Dating in middle eastern culture
They like to keep what they do behind closed doors very private.
While I don’t imagine that you share intimate details about your relationship with the world, keep in mind that things that are no big deal to you, may be more personal to them.
While he may be okay with your relationship that doesn’t mean all of his family will be as thrilled to see it plastered all over Facebook; it may have negative repercussions for his family life.Just going out in public with my Saudi Arabian friends, I often got nervous or disapproving looks.When I mentioned I was seeing a guy from the Middle East the most common response I got was “be careful.” This always just confused me. Usually the implication was that he was going to take me to his country and never let me go. While it made me laugh it also made me very upset to see how fundamentally misunderstood their culture is and how unwilling people are to give them a chance.Jerks don’t all come from a particular country, religion, or culture so don’t judge a whole group of people from negative stereotypes!The values of Arab culture are unique and often mysterious to Westerners.