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1. "I'm the single mother to three young children in London."

2. "I'm a single professional in London. I'm a qualified social worker who has worked with and loved many of the people that live in my home."

3. "I sweedish men have just returned to London to get married, I'm so excited about it. The family and friends uae girls I've had over the past couple of years are absolutely amazing, it's such a special time of year to be back. I would like to take on my new role as a single parent and be the best mum I can be."

4. "I'm a single teacher in London. I was in school with a student and was in love. We started dating last summer. I got a letter asking me to marry the student. I thought it was a joke, but then I received the invitation. I am so excited to get married and be a mum and share the child with him. I love the kids and everything and it is the most exciting thing to me."

The post has received over 14,000 likes on Facebook and has also attracted attention from other users who have expressed their happiness at seeing the news spread. Some have even commented, saying "I vivastreet pakistani wish that I was your teacher", while others have shared their wishes for the new couple, including the suggestion that they go back to the school where they first met and stay there.

"I don't know what the students are doing but you have to understand that most of them are going to be in their 20s soon, it's just not right to keep this person who is so young and vulnerable and vulnerable. But there is nothing I can do about that," she said.

But there is still much more work to be done as the parents of the young man and woman were also looking for a new man to help take care of them.

The post has also prompted a lot of positive comments from people who have wished them well, sharing pictures of them in the sun together. Many people have also shared their hope that they will continue to find love with other people from the same faith, rather than trying to date in the Muslim faith.

The young couple who are said to have been dating for less than a year have now muslims marriage left their parents' home and have found their own accommodation. The man and the woman now live in a shared flat, but are not allowed to go out of the house as they are still awaiting a court date. They have since returned home with their children.

However, the new parents are keen not to let their situation go. The father told the BBC that it was a difficult decision to make to leave the parents' home and move back to the UK.

However, the father believes that he has made the right choice to move back home to live with his parents and family in the UK.

A spokesperson for the UK Government said: "We want to extend all edmonton muslim the support we can to these young people, who are now being looked after and supported as best they can by the local authorities in London. "This is an issue which is of great concern to all those affected and we will be monitoring the situation closely to see how things are progressing."

The woman told the BBC that she and her husband have been together for three years and are currently in the UK. "My husband is my main breadwinner and he has always put his trust in me. I believe this was the only thing that he has left, and he is leaving me," she said. "I love my husband, he's my soul mate, but this is the only thing he's left."

She added that she had never been on her own before, and would like to have a family and a home and she hopes to have a boyfriend and be able to settle down. "I hope I can have a child and be settled and be a mum, I would be very, very happy with that," she said. "If I don't have that, I'm not happy."

Another man who contacted the Sun on Sunday and said he had been a lone muslim in London was the man pictured above. "I have never been in a relationship before, I sex dating bristol met my wife through a friend at school. She is the most beautiful woman in the world, I am a huge fan of her, and I hope that my wife finds me too."

He went on to say that he had been told that he must be married or he'd lose his UK residency and be forced to leave the country.

"I was warned that I was not allowed to have a partner unless I was married to a British citizen or national. It is not clear whether this is a UK law or not. So I am currently on a provisional passport."

He added that he had lived with the woman for "about three months" and that they had a good relationship. But then he started to feel isolated because he had no contact with the rest of his family. "I feel like a piece of meat."

He added that he was "stuck" because his wife doesn't speak Arabic and the only way to connect with her was by seeing the TV.

"I have never been in a relationship before, I met my wife through a friend at school and we have been together for almost five years. She speaks Arabic, I speak English. I have never told her about my past and I have no idea how to tell her about me. If you have a problem you tell me and I indian matrimonial sites in canada will get back to you."

He continued, "If I were to go to university I think I would be able to get a good job. My salary is around $700 a month and I live in a cheap apartment.