A snapshot of a Facebook page called “Syrian refugees for marriage” aims at promoting Syrian refugee brides.
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Facebook has closed down a page promoting Syrian refugee brides after receiving reports that the page was abusive, however, a similar page popped up shortly after.The original page showed photos of women under the description "Syrian refugees for marriage in Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Yemen, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates".The page said it aimed to help Arab men marry Syrian women who had fled their war-torn country. Activists were angered by the page and reported it to Facebook.
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