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Snoring, lack of romance blamed for Saudi Arabia divorce rates
Marriage contractor reveals what most women in Saudi Arabia complain about
'After decades of women being forced into marriages' from a women point of view is so much disturbing ,as women rights were discussed and addressed from the time Islam came to humanity at a large . How will our Prophet(PBUH) react when he get to know all this.... bless and quidance to all our ulemas and mullas .
Quazi Yusuf Elahi, New delhi, India
Ladies in Saudia enjoying like princess. Now they want change?
Anis Ahmad Fatehpuri, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
After decades of women being forced into marriages they didnt fully agree to, or been put through domestic and physical abuse in the name of marriage; the society has finally allowed women to stop the cycle of abuse which transcends into the children and other members of the household. In the past, divorce was equivalent to the most heinous crime or a deplorable act. Women were scared to oblivion if they ever contemplated divorce. After extensive research and patience, women finally have the right to resort to divorce when the situation is beyond repair. Physical and psychological effects of abuse are difficult to overcome. A total departure from the abuser and abusive environment is required for a healthy recovery. Women werent allowed to break free before. That is why the divoce rate has gone up now. These women finally have the right to say enough ! healthier individual are more important for a better society and better person than an abused wife and household.
farida, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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