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I do know which is the best possible philosophy -- I only know that Islam is deeply and inextricably linked with who he is as a person, and I love and respect that person.
I see how his faith has made him kind, tolerant, and patient. His family lives several states away, so I have yet to meet them.
While it's great to think ahead, I am not sure if these months are enough to judge a person whom you may want to spend the rest of your life with.
He's going to be a partner for life and for being a devout Muslim, I suspect that he'll want his kids to be raised a certain way so make sure you learn all the aspects of that.
Think about openly discussing it with him and at the same time, consider learning more about the religion. Read the [quran] ( it's a good place to start. There must be a spectrum just like with other religions with regards to how liberally someone follows Islam right? I may be wrong on this, but from my observations, Indian/Paki Muslims tend to prefer marriage within their own ethnicities.
Also consider how your family or his family may react, as this often tends to have an effect on each spouse, regardless of how sure you are that your parents don't affect you.Sometimes, Indian-American families are more closely knit compared to regular American families.This can go either way, you may just love the extra attention or you may feel it's annoying as hell.For example, if you have a daughter, she can only marry Muslim men.
Your interaction with other males, and cultural differences. While his goal of not having any premarital sex is admirable, I don't think it's possible if two people who love each other are together, alone, and are already kissing. I'm just interested in religion and culture so I surf these subs. I assume that must only be for more devout followers.etc.) to be 'sacrifices,' so I have no reason to suspect that they should bother me later on.