This behavior is also contradictory to common religious beliefs.
Egyptian men will often say God Willing that something should happen.
Of course if their goal of marriage is to just obtain a visa then that is the biggest red flag. And it doesn’t matter if Egyptian men read these tests and attempt to con you by pretending to be ethical.
The truth always seeps through sooner or later even if via the smallest discreet ways. I am just saying it will increase your odds if his work has nothing to do with tourism.
Control freak tendencies even if minor, quick personality shifts or changes which can include revenge, quick to anger, inability to admit errors or wrongdoing, and poor active listening skills thus a tendency to interrupt too quickly.
The key to marrying a good Egyptian man is to test him. Wanting to leave Egypt is not always a bad sign since many indeed want to create a better life for themselves and their future family or at least explore the world.
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.
Maybe it was God’s Will that something went wrong, right?
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.
If he is truly interested in you and others, he will be consciously aware of not interrupting when others are talking.
received message: I am a foreigner male living in Egypt.
Egyptian men overall are quite wonderful and I personally know many men here who would be great and ethical husbands to foreign women.