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A word of caution for female tourists visiting Egypt: be careful of the many of the men working in tourist areas in Egypt. Although the vast majority of Egyptians have a high sense of honor and good conduct, it seems that tourist areas seem to attract a relatively high concentration of people with lax morals, who would exploit tourists in many ways.
It can manifest itself as persistent aggressive begging, peddling cheap goods, charging 10X the normal prices for services and goods, and what this article focuses on: exploiting female tourists. Looking at the bulk of the comments on my notes on compulsory army service in egypt they are mostly from non-Egyptian women who married or intend to marry an Egyptian man, and army service has become an obstacle.
So, once you here the word "habibti" meaning "my love" in Arabic , and before you call him "Habibi", let alone go down the marriage route, read on below for more information. Many tourists come from countries where sex is more freely practiced outside of marriage. Youn g Egyptian men working in tourist areas who are not married see this as an opportunity, and are met with acceptance from the female tourists. Many Egyptian men who practice this scam view the "wealthy" tourist as a source of income.
They keep asking their "girl friend", "fiance" or "wife" for money for various excuses, just like a professional scammer would play a confidence game on a victim. Some of those men want to get out of Egypt, and see their marriage as a way to gain residence and citizenship in a Western country.
The economy in Egypt has been stagnant for decades, and poverty, lack of opportunity and the high cost of marriage lures some youth to trying these tricks. One factor that helps is that most Egyptian men look desirable to Western women, being of darker complexion than their compatriots. The fact that the foreigners are white blonds work in making the women attractive and desirable for Egyptian men.