Marriage

Fadia Abd Al-Hamid Al-Tai
“Suddenly, there was a newfound openness. People entered the era of the Internet, satellite channels and smartphones. Iraqi women began looking at the experiences of women in other parts of the world and tried to construct a new modern image for themselves. But this ran into a wall of tribal structures and the general misunderstanding of religion that has been there for centuries.”
Eman Adel
Statistics of the Egyptian Ministry of Justice indicate that 35% of women who were deprived of their inheritance were subjected to physical abuse, 15% to extortion, while the remaining 50% were forced to give up their rights due to blackmail or fear for family disputes. 
Rochine Hebbo
While the Women’s Law in northeastern Syria is hailed as an improvement, it has created a situation of legal duplicity and chaos for many women who are forced to enter lengthy and costly procedures to obtain their marriage or divorce papers. Not once, but twice.
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