Arab dating relationship
Even in Saudi Arabia, when a man and women are in a car alone together, they are pulled over and checked to see if they are married—or else they would be arrested.
Arabs gain a negative impression of you if you display too much affection towards the opposite sex.
In Western Society, single men and women, whether attracted to each other or not, will interact pretty freely, of course with a personal bubble and a good amount of respect.
It is similar in the Western culture, that when women do something that is considered or viewed as inappropriate or wrong, they lose honor and respect, more than if men did the same thing.
He believes that some rules are distorted, and that he grew up with much “growing pains.” He states, “I didn’t believe what the preacher was telling me—I was so angry.
For the life of me I just couldn’t see why it was wrong to have a coffee with a girl and treat her as a friend and fellow human being.” Surely, the strict Arabs and Muslims follow the rules, because their strong belief in the ways of their culture.
For some Muslim men, considering there is a huge percentage of Arabs who are Muslim, it is hard for the men to accept the cultural “non-interaction” with women.
Imran Ahmad, a Muslim man states in an article, April 20, 2007, “When it comes to girls, I yearn to be James Bond.” He thinks that since there is more than one view and definition of Westerners and their culture and actions, then there should be more than one way to be a good Muslim.
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There are perceptions that in general, at least in Cairo, sex before marriage is widespread and increasing as spiraling costs and high unemployment push marriage ages up.
(Arabs believe that the future couple should be financially stable before getting married.) In an article written August 2005, BBC News, there are many cases of rebellion and a wish for a change in the strictness of the Islamic way.
When the women, especially, interact too personally with men in public, it hurts and damages family honor, which is highly favored and carefully maintained in Arab countries.
Women and men are viewed with much respect, and when that respect is broken, it hurts not only the person but the whole family is looked down upon.