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    Salam Ladies

    Just thought I would start a new thread for us English ladies (or any western ladies for that matter) dating/married to Algerian men.

    I am 25 and have been with my Algerian bf for over 5 years know. Just think it's nice for us to get to know each other, share our experiences and just chat about stuff in general x

  • #2
    I'm Scottish, or British if you'd prefer (though not English :P), and I'm married to an Algerian man (as I think every man and his dog knows). I feel slightly sorry for all the Algerian women as the British seem to be marrying all their men...

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    • #3
      salaam

      i'm british but not english - i'm in algeria at the moment with my husband and i will be very sad to leave him when i return to the uk in september. It is a total culture shock for me as its too hot to go anywhere so i spend all my time in the house. while my husband runs around like a crazy person to sort out his paperwork so he can return to the uk.

      alhamdulilah he is a good man and he takes care of me. we have been married for 18 months now.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Felicity View Post
        ...I feel slightly sorry for all the Algerian women as the British seem to be marrying all their men...
        ...and how 'bout the arab ladies where the men are blind to them and reaching out for blond chicks instead?
        It seems as if one fails to conceive
        The meaning my name strives to achieve

        To a biological form you cannot relate-
        Because a reproductive cell is a gamete not gamate!

        It means to unite, -to become consolidated
        So without me in a.com, is there hope we'd be amalgamated?

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        • #5
          the arab ladies could buy some bleach & peroxide and get blonde hair the same way the "blonde" chicks do?

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          • #6
            I'm British and married to an Algerian man. We've been married for over a year.

            and how 'bout the arab ladies where the men are blind to them and reaching out for blond chicks instead?
            Actually, you'll be surprised by how many Algerian men opt not to marry 'blond chicks'

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            • #7
              Keep focused

              Salam to all,

              Can someone fill me in, please? Are we talking about the Arab ladies not being picked up by Algerian men, or are we trying to support those British born who are married to Algerians?

              Please ladies and gentleman; let’s stick to the topic, shall we?

              Everyone can marry who ever they want, and you will only get what’s written for you.

              So let’s get back to the question again. Our sister wanted to start a thread about those English/ British women with Algerian man. Any input on that, please?

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              • #8
                Oooops! posted a really long thread on here the other day but just noticed it seams not to have made it on here (maybe to long )

                Thanks Left2000 for trying to get the thread back on track, was wondering where it was going. I certainly didn't go out looking for a tanned skinned guy with brown hair and brown eyes and I certainly hope he didn't go for me for my white skin or blond hair (no bleach or peroxide used)

                Anyway thanks for the reply relating to the subject. So sorry to hear about your situation Bengy and really am keeping my fingers crossed for your husband's paperwork to be sorted asap so your not apart for to long. Is this your first time in Algeria, how do you find it? Hope it's not too hot for you if you are fasting.

                Muslimah can I ask a little about your wedding? was it a traditional western one or Algerian or even a mix of the two? that's what I would go for (if he ever asks that is ) x

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tasha View Post

                  Oooops! posted a really long thread on here the other day but just noticed it seams not to have made it on here (maybe to long )
                  I noticed you trying to make it, and then saw your IP offline getting 'rejected' - I suspect that what happened is that you 'timed out' - after 15 minutes of inactivity we get logged out, if you had spotted that the post hadn't gone through and re-logged in instantly, it would have been posted OK. So I am guessing that your careful work took too long and the site must have decided you'd fallen asleep. I think the 'length limit' is 10,000 characters per post, and the site doesn't flat out refuse to accept a 10,001 +character post - you would be told it was too long and be invited to shorten it (the easy way is to post it in two pieces if that ever happens).

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for that Al-khiyal. It wasn't THAT long so guess I was just too slow

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Felicity View Post
                      the arab ladies could buy some bleach & peroxide and get blonde hair the same way the "blonde" chicks do?
                      A lot of them do my dear, a lot of them do.
                      It seems as if one fails to conceive
                      The meaning my name strives to achieve

                      To a biological form you cannot relate-
                      Because a reproductive cell is a gamete not gamate!

                      It means to unite, -to become consolidated
                      So without me in a.com, is there hope we'd be amalgamated?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by left2000 View Post
                        Salam to all,

                        So let’s get back to the question again. Our sister wanted to start a thread about those English/ British women with Algerian man. Any input on that, please?
                        I don't think there was an initial question. If you scroll up, you'll find that Tasha wrote about getting to know each other and learning from each other's experiences and chat about 'general stuff'.

                        so I wouldn't shut someone up just because they added a general fact, relevant to the thread.

                        Thank you kindly
                        It seems as if one fails to conceive
                        The meaning my name strives to achieve

                        To a biological form you cannot relate-
                        Because a reproductive cell is a gamete not gamate!

                        It means to unite, -to become consolidated
                        So without me in a.com, is there hope we'd be amalgamated?

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                        • #13
                          Ladies, ladies!!!

                          I started this thread for us all to support and help each other not attack. We should be sticking together and helping each other out. I love my partner very, very much, he is the best thing to have ever happened to me and after almost 6 years we are still very happy but as I am sure you are all aware the verious religious and cultural differences means you face a few more hudles.

                          I chat with my partners, brothers partner and we have become good friends (she is polish). I just love to talk to her because we go through a lot of the same issues and she knows where I am coming from unlike my other friends x

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                          • #14
                            Hi Tasha and everyone else too

                            Yes I understand that, it's nice to be able to chat about things that you have in common or ask questions to people who maybe are in a similar situation to you.

                            I am not married yet, we are engaged and inshAllah everything will go smoothly and quickly

                            Tasha it's nice that you have been able to form a friendship with your future sister-in-law. Are you all in Algeria? I take it you aren't Polish as well, but clearly language hasn't been too much of a barrier.

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                            • #15
                              Salaam Salma

                              Mabrook on your engagement. Are you algerian? We have an old family friend we grew up admiring who is an American convert. She married an Arab man and was my mom's best friend years ago. We still keep in touch with her till this day. Mashallah she's the most trustworthy and loving individual. (we supported her through a lot of problems she faced with her husband)
                              It seems as if one fails to conceive
                              The meaning my name strives to achieve

                              To a biological form you cannot relate-
                              Because a reproductive cell is a gamete not gamate!

                              It means to unite, -to become consolidated
                              So without me in a.com, is there hope we'd be amalgamated?

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