ye sahbi mghir zina lezmik tista3mel klem 9wi famech fi9o w yofa mawdhou3 jimla rana tmasa5na jbora mn chira w isis mn chira .. we7ed wala y7chm bch 9oul rani tounsi ..... fi 3alem kemel man3outin bilsbo3 maynaI have a theory as to why Mr.Couscous and Tuna Fish is behaving the way he does :
Assuming he is indeed a man, and assuming he is pure of heart (as in he doesn't have any bad intentions) I would say he is imposing his own morals on to the victims of the Bezness scam :
In Tunisia, boys are raised differently from girls, it is established from a young age that femininity and masculinity are for women and men (respectively) and that there is no gray area, men are expected to always be strong, brave,to take risks and sacrifice (somewhat idealistic but bear with me) and on the other hand women are expected to always be weaker, more submissive, shy and to prioritize themselves and their offspring.
-If any technical, or grunt work need be done, the son is for it ,yet, if any clothes need be washed, kids watched or food cooked, the daughter is for it.
-If the son is in pain, physically or mentally, he'll simply be told to "man up" (keyword here) and deal with it, however if the daughter is in pain she will receive affection and be told "It'll all be ok" (etc).
-If the son messes up, he will receive physical punishment almost indefinitely, if the daughter messed up she'll be punished in other ways and even if physical punishment is involved, won't be as severe.
I'm not trying to stir up controversy but follow along if you may;
As you may imagine, these values and this type of parenting (more common in more traditional families and poorer families generally) will lead to serious psychological trauma, which, according to my theory, explains the lack of empathy that Mr.Couscous is exhibiting, he simply lost the ability to empathize with others due the repeated lack of empathy towards him (I was at one point like this, and I know plenty of people whom are like this),I'm not trying to portray him as a victim but what I'm trying to say is his behavior might seem like a normal response to him and he might simply not know any better . I will go as far as to say that the psychological trauma might explain why Tunisian men seem to resent women so much both Tunisian women and foreigners, even marriage, to them is just a ticket to having children (and beating women) then again, this is my theory and I simply don't have the data to prove it, just reasoning and anecdotal evidence.
Feel free to criticize and thank you for reading through it all ^^