Monday, 23 April 2007

Libyan Matchmaking

I was contacted recently by a friend of mine in Libya who mentioned the possibility of opening a matchmaking agency in Libya who would be run as a non profit making business that would respect and follow Islamic teachings and Libyan values and would be there for the purpose of helping Libyan men & women to find a partner for marriage purposes and to help reduce the problems of high marriage costs that have probably caused so many Libyan people to keep off getting married, I myself have not got much idea about matchmaking agencies and the way they work but I do know that in London, some mosques offer this service where men and women that register can meet each other through the mosque and I do know of at least 2 successful marriages that came through this service.
What I really want is to test this issue here, your feed back can be very useful and very helpful, so please let me know what you think and I will pass your comments, positive & negative to the people concerned.
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Yesterday passed without me noticing,! I left Libya on 22 April 1980, that is 27 years ago, my God I must be so old :o)

50 comments:

ibeebarbie said...

Salam AngloLibyran,

Wow – 27 years old you embarked on a new journey in your life. Could you have ever imagined it would have turned out like it did?

I love the idea of creating avenues for like-minded people to connect whether it be marriage, philosophy, business, education, etc. I would be curious to know how your friends can make theirs standout differently than the many that are already in existence.

What I find most intriguing these days is how we either have difficulty connecting, financial struggles, fear of rejection or pain, either elevated divorce rates or isolation and yet more resources than ever to connect individuals. Why is that?

a_akak said...

Hi anglo

Hmmm you mean like "speed dating"? anyway personally i wouldnt go for something like this but if handled and conducted in the correct way it would be a very good idea....... but i am not 100% sure what "feedback" or help from us is needed? let me know and insha allah i will do what i can

PS: I will keep you in mind as at the moment i dont need it ;) but you never know :P

Fe Aman Allah

Trabilsia said...

Good post Anglo !
I hope this will work out to help all those in need of a better understanding towards a truthful commitment.
Marriages in Libya have become a hassle, and many complications occur which could've been avoided if a set plan were applied and stuck to.
Divorce rate is of an outstanding high due to lack of understanding.

Good job and may Allah bless you .

Anglo-Libyan said...

thanks ibeebarbie
I was 17 years old when I left Libya, so you can work out my age :o)
im not sure how to answer your question but I think people are still lonely and need someone close to them, a friend or a partner maybe.

Ahmed, no its not like speed dating :o)
this i where they match your details with someone sort of simillar to you and your requirements I think.
I do not know much but the feed back needed is if this is a good idea to have in Libya or not, things like that, thanks for your comment.

Trabilisia, thank you as usual for your support.
this is exactly some of the things I was told the matchmaking service would try to over come.

a_akak said...

lol, thats good :) although knowing libyans we will probably abuse something like this for alternate motives and with such sensitive information regarding females/girls it would be dangerous, however, as i said "if handled and conducted in the correct way it would be a very good idea"

Fe Aman Allah

Safia speaks said...

Hm I would probably not do this. The very idea of dating someone online is very alien to me, but I dunno why, because from a logical point of view this is as good a place to get married as when your mother takes care of things.
Once I browsed for fun on such a site, and when I found a man being married happily for 7 years, yet he still was looking for a second wife, I got a real negative attitude towards such online agencies.

My friend is trying to dind a man thru the Muslim Matriomonal Site Zawaj.dk and so far she has had no luck. Maybe it is because she is able to compare so many men from their profiles she never manages to pick anyone.
BTW, once people want to date at zawaj.dk the agency provides a third person to sit with them when they meet in public. Several couples have been married thru zawaj.dk - and if people like it, why not?!
Try looking how many Libyan men are roaming the dating agencies online, and you´d be surprised!

white african said...

you know what would be funny but kinda sad if the whole wasta thing infiltrated something like this, could you just imagine loooool.

if done correctly this could be really successful but at the same time there are certain stigmas and taboos attached to these projects (nothing wrong with the idea of this project just peoples mentality unfortunatly) so i guess what i'm saying is in the beginning maybe acknoweldging teh senstivity of such a topic and once the initial barriers and walls have been knocked down then i'm certain such a project will run itself of its feet.

alot of potential, will be interesting to see how this goes.

congrats on the 27 year anniversary, i pray that the next 27 years will be full of happiness inshallah wherever it may be that you live them :)

Living Away said...

i'm glad that you have this conection with brasil, sharing "birthdays"!

do you, yourself, have any vocation to be a matchmaker? i do. i have some friends that got married after i introduced themselves!
goodluck!

