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1. Is it true that there are more divorces in islam than in any other country?

It's true. However, we shouldn't be surprised since Muslims tend to marry early. Even for Muslims who marry before the age of 18, there is still a high likelihood that they will divorce.

According to a 2015 study, the divorce rate among muslim women between the ages of 15 and 29 was almost three times higher than the rest of the country, and nearly twice that of the non-muslim populations. In the same year, an average of about 1.6 divorces were recorded each month.

According to a 2012 Pew Research Center report, a Muslim man has a divorce rate of 3.3 divorces per year on average, compared to 3.2 for a non-muslim man. The report concluded that "the rates of child marriage and nonmarital birth have declined in the West over the past 50 years." But it's difficult to find any solid evidence to back indian matrimonial sites in canada up this claim. For example, Pew's 2009 report states, "Marriage rates were highest in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, and the highest in East Asia." The same year, a Pew Research report states that a Muslim woman's "marriage rate is roughly comparable to a European man." In the same report, Pew's report concludes that "In almost every other area, there is less of a gender sweedish men gap in the rates of marriage and divorce in Muslim-majority countries." But even though they report that "In the West, the divorce rate was lower than in many of the Islamic countries, particularly in the Middle East and the Muslim world," the Pew report fails to mention that in the same year, the Western divorce rate was actually lower in many Muslim countries than in the rest of the world. As a result, Muslim men have a divorce rate that is two and half times higher than non-muslim men, and that is almost certainly due to their muslims marriage higher rates of child marriage and nonmarital birth. As of 2009, the divorce rate in the United States is 1.2 divorces per 1,000 women, compared to 1.1 for the general population of American women. The Pew study also reports that Muslim-American women had a higher rate of marriage to non-Muslim men than non-Muslim women, even though the divorce rate for Muslim-American women was higher than the overall American divorce rate. The study further notes that the Muslim-American divorce rate was nearly 10 times higher than non-Muslim women's divorce rate, even though Muslim-American men had higher rates of divorce. The study concluded, "There is little reason to believe that any of these differences are the result of discrimination or lack of social acceptance." This is not a random sampling of the Muslim population. It is the result of the "religiosity, social pressure, and cultural norms" that promote polygamy and non-marital birth. The authors of the Pew study even report that "Women's education levels in many countries and religions are also correlated with marital status and divorce rates." The study concludes that "In many cases, the higher the education level, the higher the rates of divorce and remarriage." These results indicate that it would be wise for Muslim women to avoid polyandry by marrying non-Muslim men. The following is an excellent discussion of polyandry, from a blog called The Islamophobe's edmonton muslim Almanac by Ayaan Hirsi Ali (emphasis mine): What a concept! As I read about this "religion" (which was supposed to be the most benign on Earth) being practiced by so many women, I found myself thinking, "Oh, what a pity," or "Oh, God, let them be so much better!" How much less tolerant are they sex dating bristol for men who are polyamorous or sexually involved with other men, for whom a monogamous vivastreet pakistani or traditional marriage may have a good chance of lasting! Ayaan Hirsi Ali, The Islamophobe's Almanac, January 13, 2011 I had not heard of polygamy, or the "religion of peace." But there I was, in my apartment with a couple of girlfriends, and I was getting excited about the idea of having a polyamorous marriage, which is the only way I can imagine being able to have a normal marriage. But then, suddenly, my girlfriend, a Muslim, asked me, "So, why aren't you in Islam?" It was like she was asking me, "Why aren't you having a normal, good life?" The next morning, she said she knew nothing about me or what I did. She just thought that I was crazy. That she uae girls was wrong. In fact, she thought that I would be worse off if I weren't in Islam. She said she had been warned that I wasn't a true believer. She said she saw me as a potential danger to her and her children. So I knew I had to be careful, and that's why I started my own study of Islam.

After my study, I realized that Islam is the only true religion and that it's the best option for me. But I didn't want to leave my country and my family behind. So, after studying, I decided to stay, and study the Quran, the Hadith and hadith. In the following weeks, I spent hours every day reading the Qur'an and listening to the Qur'an and hadith. After I came back from Pakistan, I went to Turkey to study for four years. At the age of 22, I decided that I wanted to marry my long-time partner in a Islamic country. This year, I married my long-time partner from Turkey, and I have been living in Turkey for nearly two years now. My main goal in life is to convert our family to Islam and then return home to our old country to live. In the next part of this article, I will be sharing my experience in the journey of our marriage, our plans for our future, and how Islam can help me achieve my goals.