The hashtags launched by a woman celebrating her marriage to a Muslim man has gone viral in Italy, created in response to an article warning European women against such unions.
See its a global phenomenon women are warned against marrying and befriending musalmans but they end up falling for the same musalmans http://interfaithxxx.com/the-power-of-muslim-manhood
Journalist Laura Silvia Battaglia has been married for four years to her Yemeni husband who she met in his home country. She created the hashtags “I married a Muslim” and “Muslim husband rocks”
Within a few hours of Battaglia posting a picture of herself with the caption “We have news: unfortunately for you, we’re happy” on Twitter and Facebook, hundreds of women followed, sharing images of themselves, their families, and their stories.
Like one from Giada Frana, who met her Tunisian husband at university in 2009. “When I say that no, he does not beat me and no, he did not change when we were living in Tunisia for two years (I was moving around the country by myself, I wore what I liked, I went out with friend, sometimes people tell me ‘yes, but he’s different’. Different from whom?” she wrote as a caption to the post shared on Facebook.
Another woman shared the “I married a Muslim” hashtag and joked: “He got the short hand of the deal, with an Italian wife”.
Facebook Hashtag here all these women are saying they married musalman
As a side note: Italy’s retired population is soaring and the country’s birth rate is low and declining despite government efforts. The potent muslim males are definitely going to help pump new blood into the country, all the more reason.