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The study also showed that 118 Saudi women married Pakistanis despite the social taboos over marrying non-Arabs.Dashnan, nevertheless, warns against the perils of intercultural marriage.“While marrying a non-Saudi man might be a dream come true for some Saudi women, there is economic uncertainty to take into account, not to mention the obstacles these women’s children will face within the social security system,” he said.Dashnan also warned women not to fall prey to men who are after their money.By contrast, women in Riyadh and other southern regions with deeper tribal routes are less prone to marrying outside their culture.Legal consultant Abdulaziz Dashnan said Kuwaiti men top the list of Gulf nationals married to Saudi women, according to a 2012 statistical study.