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Advice to all women who are dating or thinking of marrying a Muslim man (also response to Lana))

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Submitted by Numina (Norway), Nov 3, 2020 at 18:57

Although I have replied to a poster of this blog, I wanted to leave my response to her on this item as well as it may help many women and also, it will be easier to spot on the board. Besides the latest stories narrated on here, I encourage women to look for the stories of Yasemine from Canada who was poisoned by her husband when his visa was refused and planned his divorce and second marriage before marrying this lovely Canadian woman. Please,read as well the stories of Bewildered, Hunny UK,Innocence and Becreative, see as well that many women found out that they were talking and visiting the same men, and specially, read the very wise comments of Zella, Margaret from Poland and Luigi. Read the story of Berberella, a brave ex muslim woman. All of them made a huge contribution with their knowledge from my point of view.

Although I am happy to see that the volume of women posting their doubtful stories has decreased considerably lately, I'm not sure if this is because they don't dare to post their doubts, because maybe their doubts are solved after reading this blog or because women are nowadays more aware of scams and the worldwide situation keeps everyone busy and afar from romance. Anyway, for those who may get some benefit, there it goes:

Thanks, Lana. Yes I am aware of the stories you mention as well as many others narrated on this forum. If you read from scratch this board, you can see a very clear pattern.

In the "best" scenario, women who defended their men were different and didn't push them into Islam end up scammed and heartbroken by one of these men, which looks easy to say. But hurts deeply. In the worst one, when the men want to keep them in their lives because on their weird way they "love" them (it's never love but ownership), women revert for the sake of love, abandon their families, roots and upbringing, end up isolated and living a hell in life which is very difficult to get out from.

That's why researching religion/culture is a must because women will find out the real motive that these men have towards them. After that, it will be their choice how they want to live their lives.

On a side note, Lana, women should also open their eyes in regards to what's going on in France lately. I don't even want to open that debate in here. But please, women out there, get to know your men before you bring them to our countries. They don't need to be terrorists to think that freedom of speech must be punished. Our families worked hard to achieve the freedom we experience today. Do not let them bring us centuries back. Thank you.

Take care as well, Lana, and good job at remaining strong and to not cave in into his tricks to make you come back. You're a strong woman and did set up a great example to follow by those who want to get rid of a life full of turmoil and deception.

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