Haha this article was funny, if one likes stereotype humor (which i do), and i give it that in this kind of humor there is also more than a grain of truth.
i believe lots of girls are like that because they are not allowed to develop their own upright self-appreciation nor are they really respected by ppl around them, so they resort to resort to pettiness and passive manipulative aggression. sadly they are not exactly taught to be upright strong direct and respectful.
my own experience with being romantically involved with a girl from middle east was totally opposite:
she was totally respectful towards me, we had an amazing, honest rapport, i trusted her completely (and vice versa), she was very passionate, forgiving, and money was no issue – she offered to borrow me money should i need it on third day she knew me. she was also very broadly educated, and broad minded … and a damn looker, to me the most attractive girl i’ve ever seen, internet or otherwise! its the type of girl with a big “MARRIAGE MATERIAL” stamped red over her file.
you might say i’m talking nonsense, but the saddest part is: i’m not. the girl is real.
the saddest, because, you can guess it already: the family (aaah with right type of family u don’t need enemies) was obviously against me for many (to me) absurd reasons, but with no lack of compelling force.
long sad story short, we stopped contact. but in unison, and with mutual blessing.
so, no matter the funny article, and no matter the truths it may hold, i felt compelled by “middle eastern” in your article to defend the person whom i find still the most important girl for me.
a person also representative of middle eastern girls at their best!