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Last week, I showed a pic of us to a friend who gave me a look (I’ll admit, I’m a bit naive and too trusting of just about everyone). I met him at the train station and before we left, I said “you have some explaining to do.” We talked for about 10 minutes in my car. I asked him if he’s disappointed that I won’t convert to Islam. But if the media, friends, and some family are right, then I’m screwed.I previously found out, and he confirmed, that his real name is Ahmed, he comes from Algeria, and is a cashier in a convenience store. He said that’s my choice, that “it’s not a big deal, trust me.” I asked him if he would ever consider marrying a non-Muslim. I asked if he would ever raise non religious children. He said he doesn’t blame me for thinking the way that I do, that the media gives us bad pics of Muslims. It’s only been 3 weeks but he has swept me of my feet. What if the man I see before me really doesn’t care about religion? I had just told her that I was moving to Africa to marry a man I had met only six months previously, and her reaction was typical of the scepticism which greeted me whenever I told anyone about my exciting plan.

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So I met this guy online, he was living in a city I was going to visit, we talked for a month on a daily basis and he seemed very nice and very dedicated to me. He looked european and came there from France, so maybe that's why I didn't get him us arab guy at first (berber in his case).

I didn't really care much because I just wanted someone to hang out with.

Race and religion play no part in this relationship.

He is using you and if you want something better, then get out.

At the time, there were constant stories in the newspapers about middle-aged women going on holiday and losing their hearts to good-looking young foreigners on the hunt for a European passport and a boosted bank account. I had been single, out of choice, for some years — after the latest ill-judged liaison had come to grief, and I had decided, officially, to give up on the whole idea of men and relationships.

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