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  • Falling victim to bogus marriage deals
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    Today, Khaleej Times explores two separate issues facing Emirati society and the modern family nucleus in the UAE.
    In one article, we explore the issue of high numbers of Emirati men being lured — through money or trickery — into marrying foreign woman, who then use the marriages as a gravy train.
    In a separate story, a son who was taken away from his

    mother at a young age and neglected by his father is fighting to stop the courts from imposing mandatory monthly payments he must pay his reluctant parent.

    The man argues his father did not raise him properly, leaving him to seek out his mother -only to discover they did not speak the same language.
    Emirati youths are increas ingly falling victim to bo gus marriage deals pro posed by smart expatriate women to obtain a permanent residence visa or UAE passport in exchange for money -or even through a fake love story. In these instances, matters are complicated even further when the women have a child.
    Several lawyers who spoke to Khaleej Times have recounted the phenomenon, most of which follow similar lines.


    One such story involves a young Emirati man who travelled abroad, where he met a young woman working as a waitress in a restaurant.
    Upon discovering he was a UAE national, she proposed marriage for three annual installments of Dh20,000 so that she could obtain a residence visa.

    Initially, the naive young man agreed to the idea.
    He first consulted some friends if this marriage is legal under UAE laws or not and he was advised that the UAE authorities are keeping a watch on this kind of fictitious marriage, and he might risk two months' jail term and his “wife's“ deportation. When the Emirati man heard that, he rejected the woman's proposal.

    Not giving up as the dream to come to work in the UAE had obsessed her mind, the woman contacted the man again and asked him what would be the problem if the marriage would be real and it would not cost him a penny.
    She told him he would be, instead, paid Dh60,000 plus a friend he could sleep with without the compunction of committing a sin since she would be his legal wife under the Islamic laws too.

    She assured him that she would bear even the rent of where they would be living, and affirmed that after the deal expired, he could divorce her whenever he wanted after she could get a job to shift the residence visa on it.


    This was a deal he thought he could benefit from as he would get a friend to have unpaid sex with, as she would be his wife legally, although it would be a secret from his family.
    Adding to that, he would receive Dh20,000 every year. So how could one refuse such an attractive deal like that?
    They made the deal and the girl accompanied her husband after she paid him the first installment (Dh20,000) agreed upon.
    She lived with him for over a year and a half and did not ask him for any money. At the end of the first year of marriage, she paid him the second payment (Dh20,000).

    She tried all the time to conceive a baby from him which happened after that period of marriage.
    She kept this matter secret and did not inform him that she got pregnant. Then she told him that she did not love him anymore and sought divorce. Once she gave birth to the baby, the man divorced her, which is when the troubles began.

    In the beginning of the third year, the woman broke her words and did not pay him the last payment (Dh20,000).


    Moreover, she sued him for being the father of her child and she won a court ruling which ordered the man to pay his ex-wife the rent for a good house for her and her son.
    The court also ordered him to provide his ex-wife with a car, a chauffeur and a housemaid as well as monthly child support and alimony, plus a permanent residence visa to take care of her Emirati son.

    The Dh40,000 the Emirati man collected is much less than what he had been ordered to pay the woman.
    Indeed, he was easily cheated.

    Emirati lawyer Ali Al Abadi clarified that he has handled tens of such cases across the country.
    Such cases usually end with a woman receiving a deferred dowry, while some others collect Muta'ah alimony along with a monthly alimony plus a house, a housemaid, and a chauffeur and a car.

    Al Abadi called upon Emirati youth to know their rights and not to go according to their feelings and desires as there are a lot of women who yearn for an easy catch which guarantees them a decent life in a country like the UAE.


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  • Falling victim to bogus marriage deals
    --------------------------------------------

    Today, Khaleej Times explores two separate issues facing Emirati society and the modern family nucleus in the UAE. In one article, we explore the issue of high numbers of Emirati men being lured — through money or trickery — into marrying foreign woman, who then use the marriages as a gravy train.
    In a separate story, a son who was taken away from his

    mother at a young age and neglected by his father is fighting to stop the courts from imposing mandatory monthly payments he must pay his reluctant parent.
    The man argues his father did not raise him properly, leaving him to seek out his mother -only to discover they did not speak the same language. Emirati youths are increas ingly falling victim to bo gus marriage deals pro posed by smart expatriate women to obtain a permanent residence visa or UAE passport in exchange for money -or even through a fake love story. In these instances, matters are complicated even further when the women have a child.
    Several lawyers who spoke to Khaleej Times have recounted the phenomenon, most of which follow similar lines.

