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I Hear You, Selena

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

Submitted by Robin (United States), Sep 24, 2019 at 15:51

I agree with you. If they would choose to be decent human beings, who knows how far they could go, the experiences they could have, the joy they could feel. I think that by the time they have become adults, their culture is so embedded in their psyche that there is no hope for them. It is best to find a man from your own country, or at least a country where men treat women as equals. I have corresponded a bit with a Moroccan woman who is married to a man from another (I think European) country. She said she would never have married a Moroccan man, that it is well known they make terrible husbands. Well, unless you enjoy being treated as an inferior, with no say in anything, and don't mind being lied to and cheated on. I know the man you met isn't Moroccan, but I'm sure he's a Muslim, and from what I've read on this board, Egyptian men are the WORST. I hope you meet someone soon who makes you forget about this guy.


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