Depending on how devout the man is, there are also many things to consider practically and there might be some sacrifices that you are not prepared to make.
Equality It is also important to understand that Muslim women are not quite regarded as 'equal' in the same way that Western women are.
Islam describes their position as 'equal' though not 'identical' but the reality is that the woman is expected very much to be obedient to the man.
Human rights groups in the North African country had campaigned for the ban's abolition, saying it undermined the fundamental human right to choose a spouse.
Tunisia is viewed as being ahead of most Arab countries on women's rights, but there is still discrimination particularly in matters of inheritance.
Muslim men are very passionate about their beliefs and their traditions and many people will see this as a highly attractive quality.
However it does also mean that you are taking on both the man and his values and while you don't necessarily have to agree with them (the Muslim faith does not discriminate between religions), you will have to make sure that you are happy making compromises and comfortable with your partner's views just as in any inter-religion relationship.
She is considered to be the man's 'jewel' or 'treasure' and he will be protective and loving but ultimately in charge of the woman.
In Islamic countries 'disobedience' can sometimes result in death, while in the West it will more likely end in divorce.
To many Western women this could be seen as hypocrisy and it is something that many will not be comfortable with.
Fortunately the majority of modern Muslims living in the West will opt to settle for just one, but again this is something that you will definitely need to discuss before dating you Muslim man.
Another important point though is that while Muslims are allowed to date non-Muslims, they are told to date 'women of the book' meaning Christians or Jews.