The complex path of drafting the Personal Status Code in Morocco and the different ways in which ulemas, Islamists and modernists have addressed the issue of “women’s liberation” reveal how the secular and the religious have shared out the space in Moroccan society, a case in point for understanding the dynamics established between Islam and modernity in Muslim-majority countries.
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