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This also applies to husbands who permit themselves to chat with women, but forbid their wives from doing the same with men.This leaves wives with an impression that their husbands are cheating,” Abu Amer told .
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She indicated that this led to increasing suspicions, which drove their relationship to the point of divorce.
The annual report published by the chief justice’s office confirmed that divorce rates among Palestinians had risen to 20% in 2013.
But I was shocked by the last chat I saw between her and another man, who called her 'my love.' That was the last straw that drove me to end our marriage.” Social networking sites, particularly Facebook, have become one of the common causes for divorce in the Palestinian territories, according to Chief Justice Sheikh Yusuf Adeis.
In an interview published on the local newspaper’s website Jan.
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28, Adeis said, “There are many reasons leading to divorce in our country, among them the prevailing social circumstances and social networking websites such as Facebook.” Yasser is not the only person blaming Facebook for his divorce.
Yasmine, 21, also recently finalized her divorce from her husband, whom she described as a “stalker of women on Facebook.” “My husband used to spend many hours on Facebook,” she told .
Yasser, 27, who requested that his full name not be revealed, considered his wife’s chat with one of her Facebook friends a “cruel act of betrayal.” This was not the first time that he had seen conversations between his spouse of almost three years and strangers of the opposite sex, conversations that fall contrary to Palestinian society’s customs and traditions.