Experience leisurely sailing through the Toronto Harbour and Islands, with stunning views of the skyline while you enjoy a delicious HALAL buffet-style lunch prepared fresh by our Chef. Cruise Information Location: 11 Polson St, Toronto, ON M5A 1A4Date: Saturday, September 9, 2017Time: PM - PMCruise Time: - PMDress Code: Summer Attire19 Event The Following is Included in your Ticket:4-hours cruising through the Toronto Harbour Delicious lunch prepared fresh by our chefs.
Gorgeous Toronto city skyline & harbor views LUNCH MENU: Served Buffet Style Specialty Mocktail accompanied with Crudités and Bruschetta.
Women in the Philadelphia Muslim community, which is primarily African American, may also face a double whammy: a dearth of educated men in communities ravaged by unemployment and incarceration, said Aneesah Nadir, whose observation is echoed in research by the Brookings Institution and Yale University.
Nadir is a social worker specializing in premarital education and project director of the Muslim Alliance in North America’s Healthy Marriage Initiative.
One of their early dates involved talking for hours on her porch. YONG KIM / Staff Photographer Naeemah Khabir, a 35-year-old devout Muslim who works for the Department of Veteran Affairs in Philadelphia, has attended matchmaking events from New Brunswick, N. “Everyone knows it, but it goes unspoken.” Muslims say there’s an epidemic of educated, professional women older than 30 struggling to find suitable matches among Muslim men, who are often less bound by a biological clock and societal expectations, and more likely than Muslim women to marry younger and outside their culture or religion.
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An obstacle to finding a good Muslim man through dating can be Islam itself: The religion limits intermingling with the opposite sex, prohibits physical intimacy before marriage, and requires the presence of a Khabir, along with Kashief Smith, a fellow member of the United Muslim Masjid in South Philadelphia, created a “marriage fair” under the mosque’s Healthy Marriage Committee.
First taking place with a speed-dating format in 2012, this year it was revamped and rebranded as a match-up event.