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I have never had problems with Islam as a religion, but it did make life awkward at times, especially when I lived in Europe. There, I would date a Muslim man but when we would hang out, I would have to be the one to say something like "I'm not Muslim", "I'm not into Muslims", "What's the big deal?", and so on. I think that these comments and others were a result of my being an introvert. But after living in Europe, I started to get the hang of this style of dating, so I never experienced any of this anymore. However, if I did meet another Muslim man from another country, I would sometimes have to talk about what was going on with me in my personal life, such as the fact that I was an introvert and I wouldn't talk about it to someone who I wasn't going out with. So I thought it sweedish men might be useful to share this experience with you.

Here are my experiences dating Muslim men from the Middle East:

I met one of my Muslim friends on Facebook while he was looking for a wife. I was also looking for a Muslim man, and as a result of my friendship, I was offered to meet him at his place. When we arrived, his friend introduced me to him muslims marriage and we got to talking about the future of the Muslim community in Europe. After a short conversation, the friend told me he would be taking me out to dinner the next day with him, so I could talk to him. So we went to his place for dinner. As we walked in, he turned to me and asked what I wanted to drink for dinner, which was a beer. I asked him what was on his list and he said it was the biggest list of beers they had, that is how big his list was. I then asked what kind of beer was his indian matrimonial sites in canada favourite and he said the one that was made in Norway. He asked me what sex dating bristol the name of the beer was and I told him "Dag Norge", which is Norwegian for "the north". He laughed and asked me if he was joking and I laughed too. So we proceeded to get drinks in a bar and I was like "what is with this Norwegian accent?!", so he just said he was from the north and we started talking about what was going on in the world at the time and he was like "the world is in a very dark place. We don't know who to believe". He started talking about the war in Iraq, the wars in Syria and so on. The first thing I uae girls told him about was what a really big thing is happening right now, it's happening right now. I said "this war is going to be a global war" and he said "a big global war, yeah", I was like "no no no, this is a little bit bigger" and he just laughed and asked me if I was joking. We were both like "yeah", I told him how he should go about this. He had been talking about it to people like me. He wanted to meet people to talk about this "global war" he vivastreet pakistani was talking about. I said "what about the other wars you are talking about? Like in Syria? In Yemen? In Libya?" and he just told me about how he knew about these wars. As we were getting into the details of this he kept talking about how much more he wanted to know about the other stuff. I told him I thought this was great and that it would be good for him to meet people. He laughed and said "no man, you really have to be serious about this, we don't want to be just talk to random people on the street in the park. We want to get into the deep stuff." I said "I think I will give it a shot, I know there are lots of muslims in America. I am a Muslim myself, I have been to several of these conferences and this will be great for me. I am not too sure how it will all work out but I will work to get in contact with other muslims." After talking with him a bit more I realized I just had to go home, I had not been thinking about going into these conferences anymore, I was just tired and wanted to be home and relax. I started to tell him that my best friend is a Muslim. He agreed that it would be good for him to meet the muslim people in America and I just had to do this for me. When he arrived in America I showed him the conference and told him that it was very exciting and that he should come and join me.