Discussion in 'Rat on a Rat' started by Jisela, Feb 16, 2019.
This is what my rat did. Now I can’t believe/trust other people.
Oh, Jisela.....how I LOVE this thread!!
I would really like to make sure this part quoted below is understood:
Do not confront him, especially face to face. I made this mistake, I confronted him face to face....and my body carries the scars to this day.
If and when you are ready to tell him what you have discovered, it is crucial that you do it from the safety of your own country....and are mentally prepared for the blackmail and threats that will follow, plus the harassment of your family and friends.
When these rats are cornered, in the words of Our Laura: "There are no limits".
In your own country, your physical safety is assured....unless he lives there, in which case....you will need trusted people with you.
Great thread jisela and very imformative too. You must of put alot of time and effort into this. Well done
Potential Partner, Important Questions
I found this information on a great website. However, consider that detecting lies from a seasoned con-artist may prove much more elusive when asking simple questions and expecting honest answers. Yet, here are some good questions to ask a prospective partner from North Africa or an Arab country.
The questions that you need to ponder over remain the same. Here they are:
1) Does he believe in democracy in his own country or just in non-Muslim countries?
2) Is he willing to convert to your religion for the sake of marriage?
3) Does he think that apostasy is a sin? The Quran recommends death to apostates.
4) Will he let you raise the children of marriage as non-Muslims?
5) Does he agree with Quran 5-33?
6) Does he think that polygamy is good?
These are simple questions. Ask your Muslim girl/boy friend these questions and their answers will tell you how to proceed.
Also, now that it is legal for females in Tunisia to marry non-Muslims, I expect the number of female rats to increase.