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Russian girl embraces Islam to marry Pakistani boy

the couple in an interview with the Pakistani YouTuber said that they both share a love for travel, adventure, and exploring new cultures.

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Russian girl travels to Pakistan and embraces Islam to marry Pakistani boy. The girl married the resident of Gujranwala, Muhammad Ali.

Polina became friends with Ali in an online community, and it later blossomed into a love, that forced her to travel 4000km to Pakistan. The couple in an interview with the Pakistani YouTuber said that they both share a love for travel, adventure, and exploring new cultures. They have also started their YouTube channel where they share their life experiences.

Polina embraced Islam, learned a little bit of Urdu, and moved to Pakistan. The Russian said the girl mentioned her love for cooking desi food and parathas. Ali said that Polina was an atheist before marrying him. But adjusting to Pakistan was not difficult for her. The girl said that since she was not accustomed to desi socialization, it became a bit challenging to meet new people. Since so many guests flocked to meet her. She informed me that she is on good terms with her in-laws.

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Back in November, an 83-year-old woman from Poland tied the knot with a young Pakistani man, 28, after meeting on the internet. A woman named, Broma traveled from Poland to Hafizabad in Punjab to marry the Pakistani man.

She met a Pakistani man named, Hafiz Muhammad Nadeem, on the internet several years ago. According to the couple, friendship turned into love. The couple arranged a traditional wedding for themselves. The bride, Broma, wore a traditional red dress and put henna on her hands. She also wore makeup for the event.

Interestingly, the couple did not meet over the years and bride Broma also embraced Islam to marry Nadeem. As per the details, the bride is also paid Haq Meher- a mandatory payment made to the bride by the groom.

 

 

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