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#835 Feb 9, 2013
I am an American woman born and raised who is currently in a relationship with the sweetiest man, ' Moroccan' born and raised. I have to admit he's different than any man I've ever known.When he says something he means it. A Moroccan man is protective of his woman.He takes great care of me. They have rules You must respect. It's not what we call 'controlling'in America, it has everything to do with tradition.Respect him and his differences. If you can not this type of man isn't for you. We are all brought up differently, traditions and ect. The thing is to know a persons heart. We all have one , no matter where you are born. We all love and want happiness. Although traditions my be different , being understanding of that fact, acceptance and respect for the differences makes for one great relationship. Although the respect for tradition goes both ways. He is the first foreigner I've dated, so I know for a fact that American men can be lazy and lie as well. My point is there are worthless men and women all over the globe. I love my Moroccan Man, I would have no other. It has nothing to do with him being Moroccan, it has everything to do with how he treats me, with respect.. Last but not least, he does not smell bad and he's, well not lacking anything in the manhood department.
tina

United States

#836 Feb 10, 2013
moroccan pride wrote:
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I'm so touched by your words, you seem an honest woman, I'm an arab, so abviously I know much about the Arabic mentality. Your man is an honest one. I'm sure, just be patient and all the best is yet to come for you both inshaa-Allah.
Did you say your moroccan? I have a question for you. I was reading a post on another forum about how in morocco,you can borrow money from the bank and you sign some sort of check. If you loan any of that money to a friend. they sign their name on the check to pay the loan off which makes them responsible to the bank. Is this done in morocco?
Christine

UK

#837 Feb 14, 2013
I have a moroccan boy friend and he is so nice , so sweet and puts effort in making me smile everyday . Like I just receive portraits he drew me for valentines day . He says he can't wait to marry me and grow beautiful mixed nationality kids . And he can't wait to cook for me and care for me eternally aw
Moroccan pride

Arlington, TX

#838 Feb 15, 2013
tina wrote:
<quoted text> Did you say your moroccan? I have a question for you. I was reading a post on another forum about how in morocco,you can borrow money from the bank and you sign some sort of check. If you loan any of that money to a friend. they sign their name on the check to pay the loan off which makes them responsible to the bank. Is this done in morocco?
YES I'm a proud Moroccan woman, I love my country so much and it makes me so mad that some sick people, for some reason, are saying unrealistic things about Moroccan people!
Morocco is not different than any other place on the earth, there is good and bad people everywhere!
Tina, I'm a former bank agent in Morocco and my sister still working for a major Moroccan Bank there, I just asked her and she was laughing actually, NO that matter is not done in Morocco!
You are very welcome to ask any question, I'll do my best to help. Good luck!
Sonia

Alexandria, VA

#839 Feb 15, 2013
Annajll wrote:
I am an American woman born and raised who is currently in a relationship with the sweetiest man,' Moroccan' born and raised. I have to admit he's different than any man I've ever known.When he says something he means it. A Moroccan man is protective of his woman.He takes great care of me. They have rules You must respect. It's not what we call 'controlling'in America, it has everything to do with tradition.Respect him and his differences. If you can not this type of man isn't for you. We are all brought up differently, traditions and ect. The thing is to know a persons heart. We all have one , no matter where you are born. We all love and want happiness. Although traditions my be different , being understanding of that fact, acceptance and respect for the differences makes for one great relationship. Although the respect for tradition goes both ways. He is the first foreigner I've dated, so I know for a fact that American men can be lazy and lie as well. My point is there are worthless men and women all over the globe. I love my Moroccan Man, I would have no other. It has nothing to do with him being Moroccan, it has everything to do with how he treats me, with respect.. Last but not least, he does not smell bad and he's, well not lacking anything in the manhood department.
true about rules. I m married for 6 years now and I know that if during argument (very rarely but inevitable in family life) I start pushin too much it will not help the situation. So I know limits when it's time to stop. Never accuse your man of being a looser or compare them to other men. I know a lady who went to court next day because of her words. They are done divorced. Words hurt more than actions smtimes. Just suck it up , don't say anything , next morning you will be glad that you didn't say anything hurtful.
Moroccan Pride

