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They are religious but my parents love me so they will accept anyone who makes me happy, to them my happiness is more important than some religious restrictions.i am dating a christian guy who promise to convert to islam bt i dnt if he can still change back to christian if he marry me finish,am afraid i love islam and i dnt want to go into another religion.,and another person is asking for my hand in marriage though he is a muslim bt he is married early last year and am thinking it too early for him to talk about second wife.i need your advice. First of all, allow us to remind you of something that you neglected in your question, and it seems that you are also neglecting it in your life, whilst you are continuing with this behaviour and are far away from a good environment and a society that reminds you of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted.This thing is the fact that your dating your boyfriend is haram, and it is haram to be in contact with a man in a love relationship outside of a legitimate marriage, regardless of whether that man is a Muslim, a Christian or anything else.the Saudi-American relationship virtually always blossoms in the States, in a climate that allows dating, cohabitation, children out of wedlock, religious diversity, and a multitude of other Islamic sins which go unnoticed by Saudi relatives and religious leaders thousands of miles away.American citizen wives swear that the transformation in their Saudi husbands occurs during the transatlantic flight to the Kingdom.Note to readers: This weblog entry on official advice to women not to marry Muslim men has, to my surprise and delight, become the springboard for an intense, heated, and personal dialogue between non-Muslim women romantically involved with Muslim men.