Anonymous said...

u know i think it is a gr8 idea but i dont think that as a libyan conservative society ppl would accept it even if it was according to islamic principles they're still not ready to that kind of change and im not saying all ppl but 90% of them wont get the concept of what ur trying to do here unfortunately this is our society and we need to accept it!

imagine a girl telling her mam about this matchmaking agency she'll go like "sheny teby el nas egolo 3lenah mesh lagyen rajel ya5ed bentna" :) lol right??

Lebeeya said...

Congrats on the anniversary! You left Libya 4 years before I was born :)

Anglo can you please forward my information below to your matchmaking friend. Thanks :D

Lebeeya

23/Female/Libyan seeking companionship for this life and the hereafter. Looking for a man who can sit, watch and admire her all day, laugh at her jokes even when they are not funny, tells her that she is always right, with a good build, and a sharp personality. Must know the "hokey pokey" dance and all the words to the classic children's jump rope song "Strawberry Shortcake." Ability to jump rope is a plus. Snorers will not be given priority.

Qualified candidates: please submit 5 full color photos from different angles, as well as a 2 page essay outlining how you plan on making me happy.

Anglo-Libyan said...

Safia, I am not sure how its going to work, if its going to be online or just an agency.
Muslim marriage agencies here in the UK work in the same way as yours. thanks for the infomation.

whiteafrican, I can indeed imagine WASTA taking over :o)
thanks for your kind comment.

living away, you know I remembered my 27th annversary as I was reading your post about Brasil's anniversary :o)
I would ot know where to start with matchmaking :o)

anonymous, all the points you make are valid but for so many unmarried people it might be a good idea.

Anglo-Libyan said...

Lebeeya you sneaked in!!
thanks for reminding me about my age :o)
why forward the information, you might meet your ideal partner here, I mean you are not asking for much are you? :o)
I thought the song was called The Hokey Kokey!

DaMoon said...

welcome back Anglo-Libyan enshghalt 3leek....
I'd have to agree with Ann. libyan mothers will freak da hell out..lol sheno begolo 3lina enas cuz that's what they care about "enas"
dunno wallahi I'll ask around and come back with more feedback
good luck

Anonymous said...

right c!! i told u so thaaaaaaaaaaaaanx damoon:)
that's our community although i dont live there my mom isnt libyan but i know how they think im trabilsia they're the most conservative strict (anti-"elnas galo") ppl in da world god!! but that's the way they r and we need to respect the life style they want to conserve

MaySoon said...

I would agree with you Anglo, for lots of single people it will seem like a good idea; however, I agree with Ahmed as well, as Libyans most probably will abuse the service and it's going to be a hell of a situation for females,

So it is a great idea, but is it going to work in Libya, I am not sure! :o)

Congratulations on 27th anniversary, you left few months before I was born :o)

a_akak said...

Lebeeya!!!! does that mean you have already turned down my offer :P

Jeeez, "lets do the hokey pokey and we turn around......" :P

lol

Anglo-Libyan said...

thanks Damoon :o)
look forward to more feedback from you.

maysoon, thanks for your kind comment and for rubbing it in :o)

it seems the majority agree that its a good idea but that it will get abused in Libya, why am I not surprised??

mani said...

Salam Anglo, all,

Happy Libya leaving anniversary! May we celebrate the anniversary of your return to Libya, the same number of years and more inshallah.

I think the idea your friend proposes about matchmaking is fantastic.

In light of your introduction and the comments of my fellow bloggers, please permit some observations first, then some suggestions of what a good service like this could look like :P.. ahem ahem..

