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Rahim
42 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Seeking: Female 23 - 33
I am not an overly religion person but I do try my best to follow islam and i do love God. I do not believe in forcing anyone into being more or less religious and absolutely never judge anyone. I think that's the beauty of islam is that everyone is free to make their own choices in how they want to live their life, I am looking for a positive person who enjoys life, loves to laugh and is willing to live. I expect my wife to be my best friend and my partner in life. The one i can talk to and confine in, go through the good times and laugh with, travel with, go through all sorts of crazy adventures with, start a family with and make all sorts of stupid mistakes with. Someone i can learn and grow with, work though the hard times with and even cry with. I don't think im being unreasonable here and on the flip side I know my worth and know i can live up to your expectations as well. Now at the risk of sounding any more cocky or high on myself im going to tell you little more about myself. I am an intelligent, educated, strong person with a positive attitude in life and maybe even a little naive in thinking God always looks out for me. Ya im sure everyone thinks that but i think he really does lookout for me, haha. I like to enjoy life and experience it as much as possible (with in Islamic boundaries of course). I am very out going and can pretty much get along with anyone, trust me I've been tested, haha. Through out my life i have met and been around all sorts of different types of people and these experiences have given me different insights to others lives and helped keep me from stereo typing and judging. I like to think of myself as a well rounded and well adjusted human being and someone who can really adapt to any situation life lays out. I truly believe that if we don't love ourselves and think very highly of ourselves then why would anyone else. So with that said I hope i didn't turn you off with any of my comments about myself. In real life Im actually a very humble, grounded, easy going guy with what i like to think of as a great personality and sense of humor. Oh last thing about me that you should probably know is that being in the medical field I have seen all sorts of sicknesses and have seen how fast health can deteriorate if its not taken care of. This has lead me to a path of eating smart, exercising and keeping my body healthy and strong and i plan on continuing on this path for the rest of my life. It has made a huge difference in my life and i have to say that i really love it. Thanks for reading my profile and just to let you know its reallllllllly hard meeting muslim girls so i hope to hear from you.
askar
62 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Seeking: Female 46 - 56
Meron
58 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Seeking: Female 32 - 48
I am a dynamic figure, often seen laughing and splitting firewood. For fun, I restore ancient Kashmiri archways and doors. In my spare time I build summer camps for grown-ups and on weekends I build houseboats for rent. On my private beach I drink Amarone by the sea and dance sambas on my deck. Under the stars to the full moon, I fill plates for my guests with succulent venison and assorted wild game smothered in a juniper-pinot reduction sauce, string beans in a honey garlic glaze, wild mushrooms and peppers in olive oil and balsam… all grilled and roasted on an open flame. I launch Fortune 500 brands in emerging markets; in Russia I launched Emirates airlines; in Dubai, cosmetics. In Kyiv I thwarted the extortions of post-communist mafia, dined with scoundrels and danced with ambassadors' daughters. When I was a young man, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service tried to recruit me as a spy. I have spoken Russian in Afghanistan, German in Brazil, English in Udmurtia and Ukrainian in Turkey. As a challenge, every morning I translate the French on the back of my cereal box. I have skied the Rockies, the Alps, the Urals and Sayans; in Dubai I skied on sand. Once, I slid down a mountainside in a bathtub. I practice yoga daily. While scuba diving the freezing waters off Alaska, I caught my foot in seaweed and thought I was going to die. I explored a shipwreck in the Baikal Sea and danced with fresh water seals. I have destroyed 16th century Byzantine frescos to uncover 14th century frescos; I have copied original 10th century icons armed with nothing but fish glue, egg whites, pigments and a boar-hair brush. I danced the Hopak with Virsky and played guitar with Uriah Heep. I watched Paul McCartney play “Back in the USSR" from the front row…. in Red Square. I woo women with my god-like trombone playing, tickle their toes with my piano and strum their hearts with my guitar. My song in their ears is like honey and lemon-ginger tea. In Mexico I accidentally became the guest of a drug lord and slept on the beach with a tribe of primitive, indigenous fishermen. I traversed the Asian continent in vehicles larger than life; my radio and 7mm as my only companions. I have spent weeks in the mountains alone but for my horse, my rifle, my boots and my hat. Children adore me. I have smoked sheesha in Kabul and drunk bhang lassi in Jalalabad. In Gujarat under 56 degree heat I single handedly sanded, stained and lacquered a complete rosewood bedroom set… in just ten hours. In Islamabad I helped rescue 15 prostitutes from death by stoning; I have stacked dead bodies in Muzaffarabad and held newborn babies in my arms. I have ridden with Ghurkas through the Khyber Pass, side-stepped landmines in Kunar and was the first lone “Angleiz" in decades to purchase his own, personal 40-foot sea container in Torkham. In Afghanistan I built a UN compound for 65 workers – only to be evacuated by helicopter when a mob 10,000- strong tossed firebombs over the three-meter walls. From the mountain peaks of Nuristan I have launched golf balls with an old 5-iron. I collect massive granite millstones to toss randomly throughout my garden. I have sold French fries in Argentina, bought steel in Izhevsk, built billboards across a country and sold cameras in Ukraine. In Germany I once photographed a thousand lingerie models in just two days. In Turkey I bought defective umbrellas and lost all my money – only to gain it all back with a truckload from Holland. I have had entire sea containers confiscated with personal effects, only to have them rescued by friends in high places. I have been mugged in Munich and lost in Berlin. Once I was lost at sea. I can swiftly and accurately reverse a large trailer or boat and park it on a dime; I have secretly visited Chernobyl. While on Safari I was bitten by a scorpion, killed it – and survived. In a Viennese country club I dined with princes and royalty. In short order, my host extorted me for a new parquet floor to his dacha. I have hunted elk on mountaintops; also bears, lions, and moose. Once, a grizzly bear ransacked our camp. He bit holes in all the pots and pans. I do not like the taste of grizzly bear. To the sea I have lost a sailing ship, a yacht and a wharf; it would later all return without my bidding. There is room for me wherever I go.

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