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“So is being British because that is a fundamental part of who I am.” Nayera meets Hanaan, 35, who has been looking for a wife for five years.
He tells her what he expects from a future partner.
When Nayera goes on a date with Hanaan, 35, on the show, his revelations about his expectations of a future wife spark a heated debate, and prompt an incredulous Nayera to ask: 'So she should cook for herself, and cook for you but she should also hold down a full time job?
'Their date comes to an abrupt end after Hanaan announces he has no intention of leaving work to be a 'man dad'.
Engineer Nayera, 30, has been looking for love for two years.
“This is the problem, you’ve got these two cultures and finding a common ground between them is a discussion you need to have,” she says.
Extremely British Muslims also gives an insight into the Birmingham Mosque Sharia Council.
Caught between their 21st century lives and the expectations of an older generation, many British Muslim women find themselves struggling to find the right partner.
That's the suggestion of new Channel 4 documentary Extremely British Muslims, in which viewers meet feisty aviation engineer Nayera, 30, who refuses to settle down as a mother and housewife.
FINDING ‘The One’ is a challenge many young British Muslim women face.
Caught between their 21st century lives and the expectations of an older generation, singletons are now turning to mosque matchmaking services to meet their life partners.