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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.
He had all the traits to be a good husband and father.
I saw that he was loving, caring, and very interested in me. You have to involve yourself in different activities and hobbies so you don't become boring, and you have to realize that you don't marry one person—you marry the entire family.
Hamas itself has been trying to encourage marriage by paying the equivalent of £1,200 to any male who memorises the Quran, a bit of cash to help finance the next step in life.
“The founder of Wesal came to my family and convinced them that the man is honest and wants to marry me,” says Ahmad.Her fiancé, Tareq – Sobouh did not want to give his surname, for fear of being criticised for meeting her spouse online – said he wanted a tall, light-skinned woman with religious manners. “Wesal service is the best discovery of my life,” says Sobouh.“I am the one who will get married, not my family or the society.” In some cases, Wesal’s founder acts something like a traditional khattaba.Some 1,400 men have been killed in the three wars with Israel since 2008, leaving many widows who would like to remarry.Tradition, however, can make it difficult for them to wed single men.