I am a

Wise Female


32 years

Marital Status



Ploiești, Romania

Here to

Seek a Husband

Preferred age between


Language(s) Spoken

English, Romanian

Original Nationality

Ploiești, Romania

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Life Digger

Do you smoke?

Casual Smoker

Do you drink?

Currently Don't Drink

Eating Habits

Halal Food when available

Do you have children?


If Allah wills, would you want to have kids?



Food Preparation / Serving Related

Employment Status

Full Time

Annual Income ($)

20,000$- 60,000$

Home Type

Shared Apartment

Living Situation

Live with Friends

After What Allah wills, Do you plan to live with your parents?


Willing to Relocate

Not Sure

A little about yourself

Like to be loved and followed with respected people

Height / cm


Weight / kg


Hair Color


Hair Length


Hair Type




Eye Color


Eye Wear



Hispanic / Latino

Body Type

Few Extra Pounds

My appearance considered as


Physical / Health status





Islam – Sunni

Born / Reverted

Reverted to Islam

Religious Level


Read Qur'an

Read Translated Version

What I love most about Islam

like everything about Islam and that’s why I reverted to Islam, and here are the main things but not all:
1. Women and men are equal in Islam: “Each of you is equal to the other” (Quran, 3:195). It is true that inequalities exist in many Muslim societies but it is also true that gender inequalities exist in many non-Muslim societies as well. Gender inequalities emanate from cultural practices, not the religion of Islam. In the Quran, men and women enjoy the same rights spiritually, but also socially and politically. Several Islamic countries have also had female heads of state, including Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Turkey.
2. Islam shares many religious figures and historical events with Judaism and Christianity. Muslims greatly respect Jesus. He is considered a prophet in Islam.
3. Muslims fast for 30 days every year for Ramadan, which is one of the five pillars of Islam. Ramadan this year is happening during most of the month of July. Muslims fast to experience what it feels like to be poor and hungry and to focus on their own inner spiritual journey. Fasting is a great teacher of compassion.
4. Islam is a religion with a deep commitment to social justice. In addition to the practice of Ramadan enabling Muslims to experience hunger as a poor and hungry person might, another of the five pillars of Islam is to help the poor through a donation of zakat. Put simply, Muslims must give 2.5 percent of their savings to the poor, as zakat is a requirement of those who have accumulated wealth.
5. Violence and suicide missions are un-Islamic. At its core, Islam is a religion of peace, a message reiterated many times throughout the Quran. The Quran calls its way “the paths of peace” (5:16) and states that God dislikes any disturbance of peace: “God loves not aggressors” (2:190). Additionally, there has been a fatwa (or religious decree) speaking directly against terrorism and suicide bombings, stating they are unjust, evil and have no place in Islam. People who perpetrate violence in the name of Islam are no more true to their faith than Christians who blow up abortion clinics.

I also like the equality of praying as an example, a trashman can lead the prayer of a boss or the president and a black can pray next to a white and all the differences.

Practicing Islam?



Accept Polygamy

Family Values

Open Minded

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What I'm looking for in a partner

Serious Dude and be my only man

My promises to my partner

Honest and would make my heart your comfortable home and follow you if you become my leader

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