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Such early relationships make it more difficult to avoid damage to the delicate and still-forming self-image, not to mention the problem of resisting temptation.

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Regarding the thing with his mother's meeting, it depends on his perspective as a PERSON.

There's no strict rules for that for a muslim guy as many people could think.

His parents are more open minded, they traveled a lot, his father is a doctor.

But first of all, if he didn't wanted something serious why he presented me to his mother and brothers? @Maddelline I'm muslim and I can confirm you first that from a purely religious point of view, there's no obligation for a muslim's wife to be MUSLIM but she has to be a BELIEVER and since you are christian I think there's no problem at all.

hello world...i am dating with an arab man who is muslim and i am christian...

his mother came in my country and he wanted to met her.i met his brothers my question is...really he thinks about something so serious with me, i mean, why he wanted to met his mother?

It was not until 1946 that Transjordan became a completely sovereign state. Jordan has an area of about 35,475 square miles (91,900 square kilometers).

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Nomadic people, predominantly Bedouin, account for more than 10 percent of the total population.

Men of Arab heritage (Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen) are naturally reserved and yet social at the same time.

The transplants and first generations here in America who have learned these behaviours from their forebears carry on the duplicitous nature.

It contains the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, and the Great Rift Valley, which was created twenty million years ago when tectonic plates shifted, stretching from Lake Tiberius south through Jordan and into eastern Africa. In 1946, the population was about 400,000; in 1997, it reached 4.6 million, a figure twice that of 1981.

After the 1967 war with Israel and Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, there were sudden and massive influxes of Palestinian Arab refugees, who now make up more than two-thirds of the population.