Arlington, TX

#840 Feb 16, 2013
carol wrote:
i married a Moroccan man i meet on the Internet,in 2008 i was not looking for anything we started off as just friends talking every couple of days,after 1 month he gave me his cell number we talked,i found myself lost when he didnt come online i knew i was starting to have feelings for this man.after 3 months he said he had something to tell me he sent me a pic in a heart saying that he loved me.i told him i felt the same after that we made arrangements for me to got to morocco and meet face to face,i was afraid and my friends and family tried to talk me out of it,but i loved this man and needed to know for myself if it was real or not so i could get on with my life,so i went for 3 weeks he meet me at the airport and ill tell you it was the best day of my life he was everything i could have ever wanted in a man sensitive,caring,funny.and i meet his family who he had already told them all about me after we had meet,they were all great treated me wonderful while i was there his mother even cried when she meet me.i had a wonderful time and he did everything for me treated me like a queen for the full 3 weeks he was everything he said he was online.he took me back to the airport,and the night before i left he asked me to marry him which i knew he would i could tell the way we were together for the 3 weeks was so good,so we disgusted certain issues and after we talked i said yes.i went back 1 year later we married i was there 1 month then i came back home and applied to have him come over less the 1 yr later he was approved to join me.i didnt know when he would be able to come if they would refuse him so i had a ticket to go and visit him again but it worked out that he was aloud to come back while i was there so we came back together it was wonderful romantic and we have been together 5 years and married for 3 and i couldn't be happier he is a perfect man and i could not asked for any better i love him more now then ever and have not had 1 regret since Ive meet him it was a fairy tale come true for me and still is my family has all meet him and they love him.we married in morocco and it was a hard long journey to do this it took 3 weeks and a lot of running around but i will tell you all he was well worth it and if i had to do it all over again i would over and over cause i love him to death and don't know how i lived with out him,life is a chance you never know what can happen but if you don't take the chance you will never know.and me myself i didn't want to spend the rest of my life wondering what if,better to have loved then to never loved at all.
Thanks for what you said, it proves some peoples wrong, the haters who are trying to mess up the picture of all honorable moroccans. As I always say,there is bad and good people everywhere.
tina

Seattle, WA

#841 Feb 17, 2013
Moroccan pride wrote:
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YES I'm a proud Moroccan woman, I love my country so much and it makes me so mad that some sick people, for some reason, are saying unrealistic things about Moroccan people!
Morocco is not different than any other place on the earth, there is good and bad people everywhere!
Tina, I'm a former bank agent in Morocco and my sister still working for a major Moroccan Bank there, I just asked her and she was laughing actually, NO that matter is not done in Morocco!
You are very welcome to ask any question, I'll do my best to help. Good luck!
OMG! Someone is working a scam somewhere!
bebe

Torremolinos, Spain

#842 Feb 17, 2013
I am in a relationship with a moroccan man that i dearly love. When we met, he told me he was separated.he is a good hearted , sweet and affectionate and passionate man. He goes to his family regularly which makes me think that he isnt separated after all, though he lives and works in a different city. I cant back out from this relationship now, we are together almost two years and during this time he juggles his time between his work, his family and myself.my life is going to be empty without him as i love him so much .
keionna

Pleasant Grove, AL

#843 Feb 17, 2013
Bebe email me now keionnapooh@gmail.com
bebe wrote:
I am in a relationship with a moroccan man that i dearly love. When we met, he told me he was separated.he is a good hearted , sweet and affectionate and passionate man. He goes to his family regularly which makes me think that he isnt separated after all, though he lives and works in a different city. I cant back out from this relationship now, we are together almost two years and during this time he juggles his time between his work, his family and myself.my life is going to be empty without him as i love him so much .
Anon

South Africa

#844 Feb 18, 2013
Slmz, I know this topic has taken place long ago. But I'm seeking your opinion. I'm from South Africa and I have met a Moroccan man. He is good looking, speaks very gentle and very charming. My question to you is. How do I know he is no fake towards me. We went out on 2 dates and wanted to sleep with me on the first date. I said no. Second date same thing, I said no. He left it at that and couldn't understand why I didn't wanna sleep with him. Now after the last dates we didn't see each other and have been chatting on a regular basis. He told me that he wants me to be his girlfriend. It was a shock to me cause we only went out twice.
I don't know him that well that he has decided that this is where he wants to be with me. I have been through dating so many times and this is a first that a guy move so fast and wants a relationship. I don't know if I will get a response from you. But I'm putting this out there so that maybe someone will answer me. I forgot to mention that I am Muslim. Shukraan for anyones response.
misticlady

