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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.Though popular, with some 100,000 visitors in a population of 2 million people in Gaza, the website is not universally liked. Women are not a sack of onions,” says Lina Zein, 25, a single woman from Gaza City, explaining that Wesal felt too transactional in its approach to arranging weddings.“It limits my ambitions in marriage to someone’s income.” Amal Seyam, the head of Gaza’s Women Affairs Association, an NGO, says the service appeared to have come at an opportune time to take advantage of changes in Gazan society.It has been successful, and not just because Tinder and other dating apps are banned or severely frowned on here.Its founder knows his demographic well: residents of the religiously conservative Gaza Strip, with its culture of resistance.“We are the halal version of American dating websites,” he says, using the word that connotes what is acceptable under Islamic tradition.
Tradition, however, can make it difficult for them to wed single men.
“We also fight old traditions that say divorced women should not get married.” But while Sheikha is in favour of more options for women in the selection of a spouse, he is not a strong supporter of the choice to remain single.