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  79. I generally get along with almost everyone, have a really sarcastic sometimes can be mistaken for mean sense of humor and try not to take myself too seriously. Another, an Egyptian-born consultant, scouted the men from the hallway: if she liked what she saw, she would pay the cover charge. Be natural, honest and spontaneous. The appeal of is obvious: it enables people to be completely upfront about their romantic needs and goals while putting them in touch with others who feel the same.
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  81. How does it work? Originally purpose of our events was to bring together Single Muslims who are seeking to find someone for the purpose of Marriage.
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  83. Bulletin - I live in Brooklyn new York and Im a formal therapist OT.
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  85. Fatima Alim has strong views about the kind of woman her son Suehaib, 26, should marry. Hence the wildly popular speed dating sessions at the largest annual Muslim conference in North America were given an entirely more respectable label. Both the banquet earlier this month and various related seminars underscored the difficulty that some American Muslim families face in grappling with an issue on which many prefer not to assimilate. One middle-aged man wondered if there was anything he could do now that his 32-year-old son had declared his intention of marrying a shudder Roman Catholic. A young man asked what might be considered going too far when courting a Muslim woman. Panelists warned that even seemingly innocuous e-mail exchanges or online dating could topple one off the Islamic path if one lacked vigilance. Photo Once the banquet got under way, the mothers were plenty busy themselves. Qadri, a professor of education. Basically, for conservative Muslims, dating is a euphemism for premarital sex. Anyone who partakes risks being considered morally louche, with their marriage prospects dimming accordingly, particularly young women. Qadri and other panelists see a kind of hybrid version emerging in the United States, where the young do choose their own mates, but the parents are at least partly involved in the process in something like half the cases. Advertisement Having the families involved can help reduce the divorce rate, Imam Majid said, citing a recent informal study that indicated that one third of Muslim marriages in the United States end in divorce. It was still far too high, he noted, but lower than the overall American average. Intermarriages outside Islam occur, but remain relatively rare, he said. Scores of parents showed up at the marriage banquet to chaperone their children. Many had gone through arranged marriages — meeting the bride or groom chosen by their parents sometimes as late as their wedding day and hoping for the best. They recognize that the tradition is untenable in the United States, but still want to influence the process. The banquet is considered one preferable alternative to going online, although that too is becoming more common. Photo Men and women lined up to register. They sat 10 per table and the men rotated every seven minutes. At the end there was an hourlong social hour that allowed participants time to collect e-mail addresses and telephone numbers over a pasta dinner with sodas. Given the Muslim ban on alcohol, no one could soothe jumpy nerves with a drink. Organizers said many of the women still asked men to approach their families first. Some families accept that the couple can then meet in public, some do not. A few years ago the organizers were forced to establish a limit of one parent per participant and bar them from the tables until the social hour because so many interfered. Parents are now corralled along one edge of the reception hall, where they alternate between craning their necks to see who their adult children are meeting or horse-trading bios, photographs and telephone numbers among themselves. Talking to the mothers — and participants with a parent usually take a mother — is like surveying members of the varsity suddenly confined to the bleachers. Siddique said her shy, 20-year-old daughter spent the hours leading up to the banquet crying that her father was forcing her to do something weird. Abbas, ticking off the qualities she was looking for, including a good heart, handsome, as highly educated as her daughter and a good Muslim. Photo At a “matrimonial banquet,” single Muslim American men spent seven minutes at each table, including the one at which Alia Abbas sat before moving on. For doubters, organizers produced a success story, a strikingly good-looking pair of Chicago doctors who met at the banquet two years ago. Organizers boast of at least 25 marriages over the past six years. Fatima Alim, 50, was disappointed when her son Suehaib, a 26-year-old pharmacist, did not meet anyone special on the first day. They had flown up from Houston especially for the event, and she figured chances were 50-50 that he would find a bride. When she arrived in Texas as a 23-year-old in an arranged marriage, Mrs. Alim envied the girls around her, enthralled by their discussions about all the fun they were having with their boyfriends, she said, even if she was eventually shocked to learn how quickly they moved from one to the next and how easily they divorced. Still, she was determined that her children would chose their own spouses. Divorces are high here because of the corruption, the intermingling with other men and other women. Alim was resisting the strong suggestion from his parents that they switch tactics and start looking for a nice girl back in Pakistan. Many of the participants reject that approach, describing themselves as too Americanized — plus the visas required are far harder to obtain in the post-Sept. Alim said he still believed what he had been taught as a child, that sex outside marriage was among the gravest sins, but he wants to marry a fellow American Muslim no matter how hard she is to find. By 30, hopefully, even if that is kind of late.
  86. Her father said Millanus offers a comfortable cultural mix: more modern than socials at the mosques, where men and women rarely interact, but still in the presence of parents, and therefore, strong in Islamic values. Come and meet other singles at our Pan evenings and activities. Discover our Make space in your diary. Many of his clients, Mr. Long term I see myself involved in policy work at the city level. I usually approach this through self-reflection, attending islamic conferences, and being involved in islamic and cultural centers. If the print of my skin bothers you, stay far muslim dating nyc away. A few years ago the organizers were forced to establish a limit of one parent per participant and bar them from the tables until the social hour because so many interfered. Photo A FIVE-MINUTE DATE Arifa Zulfiqar and Jay Zaman sol acquainted, quickly, at an event at a Queens hotel.
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