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Hi everyone on SS.

I'm not sure where to start. Basicaly ive been seeing a muslim girls for a aout 6 months. I think i may love her . i guess weve just become really close. Ive even thought about marriage. But can these marriages have a future?

ive never really looked at a muslim girl twice before this. But she started working at my work place. and ive just felt like ive known her all my life.

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Bottom line is that if Sikhi is important to you, you shouldn't even think of marrying a non-Sikh. Otherwise, marry who you want.

This has been discussed plenty of times on the forum so I'm closing this thread. Please use the search feature.

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