Fernley, NV

#845 Feb 18, 2013
MY Maroccan man asked me to be his girlfriend on our first date, we have been together 8 months now. He said he knew right away he didn't want to share me. He wanted me all for himself.I don't think it matters how many dates you have been on, it depends on how you feel and if youarr ready for that.
Anon wrote:
Slmz, I know this topic has taken place long ago. But I'm seeking your opinion. I'm from South Africa and I have met a Moroccan man. He is good looking, speaks very gentle and very charming. My question to you is. How do I know he is no fake towards me. We went out on 2 dates and wanted to sleep with me on the first date. I said no. Second date same thing, I said no. He left it at that and couldn't understand why I didn't wanna sleep with him. Now after the last dates we didn't see each other and have been chatting on a regular basis. He told me that he wants me to be his girlfriend. It was a shock to me cause we only went out twice.
I don't know him that well that he has decided that this is where he wants to be with me. I have been through dating so many times and this is a first that a guy move so fast and wants a relationship. I don't know if I will get a response from you. But I'm putting this out there so that maybe someone will answer me. I forgot to mention that I am Muslim. Shukraan for anyones response.
bebe

Torremolinos, Spain

#846 Feb 18, 2013
Anon wrote:
Slmz, I know this topic has taken place long ago. But I'm seeking your opinion. I'm from South Africa and I have met a Moroccan man. He is good looking, speaks very gentle and very charming. My question to you is. How do I know he is no fake towards me. We went out on 2 dates and wanted to sleep with me on the first date. I said no. Second date same thing, I said no. He left it at that and couldn't understand why I didn't wanna sleep with him. Now after the last dates we didn't see each other and have been chatting on a regular basis. He told me that he wants me to be his girlfriend. It was a shock to me cause we only went out twice.
I don't know him that well that he has decided that this is where he wants to be with me. I have been through dating so many times and this is a first that a guy move so fast and wants a relationship. I don't know if I will get a response from you. But I'm putting this out there so that maybe someone will answer me. I forgot to mention that I am Muslim. Shukraan for anyones response.
I dated my boyfriend for 4 months. He never took advances of me and showed respect. The farthest he got was hold my hand while driving me back home after a date and kissing it. This is how he won my heart because he showed genuine interest and respect to me...we were always in touch when we dont see each other and after a while we found out that we start really missing and caring for each other. We have fallen in love with each other and the first night we were together was also the first time we ever kissed. The relatiknship is still as beautiful now as it was almost two years ago. I am glad that i waited for the right time until my heart gave me the go signal..
Moroccan Pride

Arlington, TX

#847 Feb 18, 2013
tina wrote:
<quoted text> OMG! Someone is working a scam somewhere!
OMG!!! Someone is ignorant somewhere!!!!!
Krista

Topeka, KS

#848 Feb 20, 2013
Moroccan pride wrote:
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YES I'm a proud Moroccan woman, I love my country so much and it makes me so mad that some sick people, for some reason, are saying unrealistic things about Moroccan people!
Morocco is not different than any other place on the earth, there is good and bad people everywhere!
Tina, I'm a former bank agent in Morocco and my sister still working for a major Moroccan Bank there, I just asked her and she was laughing actually, NO that matter is not done in Morocco!
You are very welcome to ask any question, I'll do my best to help. Good luck!
Great you worked at a bank and your sister does too. Something to be proud of. May I assume you and your sister got the job because your cousin or uncle or someone in the family workes at that bank? I disagree with you on the unrealistic things about Moroccan people. Surely there are good and bad people everywhere, however, in Morocco one find very different thinking in people. As a European who lived in Morocco for several yars once told me a long time ago and I did not believed it until I myself lived there for 2 years "Morocco is a beautiful country but the people are no good". While I enjoyed the country Morocco, I missed the honesty in people, found that their friendliness and smiles are in most cases not honest, it is their tradition thats all. This holds true in business and in private! Most people their like to surround themself with foreigners it gives them a different status and in many cases once you invited them in your life, you can get rid of them. Most Moroccan men and women like to marry a foreigner to use them get out of their country not for true love. Maybe in 10% of the cases it is really true love. Everything else is a scam and considered fraud under the law. Ofcourse no one admit to it, but actions speak louder than words. Most bi-national marriages between an European or other nationalities with a Moroccan wind up in divorce within the first 5 years of the marriage. Because all these facts are known to immigration officers, US government changed the law in that if the marriage is less than 2 years the Moroccan spouse only gets a limited green card for 2 years. Then he or she must provide evidence of a stable and honest marriage such as mutual responsibiliies of bills and testimonials from 2 reputable American families that the bi-nationals are living a good maritial life, etc. Good thing!
tina

