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While the country lacks the religious police of Saudi Arabia, vigilant relatives can play a similar role.
Amira, 23, who has dated in secret for years, has always been careful.
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Samar al-Mawali, 23, did not tell her parents about her relationship with her high-school sweetheart at first, but when they found out anyway, they supported her. but they’re not conservative in the sense that they don’t allow us to mix with boys,” she says.
The couple married in December after eight years together. “They may be conservative in terms of religion and praying five times a day and fasting . But in other segments of Omani society, dating is still completely taboo.
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Similar changes are happening in the neighboring United Arab Emirates, says Jane Bristol-Rhys, associate professor of anthropology at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi.
Exposure to other cultures – whether through television, the internet, or direct contact with foreigners – has influenced ideas about what a good marriage should look like.
“Imagine if somebody sees me, my cousin or my brother, by chance? “So it’s always in places a bit closed-off, places like the seaside at night, or a park, places far from people close to us.” She asked Newsweek not to publish her last name, so that her family does not find out.
Amira met her first boyfriend in an online chat room when she was 18.
“People are becoming more open-minded,” says Ammar Ali, 26, an Omani who met his wife Sarah (half-Omani, half-Scottish) through a mutual friend.