Dating muslim women in russia

03-Dec-2017 14:47

The project is undertaken with the cooperation of nongovernmental organizations and government authorities, and regular training sessions have been held to find solutions, especially for married Turkish women living in abroad.

The initial results announced in February this year emphasized that Turkish women have problems in getting citizenship and with their children's education, as they have difficulty in accessing information.

Saying that religious conversion is possible on both sides, Güngör claimed that partners sometimes change their religion to have the families' consent.

On the other hand, if the woman is Turkish then she will more likely transfer her culture to any children the couple may have.

A recent study dealing with marriages between different nationalities abroad was presented to the subcommittee called "Problems and Solutions for Turkish Women living abroad, Turkish women who have given up their citizenship, and their families," which was established under the Committee on Equality of Opportunity for Women and Men.

Associate Professor Özcan Güngör, a lecturer in the sociology of religion at Yıldırım Beyazıt University in Ankara, shared details about the project, which is currently being carried out in partnership with the Presidency of Turks Abroad and Related Communities.

He said Turks living abroad prefer Germans as spouses the most, and the rate of Turkish-German marriages is high.

Güngör said they have interviewed more than 204 families and 500 people in three different states in Germany.

Starting in 2012, the project carried out field studies in France, Belgium and the Netherlands in its first two years.

A number of them cannot socialize and even those who want to go back to Turkey do not know how to reach the relevant authorities.

Based on the latest study results, 3.9 percent of marriages in Germany are between Turks and Germans, but the rate reaches up to 8 percent with extramarital affairs.Maligat Abakarova gives an interview in Dagestan on Sept. Ahead of the Sochi Olympics in February, Russia is taking saliva samples from Muslim women in the region, according to residents in the North Caucasus.