Dating advice on egyptian men
tells travellers: “Cases of entrapment followed by detention and torture are regularly documented by human rights groups such as Human Rights Watch.“Websites such as routinely monitored by the security services, and chat groups are used to set up fake meetings.”Another anonymous source who spoke to , a 20-year-old student from Gizeh near Cairo said that he no longer uses applications to meet people.“Undercover police agents use the applications to set up meetings with gays in cafes. About a week ago, a friend of mine was arrested in this way in Cairo.“I still haven’t heard from him.
When I tried to call his parents, they claimed he was visiting family in another city. Moreover, he’s a fragile person and the police could force him to name other gays…
That being said, I agree with the posters that any woman should think twice before marrying ANY man.
Regarding a Muslim man, yes women you should think twice as well.
The Philipinos on our ship told us of how Saudi arabs would buy young muslim girls from their island promising her family to provide her with an education and a chance at a better life only to discover they bought and owned her for life as their personal slave which included sex.
You will need to discuss this with him if you plan to have children (oh, yes, he will likely want children, so if you don't want them you will need to discuss that as well).
The claims come in the same month that seven men were detained and given forensic anal examinations for allegedly “inciting debauchery”, after a video emerged online showing the men at a same-sex wedding on a Nile riverboat. They were arrested on 6 September with the government announcing that the broadcasting of the footage – it having been uploaded to You Tube – violated “public decency” and was described as a “devilish shameless party”. Human Rights Watch called for the release of the men and censured the move as an “assault on fundamental human rights [which reflects] the Egyptian government’s growing disdain for the rule of law.”A study by the Pew Research Centre earlier this year displayed global attitudes on morality – finding that 95 per cent of Egyptians believe homosexuality to be unacceptable.
Travel guides also warn LGBT tourists of the dangers of being detained.
My brother in law was married to a Puerto Rican lady and they divorced (but this was mostly because she was 10 years his senior and actually had grandchildren while he didn't even have children yet) and another Muslim guy who was married to a Polish lady and they also divorced.
So I am not going to claim that everyone who marries a Muslim man has no problems and lives happily ever after.