'90 Day Fiancé': Mohamed Tells Yve She Wouldn't Make a Good Mother to Their Child
Yve and Mohamed are openly discussing the possibility of having children.
According to an episode of 90 Day Fiancé airing on Sunday, he told her that he didn't want to have children with her since she doesn't practice Islam and was reared with too much libertarian principles.
Due to Mohamed's high expectations of Yve, Mohamed, 25, and Yve, 48, have had problems since he relocated from Egypt to New Mexico. When Mohamed told Yve that she could no longer be in the same room with another guy alone and that he wants her to dress more conservatively and no longer wear bikinis, Yve was surprised. Mohamed and Yve's relationship was brought up in Sunday's program.
Yve already has a special needs kid named Tharan. Despite the fact that she believes Mohamed would make a "wonderful" father, she acknowledges her own age as a barrier to having children with him. On the other hand, Mohamed was adamant that any child of his would have to be reared as a Muslim because he didn't share her feelings about her as a mother.
That being the case, let me make a clarification," he remarked. "During the time I'm teaching him things, you cannot get them confused about his faith. It's a rather simple process. There is no doubt that my child will become a Muslim. Let me be completely honest with you at this point. To be honest, I'd prefer not to have children if they weren't going to be Muslim."
A youngster raised in Yve's spirituality would end up drinking alcohol and dating, he said in an interview with the media. "Yve was raised in an environment where he had a lot of freedom. She won't be a good role model for my child, either."
Mohammed's lack of fairness caught Yve off guard.
This is something that I'm not sure I'm okay with," she told the cameras. "I want our child, at some point, to be able to pick what they choose to believe in."
She told ET that, contrary to what many people have speculated, Mohamed did not tell her that she needed to become a Muslim in order for their relationship as a couple to work.
To be clear, I'm not saying I didn't want to hear from him about the possibility of becoming a Muslim; rather, I'm saying that he should have told me.
She made the point. That might have destroyed our relationship right then and then if that had been communicated to me, and it was not.... I was very honest with him about how I am. And knowing I would not convert."
"I'm a woman who works hard. Even as a wife, I'm not going to pretend to be an all-around housewife."
"So I made it obvious that, although I'm aware that women aren't always employed at the company, that isn't the case for me. As a professional, I refuse to give up my job. As a result, don't expect me to just stay at home baking cakes and eating three meals a day. As a result, we spent a lot of time discussing his plans for the future, including his plans for personal training and food engineering when we get in the area."
As for Mohamed's hypocrisy in regards to his faith and culture, she also addressed it. For example, Mohamed is a conservative Muslim, but he has no problem sleeping with Yve despite the fact that they are not married.
"Count me in. There are levels of double standards or hypocrisy and someone is trying to have me follow them and force them on me, so I'm going to challenge that."
She was really open about it. "Just as I do on a regular basis as a normal human being. Everything raises a red flag for me. Learning and research are two of my favorite things to do in my spare time.
It doesn't set well with me if something appears to be a double standard or hypocritical. And I don't think it's fair, since you're outraged about the bikini thing, but you're allowed to pose shirtless in photos."