Jordan

New York, NY

#41 Aug 29, 2012
Angel_Malak wrote:
That's why it is better to live in the USA , when living in Jordan , it is totally differnt there and their customs . While in the USA they are more americanized . When in Jordan , it is not the same . Thier family orders them to pray , 5 times @ day . Although , they should do the same here in USA . If your a true Muslim , You live Islam no matter where you live . There is nothing wrong in praying and being a good Muslim ! But in USA , they will not give them that time at their jobs here , due to their employers are not Muslim and do not understand to give them that time to pray , Which is to be told and arranged when they are interviewed to work . But 9 times out of 10 , here in the USA , that will not be allowed . Most of the works here also , they have to do Haram things , For instance if they work at a convience store , they must handle alcohol . Which in islam is haram . But they gotta work . So what does a man do in that case ? Think about it !!! Thats why i say they have to do thing that make them become Americanized ...
Well, just to let you know; despite the fact that Alcohol is prohibited in Islam. But most Muslims do drink in Jordan, especially young people!

Don't forget there's Christians in Jordan as well..

& we are civilized in terms of everything, including our culture, in comparison with the rest of the Arab countries. That's if you understand the difference between Civilization & Americanization.
Jordan

New York, NY

#42 Aug 29, 2012
von arikat wrote:
Do Jordanian men go for black women? Are there any successful marriages with these men?
Yes we do go for black women, many of us love black women & ready to marry them as well..

I'm wondering the same, if there's any marriage that's already happened between Jordanian men & black women. So I have no clue.lol

But for me, I would love to marry a black woman, in fact that's what I'm looking for right now.

All my respects & love for black women <3
Jordan

New York, NY

#43 Aug 29, 2012
chanel wrote:
mohammad.... so what do you think about Jordanian men and black women???.... i know its not a popular choice in your culture
It's not that popular, but that doesn't mean that it's not happening now. It is happening :)

Like 20 years ago, it was "rare" to find a White American Man with a Black American Woman, but now it's happening, & successful marriages occur, right ?

Regards.
Kayla

Fairburn, GA

#44 Nov 11, 2012
Well im an 18 year old girl .. African american , and I have been talking to this Arab boy who is also 18 for over 6 month. He lives in Amman Jordan .. on the western part.. WE talk over the phone and the computer video chatting. when we are talking .. i were a hijab ? I have spoken with his mother and his sister. He said that he wanted to marry me nd i said ok... WE ARE not DATING ..because that is not allowed. He isnt in a rush to come to the US. So my question here would be what should i do, because he father doesnt know. Should i go to jordan to just meet his father and live there with them ? or should i jut wait and try to get him a visa .. because THATS WHAT I WANT !
Chrystal

Brainerd, MN

#45 Nov 13, 2012
I am married to a Jordanian man and I love him very much. I am from MN, and I moved to Jordan for a year to be with him and his family. Though some of his family doesn't approve of us others do. But we love each other very much, in a very real way! I am now in the US waiting for him to come here with me. We are best friends and he's a kind, gentle, loving, thoughtful man. I can't account for every Jordanian, but I know mine is a diamond in the rough! This life wouldn't be the same without him!
Chrystal

Brainerd, MN

#46 Nov 13, 2012
Kayla wrote:
Well im an 18 year old girl .. African american , and I have been talking to this Arab boy who is also 18 for over 6 month. He lives in Amman Jordan .. on the western part.. WE talk over the phone and the computer video chatting. when we are talking .. i were a hijab ? I have spoken with his mother and his sister. He said that he wanted to marry me nd i said ok... WE ARE not DATING ..because that is not allowed. He isnt in a rush to come to the US. So my question here would be what should i do, because he father doesnt know. Should i go to jordan to just meet his father and live there with them ? or should i jut wait and try to get him a visa .. because THATS WHAT I WANT !
Kayla, I think it really depends. I am older than you and as I enjoyed spending time with my husband's family in Jordan at times it was stressful because of the cultural differences and expectations. You need to be a very strong person and know who you are and though you may compromise on some aspects of your life to become one with your possible future husband, you also need to be able to withstand the powerful family dynamics of a Jordanian lifestyle. I deeply Love my husband with all my heart. But I have met many Jordanian men, my husband is unique in his love and ideals, from other Jordanian men. So please, be certain that he is a man worthy of you and you are a woman worthy of him! I hope this helps.:)
Massage Therapist

Amman, Jordan

#47 Nov 16, 2012
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Mandaluyong, Philippines

#48 Nov 20, 2012
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jenny

Amman, Jordan

#49 Nov 20, 2012
Abdalla wrote:
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so you want only just money not wife!
jenny

Amman, Jordan

#50 Nov 20, 2012
game over
jenny

Amman, Jordan

#51 Nov 20, 2012
Hi im looking for someone real..
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Amman, Jordan

