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She will often agree because she is struggling financially and the group will pay her a salary.
“We want to spread joy and connections between people” and help them with “finding love and peace after going through a lot of suffering,” he says.“Women who lost their men during the last three wars have difficult lives and few options,” says Reham Owda, a Gaza-based writer and analyst of women’s issues.“In most cases the husband’s family pressures the woman to marry the brother-in-law to control her life and seize any financial aid she receives.” Owda adds that if the widow’s husband is affiliated with a political party, it might intervene and pressure the woman to marry a man from same group.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.