Good Luck in life:)
Your marriage is such a nice example for me. Thank you so much. :)
Best of luck to You.
It is so relaxing for me to know about couples who managed to work it out. I hope Piotr and I can be like that girl's parents too. And thanks a lot. :)
Your parents might be okay with it but what about the rest of your family and other people who will find out about it?
I don't care that much about what other relatives think. Probably some of them will not like it but the reason for that will be just prejudices, you know, a non-muslim and foreigner guy will be automatically a "bad guy" in their eyes but Piotr is such a polite and nice person in reality. The permissions of my dad and mom were crucial and thankfully they liked Piotr and now both my mom and dad are okay with it.
lso, I know that technically Turkish civil law allows for Muslim women to marry non-Muslim men but how long will that last? Erdogan's agenda (beyond stealing as much as he can) is clearly to islamize the legal code. Hopefully his present problems will continue and he'll soon disappear but there are conservative elements are on the rise in Turkey.
Yeah, since Turkey is a secular state, if a muslim girl wants to marry a non-muslim guy, she can marry. And indeed, I know so many Turkish girls who are married non-muslim guys. But I'll be the first one in my family. And for the rise of conservative elements, so many Turkish people are muslim but they like to live in a secular state and they would do anything if someone tried to limit them. For example drinking alcoholic drinks, so many muslims in Turkey drink and if anyone tries to limit them they start to speak up. I mean, it's not so easy to limit the freedoms of Turkish people drastically.
How would this affect travel in other muslim countries (if you ever want/have to pass through or visit them)?
I am sorry, I couldn't understand this question fully I guess. :)
Good luck :)
Thank you! :)
(I wrote thank you in Turkish hours ago but they deleted it I think, I didn't know that rule)
I was in Poland for 4 days to meet with my boyfriend and his family, just got back home today. Everything went perfect. It seemed like his parents liked me a lot. I liked them too. His mother asked me if I really want to marry Piotr and if I am ready and such. I said yes and she smiled so genuinely. :)
Thank you so much to all who answered my question and motivated me. :)