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Broken homes and shredded souls In some cases, despite the poverty, couples who come from more traditionalist families are more likely to marry.
Traditionally, when a woman marries, she would move into the family home of her husband and the young couple would be deemed free from paying housing expenses.
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“I saved ,000 which was enough for a modest wedding.
But that money ended up flying out of my pockets as prices of basic necessities increased," he said, and so, affording a wedding "quickly became out of question." Hopes of finding love swiftly shattered in Yemen, as more and more young adults struggle to afford not only a wedding, but marriage itself.
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“We call on the international community – and particularly the Security Council and Human Rights Council – to take action to end the carnage and remedy this man-made crisis,” Adama Dieng, Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, and Ivan Šimonovic, Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect, said in a statement issued on Tuesday. It is incumbent on the international community to halt the suffering that is being inflicted on the Yemeni population,” the Advisers stated.
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Pre-marital relationships are generally looked down upon in Yemen, where conservative values are dominant, so many couples either stay engaged awaiting the end of the war, or are unable to pull through preparing for their new life and break up soon after.
‘More singles than ever before’Yemeni sociologist Hind Nasser told The New Arab that there is a noticeable increase in the number of single young men and women as a result of the war.