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The sex life of Arabs is terra incognita for scientists and policy makers. Shereen El Feki. El Feki, a Canadian-Egyptian immunologist University of Cambridge and award-winning journalist for The Economist and Al Jazeera, spent the past five years taking the temperature in bedrooms across the Arab world - a region spanning 22 countries and numbering million people, in which the only acceptable, socially acknowledged context for sex is marriage
In the past it has been part of the Ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Phoenician, Carthaginian, Mauritanian and Numidian civilizations and empires. Since the seventh century, the Arab Muslim civilization has dominated the region and has strongly impregnated many other local cultures and languages, including those of the Tamazight BerbersCopts, Nubians, Kurds, Assyrians, Aramaics, Somalis and Afars. The 22 modern-day countries which make up the region excluding Israel are all members of the Arab League.
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Yet a Pew Research Center survey found that 89 percent of Tunisians still consider sex outside of marriage "morally wrong. Many families and husbands expect brides to be virgins on their wedding night, and will shame or shun a woman they suspect of having had sex before getting married. This places an outsized importance on physical evidence of female virginity: the blood that sometimes appears when her hymen has been broken for the first time. People across the country still follow various wedding night traditions surrounding a bride's virginity, such as newlyweds presenting a bloodied sheet to their families, or the man lighting a candle that can be seen from outside and that indicates his wife bled when they had sex.