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Marriage contract

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Hi Arisa

Submitted by Arisa (Australia), Sep 6, 2019 at 14:36

Hi, thank you for your information.
Its some sort of contract from the cairo civil office.
If i can get it void that would be great.
I really want him to pay, people like him shouldn't be allowed to exist. Hurting someone is bad enough but hurting someone smaller and weaker is just evil.

He cried when he got a cut on his finger and wanted to goto hospital yet i was covered in bruses plus barely able to move and he wouldn't take me. He also complained that I accidentally punched him in the throat when he was choking me.

I really wish I knew someone in egypt as I want revenge.

He also took my personal items and gave them to his friends and family this included special items I took for myself like my rechargeable portable speaker that I use for my online job, my phone that I need for work, 4 mini portable USB aircon and more. He even tried to take my laptop. If he took that I would not have been able to contact anyone to help get me out.

Those men should remain single forever! They are just users and abusers.

I just hope somehow i can get the marriage cancelled or a divorce or his death certificate, I prefer the last one as that way I know he won't hurt anyone else ever again.


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