Iran singles dating
She made clear that a boy with good morals but no education would not be good enough.Ms Lofti attends compulsory classes on marriage at her university.Dateline finds that hiring private detectives to investigate lovers is big business in India, as modern technology challenges age-old tradition.In Iran, sex outside marriage is illegal, but half the population under 35 aren't married and the Government's worried they are not playing by the rules, so they are doing something about it.Mohammad Kamand is preparing a young man for marriage at Tebyan, a government-approved website where arranged unions are strongly favoured over love matches. Profile pictures are forbidden and parents must accompany would-be couples on their first dates.The aim of this website is to use Islamic principles to get single young people together.
Money and parental approval are two major hurdles that couples must overcome before they can tie the knot.This is the Tebyan office, a Government run online Islamic dating institute.Apparently Iran is facing a marriage crisis so authorities have decided to step in and play cupid.It’s online dating as you’ve never seen it before – no profile photos, matches are chosen for you, and parents must also go on the first date, but is Iran’s government-controlled dating service fighting a losing battle against Western desires?
A psychologist delivers a stern warning about the dangers of Western romantic habits: “In emotional or romantic relationships in the US, 93 per cent ultimately lead to divorce.” “Loving at first look or sight is, I emphasise, very dangerous,” he tells me.The number of births per woman of child-bearing age has fallen from 7 in 1980 to 1.8 in 2014 - below Britain's fertility rate, for example, of 1.9.