1) If we were to consider this service, as a genuine and sincere approach at addressing some of the ills in our society, then we have to move away from the simple concept of ‘matchmaking’ very quickly to a more wholesome concept.
2) Remember, dating and matchmaking services in the west do not assume a moral code. As far as they are concerned, their job is to provide a commercially viable, hopefully profitable service to society by encouraging people to find profiles that match their interests.
3) If their matchmaking leads to marriage or not that is by no means a measure of success (indeed many cases show it helps divorce too), because the concept of a relationship is not confined to ‘marriage’, or even heterosexual relationships at that.
4) This is part of the answer to ibeebarbie’s question. You see, by encapsulating the individual and defining them by their characteristics, personal or physical, appeal is created for these means as ends to match people’s desires, about their ‘ideal’ partner.
5) People end up really searching for, finding and hating self-love, creating the symptoms so she eloquently describes of isolation etc. Its part and parcel of the hall mark contradictions of western civilisation, creating well-connected societies of isolated individuals.
6) An approach like this in our society, which has yet even to engage more basic western influence, would be catastrophic I think, with the likelihood of some of the abuses that Ahmed, WA and Maysoon brought up. If services become commodities rather than responsibilities, then our society will abuse them.. that’s a fact.. look what happened to the abuse of camera and video phones in Libya.

7) BUT! This need not deter us from exploring this issue further. Fully recognising the valid points brought up by Damoon and Anon, let me say that irrational social stigmas can be circumvented, and over time, slowly eroded..

8) For better or worse, the environment in Libya is changing (rapidly I think) and has adapted to a lot of foreign influence and attitudes through commodities and goods already so I see no reason to be pessimistic about another new project, like Trabilsia, white African and Ahmed said, if it were to be run successfully.. now we are faced with two questions…

a. What are the measures of ‘success’?.
b. What would this project look like and how would it operate?

in answer to the first question, I think that the real measure of the success of a project like this in Libya should be the extent to which it manages to erode deeply held social stigmas by creating an environment for sincere marriage seekers, and newly weds to become role models for their generation.

That is what is seriously lacking in Libya. Role models. There’s no body to be proud of and those that we are proud of either remain hidden or belong mostly to a generation the majority is feeling increasingly alienated from.

The success of a project like this can also be the extent to which it can empower its participants with the knowledge, understanding and respect for their persons, and give them access to an ‘environment of like-minded individuals’ as ibeebarbie says.

In many ways, a project like this would not have been possible a few years ago, but if Libya continues to promote free private enterprise, it is very likely that people will move beyond the traditional confines of ‘relationships’, become sophisticated in their lifestyles and explore new avenues to seek companions.

Therefore, a project like this is not only desirable, but desperately needed in the face of the corrupting onslaught of commodity and consumption fetish we see in Libya today, which could have a much more negative impact in the long term.

So consider this situation… the absence of role models, the gradual collapse of traditional marriage institutions and the steady increase of foreign influence through media and consumption culture… without this issue being addressed and a balance found for these negative forces, this issue will deteriorate further, with unpredictable multiple side effects too.

Before attempting to answer the second question, as to how it could be done we must remember that the opportunity afforded through free enterprise for a project of this type is new to Libya.

Being a business model, it doesn’t need to target all of society, just specific segments of the population, and this way stigma can be circumvented, hopefully long enough for the inertia to take care of itself.

This means that it needs to be open to some degree, yet restricted too, to focus on creating a vibrant and spiritually stimulating environment, empowering singles and couples to be role models for others.

The following three quotes, by ibeebarbie, trabilisia and white African inspired the answer to the second question.. I wont go in to it in detail.. just outline a an idea that is beginning to form in my head.

“creating avenues for like-minded people to connect whether it be marriage, philosophy, business, education, etc” ibeebarbie

“help all those in need of a better understanding towards a truthful commitment.”, trabilsia

“once the initial barriers and walls have been knocked down then i'm certain such a project will run itself of its feet.” White African.

