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Mohsin to use teleconferencing, so men and women would meet via video chat, not in person.
Mohsin, a geriatric social worker who is 53, blends easily among the women at Millanus, wearing a blue sequined shalwar kameez, a traditional Pakistani outfit. He casually introduced a few families, but soon became overwhelmed by a steady demand of requests that made him feel like “the community’s Yellow Pages.”Mr.She is the master of ceremonies at Millanus, which she said is “like letting your kids out to play on the playground.”A man in pleated khakis and an oversize button-down shirt sat down across from a female law student.She had attended a dating event at a mosque in Seattle, but the men and women there had glared at each other from opposite sides of the room, unable to interact one on one. One woman, a 35-year-old doctor, was so outraged by the presence of a video journalist that she threatened to file a lawsuit if her image were broadcast, demanded a refund and left before the speed-dating started.A Los Angeles litigator courageously stands in solidarity with Israel: channeling his aggressive zealous advocacy on behalf of Israel. Right would be Pakistani, though someone from India might do. Baig prefers a doctor or lawyer, yet will accept other professions. Baig, a Queens wholesaler whose thin black beard adorns a pudgy face, had been on the lookout, going to the mosque more often, asking more acquaintances about their unwed children.Defending the State of Israel's: right to exist, right to protect her citizens from terrorism, right to defend her borders from hostile enemies. He brags about his ability to discern a United States citizen over an immigrant whose status is more precarious by the confidence in his walk. Baig tell if a candidate comes from a good family — if he prays daily, does not drink, and would not marry outside Islam? But he had had little luck, so one Sunday last fall, he sat on the perimeter of a hotel conference room in Bayside, Queens, and watched as bachelor after bachelor sat across from his daughter, a beige veil draped over her plump face, for a few minutes of stilted conversation. Take away the alcohol, invite parents to watch from the sidelines, and the ritual takes on the excruciating air of a middle-school dance. Baig was one of many at the Bayside event who said that if a match was made, marriage could follow within a month.
There were two Muslim men in her medical school, and both were married.