    One such story involves a young Emirati man who travelled abroad, where he met a young woman working as a waitress in a restaurant. Upon discovering he was a UAE national, she proposed marriage for three annual installments of Dh20,000 so that she could obtain a residence visa.

    Initially, the naive young man agreed to the idea. He first consulted some friends if this marriage is legal under UAE laws or not and he was advised that the UAE authorities are keeping a watch on this kind of fictitious marriage, and he might risk two months' jail term and his “wife's“ deportation. When the Emirati man heard that, he rejected the woman's proposal.

    Not giving up as the dream to come to work in the UAE had obsessed her mind, the woman contacted the man again and asked him what would be the problem if the marriage would be real and it would not cost him a penny. She told him he would be, instead, paid Dh60,000 plus a friend he could sleep with without the compunction of committing a sin since she would be his legal wife under the Islamic laws too.

    She assured him that she would bear even the rent of where they would be living, and affirmed that after the deal expired, he could divorce her whenever he wanted after she could get a job to shift the residence visa on it.

    This was a deal he thought he could benefit from as he would get a friend to have unpaid sex with, as she would be his wife legally, although it would be a secret from his family. Adding to that, he would receive Dh20,000 every year. So how could one refuse such an attractive deal like that?
    They made the deal and the girl accompanied her husband after she paid him the first installment (Dh20,000) agreed upon. She lived with him for over a year and a half and did not ask him for any money. At the end of the first year of marriage, she paid him the second payment (Dh20,000).

    She tried all the time to conceive a baby from him which happened after that period of marriage. She kept this matter secret and did not inform him that she got pregnant. Then she told him that she did not love him anymore and sought divorce. Once she gave birth to the baby, the man divorced her, which is when the troubles began.

    In the beginning of the third year, the woman broke her words and did not pay him the last payment (Dh20,000).

    Moreover, she sued him for being the father of her child and she won a court ruling which ordered the man to pay his ex-wife the rent for a good house for her and her son. The court also ordered him to provide his ex-wife with a car, a chauffeur and a housemaid as well as monthly child support and alimony, plus a permanent residence visa to take care of her Emirati son.

    The Dh40,000 the Emirati man collected is much less than what he had been ordered to pay the woman. Indeed, he was easily cheated.

    Emirati lawyer Ali Al Abadi clarified that he has handled tens of such cases across the country. Such cases usually end with a woman receiving a deferred dowry, while some others collect Muta'ah alimony along with a monthly alimony plus a house, a housemaid, and a chauffeur and a car.

    Al Abadi called upon Emirati youth to know their rights and not to go according to their feelings and desires as there are a lot of women who yearn for an easy catch which guarantees them a decent life in a country like the UAE.

