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Abu Mustafa, 34, a maths teacher, said he had no specific reasons to get married again, but said he did wish to give “dignity” to a widow. Women stay alive,” says the site’s founder, Hashem Sheikha.
His wife’s first husband died during the conflict between Hamas and Israel in 2012. “This is why my project supports polygamy.” Sheikha, a Palestinian born in Saudi Arabia, says the site has led to 160 weddings since it started in March.
When completing an application, people must address several questions important to those looking for a spouse here: place of residence, occupation, salary, marital status, number of children.
And there are some traditional terms users must accept: “I swear by Allah the Great that all my information is accurate, and that I won’t use this website for entertainment.” What Wesal does not have is profile photos or any online chatting functionality, to protect the privacy of women and because both would be considered “haram,” or forbidden under Islamic law, Sheikha said.
My husband later told me he had refined his search because he wanted to date an artist this time.
He posted samples of his sculptures on his profile.
“We are the halal version of American dating websites,” he says, using the word that connotes what is acceptable under Islamic tradition.
The site has hundreds of surveys for you to answer and gives you the ability to read other people's answers.She will often agree because she is struggling financially and the group will pay her a salary.“This matchmaking service is positive because it encourages these women to choose the potential husband without fear and pressure in this religious and patriarchal society,” says Owda.Wesal not only facilitates marriages for widows, but also for the divorced and those who have never married.Part of Wesal’s immediate success appears to be how closely it hews to Gazan tradition, despite the digital medium.