Misyar dating

Emirati woman struggling to find potential spouse due to cultural and work barriers

2020.05.29 23:12 3abiratSabeel Emirati woman struggling to find potential spouse due to cultural and work barriers

*EDIT: I am not looking for advice. I am only asking if anyone here knows someone they can connect me to or if they know someone who may know someone. If you don’t, please don’t comment. I have provided the reasons for why I am reaching out here and to friends and acquaintances (and been getting some leads this way so far so this is looking promising inshallah!) and not to other methods and I will not be repeating myself. Before commenting with a question please re-read the post or check the comments below. Thanks for the support. *
Salaam alaykum,
I live in the UAE and would like anyone’s help to connect me with Emirati men for the reasons I will mention below:
I’m becoming disillusioned at the cultural barriers for me or my family to initiate looking for a potential spouse. I lived my adult life abroad and only recently returned back so that limited my cultural networks in UAE. Moving abroad again is not an option for me due to personal reasons I do not want to mention in a public medium. I work in a female dominant field so meeting a potential spouse through work is not an option. I work in a people facing job where client confidentiality and strict boundaries in my relationships with them outside of work are essential so online dating or matrimonial websites in a country as small as UAE is not an option either. I had previously considered expat men but given how much I’ve seen children of Emirati mothers struggle with citizenship I don’t want my children to go through the same. I just started asking for friends to help me look for someone and thought I also reach out anonymously online instead of waiting for bread to fall from the sky.
I’m single, never previously married, no children, turning 30 in a few months. I’m looking for a single Emirati man between the ages of 29-40 who won’t shame me for my mixed Ajam/Arab background or my cultural identity crisis. I don’t mind if he is divorced as long as he doesn’t have children because I don’t think I’m ready at this time to transition to being a parent. I am not looking for misyar or mut’ah and I do not want to be in a polygamous marriage.
Although having some level of connection is important, what’s more important than compatibility for me is having mutual curiosity about each other’s differences and narratives. Having said that I will share my values and interests below as I understand that not everyone will be comfortable with them or will connect so transparency is important:
My views of Islam are not always mainstream and I have been partially influenced by Sufism. I’m an intersectional de-colonial feminist (not a “I hate men!” feminist). I’m an INFP in the Myers Briggs but scored close to T and J. I value deep conversations that can flow between the intellect and the heart but that can also meander to fun places and not take life too seriously. I value an approach to life that is not about ticking boxes or following trends. I enjoy connecting with emotionally intelligent men who do not shy away from difficult conversations. I enjoy connecting with men who are passionate about something (anything that makes them have a sense of wonder of life) that I can see that passion flow in their eyes and who are willing to learn and grow for its own sake not for the sake of appearing cool. I have a wide variety of interests such as poetry, art, travel, and outdoor adventures among others and have a varied taste in music, movies, and books (I hate horror though!).
If you have reached this far (thank you!) and are interested or know someone who may be interested, feel free to send me a private message.
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2016.11.20 21:22 misyarmutah Questions Regarding Misyar

Hi,
I'm possibly going to work in Dubai in a two-year contract (not sure yet as I haven't accepted any offers).
I'm aware that 'dating' in the Western sense is frowned upon and you can't have a girlfriend or any other females over unless they are related or your wife. Is that correct?
I've also heard people mentioning temporary marriage, Misyar to work around it. I have tried to google how that works exactly but I have mainly come across news articles or forums debating religious morality and whether this is right/wrong.
Does anyone know where I can find more information regarding this? I want to know the limitations (if any) imposed by the religious backgrounds of bride and groom. If the citizenship (I'm not UAE citizen) makes a difference.
Is it just like a normal marriage, you find the bride, ask her parents for her hand in misyar marriage, agree time etc. or is this done more on the own accord of the female? If the latter, is there a marriage agency or matchmaking service that is popular or well-known in the misyar marriage sector?
sorry for the many questions and I hope you can help.
thanks
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