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About the author:

Faizer is a native speaker from Indonesia. He is the co-author of the book: I Love Islam (English edition), which is an attempt to provide a non-biased overview of Islam in the West. He has taught Arabic in the US, Japan, Germany, Russia, Australia and the UK. You can learn more about him on uae girls his website.

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What is a faizer?

A faizer is a person that is not a Muslim. A faizer is defined as "a person who does not pray five times a day, attends an unaffiliated mosque, and follows non-Islamic religions".

I was at a friend's house recently and this was what I saw:

1: I was not able to get a response from him, because he did not reply to my phone call. 2: He did not call vivastreet pakistani me back because he does not know me. 3: When he did, he asked me, "What are you doing there?". I said "Nothing", and he asked me what he was doing there. I told him, that I was going on vacation. He then said, "Oh, OK, but if you will not accompany me, don't hesitate to call me back." I declined. He then said, "You see, I don't believe you. You have never spoken to a woman like this before. She is a bit crazy, but you must believe her to believe her". I told him, I didn't. But he persisted, I said that I will not go. I then asked, "What would happen to me if I go?" He responded, "Well, you would die. You see, you are not a man, you are a woman, a woman that does not believe in what you are saying. In that case, I have made my choice".

So, this guy, a man from Sweden is telling me to go to my grave if I want to live. This was a conversation that was taking place in his mind. If I don't like his opinion on Islam, then I don't have to go. He then tells me what he thinks about me if I go. I asked him what that means and he responded by saying, "You will never meet your true feelings. What a shame! You will never understand the true meaning of life!" This was the most offensive thing I have ever seen in my life. The guy then told me that he's the best Muslim he knows and he is going to be with me. This was a big shock to me. This man was my best friend and he would never do such a thing. The man was so nice and so respectful. This guy was the worst Muslim I've ever met. What happened next was beyond shocking. I knew I had to do something, I wanted to tell him that this was not OK, but he would not listen. I begged him, begging him, begging edmonton muslim him and the longer he refused, the more pissed off I became. So I said, "You're so racist, and this isn't indian matrimonial sites in canada the kind of person I want to date, it's a disgusting, disgusting attitude that will lead you to be the bad guy you say you are." I was so angry and hurt. It was too much. I felt like I had lost my entire life, my family, my friend, and my faith in Islam. I had been so close to him, and he was so far away from me. And I could no longer live with the anger I had felt, I was so tired of being hurt and scared, and so I reached out to a friend who told me, "If this is not what you want, I can recommend a different guy, he's a muslim, he won't insult you, he'll be an open-minded friend, he'll listen to you and understand what you need." And I went to meet this guy. I was in a huge rush to get back in my house and take care of my family and my little girl. I had to get my family home. And I was terrified about leaving. And we were talking, and it's like, "Okay, I can make it work, this is all going to be OK. You don't have to worry." But at the same time, I was feeling that I was going to get in more trouble than I sweedish men already did. And I was just terrified. I remember I was talking about this with someone who was really nice, and he said, "Yeah, this is what we're looking for." I don't remember that person's name, but I remember being like, "Oh, I don't want to do this." And I went on to write this. I was working on this novel. And this is the main character in it, he's a Muslim and he's kind of in muslims marriage a weird place, he's trying to fit in, he's trying to find a way to live and not have to deal with all of this crazy crap.