The more pertinent question though is how a Muslim woman would even meet a man outside the faith.
Muslim women are obviously held to much higher standards of modesty than Muslim men, so her family is going to do a better job of keeping her under lock and key, well away from treacherous infidels.
And, in Islam, if you get someone to convert, you are rewarded in this life and the next.
Muslim dating is a lot more relaxed for men than women.
This has to do with age discrimination which is very evident in Muslim dating.
By the age of 25, the “alarm bell” is ringing for Muslim women.
My good friend in Palestinian often goes out to lunch with his female colleagues.
There is a lot of debate about whether it is halal or haram for Muslim women to date outside of the faith.
The general conservative opinion is that it is forbidden, since the faith is passed down through the man.
While men have their own social and cultural problems to bear (I would never want the responsibility that comes with being a first-borne Muslim son! They aren’t going to be judged as harshly for dating outside the Muslim faith, or for dating at all.
This is why you see so many stories in forums about Muslim men dating Christian women.
And, if she did manage to meet a non-Muslim man, would she be able to overcome the social pressures which have been put upon her since birth and decide to date the guy?