There are many people out there who identify as muslim/christian/hindu or whatever that do not necessarily practice their religion.
Realistically, I would be unable to date a female muslim as she would already be betrothed to be married. If she was available to choose, then I would surmise that her faith was open to question and worth a look!
I have dated Muslims. A dear friend from college is gay, and a Muslim living in a country where being gay is much less tolerated than in the US. If I had the money, I'd marry him so he could move to the US. He'd like to move here, even though there's so much bigotry against Muslims.
A atheist friend living in a country where apostasy is a death sentence was raised Muslim. I'd marry him too to get him into the US.
As a casual thing, I would go out with someone who is Muslim as long as they were kind and respectful. But anything that was more than just casually going to a movie or out to dinner, no. I don't think that we would be able to agree on what the role of a woman should be in a more serious interpersonal relationship and what rights women should have for personal freedoms and self-determination in society as a whole. I don't think that our core values would be compatible, and compatible core values are crucially important in any kind of serious relationship .
The problem is not a Muslim, but it is any religious person. I have no problem with them but deep down I know they will eventually want to "save me" and may even get into crying because I won't listen. Then their religious leader comes along and declares the both of you are "unequally joked." Did I get that right?
Persian girls are Extremely H O T ! I don't really support the idea of marriage at this point unless there are children involved.. Its not a good situation for a male with the laws being what they are. But if I was going to get married a Persian girl would be a top choice.