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Faking Atheism

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Very interesting situation

Submitted by Robin (United States), Oct 4, 2019 at 14:59

"I have read articles about Muslims faking apostasy in order to get asylum in western countries."

My husband is a true life example. He is presently in Seoul, South Korea, and applied for asylum there based on religious persecution for being an atheist in Morocco. He even asked me to help him come up with the story (lie) he was going to use, and said "everyone is doing it" when I expressed discomfort with what he was doing. Some of the other guys there were using homosexuality as their reason for being persecuted. I mean, when you go so far as to deny your faith to serve your own purposes, and lie about it, I don't think you can go any lower. I did notify the U.S. and Moroccan embassies in Seoul of what he was doing, but I don't know whether they have, or will, take(n) any action. I also made certain to send them a photo of his Alien Registration card. It was bad enough that he only married me to try to get into the U.S., but apparently these guys don't care what they have to do, or who they hurt in the process. They are SCUM.


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