I have actually only met one Egyptian man in my life who can do that.
If they make an error and it is exposed or confronted, they usually go to great efforts to blame the other person or situation.
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.
Now I am not saying that he might marry others after being married to you.
On the contrary, the point is that he should be against the idea itself.
But if something goes wrong they too often get frazzled.
Maybe it was God’s Will that something went wrong, right?
4) Make sure he is absolutely against the idea of Muslims marrying 4 wives, even if he is a Muslim.
This behavior is also contradictory to common religious beliefs.
Egyptian men will often say God Willing that something should happen.
1) Avoid those who work in the tourism industry or who have access to a lot of tourists. At minimal, try to meet men elsewhere other than at a tourism setting.
2) Observe carefully his active listening skills towards you and others.