been taught, were lies. I've seen the effects of those lies in my own family, and it made me realize that I had a lot more to learn, and to fight for. I can't claim to understand the struggles muslims face every day, but I have a much better understanding now, of why it is that muslims are treated like dogs, and are often persecuted and ridiculed, and have been for centuries. I want to say this as an immigrant, to be sure I know the struggles they face, and I can share them with you, and I'm sure that you can, too. But, there are some things I just can't talk about because I'm afraid. Because there's too much information out there that I'm vivastreet pakistani not qualified to discuss. But, this is my attempt to do just that, for the sake of other muslims, immigrants, and anyone that may be struggling to understand the problems that are facing them. 1) "I don't know why the muslims are so mad at us..." I have been here for 20 years, and I've never heard anyone ever say that the muslims muslims marriage are mad at us. I've never even seen this in one person. There are too many problems in the world for the muslims to feel the need to attack us. And, they know our problems. It's all around us. There's a lot of ignorance in the muslim world, and I don't think it helps anyone. 2) "There are so many issues in the world!"
I've been here a long time. This is probably the most common one. 3) "We're so misunderstood!" I see that we are misunderstood. But, it's not the only thing we're misunderstood for. 4) "If we marry muslim girls, the children are too!"
This one is really annoying. If they are raised in the culture, you shouldn't get into any big trouble. 5) "They won't look good!" It happens, but don't be scared. 6) "They won't be good for you!" I think you'd be the most beautiful and loving girl in the world with indian matrimonial sites in canada a muslim father. 7) "She won't listen to me!" No, she will listen and she'll learn. You are her teacher and your daughter is her master. 8) "They will leave me because they don't want their kids to grow up like me!" No, they'll leave because they want to be their own people, as they see themselves. They'll leave you as you are now. 9) "She will go to heaven" You can be happy with her life if she stays with her faith. 10) "She will be an animal!" No. But I say she can be as happy as she wants. 11) "I don't want to change her!" No you don't. But you do have a choice to change her, and the better your choice, the more likely she'll be to accept it. 12) "Her family is very religious! I would hate to change them!" You are not wrong to want your daughter to live with her parents, but that's her choice. If you want to get divorced from your parents and start a new life with a new group of people, you can do that. 13) "She was born to be Muslim! There's nothing wrong with her! She was born Muslim!" That's the same thing I said about Muslim teens a few paragraphs ago.