They tend to view hospitality as very important and will expect their wives to be extremely gracious and generous hosts.
They will always want their wives to learn to make their native dishes and it will never be as good as their mothers (half the time even when you follow their recipe exactly) they will still tell you it doesn't taste right and you did something wrong or must have forgot a step or whatever.
They are very particular about tea so for Moroccans, learning how to make proper Moroccan Mint tea (they have a mint tea ritual) is essential.
For most other Arab and North African's they just expect the regular Lipton but it must be loose tea as they have major opposition to tea bags.
Make sure you keep an extra towel in the bathroom just for wiping water from the sink and floor because when they make wudu (clean for prayer or ablution) they will get water everywhere.
You will probably need to be prepared to be lower on his list of priorities sometimes, even if his children are grown up. If he doesn’t, are you prepared to sacrifice your desire for children to find love?Well in many cases it's not just a mixed faith marriage but also a mixed cultural marriage too.In general this is usually a one way type relationship in that Muslim women will generally only marry Muslim men as prescribed in the Qur'an so that is what I will focus on here.And at e Harmony, as we’re focused on deep-down compatibility, who you connect with can be even more surprising.You may find yourself considering dating an older man, and if it’s good enough for the likes of Demi Moore and Catherine Zeta-Jones, why not you?They have expectations about cleanliness and will want their non-Muslim wife to follow them as well such as washing after using the bathroom.