Her husband, who adopted her daughter, now works as a gynecologist in Cairo’s Dokki, where the couple lives with their two children. I never had any contact for six years, until the baby was born.
They just pretended I didn’t exist, and Mohamed repelled the attacks and ignored them in return,” the 41-year-old woman recalls.
“So they suggested I lived in the same city where he was allocated, in a very humble house right in front of the entrance to his camp.” Now happily married for seven years, Faima recalls the difficulty of the first year, when the family had to live on a meagre LE 200 per month.
“I had packed my suitcases with my Prada handbags and found myself choosing between buying yoghurt for my daughter or milk for me, as we couldn´t afford both,” she laughs with irony.
It had been a fatiguing trip since they had left from Birmingham, England, crossing the channel tunnel and hopping on a seemingly endless series of trains through France and Italy until their had reached the port.“Five years later, his mother explained everything to me and everything changed.” A Global Negative Discourse “I am always annoyed with the negative publicity that comes with this topic, as I have been married to my half-Turkish half-Egyptian husband for over eight years and we have a wonderful marriage with two kids,” observes Sina, a globetrotter and interior designer based in Alexandria, where she runs a small boutique studio.For Claire, negative comments rained when she shared the news of her marriage amongst some friends in her home country of Australia.I mean I know there are bad apples in every group, but I don't know there's just something about a lot of Arab guys that I've met. Any female would feel like sh*t if she prusued a relationship with a guy who shows the behavior knowmeyourself mentions, fell for him, gave into her sexual desires and chose to sexually please him, only for him to feel that she's disposable! I really love how a lot of them were raised to treat women like queens. Both embarking into their second marriage, Sara and Ahmed faced family rejection, as his relatives feared she wouldn’t take care of the children he had conceived in his first marriage.