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Divorce has become a challenge in Iran

There is a big gap between the government's policy and the people's lifestyle in Iran when it comes to cohabitation constellations. The culture is changing, the divorces are increasing.

Of: Najmeh Mohammadkhani Divorce is not a culturally or socially accepted phenomenon in Iran, but its prevalence has changed people's attitudes to the extent that the "divorce ceremony" has become normal in some parts of the country. Every hour, there are 18 cases of divorce in Iran, and compared to 2013, the increase is 8,2 percent. One in five marriages ends in divorce. The average age of those who divorce is 25 years – 28 years for men and 23 years for women. Last year, the Minister of Justice stated that 14 million cases of divorce were being processed by Iranians. . .

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