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Man, 21, Pakistan: Wants Bulgarian love to drop male Facebook friends

First of all, let me tell you that I have been listening to VOA since 1999 when I was in Saudi Arabia. I remember I had a small radio that I tuned to VOA via medium wave.

Anyway, I found a girl on Facebook living in Bulgaria. She's a Christian and I am a Muslim. We have chatted for more than five months now. She's in love with me and I feel the same. She's 17 years old. I introduced my culture, and she introduced her culture.

I said to her, please remove your male Facebook friends. She has more than 2,000 friends on her list. I said in my religion, making male friends is not a good thing, and I also don't like this because I want to marry her as soon she becomes 18 years old. She wants that, too.

She said "you get jealous" and she said "I will remove them" but the sad thing is that she has hidden her contact list. I know she still talks to male friends. Now, the main thing is that she wants to live in my country, and she also said to me she will become Muslim. But I am afraid when she comes to Pakistan, if she does the same thing, what will my family say to me?

Actually, Pakistani girls are very different. If they love someone, they consider them everything. They share everything with them only. They talk when they feel some essential thing to discuss. I am talking about the majority.

I ignored this topic as I didn't want to lose her today when I saw her profile. The saddest thing was when I saw a Pakistani guy commenting on her pics. First they were European, now Pakistani, too, and her reply was just a smile.

Although she loves me, deep inside my heart I feel so sad. I didn't say that to her. I always say to her that I never talk to any girl since we are in a relationship.

I don't know what to do. That's my problem.

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