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Wow, my muzzie does not do this.

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: HELP! Engaged to a Moroccan

Submitted by Americanmarried2muslim (United States), Jun 3, 2019 at 11:40

Wow. Get the eff out of that situation. Get out before the baby is born. Not because the Muslim thing or scam thing, he hits you. He's not going to stop, he may temporarily while your pregnant, but it's going to start again, it's in him and it never leaves without intensive therapy (something extremely lacking in the middle east, what's mental health?) You are in a dangerous situation and soon your child will be.

Don't get involved with the ones from the Middle East, especially if he says he's poor??? Poor over there means something entirely different than poor in America. Poor over there is like 3rd world village status.

I don't know, my husband is Muslim but was born and raised in the states, he even says the a lot of the men back home (egypt) are pigs, and theres this mindset that American women are greedy sluts who will cheat on you.

He's never hit me though, and all that weird controlling shit is not an exclusive Muslim thing. My spouse is Muslim and he doesnt give 2 farts about my FB or Twitter or anything. He's traditional and a bit conservative, but he isnt all weird and controlling. That's not a Muslim thing, that's a "you're in with a bunch of people way different than you, they don't trust you, they're testing your loyalty and abusing you" thing. Not good, not good at all. Leave if you can, or prepare to walk on eggshells your whole life.


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