Egypt: Divorced from justice?
Source:Al Ahram Weekly
In its first-ever report on personal status laws, Human Rights Watch (HRW) paints a bleak picture of women suffering under Egypt's divorce system. Gihan Shahine (Al Ahram Weekly) reviews the report and asks its author, Farida Deif, some tough questions.
Submitted on Wed, 12/29/2004 - 01:00
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