United States

#850 Feb 21, 2013
Krista wrote:
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Great you worked at a bank and your sister does too. Something to be proud of. May I assume you and your sister got the job because your cousin or uncle or someone in the family workes at that bank? I disagree with you on the unrealistic things about Moroccan people. Surely there are good and bad people everywhere, however, in Morocco one find very different thinking in people. As a European who lived in Morocco for several yars once told me a long time ago and I did not believed it until I myself lived there for 2 years "Morocco is a beautiful country but the people are no good". While I enjoyed the country Morocco, I missed the honesty in people, found that their friendliness and smiles are in most cases not honest, it is their tradition thats all. This holds true in business and in private! Most people their like to surround themself with foreigners it gives them a different status and in many cases once you invited them in your life, you can get rid of them. Most Moroccan men and women like to marry a foreigner to use them get out of their country not for true love. Maybe in 10% of the cases it is really true love. Everything else is a scam and considered fraud under the law. Ofcourse no one admit to it, but actions speak louder than words. Most bi-national marriages between an European or other nationalities with a Moroccan wind up in divorce within the first 5 years of the marriage. Because all these facts are known to immigration officers, US government changed the law in that if the marriage is less than 2 years the Moroccan spouse only gets a limited green card for 2 years. Then he or she must provide evidence of a stable and honest marriage such as mutual responsibiliies of bills and testimonials from 2 reputable American families that the bi-nationals are living a good maritial life, etc. Good thing!
I am so happy they changed that law because to many women being scammed.
Tea tree

Downey, CA

#851 Feb 24, 2013
Agree with you TigerLily... Moroccan men are cheap.... My ex bf is one... It's all about the money... Also not romantic , not a gentleman.@ the truth hurts: I am not a Muslim .. Yes, they treat Moroccan women differently... He was nice to one schoolmate of his, soon nice they end up spending a weekend in Vegas?!!!? WTF
Wind Dancer

San Antonio, TX

#852 Feb 24, 2013
AdeyzMarci wrote:
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Hi TMan... I want to ask you question, I am American woman who have been dating Muslim (Moroccan) since August '12. He is very pious, and has very busy lifestyle with fulltime school and fulltime work. I love him very very very much. While i understand much of the eastern culture (I speak, read and write Arabic and have old friends in the east...), I cannot say I understand fully when it come to the true heart of (a wonderful) Arabic man. We live innocent (for the most part), although extremely difficult for both of us.. My issue is is, TMan, he does not want me to leave him, I do not want to leave him (he owns my heart, truly), yet he is committed to his schooling and work and want to keep his focus...yet we love each other...(and this is disturbing to me cuz i have physical desires that have me pulling out my hair! but keep them tempered with much prayer...) I have been studying Islam and the Muslim way now for a few months.(And cannot deny am converting naturally as I continue to read the Quran he gave me, and become more involved with my walk in the way.)...this is not to say that he will marry me, but he made a statement once, months ago, that if I became Muslim, he would marry me.... I want to believe this is true, but things take time, I know. As a man, let me ask you, how can I help make sure he is not pressured nor pushed, but know that I need some definite clues to his intent for our futurue? OR, what might be happening in his heart--he is the greatest guy in the world.(Oh, when eastern man show much anger/jealousy toward other men who might speak to me, whom of course, I do not know, when say...we are out and they do not right away know he and I are together, does this show my man really love me? I am just... I don't know: in love, plain and simple!
I think it would be foolish for you to convert just to marry him, but of course the choice is urs and urs alone.
Tea tree

Downey, CA

#853 Feb 25, 2013
TigerLily wrote:
Fallen Angel, I think we need more information than that. I'm not even sure what the problem is. At least he is probably NOT scamming you for a visa. If he was...he would be (over)acting. He would be TOTALLY in love with you...and so would his whole family. I'm guessing...he just isn't very romantic. I'm going to stereotype here...but most Moroccan men that I've met are extremely cheap and unromantic. They are not exactly the flowers, candlelit dinner and long walk on the beach types. Most of them expect to go straight to bed even before the first date. I hope you didn't do that! Could it be that...he isn't really into you...but he is using you for easy sex...until something better, younger and more "pure" comes along?


Hi there tiger lily, glad u posted see my msg #851
Tea tree

Downey, CA

#854 Feb 25, 2013
the truth hurts wrote:
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Where do you get your facts from? Really??
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That seems like a very strange thing to do. I'm very sad for you.
:(
@ The truth hurts: Totally agree!!! See my msg #851
Tea tree

Downey, CA

#855 Feb 25, 2013
Wind Dancer wrote:
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I think it would be foolish for you to convert just to marry him, but of course the choice is urs and urs alone.
Please do not convert to Islam just because of him... Islam is not just a religion, it's a way of life.

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