Dating women from mauritania
Mauritania is an Islamic republic whose basic law is the sharia, and the flag (green with a yellow crescent and stars) symbolizes Islam.Mauritanians believe that they have a mission to promote Islam and Islamic values throughout black Africa, and most symbols are linked to Islam.Black Africans' determination to resist Arabization resulted in the official recognition of Fulani, Soninke, and Wolof as national languages in 1980 and the creation of a national institute to teach those languages in public schools.
The country borders Senegal to the south, Mali to the southeast, Algeria to the northeast, and the Western Sahara to the north.There are no national monuments, museums, secular national heroes, poets, or artists.Only the few people who are educated know what the national flag, national anthem, and national day symbolize.Religious leaders and people from immigrant families symbolize power, intelligence, respect, and holiness.There are three important religious brotherhoods and subsects whose leaders symbolize supernatural knowledge and insight: the Tjjaniya, Qadriya, and Hamaliya. Ancestors are honored, and cemeteries are respected and feared.
Soninke (Sarakolle) is spoken on the borders with Mali and Senegal. This resulted in ethnic confrontation over the national language.