Egypt: Women between Islamic Shari’a and personal status laws
Source:The Egyptian Center for Women's Rights
This paper by Nehad Abu El-Komsan covers issues such as divorce, inheritance, travel abroad, 'orfi' marriages and the role of the Family Court. It includes case studies and an analysis of the recent amendments to the Personal Status Law.
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Submitted on Fri, 12/09/2005 - 01:00
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