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Although Iranian tourism revolves mainly around package tours of holy shrines and historic sites, it has expanded into morally questionable areas in recent years.Research has shown that many Iraqi pilgrims choose specific destinations where they know in advance that they would be able to perform as “an effective solution to young people’s sexual urges.” Mr."People see these videos as just more proof of government officials' hypocrisy," the anonymous journalist added."These men have the right to have sexual relations, of course, and most people don’t really care who they do it with … 4, depicts a former provincial governor Ali Mohammad Ahmadi having sex with a woman not his wife, according to France 24.
Though they are yet to become legal, chastity or morality houses are religiously sanctioned establishments that enable couples to engage in intimate relationships by performing (temporary marriage).
They describe their loving and civil partnership as a “white marriage.” They prefer to be punished by the authorities for having a sexual relationship outside of marriage, rather than hiding behind a hypocritical has become part of the so-called “halal tourism.” Many Iranian travel websites describe halal tourism as “ a subcategory of tourism which provides services to Muslim families who abide by the rules of Islam.” The regime actively promotes the idea to encourage male tourists from Islamic countries to visit Iran.
Khabaronline News Agency recently reported: “While reputable hotels in Iran refuse to accept married couples of mixed nationalities [an Iranian wife and a foreign husband] as guests, Iraqi visitors, particularly men, are routinely accepted at unlicensed guesthouses.” The report added: “According to government sources there are 5,000 such guesthouses in the country.” Mohammad Ghanaifar, the head of the Hoteliers Association, has confirmed that male pilgrims from Arab countries frequently visit chastity houses.
It’s not just Iranian culture – this mindset is evident in a lot of other countries, too.
A lot of the countries in the Middle East, North Africa…