Then, when she granted me permission to ask your advise, I held back my response because I wanted to see if you would tell her anything different.This is my response: He lied about his name/nationality.As he didn't get what he wanted he remained sulky, refused to pay for things for me, he said "if you want something, you buy it".
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’m recently divorced, mid-thirties, no kids, living at home with my parents because it’s rent free and we are very close.I was raised Protestant but never believed in god and am non-religious now. “you asked me to be honest, yes I am :)” “Are you really from France? This was last Thursday and we had a date on Friday night. ” I told him yes, that I didn’t care that he was Muslim or isn’t French, I care that he lied about it.If you need a visual on what the prettier girls in Algeria look like then take a look at Amina Kaddur - she's a supermodel with a face that could stop a freight train dead in its tracks.Algeria is obviously a Muslim country, which means that most of the women here are pretty conservative in how they approach life, and the world of dating.