#52 Nov 22, 2012
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sadi miha

United States

#53 Jan 14, 2013
K I'm a 22 year old black female. I met yazzem in america a year ago and we've been hard to seperate ever since. Our religions and custones ate very similar. I love him more then anything one day I pray to alah he will ask me to marry him he is a american citizen and he speaks of marriage and kids all the time with me and he wants me to go to jordan with him. Does it mean he TRUELY LOVES me and what's to spend a future with me like he says he does? Or will my skin color play a role in the future
princesspookie

Oceanside, CA

#54 Jan 16, 2013
2American woman wrote:
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I am Muslim myself now . Allah bless you .
im kind of in the same situation as american woman but my bf is from the state of palestne we need advice may i contact u for some advice? thanks in advance
Starz

Middletown, OH

#55 Feb 3, 2013
von arikat wrote:
Do Jordanian men go for black women? Are there any successful marriages with these men?
Yes, a lot of them are atrracted to black women. When I was in college, my friends and I always had admirers.
Starz

Middletown, OH

#56 Feb 3, 2013
Jordan wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not that popular, but that doesn't mean that it's not happening now. It is happening :)
Like 20 years ago, it was "rare" to find a White American Man with a Black American Woman, but now it's happening, & successful marriages occur, right ?
Regards.
White men have always liked bla k women as evidenced durung slavery in America. Most blacks in America are o f mixed heritage be ause white men had their way with black women and their was nithing a woman could do. Black colleges were formed so white men would have some place to send their illegitimate mixed children since they were't allowed to go to colleges for whites.
Monica

Overland Park, KS

#57 Feb 5, 2013
I am a 48 year old american catholic who has been married to a jordanian now for 25 years, my husband is a deeply proud american and was a citizen prior to marriage. He does not practice the faith he was born into. He would tell any american woman and tells his own daughters that most arab men view american women and its culture as too open and that living life as we do here is contrary to islam. He left Jordan because of its "restrictions" in choosing ones own path in life. He was eduated here at the universities and continues to choose to remain here. He states the class system in existance in jordan and other middle estern counties is alive and well and something he felt was petty and damaging to people as a whole and particularly to women. It is part of that culture and stays with those born and bred there no matter how one tries to get past it.
Our marriage has been anything but easy however we do both maintain a fierce desire to work and compromise equally for our love and our children. Most difficulties as a woman married to a jordanian will come from raising children and finances- much like any marriage- however these are heightened with anyone who was born and bred in a middle eastern country. Views on adolescent children, their discipline, behavior- these should all be seriously discussed prior to marriage. An equal honest share in financial decisions should also be discussed. Arab men will be honest for the most part but will have different meaning behind their words. This is not intentional for the most part but none the less it will catch you off gaurd and cause confusion. Marriage despite the availability and prevailing thought that divorce is always an option should not be entered into quickly or from conversation on the net, especially but not limited to middle eastern men. It can and does work though it will not work on love alone! Be ready to really be tested with personal convictions and beliefs as many will be compromised in such a marriage.
Zilda

UK

#58 Mar 5, 2013
I am from New Zealand and visited Petra last August and met someone who is a wonderful Jordanian man. We were together until his father arranged his marriage to another bedouin woman, he asked me to wait for him to end this engagement and eventually I was able to return to Jordon. This time his father insisted that he not be with me so I left again but we both love each other very much and he wants to marry me. Here is the problem, I am many years older than him and for him it doesn't matter and I am very good friends with all his friends and they all know how much he loves me...and I have not had someone love me with such a deep love and although the age difference is there we both adore each other very much. I would like to know what is the best plan for us to be together...I read travelling to Cyprus is the easiest way for marriage but I need to know he can travel to NZ with me or perhaps England...but when is the right time for marriage?? returning to NZ?
GEORGE

Fullerton, CA

#59 Mar 11, 2013
Zilda wrote:
I am from New Zealand and visited Petra last August and met someone who is a wonderful Jordanian man. We were together until his father arranged his marriage to another bedouin woman, he asked me to wait for him to end this engagement and eventually I was able to return to Jordon. This time his father insisted that he not be with me so I left again but we both love each other very much and he wants to marry me. Here is the problem, I am many years older than him and for him it doesn't matter and I am very good friends with all his friends and they all know how much he loves me...and I have not had someone love me with such a deep love and although the age difference is there we both adore each other very much. I would like to know what is the best plan for us to be together...I read travelling to Cyprus is the easiest way for marriage but I need to know he can travel to NZ with me or perhaps England...but when is the right time for marriage?? returning to NZ?
sorry to break it to ya, but he is probably just like 99.99% of all the other arab guys..........they just want you for your foreign citizenship!!! after he gets that from you he'll go back to jordan and let his parents pick out a native girl for him.
Miki

Gainesville, FL

#60 Jul 9, 2013
Do NOT waste your time with arabs. He will use you, downgrade your self-esteem and leave you for arab woman which his big family choses for him. Majority of them (no matter they are catholic or muslims) do not have their own opinion and live only for what their relatives say. I've been through that and several of my GF too. It was a big love between us as well in case of my GF but everything ended up under the pressure of arabic society. They don't have their will even being away from their country.

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