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There is the universal recollection of approaching Riyadh and witnessing the donning of the black abayas and face veils by the fashionably dressed Saudi women.For many women, the Saudi airport is the first time they see their husband in Arab dress (i.e., the thobe and ghutra).It does not matter whether he practices Islam or not. Becoming a Muslim's wife would mean you are sacrificing your freedom. If you hope to have a successful married life, consider finding a Christian man. If you are married to a Muslim, never even consider giving up your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ under any situations.June 25, 2008 update: But not all the advice against intermarriage is directed to non-Muslim women.It is remarkable for its undiplomatic and anecdotal tone, so distant from the department's standard bureaucratic style.

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For those American women reluctant to wear an abaya (the all-encompassing black cloak) and for those Saudi husbands who did not make an issue of the abaya prior to arriving, the intense public scrutiny that starts at the airport—given to a western woman who is accompanying a Saudi male—is usually the catalyst for the eventual covering up.

Since the overwhelming majority of American citizen wives never travel to the Kingdom prior to their marriage, they are abruptly catapulted into Saudi society.

AKI reports today that, in response to the growing number of Moroccan women who are marrying European men, Sheikh Mohammed al-Tawil of Fez, Morocco insisted in an interview with Al-Arabiya television that marriage between Moroccan women and non-Muslim European men is unacceptable.

"This kind of marriage, between Moroccan women and European men, is forbidden by the Koran and the Sunna.

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