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It's still suspicious

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
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Submitted by Robin (United States), May 31, 2019 at 14:33

Please don't wait for him to leave. Kick him out, or find a new place to live. Islam is supposed to be a religion of peace, but like so many so-called Christians, many Muslims don't follow their religion, just a twisted version of it. It is worrisome that he will not let you go out alone. It's like he's trying to keep you from talking to anyone there, or he's afraid of you leaving him (which you should). And it being "out of the question" for you to visit the U.S. without him? He's afraid once your family has you near, you are lost to him. He has no right to keep you from going.

Please think of you and your baby's safety. Leaving will only get harder the longer you stay. I understand the blindness of love, I was blind to so many things about my husband, but once away from him I discovered so many bad things, and I keep finding out more. Please don't let the "I told you so's" stop you, it is not your fault this happened, but you will regret it if you don't leave. He may actually care about you in his own warped way, but it will never be what you deserve. Is this what you want?

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