This perhaps comes via meeting a lot of men so I am able to weed out the good catches from the not-so-good.Although I hate to generalize, there are some negative personality traits that I have observed too often from a lot of Egyptian men which can be red flags.Does he tend to get jealous if you speak to or have male friends, or does he get frazzled if you speak nicely and give friendly attention to other men around him?If an Egyptian man truly loves you he won’t get frazzled by this to the point of control.If he interrupts too quickly, doesn’t ask you and others questions about the things you and others are saying, etc, etc then than can be a sign of lurking impatience as well as him lacking certain social observational skills.
A good listener is able to acquire more data, is less likely to assume or jump to quick conclusions before knowing all the details, and being a good listener is also reflective of politeness and kindness which are both reflective of having above average intelligence.
If he is, that is a sign that he can understand how to properly love and care for a woman because his awareness can understand loyalty and devotion.
It doesn’t matter what is allowed by religious laws or cultural acceptance.
Egyptian men, for some control freak reason, always usually have to be right, if there is a conflict.
You will observe this via their listening skills when it occurs whereby they reject what the other person is saying and sticks to their own opinions feeling that their own opinion is always the correct one.