Recent muslim dating
When you ask Muslim teens today what their goals in life are, their thoughts of the world or what commitment means, they will be at loss for words.
Of course this is not a Muslim phenomenon but a universal one.
I believe that God has commanded us to be social beings. The forms of these contacts are different in nature.
Some are more intimate than others but with every relation one could discern the proper form of interaction.
He lives in London says he used to drink etc and used to not be very religious but he says he feels bad for it so he's trying to be more religious and told me to read the Quran and I respect his religion and his beliefs but the Quran means nothing to me as I'm not religious it doesn't change my views on him as a person because he's so lovely!
basically I'm just worried about my safety and if I should meet him.
In my opinion, the ‘getting to know someone’ part could be given the term dating or courtship.
He's so nice and seems just like any other guy but I'm scared to meet him, because of what's been on the news etc about the Muslim religion and Islam etc my dad always tells me to stay away from Muslim men my dads not racist he's just really protective over me so I can understand where he is coming from but this guy seems so genuine and nice and I don't think I have any reason to be scared to meet him.
Many Muslim children are raised on the notion that mixing with the opposite gender is haraam. The children were separated by gender and were asked to not interact.
I heard a mother tell her daughter “Good little girls don’t play with boys.” Of course, Muslim parents aren’t concerned about today’s innocent playdate but the future is what’s on their mind.
I’ve seen parents bow in prayer begging God to help and guide their child.
Unfortunately, that is usually the extent of their effort.