Added on 27/10/2013
Asia , Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice , Cultural anthropology , Culture , Family , Gender , Law enforcement in Saudi Arabia , Marriage , Patriarchy , Politics , Saudi Arabia , Social Issues , Sociobiology , Women's rights in Saudi Arabia
EMAN AL NAFJAN: When women are stopped driving in Saudi Arabia it’s generally a policeman who does the stopping.
Added on 28/04/2013
Susan Al Shahri
Asia , Behavior , Conflict of marriage laws , Dhofar , Dhofar Governorate , Engagement , Family , Human Interest , Kinship and descent , Marriage , Muscat , Oman
SUSAN AL SHAHRI: Its practice is still extremely common in the south of Oman. The obsession with keeping the tribe pure comes at a price though.
Added on 21/01/2013
The View From Fez
Abdesslam El Bouraini , Adultery , Family , Family law , Fouzia Assouli , Husband , Legal status of polygamy , Marriage , Moroccan High Commission For Planning , Morocco , Polygamy , President , Social Issues
According to a recent report in Le Soir, estimates from the Moroccan High Commission For Planning (HCP) found the median age for marriage in Morocco was 31 for men and 27 for women.There are many reasons for this – more years spent studying, and the high cost of housing and wedding ceremonies being the most […]