seriously what are you talking about? If he doesn't respect your beliefs tell him to knob off - immediately - and stop being harassed by people on this forum about it. If you are forced into something that relationship will not be happy...period. Grow up and start thinking for yourself.
Oh, he is not forcing me thats not the case here, im sorry but i think u misunderstod me or maybe i wrote it wrong :/ But he just asked me if i had thougth about that coz his family is very religious. No forcing! But we have talked about it and i dont need to convert, but if i want i can
Hai There. I also confurted to the islam in November, the reason why I did this is because God is God for me, however you want to call it. I was raised as a christian, but a free thinking christian that u should never hurt people and be kind to everybody. Furthermore I think it is most important how your fiancee sees the islam, and wat he's beliefs are. Does he believe it like the year zero, or does he read it spiritually and with the vision of 2012. I think it is more important if he agrees with what you think about what he thinks that makes a muslim. Do not let you fool by the media, the try to make everybody against it because they just want to control everybody.
And because I became a muslim does not mean that I don't believe in jesus anymore or I don't celebrate christmas. I wear my hear down, with high heels. And one in a while I enjoy a glass of whine. If your husband can not agree with this kind of things, or he things he can have 3 wifes, and he thinkes that he can slap you.
For the last 2 things mentioned, they are not from these times so. Figure out what your husband thinks of it, and if u agree. I became a muslim how me and my husband see it. Don't let you get confused by the diffrents of religion and culture. Sorry for my grammar I am dutch so my grammam can be not correct since English is not my birth language.
You should read about Islam and that you really believe in the religion. I am a Muslim myself and it is very difficult if both parties are of different religion. It may be ok in a few years but in the long run , it is hard if one party is very religious.. So study the religion and only if u believe in your heart and soul do you convert.. Islam does not force you to do something if you don't want to. I hope you will make a good decision... Do not convert because of the love for the man ok..convert because you believe. I hope God will make you the right choice Inshaalah.
my father is a non muslim and my mom is, but they are both believers. they raised me up on the idea that faith and belief are the base of every religion. i had to make my choice of which religion to follow. I had chose islam on the age of 23, after getting to know all the details of each religion. make sure that islam makes sense to you before you switch, though i am sure it would. it is a great religion that combines faith with everyday life. I'd like to say that it is not easy for your children later on. but it is not hard as well if you keep up with them, step by step. best of luck . hopefully my experience helps you.
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