    malzarooni@khaleejtimes.com
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  • : MENGANTONGI PONSEL DI CELANA
    BISA BIKIN PRIA MANDUL ::
    Penyebab pria mandul sangat beragam
    mulai dari cemaran bisphenol A dalam
    struk belanja hingga suhu tinggi di
    sekitar buah zakar saat memangku
    laptop. Ponsel juga bisa jadi pemicu,
    terutama jika sering dikantongi di celana.
    Fakta ini terungkap dalam Fertility and
    Reproductive Medicine yang digelar di
    Dubai, Uni Emirat Arab baru-baru ini.
    Acara tersebut digelar oleh Lifeway
    Specialised Medical Centre dan diikuti
    sejumlah dokter ahli kesuburan dari
    berbagai negara. Dalam simposium tersebut
    terungkap,
    tingkat kesuburan pria dalam 60 tahun
    terakhir mengalami penurunan cukup
    tajam yakni sekitar 50 persen.
    Penyebabnya tak lain adalah gaya
    hidup moderen yang telah menggeser gaya
    hidup sehat warisan nenek
    moyang. Gaya hidup moderen menghasilkan
    banyak polusi berbahaya yang
    menurunkan kualitas sperma yang
    diproduksi oleh pria. Di antaranya
    adalah asap rokok, racun bisphenol A
    (BPA) dalam struk belanja dan plastik,
    pestisida dan asap kendaraan
    bermotor. Selain itu, ponsel juga dituding
    sebagai
    produk gaya hidup moderen yang
    menyebabkan banyak pria zaman
    sekarang menjadi mandul. Ketika
    dikantongi di celana, radiasi yang
    dipancarkannya konon bisa mempengaruhi
    produksi sperma. “Dibandingkan pada
    wanita,
    kesuburan pria lebih mudah
    terpengaruh oleh gelombang
    elektromagnet. Perbedaannya ada
    pada struktur organ reproduksinya,”
    ungkap peserta simposium, Dr Ashok
    Agarwal dari Cleveland Clinic seperti
    dikutip dari Khaleejtimes, Kamis
    (23/12/2010). Dr Ashok memperkirakan
    pertumbuhan pengguna ponsel di
    seluruh dunia mencapai 40 persen tiap
    tahunnya. Peningkatan tertinggi terjadi
    di negara-negara yang mengalami
    pertumbuhan ekonomi cukup pesat
    termasuk Uni Emirat Arab. Sedangkan faktor
    lain yang juga
    berpengaruh adalah obesitas yang
    makin hari makin banyak menyerang
    pria di seluruh dunia. Dr Ashok
    mengatakan peningkatan indeks
    massa tubuh berkaitan erat dengan
    penurunan kualitas sperma yang
    diproduksi oleh pria.
    entah benar atw tidak yg pasti mimin
    memberikan informasi
    kalianpercaya.....???
    "SMB II"
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  • :: MENGANTONGI PONSEL DI CELANA
    BISA BIKIN PRIA MANDUL ::
    Penyebab pria mandul sangat beragam
    mulai dari cemaran bisphenol A dalam
    struk belanja hingga suhu tinggi di
    sekitar buah zakar saat memangku
    laptop. Ponsel juga bisa jadi pemicu,
    terutama jika sering dikantongi di celana.
    Fakta ini terungkap dalam Fertility and
    Reproductive Medicine yang digelar di
    Dubai, Uni Emirat Arab baru-baru ini.
    Acara tersebut digelar oleh Lifeway
    Specialised Medical Centre dan diikuti
    sejumlah dokter ahli kesuburan dari berbagai
    negara. Dalam simposium tersebut terungkap,
    tingkat kesuburan pria dalam 60 tahun
    terakhir mengalami penurunan cukup
    tajam yakni sekitar 50 persen.
    Penyebabnya tak lain adalah gaya
    hidup moderen yang telah menggeser gaya
    hidup sehat warisan nenek
    moyang. Gaya hidup moderen menghasilkan
    banyak polusi berbahaya yang
    menurunkan kualitas sperma yang
    diproduksi oleh pria. Di antaranya
    adalah asap rokok, racun bisphenol A
    (BPA) dalam struk belanja dan plastik,
    pestisida dan asap kendaraan
    bermotor. Selain itu, ponsel juga dituding
    sebagai
    produk gaya hidup moderen yang
    menyebabkan banyak pria zaman
    sekarang menjadi mandul. Ketika
    dikantongi di celana, radiasi yang
    dipancarkannya konon bisa mempengaruhi
    produksi sperma. “Dibandingkan pada
    wanita,
    kesuburan pria lebih mudah
    terpengaruh oleh gelombang
    elektromagnet. Perbedaannya ada
    pada struktur organ reproduksinya,”
    ungkap peserta simposium, Dr Ashok Agarwal
    dari Cleveland Clinic seperti
    dikutip dari Khaleejtimes, Kamis
    (23/12/2010). Dr Ashok memperkirakan
    pertumbuhan pengguna ponsel di
    seluruh dunia mencapai 40 persen tiap
    tahunnya. Peningkatan tertinggi terjadi
    di negara-negara yang mengalami
    pertumbuhan ekonomi cukup pesat termasuk
    Uni Emirat Arab. Sedangkan faktor lain yang
    juga
    berpengaruh adalah obesitas yang
    makin hari makin banyak menyerang
    pria di seluruh dunia. Dr Ashok
    mengatakan peningkatan indeks
    massa tubuh berkaitan erat dengan
    penurunan kualitas sperma yang
    diproduksi oleh pria.
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