Yes, but unfortunately she died a few months ago very unexpectedly at the age of 39. So they were together for around 3 years. She hadn't been married before and had no kids, I was told by someone that where she lived she was the only unmarried woman of her age with no kids and nobody wanted her. I saw her once on a video chat, seemed like a nice woman.Has he married a Tunisian woman now?
I can't say though how this marriage came along, he hadn't been home in years but he knew in my opinion he was going to marry her while he was still here. Seems like it was sort of arranged in a way, but I wouldn't know by who. Actually I wonder how he can even be married there, polygamy is illegal there and he's still officially married here. Plus he gave up his easy life here (compared to now in Tunisia) to be there, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me. He's what I'd call the occasional muslim, depending on the audience. Then again, they all drink, smoke, do drugs and don't take their religion super serious, then when it comes to certain things they remember their faith. I believe the reason he left is because he got himself into such deep, possibly criminal trouble here that leaving was seemingly the only option.
Definitely, I agree! But he doesn't profit from a 4-year old, so he doesn't see why he should call and ask how she's doing.Doesn't matter if he doesn't have money but I think he should stand up for his children. It costs nothing to care or to call and ask how you are
I can follow up with another story, it fits the conversation right now: He left so fast after her birth, he hadn't even signed her birth certificate. Unfortunately we needed him to do that for my sister to gain the citizenship of where we live, otherwise we would have never run after him. It took over 3 years for him to get his ass to Tunis to visit the embassy and sign the damn paper. We begged and begged him, but no, he wouldn't do it. No money, no time were his constant excuses. Then a friend told him a child could possibly open the door for him to come back here, since I'm not underage I'm not of use in that regard and I'm for sure never sending him an invitation. But guess how fast he was on a bus to Tunis when he heard how he could profit from an innocent child. Well, actually he was suddenly veeeery willing to do it, but couldn't afford it.
The citizenship thing was very important though, so we were going to pay for his flight there. A day or two before he calls me (not my sister's mom or anyone else) and says he will need money for a taxi to the embassy and he also needs to pay a fee there and everything. My sister's mom had sent him 100€ and he was asking 50€ more of me. I knew it was bullshit, but the manipulation worked this time because it was for my sister. He said he won't go if I don't send it. I'm not proud of it but I ended up sending him the money, I was too afraid it would end up being my fault if he doesn't go. When everything was done, he called and said the flights were too expensive so he ended up taking the bus (which costs a lot less) and the money I sent wasn't needed, but it's not like he can send it back. Well, guess I paid for a bunch of alcohol and cigarettes.