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I have told him that I would convert and I have embraced his culture and his family, but it doesn't seem to be enough. He wants the relationship to keep going but he says there are no guarantees. On the other hand, he know that he will need his family and he knows that his family will not be at ease with a catholic girl. You can speak the language and learn the culture and cook better than his mom - you will never be PERSIAN.The other night he told me he didn't want to hurt me in the future because he wasn't sure if it would ever work out between us. He called his parents to tell them how much he loved me, they told him I was a sweet girl but not to get too attached because it isn't right to end up with someone from such a different religion/culture. In the past he told me that if religion was our only issue, he wouldn't let it ruin us in the long run. I have heard this before from my Persian friend's mother as well as my Japanese friend's mother - "My son, go have your fun with this nice and sweet "non Persian" or "non Japanese" girl and when you are ready we'll find you a nice "Persian" or "Japanese" wife".Find out if you can provide him with what he needs, such as respect and honor (and don't we all yearn to have that? Remember, this isn't necessarily an Iranian-only trait...

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I believe its true for all religions and not just Christians.

I say the same thing to my non-practicing Muslim friends - date and marry a non-practicing Muslim boy/girl. It didn't think how important the spirituality would be years ago - but now after many years of marriage I tell you that it is even more important than love.

Same faith marriages build on a solid mix the religions, this foundation becomes shakey at best.

I love my husband dearly.there are cultural differences, but these are things I can easily live with and many are quite endearing. He treats me with the utmost respect, more than any man I have ever known.

and then decide whether to pursue this relationship further or to walk away and save yourself a whole bunch of pain and heartache.

You can't force two un-fitting pieces to fit to make a stable and comfortable relationship.Anyway, life with my Persian Prince has been absolutely wonderful, perhaps not perfect, but still wonderful.I believe any relationship should have the common ground of faith to build upon.I trust him in all regards and he truly admired by many in our community as a man of honor.So for those of you having issues with your Persian Princes, first check out what you have in common, especially faith-wise.I read that it is permissable for a muslim man to get married to a christian or jewish woman - is this allowed in South Africa.

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