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The following is an excerpt from the book "The Middle East: Women and Power in the 21st Century" by Gwenyth D. Curtis, published by Oxford University Press in September 2005. It is reprinted from the book:

On the night I left Tunis, my taxi driver said, "You have a good look at this young girl walking around here." This wasn't a compliment. "She's so beautiful I have to stop and take her picture. Do you know who she is?"

"I do. I saw her in Paris on the day I left." "I knew her!"

"She's so young and so beautiful. I just want to go and see her."

So, on that particular evening, I stopped for a taxi in the centre of Tunis. The girl walked by me. Her eyes were full of sadness and tears. I looked at her and said, "I saw her." And then, "I didn't know you. I only know her because she looks like my cousin."

As a young Tunisian male, I have always had a lot of friends who were also foreigners, including some who were foreign women (some of whom were very beautiful) and some who were Tunisian men. This is a phenomenon which you just never see in other countries.

I would like to introduce you to a beautiful Tunisian girl with a lot of beautiful friends, who I am going to tell you is a Tunisian woman who is a woman of a different nationality, a Muslim woman.

"Hi, I'm Alia," the woman said to me and then started crying. "I only know her because of her big eyes. I was with her for about a year, and she said that she only wanted to stay with me for a while, and I didn't want to marry her. She said she is a Muslim but she is not a good Muslim, she is a bad Muslim. I told her that she needs to leave me edmonton muslim because I am not the kind of sweedish men girl that she wants, but she didn't care about me at all." It wasn't only my Muslim friend who started crying, but several other friends who had visited the hotel with me, including two men I know and a few who were from Morocco. They were crying too. Alia said that the man who had been with her all along was a very nice, kind man and that he really tried to help her through this difficult time. They just didn't get along at all and she had even turned to alcohol to help them cope. Her father had to pay to be with her in a private room for three days after the first two days, but that's okay. The rest of the people I met at the hotel felt the same way, and Alia herself, after a long conversation, said that she was "not uae girls a Muslim and not very good at prayer." She seemed happy and proud of herself. But she had been "shunned and rejected by all her brothers, even her mother." That was all a matter of luck, I said, because there was no way a person like Alia could do this on her own. She must have done something terrible to provoke them.

She asked me what I thought, because there are so many questions left to answer. How do you deal with people who have rejected you? How do you know that the relationship is good? What does a Muslim woman really think of a guy like me, who is not her Muslim brother and who is married to a non-Muslim? What is her position, and what is it for? I'm in no position to judge her, but I did tell her that "there is no one in Islam that would be so violent or violent-minded as the people I met." Her mother did tell me how Alia's father used to beat her, and how she did not like her brother "because he used to call her a 'jelly-meat' and that his mother would sometimes beat her." What does this tell us? "A woman is more likely to react violently to men that beat her than men who don't beat her," I said. "And if she is a woman, then she will not react. It is much more likely that she would become violent to a man who beats her than a man who does not beat her." Her mother said that Alia had told her what she had seen on TV. That is true, and that is why I was there to speak with her. I wanted to find out if she was the sort of girl who would act violently if someone who did not treat her with respect and dignity beat her, as the algerian girl who had been raped had done. The algerian sex dating bristol girl was angry, and was acting out of revenge for the way her father had treated her. The algerian girl had been living with her father for some years, and had come to be used as muslims marriage a punching bag by her father. Alia's father beat her very badly. She had not told her mother about the incident before she left. I spoke to her mother. She said that her daughter vivastreet pakistani had always been a very good girl, and had never been violent. Her daughter did not want to get into trouble, so she would do what her father told her to do. Alia's mother and father were divorced.

She was very happy, she went back home with her mother. She met some other muslim girls in town who were indian matrimonial sites in canada very interested in her, and the relationship between the girls started. The girls and Alia, who were very close, lived together in this apartment building. Alia had an interesting life. She studied photography, and was interested in fashion. She loved the music of hip hop, but she wanted to have fun and was not particularly interested in wearing a hijab.