A friend of mine did. He married someone from that tradition and culture and although he’s not particularly ‘religious’ he’s always been a thoughtful, interested and spiritual person, in my experience. The only noticeable difference in his approach, demeanour and attitude to anything at all was that he gave up alcohol. Made not a jot of difference to me in any way whatsoever. He divorced some years later. We didn’t engage in any more religiously motivated conversations than before, he didn’t attempt to convert anyone or preach, he didn’t quote the Koran, didn’t profess to believe in heavenly virgins or to radicalise anyone. I know a lot of people will be disappointed by that but there you go Mind you none of my Muslim aquaintsnces and friends have been in any way more or less inclined to define themselves or their relationships with others entirely via their religious or non religious convictions than any of the Christians of whatever hue I’ve known over the years The only people who regularly and most vehemently try to influence me or engage with me about such topics are atheists. Usually rabbiting on about how they don’t like to have religion ‘rammed down their throats’. Hope this helps.