I see it as a club in reality, with an online portal. Membership is not free so members profiles are not on public domain. 3 categories of members; singles, newlyweds, honorary guests & alumni. Singles and newlyweds targeted will be graduates/undergraduates, and professionals, all age groups. Singles should always be the larger portion of members. The online portal could very much resemble a photo community of members, photos also being optional. Profiles only include interests, hobbies, etc plus a blogging area for internally public interaction, etc. personal and contact details would not be provided also on this domain.

The reason behind omitting these data is to create the incentive for members to participate in the club activities and interact with each other, to get to know each other better. It is also a safeguard against possible abuse of the service. Finally, it establishes honesty as a main factor in membership, implicitly.

The club could meet 3 -4 times a week for example and hire designated venues. 1 day could also be in English, for those Libyans that would probably go for this service in the first place. All these events will incur additional costs which can be levied from members or sponsors, a lot of whom are searching for target markets like these in Libya. The most important thing however is the environment created and the combination of activities so for example the following;

- over/dinner discussions
- panel debates on relationship and marriage issues, dealing with social change, the principles of Islam etc.
- exhibitions and workshop areas of various members work’s hobbies interests (arts, writing, debates, seminars, video showings etc)
- mentoring and counselling volunteering by newlyweds and alumni
- evenings of entertainment
- im sure you could think of others

The bigger the stake the members have in the club, the better the results for morale, confidence and empowerment. Discussions, panel debates and workshops should all be designed to ensure maximum and widest contribution from members as possible. Once membership size grows, availability to attend events is on first come first served basis + rotation, so a fare chance is given to all members. It will also neatly manage to avoid very sensitive Islamic stigma as the club provides and protects a public sphere of interaction, while still safeguarding privacy. Other measures could be catered for on members wishes, such as familial companionship for example. Accommodating to some (not all) of these extra requirement is essential. If the project is perceived as regimented, that will not fit with the ‘flexible’ Libyan culture, and will be shunned and discredited quickly… if too flexible, it will be viewed as loose, and will also lose credibility as it may compromise the trust of members in the club.

Well.. like WA said.. once it gets off it’s feet…. The only thing that would probably stop it is a wasta..

Sorry for the length

a_akak said...
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a_akak said...

Mani, Good To See You Back To Your Best :P and I endeavoured to read it all

The beauty of these things is that you can agree to disagree while still agreeing on focal points.

I have taken a few points from mani’s reply to comment and seek clarifications about, As I said we agree and disagree at the same time.

First of all I would like to say to Anglo, My initial question was “Is this speed dating” and your answer was “no”, ok this sets the stage, from my very short life experience (hence VERY short) I don’t think the problem in libya is meeting the right person and the problem is not that people have any problems with meeting others (from opposite sex). The problem is much deeper and more complex in many way’s. I you ask a group of young men in libya between the ago of (25 -35) about marriage, what do you think the answer would be? I can assure you that 90% would say “Yes but I cant afford it” well do blame them? and if you don’t blame them who do you blame? With house prices rocketing and a meter of land in Tripoli cost way over 1000 LYD who can afford it? Especially with the super salaries we Libyans get……………….. I believe now it has become a fact that libya has one of the highest “3noosea” (i.e. ladies past mid-thirties and yet not married), so although I still stand by my first comment I would in libya the issue is not meeting people or making that connection.

Now, my brother Mani, I have picked a few line that I hope you can help me with:



“I think that the real measure of the success of a project like this in Libya should be the extent to which it manages to erode deeply held social stigmas”

My question would be, could you be more specific? As wouldn’t you say some stigmas are international? Even in the international seen (i.e. in the west), the likes of these ventures have raised many eye brows and still have a taboo element attached to it?


