In the traditional societies parents rightfully feel responsible to guard the happiness of their offspring, where as parents in North America are learning to believe that their kids are independent and know what they want in their lives, and will find their own happiness.
Ultimately they have to live their own lives and you cannot babysit them forever.
There are not enough Muslim men out there, and interfaith marriage is one of the few viable options, and most women rule out the idea of marrying someone from their home country as it does not work out culturally.
Today, nearly 40% of Muslim women marry outside of their faith and most of them without conversion.
Quran does not expressly forbid Muslim women marrying non-Muslim men and neither prophet has expressly forbidden it.
Read the verses again particularly the oft quoted verses and 1.Researching the matrimonial sites, out of 1000 Muslim women, only 30% of them over the age of 50 have listed Islam as their religion, the rest have called them spiritual but not religious, and add that religion is no bar to them.A majority of Muslims quietly go along with it, some have a lot of questions and some are ready to quote verses from Quran and make declarations that they are out of the pale of Islam.American Muslim parents trust their kids to do the right thing and let them run their own lives.Please note that this comparison is made with Muslims living elsewhere in the world.The comparison is for one to understand that the social status is not important, but harmony is.Marriage is all about harmony – God wants his creation to live in harmony.It is your decision and you have to live with it, so think through it.The answer to the question has always been an emphatic NO.Let’s start with our own bodies to understand this phenomenon.We are composed of billions of unique cells but most certainly we can see that our bodies have several different organs, and all of them have to work together for us to live a normal life.