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I just don’t understand why something someone is able to justify outside of Ramadan becomes impossible to justify this month.And call me crazy, but from a dawah standpoint, what are these dudes teaching their girlfriends about Islam if he’s all like, “Sorry honey, my religion says I can’t hang out with you for a month, see you in October” ?Find another reason not to fuck around, I don’t know- “Sorry honey, I gotta do night prayers tonight so I need my ghusl? One of my favorite pillars of Ramadan Guilt is the good old “If you don’t pray on time during Ramadan, your fast is invalid.” Um, prayer is a pillar of Islam and fasting is a pillar of Islam. If you’re not into praying, why are you going to jump right in because you are fasting?"Dating" as it is currently practiced in much of the world does not exist among Muslims.Especially if the girl in question is kinda skeevy to start with.) Many years ago, when I lived in Zurich, I had a conversation with a girl that went a little like this: “Wow, you’re Muslim? ” “Oh no, honey,” I said, “He’s just got a touch of the Ramadan Guilt.” This ummah and our collective Ramadan Guilt never cease to amaze me. Some would argue that it is good that people try to “wise up” during Ramadan and be conscious of what they need to do for their faith.
(NB of course I wrote this only hours before I found out that *someone* DIDN’T dump his girlfriend/piece/whatever she is for Ramadan. Staying with the girl is still kinda skeevy during Ramadan. We’ve been going out for a while but I am kinda freaking out because he said he won’t call me for a month but not to worry. Do you think he has another girlfriend, or that he just doesn’t know how to dump me? Because during Ramadan we gotta have our stuff on LOCK.
We are boy- and girlfriend and that isn’t acceptable in Islam, but we would like to mary.
(Our kids will be raised as Muslims and I’m planning to learn more about the Islam so that there’s no confusion) My boyfriend doesn’t want to hurt anyone, especially not his parents, he has great respect for them.
It should be taken as seriously as any other major decision in life--with prayer, careful investigation and family involvement.
First of all, Muslim youth develop very close friendships with their same-sex peers.