Both trends lead to a shortfall of available Muslim men. This situation can often create a strenuous dynamic in relationships with men from patriarchal cultures. Sadly, it's not an isolated example. Men are more likely to work and socialise with British Christian women than their female Muslim counterparts, which leads to a higher chance of such marriages occurring. These are events where Muslim men and women meet for the purpose of seeking an ideal marriage partner.
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Why British Muslim women struggle to find a marriage partner
This situation can often create a strenuous dynamic in relationships with men from patriarchal cultures. Marrying men outside the faith is only considered permissible in most communities if the men convert. Until they do so, many women who want to marry men of the same faith will continue to struggle. Both trends lead to a shortfall of available Muslim men. Rooful Ali, founder of Emerald Muslim eventsbelieves that the average age of women attending tends to be early 30s, while for men it is late 20s. Loading comments… Trouble loading?