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07-Nov-2019 14:59

What ensues is an insightful, touching and often humorous look at how the search for love changes—or doesn’t change—from first love to the far reaches of life.If you are ready to take a chance on love, below are upcoming senior speed-dating events planned for Connecticut that you may want to check out: Senior Speed Dating at Cascade in Hamden, CT Wednesday April 8, 2015 p.m. 480 Sherman Avenue, Hamden, CT COST: .00 payable on day of the event Sponsored by Quinnipiac University and Cascade.

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Aminah Muhammad (right), her fiancé Muhammad Abdul-Warith share a laugh on her Overbrook porch. “When you look at all Muslims, of all races and ethnicities, who has it the hardest? Black men have it bad, too, but black women have it the worst,” Khabir said.Register by calling Erica at 203-582-6548 or send an email to: [email protected] NOTE: Only if you receive a phone call or email confirmation will you be eligible to attend. For a full list of upcoming screenings, click here. One of their early dates involved talking for hours on her porch. YONG KIM / Staff Photographer Naeemah Khabir, a 35-year-old devout Muslim who works for the Department of Veteran Affairs in Philadelphia, has attended matchmaking events from New Brunswick, N. “Everyone knows it, but it goes unspoken.” Muslims say there’s an epidemic of educated, professional women older than 30 struggling to find suitable matches among Muslim men, who are often less bound by a biological clock and societal expectations, and more likely than Muslim women to marry younger and outside their culture or religion. Khabir, of Elkins Park, who has a master’s degree from Syracuse University, even hired a private matchmaker for nine months until the counselor assigned to her conceded that race was part of her problem.

Aminah Muhammad (right), her fiancé Muhammad Abdul-Warith share a laugh on her Overbrook porch. “When you look at all Muslims, of all races and ethnicities, who has it the hardest? Black men have it bad, too, but black women have it the worst,” Khabir said.

Register by calling Erica at 203-582-6548 or send an email to: [email protected]

PLEASE NOTE: Only if you receive a phone call or email confirmation will you be eligible to attend. For a full list of upcoming screenings, click here.

One of their early dates involved talking for hours on her porch. YONG KIM / Staff Photographer Naeemah Khabir, a 35-year-old devout Muslim who works for the Department of Veteran Affairs in Philadelphia, has attended matchmaking events from New Brunswick, N. “Everyone knows it, but it goes unspoken.” Muslims say there’s an epidemic of educated, professional women older than 30 struggling to find suitable matches among Muslim men, who are often less bound by a biological clock and societal expectations, and more likely than Muslim women to marry younger and outside their culture or religion.

Khabir, of Elkins Park, who has a master’s degree from Syracuse University, even hired a private matchmaker for nine months until the counselor assigned to her conceded that race was part of her problem.

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