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Understanding the narcissistic Muslim men who never will love their wives (In response to Tracy's post)

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Submitted by A very concerned reader (Ukraine), May 4, 2021 at 17:00

Dear Tracy,

I have so much to tell you that I wouldn't know how to come out with words.

Nothing you have mentioned in your post makes sense to me and I'm sure that the same will tell you the frequent Dr Pipes' readers on here.

Leaving aside the very dire implications to make a relationship with a Muslim man, widely debated on here after Dr Pipes would publish his article related to it, why would you want to make a relationship with a person whose culture you don't know anything about to the point that you need to ask about here? Why would you accept a man as a partner that sleeps over his floor meaning he doesn't have the means to make a decent living? I know you will think I am harsh and that no one should be excluded because of his financial situation. Agreed. Love is blind although it shouldn't, especially when it comes to a Muslim man! Run, please, run! But think who will pay for this charming man that has conquered you even from far distance this much to come to your country? Who will have to pay his visa expenses? What happened with his other English wife and child that he is in another country where his child is not in? Something sounds very fishy here, doesn't it?

I urge you to make yourself these questions and also to reflect upon the fact that relationships between Muslims and non-Muslims are doomed from the get-go. Read and re-read please a thousand times what we have posted in here. These men do not fall in love with anyone but themselves. Read this sentence again: These men do not fall in love with anyone but themselves! Read Understanding Muhammad by Ali Sina and understand the mind games these men play to make you fall. And yes, his sister is not his sister! These men dont remain single after 30 too long. It would be a dishonour for their family. If he turned out not to be married, it's because definitely he's not the best catch of his town! BTW, women have to marry in Islam because otherwise they don't have anyone to maintain them financially. They are not given the option to stay single!

Think hard and long. Read our posts and read again Dr Daniel Pipes' articles. I'm sure the rest of the readers will add their bit to clear your mind.

Stay away from your laptop! You're lucky that he's not close to you. Some of us still need to hide ourselves due to their stalking and persistence that can last for a lifetime.

I know you have been love-bombed but you also have started doubting which is good. Use your common sense and intuition that something is not right in your affair. And you know it well. I know.

Read about arrange marriages, read about Islam and what marriage means within this religion. Read the ambiguous and wrongly translated Qur'an and hadiths to find out what kind of life should you expect if you married one day this man. Do not become a possession for anyone. Love has nothing to do with what you think he feels neither is what you feel today. You have been just mesmerised by a con artist. Stay away.

Take care, please.

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