Tunisia – Ban On Muslim Women Marrying Non-Muslims Has Been Lifted

View of Sidi Bou Said port. Northern Tunisia, Mediterranean Sea, Northern Africa
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Tunisia has abolished a decades-old ban on Muslim women marrying non-Muslims as the president seeks to secure equal rights for the country’s female population. “Congratulations to the women of Tunisia for the enshrinement of the right to the freedom to choose one’s spouse,” presidency spokeswoman Saida Garrach wrote on Facebook on Thursday. The announcement came a…


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