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How I Found Love in an Arranged Marriage

My nontraditional romance taught me how to put myself first

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II have always accepted that I would have an arranged marriage to preserve my Muslim faith. While Muslims are not required to have arranged marriages, Islam does mandate that we live very modest and chaste lives, and requires men and women to refrain from unnecessary contact with unrelated members…




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