My Muslim boyfriend won't let me meet his family or even propose?

My Muslim boyfriend won't let me meet his family or even propose? Topic: Meet the sister wives
June 20, 2019 / By Shea
Question: My boyfriend and I have been together for 4 years and we are madly in love, He is Somalian Muslim and I am white. He went to his sister wedding in the uk recently and when I asked to with him he was like nooooooooo, that I couldn't meet his parent, apparently they are strict Muslims, in the 2 days he was away I was thinking why he wouldn't let me meet them, I mean surely I special enough and why he still wound not propose, he says we should get married when we are ready which in my opinion is bs because we both have an apartment and good jobs, I am scared he will leave me soon so please can you give me advice ? I've asked why he wouldn't tell his parent about and he replied with "are you really gonna make me choose between you and my parents ?" Don't get me wrong, he is kind and sweet and loving and treats like a queen also dw, he definitely does not have any other spouses lol, I have my connections lol. And no I am sure he went to the uk because his family lives in the uk.
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Nivek Nivek | 1 day ago
Try to talk him over, get him to tell you the truth. My wife is orthodox Russian, and ever since day one I took her to meet my parents, we're like together for 5 years now. Most Muslim guys prefer to go back and marry a Virgin girl from their country. So I guess you should let him tell you the truth, for example though I lived in Moscow Russia, I didn't have a relationship with my girl before marriage, because I guess that's the proper way to do it. Anyway, remind him of God, tell him that God doesn't accept that we continue without marriage, and god doesn't allow a man to deceive a girl etc. Also if you love him this much, show try to show interest in his religion, request that he teaches you something, show interest in his culture etc, maybe that should like change his opinion if he had any regarding cultural differences etc. Good luck
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Nivek Originally Answered: How did you meet your Boyfriend/ girlfriend?
I met my husband 7 years ago in London. He is South Korean and I am Polish. My friend invited me to a party at her new house and Shin was one of her new flatmates. He did not join the party cuz he had an important exam the next day and stayed in his room studying. I didnt know about his existence until about midnight I felt really sick (wasn't drunk at all) and asked my friend to let me lie down somewhere. As all the rooms were full of party people, she knocked at Shin's door and asked if I can lie down for a while. He let me in and was all shy and quiet. I wasn't feeling good enough to try to make any conversation and he just kept studying . After a while he suddenly asked how I feel and if I want some tea or something to eat. I remember that I just kept thinking : OMG he is so cute and I must look so pale and horrible..:) lol . He made me tea and called for pizza. We didn't talk much that night (we were both quite shy) but I felt the connection between us. We did not exchange phone numbers too. Next evening my friend told me, Shin was asking her if I am ok. I asked her if he is single and I was happy to hear that he was. A week later we all (me and all my friends) went to the pub and he was there too. This time we talked all evening and he walked me home. We met the next day for lunch and he asked me out on a proper date (there was a movie, dinner, walk and kiss involved). I moved in with him a month later and we are together ever since. He proposed 2 years later and we are over 4 years married now and still in love. Life is not all violets and roses, we argue, scream and cry sometimes and write each other off as no good but we always make up and stay close to each other. Hopefully for the next 70 years :) hmm...probably not the most romantic story ever...but for me it was kinda romantic :)
Nivek Originally Answered: How did you meet your Boyfriend/ girlfriend?
We met on line approximately 4 years in the past. We purely chatted on line for a whilst, and we by no potential concept it may circulate everywhere. We have been the two busy for a whilst and did no longer communicate as plenty, yet then it began up returned final year. We stated each thing and it grew to become into extra very own than until eventually now, and we finally swapped numbers and started talking on the telephone too. we live 265 miles aside, yet after some extra weeks we realised that we had to work out if shall we make it artwork. We met for the 1st time final August and had a tremendous week mutually, and that's as quickly as we've been given mutually formally. We broke up a pair of weeks in the past, yet we are back mutually now :) the long distance factor may well be confusing, yet we communicate every day, see one yet another as quickly as we are able to and have an prolonged term plan that he will circulate up right here in a pair of years, as quickly as we've stored up and that i've got complete uni.

Korey Korey
Sorry, but he won't marry you. That is a huge red flag! If he wanted to marry you, he would have introduced you to his parents. He doesn't want to go against his parents- they are strict Muslims, so they will only accept someone who is like them. I understand you are in love, but you don't need a man who doesn't have the balls to stick up for his choice of love.
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Indy Indy
I am sorry to say this, but I suspect that your friend already has a wife in his home country which might be the reason that he doesn't want to introduce you to his family. Are you sure that he went to the UK, may be he went home to Somalia. If you do not want to become wife No. 4, please reconsider your relationship with this man.
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Indy Originally Answered: My boyfriend's family doesn't like me moving in with him in his family's house, is it my fault?
That's too many people in one house, too much drama, and just not normal. You guys need to get out of the house and live on your own, as should his younger brother and wife. Nothing good will ever come from this living arrangement, and so to answer your question, yes it is your fault. You should not have moved in in the first place.

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