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Women, Islam, and the Moroccan State: The Struggle over the Personal Status Law

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Abstract:

Since 1991, the status of women in Morocco has been the subject of widespread debate. Efforts by women's groups and liberal political forces to change the Shari'a-based Personal Status Code (moudawwana), were vigorously opposed by conservative and Islamist forces. For both sides, the issue was central to their overall orientations towards “tradition” and “modernity”. King Muhammad VI ultimately tipped the balance in favor of change. The resulting new Family Law may well mark a milestone in Moroccan society's evolution.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3751.59.3.13

Publication date: July 1, 2005

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