Add increasing pressure from families to wed the “right” sort of person (i.e.the same pressure their sisters felt much more acutely and from a much younger age) and this means an eventual return to fulfilling filial expectations.he is going to school he says and is working, but i dont really know this. HE has NEVER shown to her his family home here in st louis till when most recently his parents moved back to Iraq with his sister of 21 yrs and his brother of 8 years Apparently they planned to move for a while cause of financial difficulties.but now that his parents are gone, she is able to see his home, before this he never allowed her to ever come close nor to ever speak to his parents or sister, He has three bothers here that do talk to her.Whether they are foreign or Western, their husbands might treat them resentfully as symbols of all the “fun” they left behind.I personally know of cases where the Muslim husband continued dating his non-Muslim girlfriend after marriage and, when caught and confronted, claimed that he was “trying the whole marriage thing out.” Unbeknownst to his wife, he was testing the waters, not fully committed to a marriage.
Being tossed aside like so much old garbage after years of being with someone and planning a future with them is not what most people have in mind for their lives.
In one way it is a good thing i guess that they will never come back, She says she loves him and he shows us he loves her and always tells us that he doesnt care what his parents think.
Oh is that why he never let my daughter go close to them ever while they were here, Listen i know the Islam agenda.
The two have had kids out of wed lock and are planning to stay here also.
She was never allowed to ever socialize with his family ever, We basically know nothing of his family except what he chooses to tell us.