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he said at the beginning that he don't want to marry a girl who have different religion and culture,language,, he changed his mind now when he knows me better.will make 1 year in october. if he presented me to his mother, that means something serious or not??:| From what I know Muslim tradition gives strong advice to Muslim men that if they decide to take aw wife a woman from a different religion the women should be converted to the Muslim religion also. x D i know his religion...i read a lot about islam..of course...i am not agree that my childs will be muslims,i don't want that...And he always said that he chose the wrong hotels to stay (in Ubud & Kuta), coz both hotels were very expensive 5 star located in very quiet places that suits honeymooners. But in other time he told me that he's experienced to book hotels since he travels a lot. It once made me crying at myself then screaming yes I'll marry you. And Then I consulted someone, who understand about this problem. He suggested me to contact him first through email. After having contact, it seems the spell just dissapear. Note: Opinions expressed in comments are those of the authors alone and not necessarily those of Daniel Pipes. Comments are screened and in some cases edited before posting.So,how come he's mistaken choosing&deciding to stay at very expensive 5 stars hotels that have full information on website? Then he said he'll come again to Bali with his family. He finally changed my opinion that not all Arab are jerk. But still I stick with my pride as woman&a professional one to not take any personal emotion&be fooled by the guest. I had no idea if it's because of me, because of the impression of Bali as the Island of Gods or he just pretend to look missing me. And..bad thing happen after he returned to his country. Reasoned disagreement is welcome but not comments that are scurrilous, off-topic, commercial, disparaging religions, or otherwise inappropriate.He keps staring at me,spoke in well mannered-type of gentleman,held my hand when walking through the rice field,insisted to take me back to hotel I stayed (we stayed at different hotels),asked me to accompany him for dinner. It doesn't refer to the reality that he's a muslim..I'm muslim,too.His acting appeared to everyone around us that he likes me. And the worst is that I felt like he talked to me and pushing me to marry him. And Indonesian muslim guys are not like's just the guy is Arab.However, what astonishes me is that, although he tells his friends I am his "wife" and takes me everywhere and shows me affection in public etc, but when it comes to his family knowing about me, he's abit nervous. He told me his family is very open minded, and his older brother married a German lady and his parents would have no problem accepting me. He told me that in Jordan, especially when he's Palestinian, when you bring a girl home, it means you're taking her home for approval from parents? I apologize if this post illuminates my ignorance of Muslim faith and culture. I said no because in American culture it is normal to "date" for 1-2 years before you marry.

Regarding the thing with his mother's meeting, it depends on his perspective as a PERSON.Hello, am a Malaysian girl of Chinese descent who is currently dating a Jordanian guy of Palestinian descent for a year in Dubai.I was wondering what are the dating culture like for Jordanians?I am American woman, I met a Palestinian man on neutral soil (neither of our countries). To him, we have already "dated" too much by Muslim standards (I think). I am reading everything online that I can find about middle eastern and american relationships, interfaith relationships, international relationships, etc. He asked me to marry him before he left many times.In our relationship on mutually foreign soil, we had no issues with our different religious backgrounds.