Islamic law doesn't require conversion if the woman is Christian or Jewish.
No, I am neither a Christian nor a Jew..
Don't deal with Pakistanis. They're literally the scum of the earth.
Indeed. My experiment with a scum, indeed helped me infer, 'Eureka, Pakistani Muslims = Scum of the Earth!!!"
Haha, how many times have I heard this story of these types of Pakistani men? Its so sad and pathetic, especially these weak and spineless men.. if you can call them men. If they were men, they'd either defy their parents and be with you or they'd tell you up-front that it can't work and not lead you on like a little wimpy bitch. Stop wondering about this twat and move on, you deserve better and are better off without this coward spreading his cowardly genes through you.
The fact, I escaped him, proves, I am blessed!
I completely agree, with everything you have said here. Moral backruptcy is an inherent trait, as far as these Pakistani Muslim men are concerned. @Lynna
Amazingly sad account. It would be very good for you to improve your feeling of self worth. If you are Christian married to Muslim man you should still be seen as first wife with position of much honour. If he has disrespected this he has disrespected you. His words of love no matter how sweet they sound ring loud with falseness. Try not to waste to much time wondering about genuine or complete BS. If you has told the truth about what happened it's a no brainer.
No, no, no I wasn't married to him. The good thing is, for the best part of our 5 years together, we were either in different countries or different time zones.
What hurts me most in the entire episode is, I had cared for this man, when he was sick to death and abandoned by his own family. I had helped him limp back to life, when he had virtually nothing on him. Sad, it is, that he took my affection for him, for my weakness. He took my goodness, for my weakness.
Yes, I was deeply traumatised, and suffered a lot in the past one year, but now, I think, I have healed. I am OK now. I think, I had a lesson to learn, which I have, but the hard way.
No I never responded to any of his antics. I, in fact, never spoke to him, again.
The only thing that pains me is there are so many similar stories emerging from across the world. These Pakistani Muslims, or Muslim men in general, play havoc with lives of non muslim women, and most of the non muslims are so not aware of their vile sides, that we learn things only once we've suffered at their hands. Is there no way out to curb this menace forever?