Traditionally, the death of a relative prevents you from having a wedding party until a year has passed.
All of this has directly and indirectly affected marriage in Iraq, especially in Baghdad.” In the middle of my conversation with the judge, loud sounds of cheering came from outside — the youth have arrived!
Moreover, religious authorities, both Sunni and Shiite, do not ban mixed marriages.
Touring the different areas of Baghdad, I talked to 66-year-old Ahmed, who worked on the railways for 32 years.
Rather, it relied on educated people and school graduates to fill government positions.” His father is an example of such a history.