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    A psychological expert talks about the "biggest cancer" in Iraqi society and calls for imposing fine

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    A psychological expert talks about the "biggest cancer" in Iraqi society and calls for imposing fine Empty A psychological expert talks about the "biggest cancer" in Iraqi society and calls for imposing fine

    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Jun 2024, 4:46 am

    A psychological expert talks about the "biggest cancer" in Iraqi society and calls for imposing fines
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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad
    Today, Monday (June 17, 2024), expert in the field of psychology, Ali Laith, revealed what he called “the biggest cancer” in Iraqi society.
    Laith told "Baghdad Today", "Illicit relationships between married couples exist in alarming proportions, but they are higher among men. As for women, married women hold the largest share compared to unmarried women, through an objective reading of a phenomenon that is rejected in all directions."
    He added, "Unfortunately, social media sites with all their addresses have given excessive freedom without any restrictions to all groups, and you can enter any world with the push of a button," pointing out, "The misuse of these sites is what created for us the Great Satan," referring to abnormal social phenomena and ways to promote them. ".
    Laith pointed out that “the psychological dimension of any human being is that he has two personalities, the first is apparent and the other is hidden, and the latter is the one that shows his essence, and some of them play a negative role and the other shows the opposite of their reality, but social networking sites allowed them to come out of their silence and reveal their components, but those who were raised in a correct position remain in a role.” Resistant and away from any slippers.
    He continued, "Social media sites must have laws that impose financial penalties against those who offend society and attempt to spread moral acts or destroy its principles," pointing out that "the presence of red flags is important because it is not reasonable to remain silent about the existence of sites that openly promote immoral acts in front of young people." Young teenagers and even adults.
    It is noteworthy that Iraq ranked eighth in the number of divorce cases in the Arab region with a rate of 22.7%, according to the Strategic Center for Human Rights, which called on the government and parliament to take urgent measures. 
    The head of the center, Fadel Al-Gharawi, confirmed in a statement received by “Baghdad Today”, on (April 7, 2024), that “the divorce rate has risen frighteningly in the last three years and is now threatening the family and society.” 
    He added, "The Arab countries recorded large numbers in the number of divorce cases, and the first place in divorce rates was for Kuwait, with 48% of the total number of marriages, according to statistics published by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Justice, and in second place was Egypt with 40% according to statistics from the Egyptian Ministry of Justice." ".
    He continued, "As for third and fourth place, we find that both Jordan and Qatar have increased their divorce rates to 37.2% and 37%, respectively, while Lebanon and the Emirates are equal in their divorce rates. The percentage in each of them has risen to 34%, followed by all of them." From Sudan by 30%, Iraq by 22.7%, according to the statistics of the Judicial Council, then Saudi Arabia by 21.5. 
    Al-Gharawi explained, “The year 2022 and 2023 witnessed the recording of 143,000 divorce cases in Iraq, and the Iraqi courts recorded divorce statistics for the month of January 2024 amounting to more than 7,000 cases throughout Iraq. According to the statistics published by the Judicial Council, the cases of separation by judicial ruling were 1,843.” While the number of cases of external divorce certification was 5610. 
    He pointed out that "the most important reasons for the increase in divorce cases are the lack of marital culture and lack of understanding between spouses, as well as domestic violence, interventions by family and friends, early marriage, economic conditions, high rates of marital infidelity, poor use of means of communication, weak religious faith, and multiple marriages." 
    Al-Gharawi called on "the government and Parliament to take urgent measures to reduce the rise in divorce cases through economic initiatives, providing job opportunities, and providing free housing units to newly married couples with interest-free loans." 
    He also called for "launching a religious, cultural and media awareness campaign to educate married couples about the importance of the family and its role in building society."
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