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Similar apps including Tango and Line are still available in the country.The service had been banned because it failed to “comply with regulations”, an official told local news services.Families are the foundation stone of Arab society, and so it follows that the Gulf region is extremely family-friendly.Make the expat move with a spouse and children in tow, and you’ll slot relatively easily into a life filled with play-dates and school runs, and make friends through both.It isn’t clear exactly why the features have been blocked in the country.But local reports have speculated that it is a way of protecting the revenues of traditional telecoms companies.However, given the Islamic faith of the Gulf states, the whole issue of dating is, inevitably, a tricky one.Extramarital sexual relationships are illegal in the region, and kissing in public can also land you in trouble. "It’s definitely safe to date, but avoid public displays of affection," advised financial risk manager and TV presenter Rachel Pether, who lives in Abu Dhabi.
"It’s a little like Groundhog Day – which one of the five bars shall we go to tonight? I heard one person saying to a complete stranger ‘I need some friends, I just got here, fancy going for a drink?
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