What's your opinion on an Lebanese man and Israeli woman getting married ?
My friend who's half Lebanese half Russian is dating half Israeli half Russian girl in Russia and they planning to marry and open a small dental clinic in Russia and he said me that they'll get rid of their other citzenships if they're going to have a problem
lol Russians don't hate foreigners. My other friend is korean and a dentist married a Russian and opened a dental clinic there and has plenty of russian friends and his business going so good
- Anonymous4 months ago
Dont do it, man. I am half Lebanese and half Ukrainian, I would NEVER associate with a Jew, especially an Israeli....
- JanoobeeLv 47 months ago
the israeli woman would first kill the Lebanese man and his family and then ship here family flock from europe and give them the house of the Lebanese martyr and then proclame that God gave her that man to kill and then to marry and take over his land, like they did from 1978 till 2000
- 8 months ago
Better than marry a Lebanese woman
- JohnLv 78 months ago
Unlike yourself, I am smart enought to know that they didn't ask me for advice.
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- 8 months ago
Personally I have no problem with that, as long as they don't make it political, I wish the best for them.
I have a very close friend, an Egyptian activist that married an Israeli woman that fled from Najaf desert after she lost a brother killed by a Palestinian boy, her father (with the help of the local authorities) burned the house of the boy while all the 6 family members were asleep, All killed.
The woman was traumatized by her father savageness and left to the states, married this Egyptian activist and now became a pro-Palestinian activist after she changed her belief in Zionism.
Yes Humans can survive difficulties even if it was a big political problem like the Arabo-Israeli conflict.
- klyposLv 68 months ago
Russians are xenophobic people - they hate foreigners. But this couple have not had problems, yet.
Given this situation, they will probably get along fine until their dental practice becomes successful. At that point they might start to encounter problems with easily bribed local government officials finding "reasons" to make it hard for them to trade, while their competitors pick up the business.
They could make a career out of setting up small dental clinics and selling them to other companies. If they only have Russian qualifications they may need to requalify if they moved to another country.