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The Muslim Issue

While the law for men is only superficial and on paper while they have all the freedom to do what they please and break their religious laws from left to right, women are soon to be forced to wear headbags so they can like like black garbage bags a’la Saudi Arabia to suite Wahhabi ideals.
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‘Temporary marriage’ on the rise in post-revolutionary Tunisia

In Tunisia, temporary unions, or “urfi” marriages, are officially illegal. But since the revolution, they have been on the rise as couples are seeking to relieve sexual frustrations in a conservative society while circumventing expensive weddings.

By Imed BENSAIED  |  France 24

In the Muslim world, an “urfi” marriage is the simplest of all possible procedures and ceremonies. Performed before two witnesses and requiring neither fee, nor official contract, nor parental consent, the purpose of the union is to secure the recognition of a couple before God, even though the marriage has no…

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