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Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Thank you all

Submitted by LANA (USA) (United States), Oct 7, 2018 at 22:32

Hello Lorna
I know that you are very emotional now and because of that you should not rush into life changing decisions!!!
If you make your decision based on fear of losing him,guilt or obligation-you will regret it late.

He has no shame to ask you for mine and gifts which is s huge red flag!
He would not dare to do do with a woman he is planning to marry from his society,so why it is ok to do so with you?
How will he plan the wedding if he has no money?
Where are you going to live?
What if you will have children?Can he provide for them?
How he will support you if you will be stay at home housewife?
Sweet talk is not love!
Words do not cost anything!
He shows no respect for you by asking you to pay his expenses.

In Middle East is is shameful to put a financial burden on woman,so why are you offering yourself for him to use?
You have good financial base and a place of living,he has nothing to offer....not even real love.
He is using you and you are allowing it,instead of cutting him off.

The agony you feeling now of cutting him off your life -
will be much less pain than ruining it with him later!!!!
The worst part is -after he is done with you,he will use your money to marry Muslim virgin from his culture.


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