“the absence of role models, the gradual collapse of traditional marriage institutions and the steady increase of foreign influence through media and consumption culture”

I disagree with “the absence of role models” as that unfortunately is belittling the Libyan people as we have successful business men/women (see being politically correct) and very high calibre professionals in all fields for sciences, however, saying that a “role model” would differ from one person to anothor


“The online portal could very much resemble a photo community of members, photos also being optional”

I will give you a sick scenario that I know someone actually did, One friend will pay a membership and then distribute his username/password to his friends, a second one (from the same person) after obtaining a membership he downloads all the pictures in his mobile and guess what? Bluetooth takes its role in the Libyan society. So You would ask the question where was this done? In Newcastle a few years ago something similar to this was done and who infiltrated it? yes the Libyans


“It will also neatly manage to avoid very sensitive Islamic stigma as the club provides and protects a public sphere of interaction, while still safeguarding privacy”

Just seeking clarification for this one :)

Wow, I must be catching what Mani has :P as i actually cut out a few things

Anyway, Take Care & Fe Aman Allah

Anglo-Libyan said...

mani (thanks for the kind comment)& Ahmed, thank you both for this feedback, it sure is good and I hope all of your points are taken into account, I myself can not comment on this subject as I do not live in Libya althoughI do know the mentality.

mani said...
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mani said...

Salam

You’re welcome 3ammu :)

Thanks Ahmad too for your welcome. Would like to answer ur questions,and maybe throw some more in.

o The problems of marriage in Libya are so many and attempting to tackle them in one venture is foolhardy. When marriage is a problem because people cannot afford it, that’s one problem, and other solutions rather than an ‘agency’ of this type could target them (more economic empowerment than anything else, e.g housing solutions).

o The idea we propose targets the specific issue of bringing like minded people together and giving them a chance to explore, engage with and help shape marriage issues in society more effectively. Its not just about starting marriage, but helping the address MAINTAINING marriage too (divorce rates, not only 3onoosa rates, are high too), by bringing in the articulate perspectives of married couples and singles on a platform of understanding. Once they know they are part of a community that shares their commitments , this gives people some much needed confidence when engaging themselves and society with these issues.

o By deeply held social stigmas I did not mean the stigma against an ‘agency’ or club of this form. In the west they are now pretty much part of life, regardless of some taboo’s. in Libya too it could be popular quickly if risks were mitigated effectively. The stigma’s I was referring to are much deeper and represent things like:

- Traditional rejection of cross-cultural marriage.

- Deep seated prejudices against the empowerment of women in the household, workplace and society.
- Superficial understanding of true Islamic mannerisms of relationships, largely due to their abcense in the social life. They remain, for a lot , just a set of cultural fads and pronunciations, hiding beneath this mask a sea of uncertainty and confusion. .. It would be really good to see what other stigmas bloggers could bring up.

o Well Ahmed Im sorry I hurt ur sensitive pc ears (LOL) but I do think there is an abcense of role models. Of course I am talking about YOUNG generation role models, who are part of the rising populations of Libyans (80% population 35 & under). Libyans don’t need me to belittle them I assure you, its pretty much culture back home for everyone to belittle everyone else. I gave two exceptions which some of ur business role models could fit into I am sure. I meant role models in a sense which marriage seekers could look up to, and that needs a specific environment for these kinds of role models to flower. High calibre professionals do not necessarily correlate to high calibre relationship material :P

o The risk of photo abuse is a huge problem yes this is why I don’t see photos happening on the portal quickly, although it could definately pick up once members get to know each other better and participate in the events. Photos don’t even matter for me though if someone has the chance of seeing this person at an event. In fact it would mitigate this risk of abuse while creating more incentive for the honest seeker to participate in the club’s events which means a process of building confidence in one’s personality. It would be fruitless for anyone to get hold of the profiles if they used a separate nick, did not have their contact details there, especially when you can probably have a much easier chance of abusing the university rather than this. Remember also that it wont be marketed publicly on masse. Technically the password/login thing can also be mitigated by limiting access of subscriber to one or two machines only for a certain period until they attend say, 5-6 events. other limiting and restricting technques are ways of more critically targeting a specific segment of the population, which would take the focus of a much larger portion, even if they got to know about it. it may repel some of the more liberal but thats probably a good step initially, as I do'nt think we should compromise the sanctity of privacy and trust for ease of access to our members. regimentation can be defended on these grounds and I think this would be a plus for many who consider using a service like this from our culture.

o By the sensitive Islamic stigma I mean one held by the conservative community which dictates that this club promotes free and liberal ‘mixing’ for example. We are all for mixing ,but in an environment we can manipulate positively, and govern properly so that members benefit rather than lose out. The universities for example are environments for mixing but look what happens there… and many other stigmas are the results of specifically the abuse of public spheres of interaction, like the university. We wish to remedy this.

