For example, draft legislation has also been introduced limiting a mother’s custody of her children upon divorce.
A bust of Nefertiti is one of the most iconic symbols of Egypt.
The current Egyptian Constitution states that, "All citizens are equal before the law.
Although marriages in ancient Egypt were arranged for communal stability and personal advancement, there is ample evidence that romantic love was as important to the people as it is to those in the present day. In this piece the speaker talks about his "sister" but this would not have been his actual blood relative.
In Egypt, arranged marriages are usually referred to as “salon marriages,” because couples usually meet for the first time in the sitting room of the bride’s house, under the supervision of her family.
In a culture where even premarital friendship between men and women can be frowned upon, salon marriages can be a way to satisfy family pressure to get married, while preserving one’s reputation.