The RAND Corporation has launched an Arabic-language website to bring its research reports to the Arabic-speaking world.
Plans call for the website, org/ar, to include more than 200 RAND reports translated into Arabic over the coming years.
But, of course, as the Love Crosses Borders community we will continue to try to provide support to people from all over the world seeking international friendships and interracial love.
The goal of the project is to share the findings of RAND research and analysis with key policymakers and the general public in the Middle East.
RAND's research and analysis will help leaders in the region make more-informed decisions around key areas that are affecting citizens.
For many years the subject of black and white mixed and other bi-racial or interracial marriages and unions was taboo and highly discouraged on both sides.
Many persons attracted to persons of a different race or culture felt forced to date exclusively within their own race based on the insistence of others. Several surveys conducted in the past years show an increase in the number of mixed-race and interracial relationships and marriages in several countries worldwide.
With the advancement of internet-technology now being available in every possible region, more and more singles, widows and divorcees are looking for love in other cultures and ethnicities and finding it there.
Love Crosses Borders has created this online dating platform as a way of making it easier for persons of various race, ethnicity and cultures to form lasting relationships hopefully resulting in long term commitment and marriage.Unlike other websites about dating, Love Crosses Borders originated from a very thriving multicultural Facebook page, with dating and married interracial couples, mixed race and biracial families from all over the world.This website was created per the request of the thousands of singles which include Asian, African, Arabic, Caribbean, European, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, North and South American, Oceanian, Australian, Indian, Chinese and many more men and women, black, white, Asian, Latinas and Latinos and all other shades and colors, who complained to us that dating sites which claimed to be interracial sites in fact weren't - just merely affiliates from other sites, with the same stock type photos - and they were frustrated and on the other hand encouraged by the thousands of multi-cultural family pictures on our Love Crosses Borders Facebook page."Arabic (arabiyyah; less formally: arabi) is a Central Semitic language, thus related to and classified alongside other Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Aramaic.In terms of speakers, Arabic is the largest member of the Semitic language family.Love is not based on race, culture, class or where you were born.