“Of course, of course, they are all related,” said Lofti, pointing out though that there are still no official statistics to support this correlation.“We receive many complaints from women who want a divorce because their husbands are meeting other women in chat rooms and cheating on their wives.”According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics, in 2007 an Egyptian couple files for divorce every six minutes, with a third of marriages in Egypt breaking up in the first year.Extra-marital sex is illegal in Egypt, where the constitution says Islamic law is the main source of legislation.Police say they are looking for others who participated in the sex acts.
The pair are said to have held at least three "swinger" parties at their home in Cairo, after soliciting other married couples over the internet.
The couple, who media reports say have children and used the aliases Magdy and Samira, face up to three years in prison if convicted of facilitating prostitution.
'Snooping' Egyptian media reported that the main suspect - a government employee - set up a website to promote wife swapping and posted ads in chat rooms linked to popular Arabic porn sites.
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I said I’d write about it eventually and here it is; forbidden love between a Middle Eastern girl with no English and a bloke from Australia learning Arabic, as well as the important lessons learned from the whole experience. At first there was nothing forbidden about it at all – we met, we did the right thing and approached her father for permission, he gave us the green light, preparations for the engagement ceremony were made – everything was perfect.