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The spokeswoman said there were also some common issues in Muslim-Christian relationships that led to the support group being set up two years ago.She said: "Many of the couples I know see great advantages in being in an inter-religious and/or an inter-cultural relationship beyond the love and affection they obviously feel towards each other."It broadens your horizon, makes you reflect on and possibly review your own choices in life and gives you - and potentially your kids - an exposure to another culture and sometimes language that you would otherwise not have encountered at such close quarters." She added that many Muslim-Christian couples may be less caught off guard by any challenges that crop up in their relationship as there is more thought put into their "compatibility" at the start.There is a lot of reason to celebrate interfaith and intercultural relationships, so our meeting on Sunday is not least to do just that and have some fun." The latest available figures, from the 2001 Census show that 9.3% of Scottish Muslims are married to Christians.Julian Bond, director of the Christian Muslim Forum, said that anecdotally the number of interfaith marriages was rising across the UK and they had experienced an increasing number of enquiries since publishing guidelines on the issue for ministers and imams two years ago.