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Submitted by rachidi (Morocco), Dec 15, 2018 at 07:10

A good muslim men should respect his family and look for thier needs,but what he want from his wife.just showing respect by wearing along dress,and don t show your bieuty to other men,and don t ever be alone whith any men,exept his family,if he isn t happy if you doing those things.then he is not good muslim. And he is sad ,because he is like any ordinary men,because he care more about life ,maby crissis money,hit job, it about psycholigical things.you can t make him happy ,because god alone know what in his head.

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