By Suad Joseph, Afsaneh Najmabadi
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For example, in 1993, after there was a highly publicized case of a center for abandoned babies allegedly selling them, Morocco made it a crime to abandon a child, and set up a special procedure that a woman must follow to give up her child. Obviously, few women feel comfortable meeting with a state bureaucrat to discuss their need to abandon a child because of poverty or an illicit relationship. Consequently, more Moroccan women have resorted to infanticide, abortions, or secret adoptions since this law was established (Bargach 2002, 38–41).
This is despite the prohibition of marriage before maturity (Thomson 2000, 238). The new bride, whose mouth was covered, could not speak or eat in the presence of her husband’s family. She could speak only to and through children. The rule against speaking was often relaxed after the first child was born, but even then she spoke only when spoken to (Villa and Matossian 1982, 92, Wallis 1923, 582–3). Women’s dress and behavior, including segregation during mealtimes and church services, remained basically unchanged in the rural Iranian-Armenian communities until the mid-twentieth century although here, as with other aspects of women’s lives, regional and even familial variations existed (Berberian 2000, 75, Villa and Matossian 1982, 93–5).
Very often they were treated like domestic slaves or servants. This policy formed an example for later governments. During the succession of wars from 1911 to 1922, internal conflicts and mass migration resulted in the emergence of thousands of orphans in need of protection. While boys were sent to boarding schools, the military, or to workshops as apprentices, girls were made servants to urban Muslim families where they would be called evlatlık. The republican government abolished Islamic law and promulgated an adjusted Swiss Civil Code in 1926.
Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Vol. 2: Family, Law and Politics (Encyclopaedia of Women and Islamic Cultures) by Suad Joseph, Afsaneh Najmabadi