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To Fatou/Adja, to the immigration officers of Western countries, to this forum readers. To those googling "I'm in love with a Muslim man"

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Submitted by A very concerned reader, Feb 9, 2021 at 00:36

Dear Fatou and Ajda (it doesn't matter if you don't read this, but I'm sure it will help others which in the end is my reason to be here)

Although your advice is the same as ours, you still fail to see what you did wrong in here. You come here to brag off about the Muslims superiority over the rest of the mortals (does anybody else in here shiver because this sounds very familiar to certain tragic and abominable historic events which occurred in Europe?) to a board full of women who have been abused and hurt by your brothers in Islam. How is that?

Not only do you not condemn these men's behaviour which is a shame for your culture/religion, but also you seem to enjoy hurting more the women who have been brave enough to come here and open up their hearts to tell their stories to warn others. And you do that by cruelly assessing negatively their emotions and blaming them for their "libertine" lifestyle. Dhimmi No More expressed it very well lately. It's shameful to do that.

For your acknowledge, you are also denigrating more your religion in here (throwing stones against your own roof) for everyone to see why Muslims are dangerous... I thank you for that. I hope immigration officers drop in here and read what Muslims truly think about our countries and our people. And of course, how a great number of Muslim men get their fraudulent visas. Please, stop these men.

I hope none of you have to endure domestic violence on your Muslim husbands' hands. I mean it. But you agree with Qur'an 4:34. Still I truly wish it may never happen to you. I truly wish you may never have to share your men. But you agree with Qur'an 4:3 by being Muslim.

As I have stated in here, I decided to complete further studies to help more women to get out of abusive relationships in the best possible way to have the life they deserve. I teach them to ignore the abusers because silence is the best defense. But on here, I can't be silent and I won't be if someone arises with the same preaching. You have helped me prove women who are seeking advice in regards to this topic that Islam is not to be taken lightly. That you Muslims do not respect us at all despite wanting so badly to taste our freedom and the benefits which our free countries provide. That no woman is free from being targeted by these deceitful men when it comes to improving their lives. Non Muslimahs, Muslimahs, older, younger, slim, fat, uglier or prettier. They just don't care.

Finally, I just want you to know that I was raised in a country which embraces diversity in all senses. How proud I feel of my ancestors who fought hard for us to enjoy the privileges that we have today. We have a sound justice system, as everything, it will have its shortcomings. But definitely, we don't cut off the hands of the thieves nor practice stoning, honour killing to preserve the so-called honour of the family and many other aberrant acts linked to torture and painful punishments.

We women have the same rights as men because we're equal in a world which appreciates the uniqueness of everyone. We were told to look beyond the race, the culture, the religion, the social status. That's why I fell in love with a Muslim man. This forum is full of women who deeply loved their Muslim men. Remember that. They (me too) didn't engage in the relationship seeking a juicy dowry nor checking their bank accounts to ensure they would live like queens. My culture taught me that respect is the only way to keep the peace when different cultures and religions coexist. That's the difference between you and me. You can't love/respect the people who have opened the path for you to be able to make your dreams come true because our upbringings are completely the opposite to each other. How sad. By the way, we don't need your prayers but your respect.

So, girls, run away from Muslim men. The last Muslim ladies who have come to this board have proved us all right on our stance. We all know why they're here. No more proofs are needed now.

Thanks to all of you who are supporting the purpose of this forum. Thanks to the latest posters Lina, Alicia, Jeff, Jessica, Prashant, Tovey and of course, Dhimmi No More to share with us that great knowledge about the Qur'an. If I'm leaving anyone behind, my apologies.

Last but not least, thanks to Dr Daniel Pipes for this forum. It really helps make the message be heard by more people thus we can save more victims.

Take care you all.

A very concerned reader

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