Do u live in Tunisia?
Do u live in Tunisia?
Isn´t this a bit risky, can´t they see where you live now
@MH007 omg goodness i didnt think it would look like that , that's great, you live right on the ocean? is that the ocean? wow nice !
@Peppermint i really like how you thoroughly and clearly express your thoughts and responses.I know it's easy to feel this way and understandably so, but it's also important not to generalise. I was once Muslim and I always maintained the belief that all human beings are equal no matter what. I was taught to respect everybody, regardless of their religion, gender, sexuality, race, age etc. Having said this, I have also witnessed a lot of disgusting behaviour from so-called Muslims...unfortunately from my own family. Religion and culture are deeply intertwined. It's difficult if not impossible to separate the two. And although Muslims across the world vary in their approaches to life and interpretations of Islam, there are of course many many similarities. It's sad to say but many men from this religion do indeed believe that they are superior to women as well as everyone else on this earth. The hypocrisy of it all is just ridiculous. They preach that they are 'good' Muslims yet they are ready to critique anyone that walks in front of them. They do as they please. For some reason they are exempt from the rules of their own religion. They bend and twist the so-called 'rules' when it suits them. I was born and brought up in The UK but come from a country that it somewhat similar to Tunisia. Not only do many Muslims think that they are superior to non-Muslims, but they also believe that they are superior to each other!!! A lot of them genuinely believe that they are 'better' than their next door neighbours. It's all about keeping up appearances and showing off what you have. Image is everything. But don't be fooled, the image that is presented to everyone on the outside is very different from what takes place behind closed doors. Many of these people are fake, materialistic, phoney. They will stab anyone in the back and talk badly about others. I don't believe that all Muslims are like this. But from my own experiences, I do believe that many people claiming to belong to this religion are extremely hypocritical and twisted in their way of thinking.
Yes, many Tunisian med get married in their upper 30´s. And they marriage young Tunisian girls. The reason are that a man must have money to rent/buy a home for his bride. He also must have it full funiture ready to move into after the marriage. Most men must save up this money. B/c a Tunisian engagement and wedding are very expencive.I've observed that some Tunisian men, even those from good families, tend to marry in their late thirties. Rats usually get married early, and I guess the other men are probably just 'living' their life enjoying all its pleasures. Or do Tunisians have some specific criteria?