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I am an Indian, from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. In 2005, my parents decided to get married for love, in accordance with their religious beliefs and the Islamic laws. This meant, in most cases, no financial contribution to the wedding, and my parents were very happy. I, on the other hand, wanted to be a part of the marriage. Since I have two older brothers, my father wanted to get married before I did. I was too young, too poor, too shy. So he chose a Hindu man. I was really muslims marriage happy to get married with my two brothers and I wanted to marry my father and mother.

How did I feel during my first day of my wedding? Well, for a Muslim bride, I was very proud, especially as I was to be married to a Hindu man. But sweedish men I was also very nervous. My parents were very nice. They even gave me an expensive ring. I couldn't believe it, I thought I was marrying a foreigner. I also was very thankful to my family for their support, especially my father and mother who treated me like a princess. They were so understanding and understanding. My father was very humble, he said it was important to respect others. He always spoke about how important it is to respect others. So I believed in him.

Before my wedding I knew I wanted to take my time and think about marriage. After the wedding day I decided to marry in Pakistan. My family was supportive of my choice, and so were my friends. My dad said he hoped he would get to see my future husband. It's a long story, but it was one of the indian matrimonial sites in canada most memorable days of my life.

One day when I was visiting my father's grave I found his tombstone. The inscription said 'Gareth Cuddles' and under his initials he had written 'BH' (a spelling that he knew to be wrong). As I looked at it I asked my dad, "Did you marry him?" My father, a man of some stature in my family, had only recently given his life for Islam and had been martyred for his faith. "No," he said, "he was in fact killed for being a Christian." When I mentioned this to my mom she told me the same thing, her face turning red and a small smile tugging at the corner of her lips. My dad was the last person I expected to be martyred for his faith. He was a big guy who loved to joke and joke and laugh with everyone.

It's not easy to be Christian in this country, it's even harder when you live in the Muslim majority of England. Muslims have the same legal rights and protections as anyone else in Britain. In our country the British government has set up a group called Prevent to try to stop extremist attacks. Prevent is designed to find out if a person has any links to terrorism and they will be "investigated". I was asked by a local mosque if they were going to investigate me, my dad had not been charged with anything and I wasn't asked to attend a "detention centre" like my dad had been accused of. I have no evidence that I am any sort of militant and my father has never had anything to do with terrorism. You'd think Muslims in Britain would have learned their lesson after 9/11 but apparently not, a Muslim man named Abdul Rauf, a Muslim-Pole who lives in North London was arrested and arrested for the murder of a British politician. Rauf is a "right-wing" Islamic extremist, he's even been convicted of violent crimes, he was sentenced to 9 years in prison for his part in the murder uae girls of MP Jo Cox, he also has links to the Muslim Brotherhood. This man is no terrorist, he just wanted to murder a political opponent and I really hope it's the end of him. I don't know if this man is a terrorist, but he's certainly an extremist and I think that the British police and the government should investigate whether edmonton muslim he's a terrorist. I'm not going to name the man, but his name is Mohammed Emwazi, he's an American terrorist. I was asked about the case of the "right-wing extremist" terrorist who murdered Jo Cox in 2015. I told him that I couldn't even find any link between the right-wing extremist and the killing of Jo Cox. "But I could find that he was actually connected to a group called al Muhajiroun" he replied. "The Muslim Brotherhood" This is not even remotely true, the Muslim Brotherhood is the antithesis of the Brotherhood, a group that's been behind numerous terrorist attacks around the world. If this man were a member of the Muslim Brotherhood then I would be sex dating bristol very surprised.

"The Brotherhood is an extremist group that was created by a man called Osama bin Laden, but then they turned around and started killing infidels for political reasons" I said. "They've never killed anyone for political reasons."

"I know" he replied. "I've been to Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and seen them doing it" he continued "They just wanted to kill all the infidels, which is exactly what they are doing now"

"But I don't want to be an infidel," I said. "Why don't you marry a Jew or a Christian or a Hindu? Why do you want to marry a muslim?" "They're not infidels" he replied. "They're not even Muslims, they're just people with different beliefs from us. There are a lot of them, you can't just go into a city and kill them and get away with it" he continued "And if they did that, it vivastreet pakistani would be a massacre of the world" "No, you wouldn't" I said. "The world is about diversity.