Hope that helps.. really do look foreward to reading bloggers opinions on this.. we could be not far off a practical idea

mani said...

another thought just popped to mind. if the targeted community grew to a good number and the marketing managed effectively, then we can introdce a solution for marriage, so we can have some corporate, or company sponsoring a wedding for example every month, or even 4 times a year only for example through this agency.

a_akak said...

Mani, you seem to be on the ball today :)

Again, I think we agree on most of the points, just in different ways and looking at the same problem but at different angles, anyway, I have something’s I would like to add……..Don’t worry will be very quick :P

Lets Start

- “more economic empowerment than anything else, e.g housing solutions”

You hit the focal point, I totally 100% agree with this, but this would need huge financial commitment by some investor/government agency


- Divorce rates, not only 3onoosa rates, are high too

Based of latest statistics, I can strongly say that libya has one of the lowest divorce rates in the world (www.mapsofworld.com) and we have the lowest among the Arab countries (www.nationmaster.com). Now going back to the 3onoosea we apparently have the one of highest among the arab world (www.aljazeera.com)



- High calibre professionals do not necessarily correlate to high calibre relationship material

I doubt anyone can make that assumption? An I ended my last sentence be saying “role model” would differ from one person to another” and I was not relating it to the marriage issue as I doubt anyone can prescribe the correct formula for a successful marriage

- Technically the password/login thing can also be mitigated by limiting access

There is a saying “Al-khanab e3’lab al-3sas” and that is very true when it comes to PC security in all ways and forms

Hay Mani have you noticed that we are fine tuning the points as they seems to be getting lower so insha allah after a few posts we should agree, we will make a deal :P

mani said...

Salam Ahmed,

Yes you are right we are doing some fine tuning :P. I really do wish more bloggers would comment on this though it is a serious subject.

As for the housing solutions these can only be coordinaed at a national level, until the civil society in Libya is upgraded enough to run its own charities and NGOs which are currently not possible to have in Libya, politically. The Gov is supposedly investing a lot into new housing projects, and although I am not holding my breath, its at least a new start in more positive times. The mentality of many though still rob and steal when they get access to governmnt money either as loans, mortgages or subsidies for public funds and that’s a real shame. Like I said before, this club could indirectly provide the impetus for projects like these to become socially accepted by using corporate sponsorship and utilising the new tools of free enterprise.

Ok, your statistics are comforting but could be misleading. Libya’s statistical information structure is about 20 years old and lacks some basic accounting procedures. Neither are ranks important or even informative cause the rates are compared Basically the info is not really reliable out of Libya and we all know that’s true. A better way to really gauge the truth of the matter is to actually listen to the grievances of men, women ,families and singles, and it seems to me unanimous in Libya that getting married and staying married is becoming a big problem, and looks to get bigger.

You are right we are not in the business of prescribing marriage formulas.. just helping people work out their own. By saying they do not correlate I just wished to unbind them. There are some hidden role model couples, families and singles in Libya who are not high end calibre professionals, the same as there is 3noosa, divorce and other relationship problems for these ‘high’ classes.

As for the thief who beats the guard.. well.. make sure you treat ur guard well so he doesn't sleep….

What u think??… what do other think to?

Trabilsia said...

When teaching speaking I tend to bring in topics the trainees would be more familiar with thus the Libyan weddings ,and finding the right partner are nearly always ranked highest on the agenda!!!
I hear from both sides the ladies and gents and ask them to describe what theyd expect their partners to be. You'd be amazed at the responses !The bell rings and the topic still goes on .....LOL
Keep it up Anglo !
May Allah bless you!

BuJ said...

man, the comments are WAY too long for me to read at 11.40pm!!! but one thing i can say. is happy british anniversarry :)

Anglo-Libyan said...

thanks Buj, that was nice & funny :o)

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