Getting married is the most important event in a Jordanian's lifetime, Cheap Jordan Shoes, and weddings are major social events. Weddings are grand affairs, and, in terms of cost, they are second only to buying a home. As a result, many Jordanian men from low-and middle-income families do not marry until they reach their thirties because they cannot afford to marry sooner. Traditionally, however, Jordanians get married when they are in their twenties.
Most couples meet through family introductions. Meetings are usually arranged by the female members of the bride's or groom's families. At the time of marriage, the bride receives a mohr (MA-hurr), or dowry, from the groom. The woman can spend, save, or remit the dowry as she chooses. The amount set for the mahr varies according to family circumstances. www.newjordanstrade.com
Islam is the official religion of Jordan. Ninety-two percent of the population belongs to the Sunni branch of Islam, but the country also has a small number of Shi'ite Muslims. All Muslims believe in one God — Allah — and that Muhammad was his prophet. Unlike Shi'ite Muslims who regard Muhammad's direct descendants as the only legitimate leaders of the Islamic world, Sunni Muslims accept other claims to leadership.
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