Damascus syria dating
At least 50 people have been killed in two strong explosions that ripped through the Syrian capital, Damascus, in the deadliest attack on the capital since the country's uprising began 14 months ago.The explosions heavily damaged a military intelligence building.The blasts happened at about am, when employees are usually arriving at work.No prospects: Ghoufran, 35, says even the young men who are still around aren't much of a prospect.Many are only teenagers, and much too young to be serious romantic prospects.
Countless young Syrian men, as a consequence, have been disappointed in love.
A taxi driver in Damascus – moonlighting from his university studies – explained that his own chance at marriage fell apart because of a dispute over the quality of the gold he bought his fiancé.'There was a problem about money.
Now his chief concern was the military service he'd have to do on the completion of his studies; like many he was studying, at least in part, to postpone the call up. 'One young man I know from Homs, who's also studying hard, was talking to a lovely woman on the Syrian coast on Facebook and Viber for many months with a view to marriage, but her father refused even to entertain the idea because he had no job.
Even before they'd got around to meeting, meet, the relationship fizzled,' he said.'People like who were born in the late 1980's or early 1990's', she's concluded, 'are a lost generation.
Maybe they finished studying, wanted to do something with their lives – and then along came the crisis.
Money, or the lack of it, is also a factor affecting marriage for women such as Ghoufran.