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She said that Saddique, a strict Muslim, was a "controlling man" who would frequently argue with her about her “tight and short clothes”, or "bright lips" and would often refer to her as a slag and a bitch.
On the night of his death last year, she said that Saddique accused her of sleeping with somebody else, and when she started collecting her things to leave the house, he told her: “Come on hit me, come on f***** stab me, if you hate me.” Willis said that she was holding a knife – something she was packing to take away – and he grabbed her hand, and stabbed himself in the thigh. It is a shocking case - and an extreme example of cultural clashes - but Willis’ insight onto her life as a Muslim convert do shed light on the very real difficulties that some Western women face after converting to Islam.
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In the last year I have followed the new GF's blogs, she writes publicly about all her visits to Morocco ,experiences of shopping in the souks , eating out etc praises him for his ability to negotiate prices with the locals( like he did for me) and just like me she visited Essaouira many times to be with him, she is now proposing to spend lots more time there later this year with the hope of starting business J so he is correct , she did do all that for him and "very easily too as it seems " in most recent contact he told me he has no job , just enjoying his water sports and learning Spanish language (most probably so he can communicate with his customers when his new business takes off ) (does this sound familiar ) ??
He regularly compares himself to all his other scamming friends , and is so jealous of the ones who have previously married foreigners and spent some time working in foreign countries , as they have returned to Morocco now with much more money enabling them to invest ın their own business , build nice homes (but be noted they have come back alone, no foreign wife ) !!!!
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