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Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Not as smart as they think

Submitted by Robin (United States), Jul 9, 2019 at 16:06

"Robin, they are definitely clueless. They think they are so smart, but really they haven't got a clue. All they care about is trying to use women to get ahead. But they never end up doing anything worthy. And their lives suck!"

Didi, everything my husband does, he screws up. He is constantly trying to scheme and scam. I didn't find out about most of it until after I wrote him off. It is unending for him. I'm sure he screwed someone over to get the money to go to South Korea, and is probably afraid to return. I truly consider him an idiot. And to think at one time I loved him. Please. I just didn't know the real him. I have nothing but contempt for him now.

"My ex told me of some guys who had scammed European women for visas, then divorced them, then married little girls (18-19yr olds) from Morocco. All of the ones he knew that did that are reaping what they sowed! 2 have lost their permanent residency for different reasons, 1 lost his job/money/everything. And thr other 2 lost those very wives to European men!!! Lol Serves them right!"

This is extremely funny to me. I'm sure Casanova thinks he'll hook up with some South Korean chick (if he hasn't already) and bleed her dry. He doesn't care who he hurts to get what he wants.

"They literally have no decency at all. The ones scamming don't even have any faith. They are all pretenders, claiming to love "Allah" while out doing evil. And their families going along are just as evil and will get what's coming to them. I almost laughed out loud in one of his friends faces, when he said he paid a Moroccan girl from Holland $1000 and she backed out and left town. Now he was looking for some other woman to marry and had the nerve to ask if I had single relatives. I was like um, I will not subject a relative of mine to this kind of torture."

About two years ago, one of the only two friends I was allowed to meet tried to get me to find an American woman for him. When I told my husband, he said "Let him find his own woman." After the (non) relationship ended, this friend contacted me trying to downplay my husband's actions and behavior, because he knew I had informed USCIS about what these Moroccan guys do. He actually asked me why I thought all Moroccans are trying to get into the U.S. Nowhere in the letter did I say "all," and he knew this. I said "some." He told me he had no desire to leave Morocco and try his luck in another country, even though my husband had invited him to join him in South Korea, yet he then told me about an American woman who had come to visit him and they were "just friends." I'm sure he had hoped for more, and she wasn't playing that. Shortly after this conversation, I blocked him, because I got a strong feeling he was in on this crap as well. They're all snakes, and that's insulting to snakes. I SHOULD have said "all" in the letter!

"I'm sorry to hear about your financial situation. I wish you luck on getting it resolved in time. I'm in the same boat. Years of building, and they come in within months and it all comes crashing down. Maybe you'll get lucky and the idiot will file the divorce himself in Morocco when he goes to try to get a new wife."

He claimed he would take care of the divorce, but then told me he couldn't complete it without me signing a power of attorney. I told him I had no idea what he was talking about, that all he needed to do was email me the paperwork and I would sign it and send it back. I never got a response; in fact, that was pretty much the end of our communication. I doubt he will do it, because it's to his benefit to show he's married to an American in South Korea, and because he's so cheap he pinches a penny until it screams. His little investment in me didn't pay off in the end, even though I paid for everything but the marriage itself. And I'm sure this was only because he knew I wouldn't have married him if I had to pay. Everything else (my trips there, food, lodging, transportation, and fees associated with filing the immigration petition) I paid for. He didn't even buy me a wedding ring, and there was never a marriage celebration, not even during my very much planned second visit. Oh yeah, the second visit, where he waited until after I had booked my nonrefundable plane ticket to tell me he had none of the money remaining from the $1,000 I had left him during my prior visit only four months before! This was money I had left him to help with any immigration costs that might come up on his end. What he spent it on, I have no idea - when I asked him, he just said "expenses." Then he got angry with me because I didn't want to bring more money for a rental vehicle, when I had purposely rented an apartment within walking distance of his home and family so we wouldn't need one. He threatened to sell his computer and motorcycle if I didn't. Of course I brought more money so he wouldn't. ARE YOU BELIEVING THIS? And I FELL for it! The lack of a marriage celebration was one of the reasons the consular officer denied his visa at the interview. When we got married, and the Muslim cleric asked me if I was fine with the amount of the mahar (dowry) my husband was supposed to pay me, I told him yes, even though my husband hadn't given me a dime. It's supposed to be the equivalent of at least $500, but I didn't even know about it at the time (he conveniently didn't mention it). When I jokingly asked for it later, he completely changed the subject.

He doesn't even really need to divorce me if he wishes to remarry, since Muslims can have up to three wives, but I believe he has to obtain permission from his current wife(ves) first. If this is true, watch me hold out for some $$ if he needs my signature on anything. Why make it easy for him? If he finds someone to marry him in South Korea, I don't know how that works. Maybe he can just deny being married, though how that would work after the officials there know he IS married, I have no clue. He seems to think he can pull the wool over everyone's eyes. And why not? He managed to do it to me. He was only married to me when it served his purpose.

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