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The number of births per woman of child-bearing age has fallen from 7 in 1980 to 1.8 in 2014 - below Britain's fertility rate, for example, of 1.9.
Anything that brings young adults together in a controlled way, in line with Islamic principles, is welcome, especially as the regime has an official target to double Iran’s population to 150 million by 2050.
To avoid the persecution of the police young Iranians pull tricks like borrowing babies from relatives so that it would seem as though they were married.
They met four months ago and are desperate to get married. Their families must debate the level of the brideprice – or Mehrieh - before Zohre’s parents will give their final blessing.You’d need a good introduction though and internet dating is highly censored.Otherwise there may well be people who would love to marry a foreigner and escape Iran but in that case romance doesn’t come into it.There Ali Sabor, a professor of Islamic teaching, tells students: “Sexual desire must be controlled.The best way to fulfil your sexual needs is marriage.” Despite the disapproval of the authorities, more and more young Iranian couples are living together outside of marriage.Things are supposed to be a bit easier if a guy has a car but that’s a luxury beyond the means of most.One of the most common sounds you’ll hear in Iran is that of a frustrated young man’s sigh as he dreams of what must go in in California.Sex outside wedlock is illegal in Iran, but many young people are shunning the idea of getting married.As a result, the regime is worried about a steady fall in Iran’s fertility rate, which has now settled at Western levels.The Mehrieh is paid in gold coins to the bride’s parents.Zohre’s final price was 114 gold coins, amounting to roughly ,000, compared with the 14 coins originally offered by Ali’s family.