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Since: Mar 09

Toronto, Canada

#1 Mar 18, 2009
ovo je malo complicated guys. I'm a bosnian serb but I really care about bosnian muslims as well and in love with the most beautiful bosnian muslim ever. I can't imagine my life with out her just impossible. Short story: After the war a bosnian muslim woman with 2 kids had nowhere to go soo my dad let her stay at our house despite they were muslim we were in Canada at that time....she stayed at our house for 2 yrs with her 2 kids. I've always treated everyone equal and my family but why is to wrong for a serbian guy to date a bosnian muslim -- and do I ever have a chance at spending my life with this girl. Can we share 2 religions??? I'm so confused and somethings thing life is unfair. Any comments will be appreciated.
MPA

Sydney, Australia

#2 Apr 1, 2009
Gee I hate it when no one responds so here I am.
Dude, it's your life so you should do what you want. If you love her, and the love is true, then why not? Just maybe be prepared for some tough obstacles for you both but if you really are for each other, then you can both go through the highs and lows. Just because there has been hatred in the past does not mean you have to carry it forward yourself. Good luck.

Since: Apr 09

Jelutong, Malaysia

#3 Jun 4, 2009
Can we share 2 religions??? I'm so confused and somethings thing life is unfair. Any comments will be appreciated.

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I dont know about Bosnian laws... but under Islamic law, Muslim women are only allowed to marry Muslim men.
canada

Toronto, Canada

#4 Jun 7, 2009
I read somewhere: a statistic that before 1992 there were 38% of inter marriages between bosnian musilims serbs.....don't know what the stat is now.

I don;t think bosnian muslims follow the islamic law. Maybe i'm wrong but i don't.

Babu

UAE

#5 Jun 9, 2009
You have to understand that Bosnian Serbs and bosnian muslims dont really like each other...Many dont even want to be married to a Serb.
hrvatski vitez iz konjic

Australia

#6 Jun 9, 2009
to ti je jugoslovenski brak
Monique

Hamilton, Canada

#7 Jun 9, 2009
Love is strange and powerful, sometimes there is just no right answer to our questions about it. I have a similar situation, I am in love with a Bosnian Muslim man and I am a Canadian non-religious woman. His family likes me but for us to get married I think it would become a problem that I am not Muslim and that I am not Bosnian. I would like to hear the result from your situation! Any advice for mine? Is this a lost cause or should I continue to fight for my love?
Canada

Toronto, Canada

#8 Jun 10, 2009
Love has nothing to do with religion unfortunately Muslims feel like there is. Religions are overlapped they all share common paths. We as humans should share our religions and embrace the power of it. Same way as you learn about someone else their likes/dislikes family members...their struggles etc etc.

If muslims wanna marry only muslims let them. I've had a situation with my bosnian muslim friend she was like sorry my dad doesn't let non-mulims inside the house.......I was like whaaaa ur kidding....i left and i said fuck it its not even worth it. There are sooo many nice n' beautiful people around the word why stick to 1...espcially who don't even respect you because ur not muslim....

experience life and enjoy and find someone who just don't care and just wants to have fun...
North Carolina

Greensboro, NC

#9 Jun 23, 2009
Canada wrote:
Love has nothing to do with religion unfortunately Muslims feel like there is. Religions are overlapped they all share common paths. We as humans should share our religions and embrace the power of it. Same way as you learn about someone else their likes/dislikes family members...their struggles etc etc.
If muslims wanna marry only muslims let them. I've had a situation with my bosnian muslim friend she was like sorry my dad doesn't let non-mulims inside the house.......I was like whaaaa ur kidding....i left and i said fuck it its not even worth it. There are sooo many nice n' beautiful people around the word why stick to 1...espcially who don't even respect you because ur not muslim....
experience life and enjoy and find someone who just don't care and just wants to have fun...
First of your a jerk. You were only useing her.
That is why Muslim people dont really want to marry anyone out of there religion because each person knows there religion. Saying " Fuck this, its not worth it" is something so wrong to say.
If she wasnt worth it in the first place then why the fuck would you go for her? Oh wait i know why, Only to use her.. to enjoy yourself. I dont even know you but from what you just posted its like i known you my whole life. How could you say something like? WOW. Your pathetic.
mee

AOL

#10 Jul 3, 2009
okay i am a bosnian muslim. and u know what u dont blame anybody for what happend in the past. it had to happen so it did lets not look back. i have lost my dad and my brother during the war and i dont blame anybody especially kids who were my age at that time .wtf i hate when parents are like dont hang out with him his dad might have killed urs. yea but what does he have to do with it its not his fault. anyways u hope u got my point man. just go for what ur heart tells u and dont listen to nobody.the person that wrote "fuck this it isnt worth it" well i got few words for u retard u have not been through what that family has been the gurls dad probably had a good reason not to let u in the house. because ur a fuckin looser that has no brain . ur a dumb ass
Hajvani

Malmö, Sweden

#12 Jul 6, 2009
Let the guy enjoy his life suckers ! He is a bit smarter the pasulj eating monkeys
Begajeta

