I am dating a muslim guy
I don’t believe we would have met and shared mutual fondness for each other if it was not blessed by God as both of us before knowing the other was interested tried to ignore it and prayed for guidance and were still lead to each other in odd “coincidences.” We have done our best to keep our relationship/interaction halal as this is important to him and to me as I can not bear to be the cause of him to sin. The person you refer to sounds like an excellent individual, and your open-mindedness has allowed his qualities to shine through. You should look into Islam with an open mind and heart.God has opened up an opportunity to learn about Islam, and put you in a position to learn about its beauty and see it embodied in an upstanding individual. It says that when you see an unbeliever, smite at their neck until you make a great slaughter of them. It says, to take not Jews and Christians as your friend. I realized I had been deceived by fine-sounding arguments, and I had denied Christ. When I came home that night, he gave me two weeks to come back to Islam. SCOTT ROSS: Were you literally running for your life? KATRINA: The lights went on and the veil was taken off. He actually let her go to church for a while, but when she said she wanted to leave their religion KATRINA: Thats when he got violent. KATRINA: He told me point blank that if we cant take this country by force, well take our time and take it through marriage. Our ‘Why Islam is True‘ podcast is an excellent place to start.
' I thought the Middle East was somewhere in the middle of the country. SCOTT ROSS: So you didnt understand what you were doing? It was intriguing, the mystique of the whole thing. Her husband, Mohammed, strictly held to Muslim customs and demanded her obedience.
You can do that.' SCOTT ROSS: So you were bought and paid for, basically.
SCOTT ROSS: Again, Katrina, where did your former Christian beliefs play here?
I was five months pregnant with our son, and he kicked me in the stomach because he stayed out late one nightovernightand I questioned him for it. KATRINA: Yes, it was my fault that I made him beat me because I shouldnt have asked him. She had a good upbringing and became a Christian in her teens. Then one night at a club, Katrina met the man of her dreams.
SCOTT ROSS (reporting): An important detail in this story: the man was also a Muslim.