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TITLE INFORMATION


Author: Amira Sonbol

Title: Rape and Law in Ottoman and Modern Egypt

Subtitle: -

In: Women in the Ottoman Empire: Middle Eastern Women in the Early Modern Era

Edited by: Madeline C. Zilfi

Place: Leiden, New York, and Cologne

Publisher: Brill

Year: 1997

Pages: 214-231

Series: The Ottoman Empire and Its Heritage 10

ISBN-10: 9004108041 – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 19th Century, 20th Century | African History: Egyptian History | Prosecution: Laws / Islamic Law



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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Author: Amira E. Sonbol, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown UniversityAcademia.edu

Contents:

  Rape in Islamic Law (p. 215)
  Rape and Shari'ah Courts in Ottoman Egypt (p. 219)
  Conclusions (p. 229)
  Bibliography (p. 231)
    Archival Sources (p. 231)
    Published Sources (p. 231)

Reviews:

Brummett, Palmira. International Journal of Middle East Studies 31(2) (May 1999): 304-307. – Full Text: Cambridge University Press (Restricted Access), JSTOR (Restricted Access)

Wikipedia: History of Africa: History of Egypt / Egypt Eyalet, History of modern Egypt | History of Asia: History of Turkey / History of the Ottoman Empire | Law: Sharia