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    How would girls feel, honestly, if they were asked out by a muslim who is non-practicing ?
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    I would worry that if all went to plan and we were to get married, that i'd have to convert to your religion due to pressure from your family. (Haven't a clue what your family is like etc I just know someone who was put under immense pressure to convert or leave.) I personally wouldn't convert so there would be no point saying yes if your family would expect me to.
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    A person's religion is something I strongly consider when getting into a relationship- I'm a Christian- so it is highly unlikely I would say yes if a non-practising Muslim asked me out. I know there are a lot of girls out there who doesn't even consider religion though.
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    Not all families pressure people to revert my dad is Muslim and my mum is Christian. Although my dad's is a revert himself

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