But is this different for Muslims or Pakistani Muslims or are they also not acceptable?My family wants me to marry a Muslim man, and a Jordanian is okay....I am willing to change, although he doesn't want to tell me what exactly I would need to change. I know there are certain cultural differences and he's also muslim, but I don't think that should be a problem.We still talk and a few days ago he said he will never lose his feelings for me.It's hard to to say, but what is he and his family like? If he's nice, and you feel a 'good vibe' from him, I say yeah, go out with him. His parents know me and they know we go out to the movies and dont mind.. Are you they or progressive, have you made sure he isn't just trying to get with you just to another a notch to his belt. they are very religous though but im not sure if they are racist. He is very sweet and respectful..we're both Muslims and have some cultural similarities. What is Jordanians' attitude is towards Pakistanis?
For example, dating is forbidden in Islam, most men's mothers have the final say in who they end up with and, in fact, want their sons to end up with someone from the same culture or an arranged marriage.He isn't too religious and admits that if he was, dating isn't allowed, but he prays and observes Ramadan, doesn't drink, eat pork etc.He's a very kind man and is so good to me that sometimes I think he's too good to be true.They would happily accept a Jordanian, but not a Westerner. But would his family want him to marry his cousin and not accept me?