Brisbane, Australia

#13 Jul 18, 2009
hi.. so I was born a bosnian muslim, I guess you could say.. in the capital Sarajevo.. my mum and dad were both ahh 100%? bosnian muslims, when the war broke out we came to australia but unfortunately my father died,rip..and now 16 years later, my mum is married to a serbian since 1999.. wow 10 years.. 10 years of pain... 10 years of not being in contact with my mothers family... you know why? cos she married a serbian.. maybe you think that bosnian muslims dont follow islamic law...i never have but when my mum married this bastard.. her family disowned us...dont know what else to write except that its fcked..i havent seen anyone in years and years and years...instead now i see HIS family...fckn bullshit. anywho, thats my family though. i wish my mum had never married him. she should have put her kids first and goddamit-she should've got over love...YEA YEA YEA everyone needs love but she had OUR love, mine and my older sister's. my older sister hates my serbian step-dad by the way, as do i, he is a waste of space, serbian pig ahhh *sigh* never dows anything around the house, urgh straying off topic... i guess i'll conclude with muslims, marry muslims... and serbs, marry p.... woops i mean serbians. ahh *sigh* good to get that out.
Canada

Toronto, Canada

#14 Jul 19, 2009
no offense dude but ur step day is a fuckin' asshole straight up!!! sry for inappropriate language.
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I started this thread because the girl that i love with all my heart is a bosnian(muslim) and I'm bosnian(serb). All i want is to be with this girl and share religions and be happy.

I don't want our families to split up and never talk to us again...like what happened to "Begajeta" in the last reply. I am good with her family tho and friends but if anyone has any ideas how we can be together and share religions please help....thanks!
nontieve

United States

#15 Jul 28, 2009
i know exactly how u feel. i too am dating a bosnian muslim. his family dislikes me because i am not bosnian nor muslim. but i know this bosnian muslim woman and a bosnian serb that got married. they have a son and he shares both religions. they got married at city hall. her family did have a hard time, and so did his but they learned to accept it. they are both happy and in love. yea, not all families are as understanding as theirs, but its worth giving it a shot. i say go for it. be with the one you love.
Latif

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

#16 Jul 28, 2009
jebo vas engleski
Nemanja

Belgrade, Serbia

#17 Jul 28, 2009
haha Latife, dobar si :P
daj im reci da picka nema veru ni naciju :)))
da da, a ljubav? e jbg, trazili ste gledajte, to nekad bilo normalno a danas se po forumima price raspredaju, jajaja majmuni smo postali, eto sta je ! poserem se u usta svakome ko oce zaljubljene da rastavlja za takve gluposti
Croman

Chicago, IL

#18 Jul 28, 2009
First to Begajeta: your mom's family are racist idiots, and they abandon you, and now you blam your mom's husband? It's his fault?
To the guy who started the post - lets cut the crap, before the war not 5% of muslims in Bosnia went to mosques. Now they are all big muslims.
Many Christians did not go to churches either.
If you love the woman and she loves you, and the kids behave and are respectful, whats the problem?
Socialize with people not from ex-YU because they are mostly messed up. Build your life together as Canadians.
Kids will hopefully grow normal, and religion will not be a big deal.
Most importantly - stay away from messed-up ex-Yugos who are still fighting old wars.
And BTW, Serbs and muslims still get married in Bosnia, at least in teh areas where muslim fanaticism is not that strong (Tuzla, Bihac).
GOOD LUCK!
josh

Bowling Green, KY

#19 Jul 28, 2009
Sorry to jump off topic but I am an american and I just married a bosnian woman. I love her family (father muslim, mother serb.) We are going to croatia on our honeymoon and I want to get her uncle something really special. I have met him once before, and he is the greatest. Any ideas on what to get. I would like to get him something you can only get here or that is rare over seas. Thank you in advance.
Croman

Chicago, IL

#21 Jul 29, 2009
Dude - that is easy. Get some American Indian souvenir, some feathers, and whatever crap tehy make. People will keep that on the wall for generations.
If you want to give gifts to kids, get childrens books in English, something simple, preferably with animals. Its good for kids to learn english slowly.
Sagi

Iowa City, IA

#22 Oct 2, 2009
“Can we share 2 religions?”
Absolutely Yes!!! You are not the first or the last person to care for someone outside of your religion.

First are you planning to marry her? Well if you are that probably means you both love each other.(lets hope so :-D )

So talk to her! Share your concern she is probably going through same question. So it’s best to share your thought and concerns and you might be surprised how much you guys are in a common ground.

(Two possible option comes from communicating with her either you will end up loving her even more, Or realize you guys are not meant for each other.)

This is an excellent obstacle to learn each other. This can help you learn how to deal with whatever might life throws at you later in life. And I believe the key is being honest with each other and most importantly to YOURSELF!

(personal experience)
One thing I would recommend to consider is your families. They tend to make things hard by being “naïve” as I like to call. Some members of the family might not have an open embrace. you should be prepare for that.
Good Luck to you and best wishes for both of you!

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