Title Egypt: 1. Please provide information about how marriages between Coptic Orthodox and other Christian denominations are viewed generally; also marriages between a Copt and a foreigner. 2. Are marriages recognised by the Coptic Church? If not, what are the legal consequences of this lack of recognition? 3. Is there any evidence of honour killings being carried out in Upper Egypt in d circumstances where a male marries without his family's consent when a marriage has already been arranged for him? 4. Would the police provide protection in such circumstances?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 22 March 2011
Country Egypt
Topics Christian | Copts | Forced marriage | Honour killings | Muslim | Police
Citation / Document Symbol EGY38455
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Egypt: 1. Please provide information about how marriages between Coptic Orthodox and other Christian denominations are viewed generally; also marriages between a Copt and a foreigner. 2. Are marriages recognised by the Coptic Church? If not, what are the legal consequences of this lack of recognition? 3. Is there any evidence of honour killings being carried out in Upper Egypt in d circumstances where a male marries without his family's consent when a marriage has already been arranged for him? 4. Would the police provide protection in such circumstances? , 22 March 2011, EGY38455, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f421be52.html [accessed 21 September 2014]
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