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Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
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Submitted by Luhx (United States), Feb 19, 2018 at 17:42

I think Mary is true about what she said. At the beginning I read the message of Luhx and I felt she was sending message for help the others but after I feel she just believes she is stronger and better than other women. At the end she will go in Egypt even she didn't want do it at the beginning and she is on this forum so she is warning herself.

I found this forum when I first met my husband. I have been to Egypt. I actually loved it there, and have a close relationship with my husbands family. I am more than ready to move to Egypt when we decide to. My husband came here because he knew I wasn't going to just up and move to another country. He left everything for me. A good job, his family, his friends. He doesn't really like America but he stays here because of ME. That is love. The willingness to sacrifice. My husband comes from a very well off family, and has his own career in Corporate Finance. There is a difference from a lot of these young guys in the tourist industry and my husband who is the same age as me and women who have a huge age gap.

I come to this forum every so often to check in and give an UPDATE on my marriage. I've been married to my husband for years.

I do not think I am better, or stronger than anyone. I just think that women need to use common sense when they are getting involved with ANY man. You shouldn't treat someone from a different country any different than you would treat a man in your own country and that is where a lot of these women here MAKE THE MISTAKE OF DOING.

Also, you are very wrong about Egypt and the women there. It depends a lot on class and the level of religion and how that plays into a family structure. You sound ignorant as well, because you cannot paint all Egyptians, or all Muslims with the same brush.

My husband's sisters both work. One owns a pharmacy (in her name and she is very successful on her own) and the other sister own an electronics store. She is always traveling for business and they are both extremely strong willed women. Their husbands DO NOT tell them what to do. When they travel they often travel alone, or with their friends. They have more freedom than some of the western women that I know.

Also, I already said to NEVER GIVE MONEY. Did you miss that part? Perhaps you should READ WHAT I POSTED AGAIN.

I was not speaking to anyone, I was speaking in general and of situations that we see time and time again on this forum. Common sense is something every women should have and use when it comes to dating, sex and love. Many women come to this forum because they aren't using it and then get upset when people try to tell them the truth.

I found this forum by accident and ever since have been posting updates of my marriage to prove that you can have a successful relationship between a western woman and a Muslim man.

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