As he tells his story, he is sitting with friends on a seaside road in Muscat nicknamed Sharia Al Hub – Arabic for Love Street.The café-lined promenade is a popular place for dates, increasingly common in Oman as the Persian Gulf sultanate adjusts to four decades of oil-fuelled development. Marrying for love was rare just 20 years ago in Oman, a peaceful nation of four million that borders Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
More than a love marriage, young Omanis want a “compatible marriage,” al-Mahrooqi says.These relationships beyond the limits of Islam range from seemingly innocent friendships, to boyfriend-girlfriend relationships, all the way to the complete sexual relationship that has been made right by Allah only for those who are married to each other.Do you think Allah has said there should be virtually no relationship at all between unmarried males and females because He doesn’t want you to have fun? KATRINA: Probably I got a good beating once a year. KATRINA: Nine-carat tennis bracelets, limousine trips, a trip around the world, build any home I wanted. SCOTT ROSS (reporting): Katrina had it all, but at what price?
Katrinas new husband also showered her with fabulous gifts. He took me on the dance floor and literally swept me off my feet.